Government

CITY OF LITTLE FALLS – 3 of 3 precincts LITTLE FALLS MAYOR Robin Hensel – 94 votes (.89%) Incumbent Cathy VanRisseghem – 531 votes (16.30%) Greg Zylka – 2,631 votes (80.76%) LITTLE FALLS COUNCIL MEMBER AT LARGE Incumbent Brian-Paul K. Crowder – 409 votes (12.91%) Brad Hircock – 1,878 votes (59.34%) Urban L. Otremba – […]

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HILLMAN TOWNSHIP SUPERVISOR SEAT A Incumbent Harry M. McDonald – 68 votes (100%) HILLMAN TOWNSHIP SUPERVISOR SEAT B Incumbent Tom Stangl – 68 votes (100%) HILLMAN TOWNSHIP TREASURER Incumbent Loren Tomala – 69 votes (100%) MORRILL TOWNSHIP TOWN SUPERVISOR SEAT A Incumbent Ron Beack – 176 votes (98.88%) MORRILL TOWNSHIP TOWN SUPERVISOR SEAT B Incumbent Edward […]

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Morrison County residents, who have not already voted by absentee ballot, can cast their ballot Tuesday, at their appointed polling place. Except for Lakin and Pulaski Township, where polls will be open from 10 a.m. – 8 p.m., polls in other locations in the county will be open from 7 a.m. – 8 p.m. Polling […]

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By Jim Wright, Correspondent Changes to the rules governing the use of recreational trails were previewed by the County Board of Commissioners, Tuesday. Steve Backowski, the county’s public works director, said the changes are minor things, one being to allow the use of “fat-tire” bikes on the trails during the winter, with the remainder being wording […]

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By Jim Wright, Correspondent Morrison County Social Services Director Brad Vold asked the County Board of Commissioners for help, due to a huge workload increase. He asked to hire two workers. “We did not add staff when the health care law was enacted, but we have 2,200 more cases now than a year ago,” Vold said. […]

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By Jim Wright, Correspondent “We prevailed in a litigation that saved the county taxpayers about $200,000 over the life of the claim,” County Administrator Deb Gruber told the County Board Tuesday. A Public Employment Retirement Association (PERA) medical insurance determination, made in favor of a former employee, was overturned by the court. “The intent of the […]

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By Terry Lehrke, News Editor Golf cart paths will be paved on three holes at the Pierz Golf Course this fall. The City Council approved Tri-City Paving’s bid of $7,200 to pave cart paths on holes 8, 3 and 4. It was noted the work needed to be done this fall and before the installation of […]

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Ron Kresha • House District 9B • GOP Incumbent Introduction: I’m married to my wife, Wendy, with one son and four daughters. We attend Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Little Falls and have been active volunteers in the community. I was in education for 10 years, later co-founded Atomic Learning and most recently I work in rural […]

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Open forum to be aired live on Pierz Local Access Channel 10 By Terry Lehrke, News Editor Pierz Healy High civics class students will facilitate a candidate forum from 6 p.m. – 7 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 22, at Pierz City Hall. A meet and greet will be held just prior to the forum. Residents are invited […]

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