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Brownton/Stewart

05/15/2019 - 11:15am
Shawn McCoy cut a deal with the Brownton City Council on May 7 for the run-down house at 818 Division St. The house, which was on track to forfeiture, had accrued over $22,000 in property taxes and assessments dating back to 2014. McCoy, who works in the McLeod County Assessor’s Office, asked to pay $5,588 and offered to cover the taxes accrued in 2019 thus far. He also has to pay McLeod County...
05/15/2019 - 11:13am
The Stewart City Council, in a regular meeting Monday, May 13, voted in support of a Stewartfest festival and celebration for the summer of 2020. Patty Schulze, a Stewart resident, sat in front of the council seeking approval for the city’s backing in conducting a celebration specific to Stewart. Schulze and her father, who goes to church in...
05/15/2019 - 11:07am
Ruth Bauer, a Renville-Sibley Fiber (RS Fiber) board member, attended Brownton’s May city council meeting to answer questions council members have been asking in meetings for months. RS Fiber and its member cities are bearing the brunt of a nearly $8 million shortfall due to contractual obligations. “The council’s having some questions about new...
04/24/2019 - 11:17am
Families of children interested in participating in Brownton’s summer registration program can begin turning in registration sheets. The Monday-Wednesday-Thursday program includes co-ed T-ball for children 5 years old by June 1 through first grade, softball for players in fourth through seventh grades, co-ed coach pitch for players in second and...
04/10/2019 - 11:16am
At a cost of $57,516.59, the Stewart City Council approved the replacement of the inlet/outlet riser pipe to the water tower at its meeting Monday night, April 8. The council also heard from MMS Environmental President Michael Morris about the potential for treating water with bacteria as opposed to chemicals. The replacement of the riser pipe is...
04/03/2019 - 10:47am
Brownton’s new (and only) full-time police officer, Karl Koford, from Fairfax, comes to town with a voluminous history of service in the field of protection, from 15 years of small-town police departments to the United States Navy. Koford reached petty officer second class after serving for eight years in the Navy, from 2006 to 2014. Having served...
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