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NCE School to Bring Back FFA Program with New Ag Teacher; Outdoor Space Improvements Scheduled for this Summer

Twin Valley, MN — The Norman County East School Board held their regular monthly meeting on Monday night, April 19th. At the meeting, the board approved hiring Jordan Newburg as an Ag/Tech Teacher. Newburg brings a background in agriculture and because of that, Norman County East Superintendent Rob Nudell says the district will be able…
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April 20, 2021 0

Hillsboro City Commission News & Notes from April 19th, 2021

Hillsboro, ND — The city of Hillsboro held their regularly scheduled meeting Monday evening at the Main Street Community Center. During the meeting the city held the Tax Equalization meeting discussing increased property tax assessments. During the meeting Some commissioners expressed concern that some home assessments were outdated resulting in lost property tax revenue for…
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April 20, 2021 0

Ada-Borup Senior to Take Virtual Stage for Potential FFA Star Farmer Award this Thursday

Ada, MN — Ada-Borup Senior Daniel Jossund is one of four finalists across the state of Minnesota selected for the Minnesota FFA STAR Farmer Award, which will be awarded this week during the Minnesota STATE FFA Convention. The Star Farmer Award is one of the highest honors awarded at the State Convention and recognizes students…
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April 20, 2021 0

Representative Marquart Continues to Stand Behind Law Enforcement

St. Paul, MN — It’s a trying time for law enforcement and now more than ever people are calling for police reform. And while local Representative Paul Marquart agrees there may be a need for reformative measures, he’s standing behind local law enforcement who have to do an incredibly difficult job every day and says…
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April 20, 2021 0

Mahnomen County Commission Recap

Mahnomen, MN — The Mahnomen County Commission held their first meeting for the month of April last Tuesday, April 13th where they discussed the county assessor job duties, the potential closure of the demolition landfill, and financing options for some upcoming capital projects. As they look to fill vacancies in the Assessor’s and Sanitation and…
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April 20, 2021 0

Mahnomen Summer School to Begin in June at Full Capacity

Mahnomen, MN — It’ll be almost like class was never out of session at the Mahnomen School this summer. The district announced that they will be running a summer STEAM camp for eight weeks this summer to help students in Kindergarten through 8th grade get caught up and continue learning. Mahnomen Superintendent Jeff Bisek says…
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April 19, 2021 0

Recognize the Important Role of 4-H Volunteer during National Volunteer Appreciation Week

Ada, MN — This week, celebrate the impact of volunteer service in your community as part of National Volunteer Week and shine a light on the people and causes that inspire us to serve, as well as thank those volunteers who lend their time, talent, and voice to make a difference. One of those local…
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April 19, 2021 0

Gunshot Reported in Fosston Apartment Complex Sunday Afternoon

By: Dawson Peterson dawsonrjradio@arvig.net (4/19/21) On Sunday, April 18th at 2:58 p.m. the Polk County Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call of a possible gunshot at 324 N Mark Ave in the City of Fosston. Polk County deputies responded to the reports of a gunshot inside the Foxtail Apartment building. During the investigation it was…
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April 19, 2021 0

MSHSL Board of Directors Makes Plans for Spring Championships

Release: (BROOKLYN CENTER, MN) — Plans for spring championship experiences, competitive section placements beginning with the 2021-2022 school year and a position statement by the League’s Sports Medicine Advisory Committee regarding masking in outdoor competitions were approved today during the Minnesota State High School League’s Board of Directors meeting that was held in a virtual…
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April 16, 2021 0

NWS Offers Thoughts on the Potential for Severe Weather this Summer

Grand Forks, ND — As we wrap up Severe Weather Awareness Week and inch closer to the prime severe weather months of June, July, and August, you may be wondering if this summer is going to quiet one or a bumpy one? How the rest of this spring plays out may be factor in determining…
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April 16, 2021 0