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  • Stevens County

    The annual Stevens County Board of Appeal and Equalization will be held next week. On Monday, June 11, the Stevens County Board of Commissioners will hear appeals from their constituents. County Assessor Judy Thorstad will …

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    07 Jun 12
  • Kiwanis Talent Show

    The popular Kiwanis Talent Show Series is returning to Morris, and tonight (Thursday) is opening night. The show is an annual fixture during June every year, with contestants competing every Thursday night and finalists performing …

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    07 Jun 12
  • Kacy Nehowig

    The reigning Miss Midwest, Kacy Nehowig, has joined a list of six finalists for the 5th Annual Tracie Joy McBride “Quality of Life” Award. The award was established by the McBride family in honor of …

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    07 Jun 12
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    It’s only the sixth month of this year, but one local government unit is planning its budget for next year. The Stevens County government will begin looking at the 2013 budget in the next few …

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    07 Jun 12
  • Anna Rae

    Two Boston-based musicians are making their way through the area on a summer tour. Kristen Ford and Anna Rae will be making a tour stop inTerrace this Friday as part of the Pope Art series. Ford, …

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    06 Jun 12
  • Asian Carp, Live

    TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) – Michigan authorities have charged a man with 12 counts of selling live Asian carp in violation of a state law meant to prevent the spread of invasive species. The state …

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    06 Jun 12
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    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton says he won’t fight a court ruling that blocked a unionization vote he called for home-based child care workers. Dayton said Tuesday that he disagrees with …

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    06 Jun 12
  • TentCaterpillar

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Forest tent caterpillars are busting out in Minnesota but experts say this year’s defoliation is not yet “the big one.” Department of Natural Resources forest health specialist Jana Albers says it’s leading …

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    06 Jun 12