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  • Swift County Fair logo

    It’s Entry Day at the Swift County Fair in Appleton, with Open Class, Horticulture and FFA Exhibits being processed from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m..   An Open Beef show will be held 12:30 p.m., which is also …

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    15 Aug 18
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    The garden is planted, now what? You can keep your flower garden healthy by following routine maintenance practices that will be discussed during this month’s “Come Grow With Us” series at the West Central Research …

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    15 Aug 18
  • MN DOT

    The Minnesota Department of Transportation has reopened Highway 29 south in the city of Benson. The roadway was temporarily closed after an underground gas line ruptured south of the southern junction of US 12 and Highway …

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    15 Aug 18
  • KMRS LOGO BLUE

    A number of County election results are in from yesterday’s elections. In Stevens County, the top 2 vote getters for the District 5 County Commissioner race were incumbent Phil Gausman with 55% of the vote and Neil …

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    15 Aug 18
  • city council

    (Pay Increase) 8/14             Morris City Council Members also approved a First Reading of a proposed $500 annual increase in the pay given to the Mayor and to City Council members. Pay has not increased since …

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    14 Aug 18
  • Morris Police

    (Body Cam Audit) 8/14             A required audit of the Morris Police Department’s Body Cam system was approved at last night’s Morris City Council meeting. Police Chief Ross Tiegs noted the audit is required every two years.             The …

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    14 Aug 18
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                Three people were injured in a six-vehicle crash on I-94, near Brandon.             A Ford F150 and Trailer were eastbound on Interstate 94 when the trailer blew a tire and pulled over. …

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    14 Aug 18
  • Chamber

                After many years as a summer celebration, the Morris Area Chamber of Commerce will be moving the annual Prairie Pioneer Days festival to September starting in 2019. The move …

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    14 Aug 18