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  • Increased EMS Training

    More EMT’s are turning out across the region, and many of them are being trained by the Stevens County Ambulance Service. Director of the ambulance services, Joshua Fischer, recently released final counts for 2011. In …

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    01 Feb 12
  • Clinton’s Arctic Open

    The rough on the golf course will be snow–at least out on an icy golf course. The 33rd annual Arctic Open golf tournament is just 10 days away. This year, the Clinton Community Service Club …

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    01 Feb 12
  • High School Drug Use

    According to the last self-reporting numbers, drug use among Minnesota students is down. The Minnesota Department of Human Services released their annual report this month, with numbers indicating that Minnesota teens are using less marijuana …

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    31 Jan 12
  • Radon Testing Kits

    Today is the last day of National Radon Awareness Month. Radon is a naturally-occuring, radioactive gas that seeps out of the ground and can enter and collect in homes and other buildings. Radon has been …

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    31 Jan 12
  • National Commander Fang Wong

    A decorated army service member, the American Legion’s National Commander, will be visiting Morris next week. Fang Wong, who volunteered for the army and served over two years in Vietnam, will be stopping at the …

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    30 Jan 12
  • Girl Scouts

    They’ve been knocking on your door for years, now you can see the history of the cookie-peddling troop of girls. In honor of the 100th Anniversary of Girl Scouting, the Pope County Museum in Glenwood …

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    30 Jan 12
  • Minnesota Caucuses

    Caucuses across Minnesota are scheduled for Tuesday, February 7, with both Democrats and Republicans meeting. The Republican caucuses will feature a straw poll for any candidates still in the race. In Stevens County , Republican …

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    27 Jan 12
  • Local Firearms Safety Training

    You can get the proper training before heading out for hunting. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources offers classes in firearms safety across the state. Upcoming classes in the listening area include classes in Ottertail …

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    27 Jan 12