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wine

Tuesday, May 21, 201305/21/2013

Ordinance Allowing Sidewalk Wine Passes First Reading

The ordinance must pass a second reading to be enacted.

capital

Monday, May 20, 201305/20/2013

No Hazardous Materials Found In Envelopes Mailed To Legislators

The envelopes were mailed to the congressional offices in Aberdeen.

wine

Monday, May 20, 201305/20/2013

Downtown Sidewalk Sales Of Wine On City Council Agenda

The issue was discussed at the last council meeting, but the ordinance needed new language.

texting

Thursday, May 16, 201305/16/2013

Texting While Driving Ordinance To Take Effect

The ordinance goes into effect at 12:01 Friday morning.

quail

Thursday, May 16, 201305/16/2013

Bare-handed Quail catch!

Watch the pastor from Austin, TX ‘hunt’ with his bare hands!

fishing

Wednesday, May 15, 201305/15/2013

Free Fishing Weekend Coming Up

Anglers can fish without a license May 17-19.

run3

Wednesday, May 15, 201305/15/2013

Hunter Bork Loses Battle With Cancer

The Mount Vernon native set an American high jump record in the 2011 Paralympics.

demolition

Wednesday, May 15, 201305/15/2013

Former Longhorn Bar Building Coming Down

The project is expected to near completion today.

Mitchell_high

Wednesday, May 15, 201305/15/2013

Mitchell School Board Looks At 2013-14 Budget

The $14.893 million proposed budget is a 2.8% increase over last year’s budget.

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Tuesday, May 14, 201305/14/2013

Minnesota Vikings Unveil New Stadium Proposal

The nearly billion-dollar stadium plan was presented at the Guthrie Theater.

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