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Council discusses plans for financing new fire hall
WORTHINGTON — The Worthington Council approved during their Monday meeting a sum of $2,500 to go toward Worthington Regional Economic Development Corp. participation in developing a housing project at Minnesota West Community and Technical College.
ST. PAUL — Minnesota Republicans a couple of weeks ago held a spirited, and sometimes raucous, convention to pick their U.S. Senate candidate. Democrats meet in Rochester Saturday in what is expected to be a quiet event.
Roloffs plan fundraiser for Cancer Doesn’t Discriminate foundation
ADRIAN — When it comes to cancer, Regan Roloff knows all about the fight — the power of chemo drugs, the skill of doctors and the support of family and friends.
Councilmen send abatement proposal back to committee
WORTHINGTON — Worthington City Council members decided Monday night to redirect the Economic Development Ad Hoc Committee to explore other alternatives pertaining to construction of single-family dwellings.
WORTHINGTON — During the winter months, the Minnesota Department of Transportation is reminding drivers that through-traffic on Phase One (Nobles County 4 to Paul Avenue) of the Minnesota 60 highway construction is not allowed.
WORTHINGTON — In a 3-2 vote Thursday morning, Nobles County Commissioners denied a motion to join the City of Worthington and District 518 schools in offering tax abatement for new home construction in the community.
HLWD could implement Water Management District
HERON LAKE — The Heron Lake Watershed District’s Water Management Plan will advance to the state’s Board of Water and Soil Resources (BWSR) without any changes, despite numerous complaints aired in a public hearing in mid-October.
ST. PAUL — The wheels are coming off the Minnesota Vikings stadium express.
A Wednesday meeting among key politicians resulted in one agreement: A special legislative session to deal with building a new stadium is not likely, definitely not before Thanksgiving.
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