Thursday, July 9, 2020

County News

The Triton Elementary School kindergarten classes eagerly headed outside recently as they prepared to test the packages they had designed that would ensure that a raw egg could survive a drop from the roof of Triton Elementary to the ground below. The students, with the help of their parents, took...
Needed street improvements and an update on the wastewater treatment plant were among the topics discussed by the Claremont City Council at their April meeting last week. Councilmember Marie Lindblom, a member of the Public Works Committee, gave an update on the streets the committee has determined...
Triton High School FFA members were recognized at the Region VIII banquet at Zumbrota-Mazeppa High School last week including Brianna Fitzgerald as Region VIII Star Farmer and a finalist for state Star Farmer and Jack Crowson as Region Star in Agribusiness. The Fish and Wildlife team of Craig Weber...
Claremont City Council and EDA members got a look at the expansion plans for the Al-Corn plant. This as they consider a tax abatement or alternatively tax incremental financing to help with the expansion that includes the widening of 5th Street. The council also agreed to work with the engineering...
Citizens Concerned About Rail Line (CCARL) will have its next meeting from 6 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, at the Kenyon Wanamingo Elementary School, 225 Third Ave., Wanamingo. The group was formed in opposition to the proposed high-speed or “Zip Rail” line between the Twin Cities and Rochester. When the...
You have probably noticed them in commercial areas and on lawns. Usually small depressions in the landscape filled with a variety of flowers and plants. They’re rain gardens and they serve a purpose beyond aesthetics. They help in allowing rainwater runoff from areas like roofs, driveways,...
At the Kasson City Council meeting March 23, whether or not a non-union supervisor may do work at the wastewater treatment plant was the topic of an animated discussion. In a letter dated Feb 26, 2016, to Mark Schmitt, Director, Municipal Division of the state Pollution Control Agency in St. Paul,...
Triton school board members got a first-hand look at the heart rate monitors used in middle school physical education classes last week. Physical Education teacher Shane Van Beck passed out the monitors to each school board member and had board members wear them during his presentation,...
The Triton Elementary School gym was a sea of posters filled with questions and conclusions about scientific questions last Thursday as the fourth and fifth grade students presented the results of their science projects. In the morning volunteer judges from throughout the community met with each...
West Concord’s City Council last week officially accepted the resignation of City Administrator Kay Hanson. Council members also received the 2015 auditor’s report that showed that the Municipal Liquor Store again finished the year with negative numbers. Mayor Jeffrey McCool also told council...

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