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The New Ulm Journal
Council OKs MIF application for Kraft plant expansionThe Council previously authorized staff to prepare the application at its Jan.
Council OKs MIF application for Kraft plant expansion
The New Ulm Journal / Posted 4 days ago
The Council previously authorized staff to prepare the application at its Jan. 19 meeting. Community Development Director David Schnobrich informed the Council the amount of MIF financing requested was $450,000. The funds will be used to purchase... Read more
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Marshall Independent
Dayton pulls back on buffer lawThat's the memo Gov. Mark Dayton sent to environmental officials Friday. Repub
Dayton pulls back on buffer law
Marshall Independent / Posted 8 days ago
That's the memo Gov. Mark Dayton sent to environmental officials Friday. Republicans and ag groups in Minnesota have said they never intended for Minnesota's private waterways to be included in buffer legislation, so with "great reluctance," and... Read more
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The New Ulm Journal
Legislators address issues at town-hall meetingsClay Schuldt Journal Staff Writers SLEEPY EYE - Sen. Gary Dahms and Rep. Paul
Legislators address issues at town-hall meetings
The New Ulm Journal / Posted 15 days ago
Clay Schuldt Journal Staff Writers SLEEPY EYE - Sen. Gary Dahms and Rep. Paul Torkelson received so many questions from constituents that they had to leave for their next town-hall meeting without answering all questions at Brown County REA... Read more
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Marshall Independent
Local senator brushes aside Dayton talk about reviving gas taxDayton and the Democratic-controlled Senate had proposed a hike in license tab
Local senator brushes aside Dayton talk about reviving gas tax
Marshall Independent / Posted 15 days ago
Dayton and the Democratic-controlled Senate had proposed a hike in license tab fees and a new wholesale gas tax that would have increased the cost at the pump by about 16 cents a gallon at price at the time. Of course, that idea didn't go over well... Read more
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Marshall Independent
DFL reform package aimed at making MN government more transparentMinnesota House Minority Leader Paul Thissen announced a legislative reform pac
DFL reform package aimed at making MN government more transparent
Marshall Independent / Posted 16 days ago
Minnesota House Minority Leader Paul Thissen announced a legislative reform package that includes statutory and procedural recommendations to make the Legislature more open and transparent to the public. According to a news release from the House of... Read more
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Advocate Tribune
YM Co. discusses the increasing rural/urban divide Yellow Medicine County commissioners, department heads and employees shared a
YM Co. discusses the increasing rural/urban divide
Advocate Tribune / Posted 17 days ago
Yellow Medicine County commissioners, department heads and employees shared a round table discussion with Senator Gary Dahms, GOP-Redwood Falls, this past Tuesday at the YMC Government Center to... Read more
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Marshall Independent
Cities: LGA pays for necessities, not luxuriesMARSHALL - Two local state lawmakers are hopeful Local Government Aid gets its
Cities: LGA pays for necessities, not luxuries
Marshall Independent / Posted 23 days ago
MARSHALL - Two local state lawmakers are hopeful Local Government Aid gets its due during the 2016 session, but they also know the road to continued, and perhaps increased, funding for rural Minnesota cities goes through the suburbs. LGA will surely... Read more
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Redwood Falls Gazette
Funding approved for intersectionDiscussions about what to do at the intersection of CSAH 101 and Bridge Street
Funding approved for intersection
Redwood Falls Gazette / Posted 26 days ago
Discussions about what to do at the intersection of CSAH 101 and Bridge Street (TH19/71) have been going on for decades, with the most common plan including an extension of the county state aid highway south to TH 67.... Posted Jan. 12, 2016 at... Read more
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Marshall Independent
Lots of discussion, but no promise of a special sessionST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — With an eye on either salvaging a special session or put
Lots of discussion, but no promise of a special session
Marshall Independent / Posted a month ago
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — With an eye on either salvaging a special session or putting those hopes to rest, lawmakers traded ideas Thursday for bringing Minnesota in compliance with a federal high-security driver's license law, extend unemployment... Read more

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