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SATURDAY PREP WRESTLING: Minneota wrestling team places second at JCC Invite
JACKSON – The Minneota wrestling team placed second at the Jackson County Central Pizza Ranch Invitational on Saturday, recording a team score of 152.5. Windom/Mountain Lake took first with a score of 159.5 while Worthington took third with a score of 135.5.
Steinbach leaves Montevideo to accept Yellow Medicine County post
GRANITE FALLS — Montevideo's assistant city manager will be leaving to become the new administrator for Yellow Medicine County.
PREP BASKETBALL: Top-ranked teamwork
MINNEOTA – The top-ranked Minneota girls and boys basketball teams took to the court on Monday night for a doubleheader matchup against the Lakeview Lakers. The Vikings took control early and never looked back in both games, as Minneota cruised to victories over the Lakers.
Minneota officials hope probe will find water leak
MINNEOTA — A crew from the Minnesota Rural Water Association is hunting for a “fairly large” water leak in Minneota. “I would be honest with you, it’s like looking for a needle in a haystack,” City Administrator Shirley Teigland told council members Travis Gillund and Jerry Teigland and Mayor John R
Forum Week 2,241: Sioux Falls City Council member Marshall Selberg
Jon Michaels, Public Affairs Director since 1977, talks with Sioux Falls City Council member Marshall Selberg (SW) about e-bikes, sewer, transportation, police contracts and more.
Wind Farm Proposed Near Clear Lake
There's another wind farm proposed in northeastern South Dakota. The site would be north of Clear Lake in Deuel County. The developer is a Chicago-based company called Invenergy.
One Watertown, two Brookings-Watertown Select teams win Futsal Flurry titles
One Watertown team and two Brookings-Watertown Select teams captured division titles over the weekend in the Watertown Youth Soccer Association’s Futsal Flurry indoor tournament.
‘Voice of reason’ needed during legislative session
On Thursday, the State of Minnesota projected a $1.5 billion surplus for the next two-year budget period. It was good news because it gives Democratic Gov.-elect Tim Walz and the Legislature more room to negotiate spending initiatives, tax cuts or the combination of both during the upcoming legislat
Brookings Area Singles Club to host Merry Christmas Dance
The Brookings Area Singles Club will host its Merry Christmas Dance on Saturday, Dec. 15 at the White Community Hall in White from 7:30 to 11:30 p.m. There will be music provided by the Norgaard Country Duo. Admission is $9 for members and $10 for all others, and all must be over 21 years. There wil
Three area attorneys are candidates for Eighth Judicial District post
ST. PAUL — The Commission on Judicial Selection announced Friday it is recommending three candidates to Gov. Mark Dayton for consideration to fill the current vacancy in Minnesota's Eighth Judicial District.
Reaction from Rep. Chris Swedzinski, R-Ghent
“The decisions House Republicans made the last four years have worked to get our economy growing. What concerns me is Democrats passed historic increases in taxing and spending the last time they held a majority and I don’t expect even a $1.5 billion surplus will change their tune this time around.
Deuel gymnasts win dual over Estelline-Hendricks
HENDRICKS, Minn. — Morgan Kwasniewski and Paige Simon helped power Deuel’s gymnastics team to a dual victory over Estelline-Hendricks on Thursday. Kwasniewski won the uneven bars (9.35) and the all-around title (36.6). Simon added wins in the balance beam (9.2) and vault (9.1) and finished second in
PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Marshall outlasts Hutchinson in OT
MARSHALL — Marshall needed an extra five minutes to defeat Hutchinson 70-66 on Tuesday. Hutch didn’t have an answer defensively for Jordyn Hilgemann, who finished with 32 points.
Wrestling: Raths seals dual win over United (with video)
Sophomore Tristan Raths pinned Dawson-Boyd / Lac Qui Parle / Montevideo United’s Stone Irvine to seal the win for Morris Area / Hancock / Chokio-Alberta, 44-29, in the dual opener Thursday, Dec. 6, in Hancock.
Marshall sworn in as chief of police
MARSHALL — The city of Marshall’s public safety department marked the start of a new chapter of leadership on Tuesday as Jim Marshall was sworn in as the city’s new director of public safety.
MnDOT plans to replace aging bridge
MARSHALL — The Minnesota Department of Transportation is proposing to replace an aging bridge on Highway 91 in southern Lyon County, county commissioners learned Wednesday. The plan is for a box culvert to take the place of the bridge, but MnDOT representatives said that shouldn’t mean much change i
Lincoln board concerned about potential zebra mussel expansion
IVANHOE — The Lincoln County Board discussed the possibility that zebra mussels might someday be as much or more of a local aquatic invasive species issue as Curly Leaf Pond Weed in Lake Benton.
Lyon County TNT meeting reviews 2019 budget, levy proposals
MARSHALL — Lyon County’s annual “Truth In Taxation” hearing was sparsely attended Wednesday night. But even though there were no comments submitted from members of the public, Lyon County Commissioners heard an update on the county’s budget process and proposed 2019 levy.
Yant retires after 21 years with the MPD
MARSHALL — By itself, the code that went out over the Lyon County dispatch didn’t mean anything unusual. But on Friday afternoon, the 10-7 code — the signal that an officer is going out of service — took on a special meaning. It marked Marshall Public Safety Director Rob Yant’s final shift, as he re