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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer Just out of nursing school in 1992, Bonnie Paulsen started working for Morrison County Public Health. It was her first job. Today she is saying her goodbyes to coworkers and friends as she takes a position as administrator of Bloomington Public Health which also provides...Read More
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She will be honored at a banquet Friday, May 2  By Tina Snell, Staff Writer Aeron Baum was recently named Morrison County’s Child Care Provider of the Year. This is the second time she has received the honor; the first in 1999. “I love children,” she said. “I work with kids at church and a...Read More
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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer Marvin Hoheisel, owner and broker with Century 21 New Horizons Realty, also owns Hoheisel Auctioneering Service. He said it’s a great fit. “I have been a broker since 1982 and at that time I began seeing a trend in auctioning real estate along with personal property,...Read More
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by Jennie Zeitler, Staff Write Amid the constant changes of the health insurance industry, the Upsala School Board has made some changes to employee health care compensation. Following a presentation by John Holthaus of Primary Benefit Services in Little Falls and Rudy Allebach of HR Simplified in M...Read More
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by Jennie Zeitler, Staff Writer After 28 years of dedicated work on behalf of the veterans of Morrison County and the surrounding area, Veterans Services Officer (VSO) Paul Froncak will be retiring, effective June 6. Froncak addressed the County Board Tuesday regarding possible changes to the classi...Read More
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All Royalton after-school activities are cancelled because of the weather conditions. This cancellation includes all varsity-level sports. The middle and high school choir concert is rescheduled to Monday, March 31. MAP will remain open until 6 p.m....Read More
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Andrew Wright utilizing wood, solar and wind energy sources by Jennie Zeitler, Staff Writer When Andrew Wright first began looking for property north of the Twin Cities, the structure he had in mind to build on it was a two-car garage with an apartment above. What happened next is not anything like...Read More
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by Jennie Zeitler, Staff Writer Frozen drainage pipes were the cause of recent water issues at Royalton High School, causing meltwater to back up on the roof and invade a school hallway, March 10. “The water was supposed to run down a pipe in the wall, but was seeping out of plates in the hallway ...Read More
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