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  • Public Health Logo

    For several years, three local counties have worked together to provide public health services. The Stevens-Traverse-Grant Public Health team–or STG–has been working on expanding, bringing a wider variety of services from two additional counties. Those counties are Douglas and …

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    06 Jul 12
  • Le Homme Dieu

    Eurasian water milfoil has been discovered growing in Lake Le Homme Dieu near Alexandria in Douglas County, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. A small patch of the non-native, invasive aquatic plant was …

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    03 Jul 12
  • Morris Police1

    The Morris Police Department will be increasing their speed patrols during the holiday weekend and throughout the month of July. The safety push is part of a statewide campaign coordinated by the Minnesota Department of …

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    03 Jul 12
  • Hancock School

    The Hancock School celebrates 140 years of education this year, and current students and alumni are marking the event with an all-school reunion. The celebration will coincide with the town’s annual weekend of events, culminating …

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    02 Jul 12
  • Wendell

    Wendell, a town of 167 people in Grant County , will celebrate their 125th year this coming weekend. The town’s celebration will run from Friday, July 6 through Sunday, July 9. On Friday night, a …

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    02 Jul 12
  • Household Chemicals

    Cleaning out your garage or basement and wondering what to do with those cans of unusable paints, stains and varnishes? Get rid of them free of charge on Wednesday, July 18th from 10 a.m. to …

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    02 Jul 12
  • Bloodmobile

    The American Red Cross will be in Morris tomorrow (Tuesday), collecting donations to shore up their waning supplies. The Bloodmobile will be on the UMM campus on Tuesday from 12:30-6:30 p.m. To make a donation, …

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    02 Jul 12
  • Stevens County Board

    The Stevens County Board of Commissioners will vote on a final payment for a large culvert, classified as a bridge, this week at their regular board meeting. The low bidder, Riley Brothers Construction, had bid …

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    02 Jul 12