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  • Celebrate!

    Volunteers will be celebrated next week at the Morris Area Schools. From April 16-20, the Morris Schools will be celebrating Public School Volunteer Week, acknowledging those who help students with reading and math, chaperone field …

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    13 Apr 12
  • Luther Crest

    A public hearing for a Conditional Use Permit–or C.U.P.–has been scheduled for next week. On Monday, April 16th, the Stevens County Planning Commission will meet to hear a proposed amendment to the Stevens County Shoreland …

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    13 Apr 12
  • Morris PD Honorees

    MORRIS, Minn. — Successful traffic safety activities conducted by the Morris Police Department warranted a federal grant of $3000.00 from the Department of Public Safety (DPS) Office of Traffic Safety. The agency was recognized at …

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    12 Apr 12
  • Cetero Research

    FARGO, N.D. (AP) – A company that runs a Fargo drug testing center wants more than $1 million in executive bonuses as part of a bankruptcy reorganization plan. Cetero Research is based in North Carolina. It does early …

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    12 Apr 12
  • Smoking Cigarette

    DULUTH, Minn. (AP) – Smoking would be banned in all foster homes in Minnesota under proposed legislation. St. Louis, Lake and Beltrami are among counties that already require foster homes to be smoke free. A pending bill …

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    12 Apr 12
  • Rochelle Inselman

    BROOKLYN CENTER, Minn. (AP) – Police in a Twin Cities suburb say a woman’s obsession with a relationship that ended eight years ago led her to fatally shoot her ex-boyfriend. Thirty-nine-year-old Rochelle Inselman was charged …

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    12 Apr 12
  • Bloodmobile

    Roll up your sleeve and you may help save a life. The American Red Cross will be in town today for a community blood drive at the Morris National Guard Armory. You can donate from 12:30-6:30 p.m. …

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    12 Apr 12
  • Farm Rescue1

    A mobile farming unit will be rolling into Madison this afternoon. Farm Rescue, a non-profit organization that assists family farmers who are currently experiencing an illness, injury, or natural disaster, will be planting about 330 …

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    12 Apr 12