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  • Tree City

    For the eighth straight year, Morris has been named a Tree City by the Arbor Day Foundation. There are four criteria for becoming a Tree City: The city must have a tree board, a tree-care …

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    24 May 12
  • airplane

    The City of Morris will be transferring $150,000 to the City of Jackson, Minnesota, all so that they can keep the money. The Federal Aviation Association offers cities funds of $150,000 per year to complete …

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    24 May 12
  • stevens county ambulance

    This week, local ambulance crews and First Responders are celebrating life-saving skills that have saved several lives in the last year. This is Emergency Medical Services Week, a national recognition of EMS Teams around the …

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    24 May 12
  • Dennis Wayne Aasen

    39 year old Dennis Wayne Aasen of Mounds View, Minnesota, has been apprehended. Aasen was wanted by authorities for the alleged kidnapping of a woman from rural Clontarf. On Thursday, May 17, Aasen allegedly kidnapped …

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    24 May 12
  • Eloise Cobell

    HELENA, Mont. (AP) – A panel of appellate judges has upheld a $3.4 billion settlement between the U.S. government and hundreds of thousands of Native American plaintiffs whose land trust royalties the Department of Interior …

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    23 May 12
  • Twig Webster

    A member of the Morris City Council has submitted his resignation letter and the has Council approved his resignation as of last night (Tuesday). In an open letter to the council, Twig Webster wrote, “It …

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    23 May 12
  • Morris City Hall

    After accepting the resignation of Morris Finance Director Gene Krosschell, the city council has voted in a replacement. Debra Raasch, the current city accountant, will step into the role of Finance Director when Krosschell retires …

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    23 May 12
  • morris schools

    The Morris Area School Board has approved taking out a line of credit to cover any upcoming shortfalls in the school’s cash flow. Superintendent Scott Monson says he hopes the schools don’t have to use …

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    23 May 12