Tag: Hill City

Hill City ready for 117th annual 4th of July festivities

By Paul Vold kkinradio@embarqmail.com (7/2/21) (Hill City, MN) — Hill City will be buzzing with numerous events for the 117th annual 4th of July Celebration after last year was derailed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We recently spoke with Hill City Mayor Sean Lathrop about what events are coming up this weekend. The City and…
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July 2, 2021 0

City of Hill City Council scheduled to meet June 8th

By Paul Vold kkinradio@embarqmail.com (6/7/21) (Hill City, MN) — The City of Hill City Council will be opening discussion on approval of American Rescue Plan Funds and lay out further plans for the 4th of July Festivities. The Council, during Department Reports, will receive more information from the Land Use Committee on the Public Hearing…
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June 7, 2021 0

City of Hill City to hold Special Meeting tonight

By Paul Vold kkinradio@embarqmail.com (5/25/21) (Hill City, MN) — The City of Hill City Council will be holding a Special Council meeting to review upcoming Summer events and initiatives from the Hill City Community room tonight at 6pm. The Council will be seeking approval for 4th of July, the City’s newsletter, and finalize the City-wide…
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May 25, 2021 0

City of Hill City Council to meet May 11th

By Paul Vold kkinradio@embarqmail.com (5/11/21) (Hill City, MN) — The City of Hill City Council meets tonight to review Council Committees Appointments and establish a date for the Mid-Year Budget Review during their regular meeting from the City Hall Community Room at 6pm. After Department Reports, the Council will review the resolution for Revise 2021…
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May 11, 2021 0

Hill City Mayor resigns over residence, Special Council meeting set for March 22nd

By Paul Vold kkinradio@embarqmail.com (3/19/21) (Hill City, MN) — The City of Hill City Council meeting from Tuesday, March 16th was notable for the immediate resignation of Mayor Lonnie Lee following this on-going dispute between the City and himself over the affirmation of his place of residence in order to serve as Mayor of Hill…
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March 19, 2021 0

Hill City School Board meeting from February 23rd

By Paul Vold kkinradio@embarqmail.com (2/25/21) (Hill City, MN) — A new board member was sworn in with the changes to school scheduling and distance learning during the Hill City School Board Meeting Monday night. Hill City School Superintendent Pat Rendle mentioned during his Superintendent’s Report about teachers and staff having received the COVID-19 vaccine and…
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February 25, 2021 0

New Mayor Lonnie Lee, Hill City Council meet for first time in 2021

By Paul Vold kkinradio@embarqmail.com (1/15/21) (Hill City, MN) — Newly sworn-in Hill City Mayor Lonnie Lee spoke to us following the City of Hill City Council meeting on Tuesday, January 12th from the Hill City Fire Hall. Mayor Lee first talked about his goals coming back to an office he has previously held. The Hill…
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January 15, 2021 0

Mayor Elect, Council members to sworn in at Hill City Council meeting January 12th

By Paul Vold kkinradio@embarqmail.com (1/11/21) (Hill City, MN) — Hill City’s new Mayor and Council members will be sworn in to go along with yearly renewals at their first meeting of 2021 on Tuesday from the Hill City Fire Hall. Mayor elect Lonnie Lee and Council members Sean Lathrop, Lin Benson, and Brenda James will…
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January 11, 2021 0

Arrests made near Hill City construction site of Line 3 Pipeline

By Paul Vold kkinradio@embarqmail.com (1/11/21) (Hill City, MN) — Arrests were made over the weekend in conjunction with protests at the construction site of the Enbridge Line 3 pipeline just south of Hill City. According to a press release obtained from the Northern Lights Task Force, approximately 100 persons showed up first to the pipeline…
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January 11, 2021 0

Hill City School District “Year in Review

By Paul Vold kkinradio@embarqmail.com (12/31/20) (Hill City, MN) — The Hill City School District felt the sting of the COVID-19 shutdown back in March, but has continued to be one of the few schools in the Northland to remain with in-person learning through the 2020-21 school year. With our Year in Review for area school…
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December 31, 2020 0