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February 23rd, 2017

Foreclosure

Foreclosure
14-097506
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE
FORECLOSURE SALE
THE RIGHT TO VERIFICATION OF THE DEBT AND IDENTITY OF THE ORIGINAL CREDITOR WITHIN THE TIME PROVIDED BY LAW IS NOT AFFECTED BY THIS ACTION.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that default has occurred in the conditions of the following described mortgage:
DATE OF MORTGAGE: September 27, 2007
ORIGINAL PRINICIPAL AMOUNT OF MORTGAGE: $195,000.00
MORTGAGOR(S): Cory Ruschmeyer and Stacy Ruschmeyer, husband and wife AKA Cory J. Ruschmeyer and Stacy Ruschmeyer

February 22nd

Gymnasts top 122 at sections

Girls’ basketball back to winning ways

Wrestlers fall in 2AA opener

Wee Friends visit the library

GSL’s Knowledge Bowlers tie in Chaska

Beautiful day on the course

Can Trailblazer partnership be saved?

Frank Madden, a labor attorney and mediator, has been tapped by Trailblazer Transit to try to bring the joint powers board back into unity.
At issue, of course, is Wright County Area Transit’s (WCAT) well-publicized intention to pull out of the partnership with the original Trailblazer partners, McLeod and Sibley counties.
Meeting after meeting, there has been sparring about what is wrong at Trailblazer, and what needs to be done to fix it.

Changes in prevailing wage law will hurt workers

To the Editor:
State Rep. Glenn Gruenhagen’s prevailing wage ideas will cut pay and cost jobs for blue collar workers.
I am a retired construction worker who spent his career building infrastructure in this state. A recent letter in this paper caught my attention. He attacked prevailing wage laws in Minnesota. For those who don’t know, prevailing wage is nothing more than local area standard wages for construction workers.

Man suffers serious injury in Watertown bar fight

Carver County Sheriff Jim Olson reports that on Friday, Feb. 17, at about 11:23 p.m., sheriff’s deputies responded to a report of a fight at the Riverside Bar in Watertown. A victim was reported to be laying in the street, unconscious.