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07/17/2019 - 12:27pm
Steve Trocke of Trocke Construction, Arlington, layed brick last Wednesday morning, July 10, for Tri-Valley Operating Council’s new Head Start building behind Christ Lutheran Church on Knight Avenue.
07/17/2019 - 11:08am
Brownton is hosting its community festival, “Brownton Days,” July 26-28 and holding an all-school reunion in conjunction with the festival. The festival and activities will be based at and around City Park. A wide array of events includes bouncy houses, brats & vendor expo, a sand volleyball tournament, dunk tank, fire department fire...
07/17/2019 - 11:04am
Worthington native Andy Ypma, 67, came to McLeod County in 1974 “knowing no one, but I’m leaving with a wealth of relationships and friends.” Ypma retired July 9 as a probation officer after 45 years on the job – all in McLeod County. “I loved working here,” Ypma said. “I’m grateful that I only made the front page once (for an award). I avoided...
07/17/2019 - 10:48am
One of McLeod County’s newest employees, Julie Erickson, last week completed her first week of official duties in a position that’s new for her and the county: health and human services director. The county recently merged the social services director, formerly held by Gary Sprynczynatyk, with the public health director, previously held by...
07/17/2019 - 10:46am
The McLeod County Board of Commissioners approved its second cash infusion of the year on Tuesday, July 16 to the McLeod-Sibley-Trailblazer Joint Health Insurance pool to help cover a $300,000 shortfall. McLeod County’s portion is $158,790. Funding has already accumulated in the county's health insurance liability fund to cover the costs of the...
07/17/2019 - 10:43am
After 36 years as an emergency medical responder and 32 on Stewart’s fire department, Kevin Klucas submitted his resignations for both to the Stewart City Council, closing a career saturated with dedication and knowledge. He also voted for the resignations as a Stewart City Councilman. Klucas knows Stewart as if it was a blueprint in his head,...
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