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Election results 2003


Fri, Nov 7th, 2003
Posted in Features

The results of Tuesday’s general election are as follows:

City Elections

•Rushford:

Mayor, two year term; two Council positions, four year term.

Mayor:

Ted Roberton 306 winner

Paul Erickson 57

Other 1

Council member:

Les Ladewig 260 winner

Ron Mierau 254 winner

Norris Kinneberg 165

Other 7

School Board Elections

•Chatfield Public Schools: Three School Board members, four year term.

Gerald Chase 511 winner

Jay Obey 402 winner

Thomas Duxbury 313 winner

Deen Narveson 272

Lois Shaler 269

Chris Grutzmacher 226

Wayne Dotzenrud 181

•Fillmore Central Public Schools: Three School Board members, four year term.

Ron Stevens 382 winner

Michelle Topness 341 winner

Deb Ristau 229 winner

Dean Erickson 140

Jerome Illg 26

•Kingsland Public Schools: Three School Board members, four year term.

Jane Baker 77 winner

Robert Grabau 72 winner

Thomas Kaase 75 winner

Other 19

•Lanesboro Public Schools: Three School Board members, four year term; one school board member, two year term.

(four year term):

Eric Miehlisch 72 winner

John Rein 65 winner

Bruce Thompson 56 winner

Other 6

(two year term):

Edward Taylor 71 winner.

•LeRoy-Ostrander Public Schools: Four School Board members, four year term.

Marcia Keim 94 winner

Craig Knight 70 winner

Peter Marx 94 winner

Dave Opseth 88 winner

•Mabel-Canton Public Schools: Three School Board members, four year term.

Tim Brumm 306 winner

Mary Kuhn 358 winner

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A Sign of the Times

Fri, Nov 7th, 2003
Posted in Features

A piece of local history is on display at the Minnesota History Museum in St. Paul. The historical artifact is a hand-lettered sign advertising a teen dance in the Fountain elementary school gym during the1960's.

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Preston City Council Report: Heartland denied building permit once again

Fri, Nov 7th, 2003
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On a dreary, rainy Monday evening the Preston City Council faced a busy agenda. The council members maintained a business-like attitude with strained civility. The public attending the council meeting because of the proposed Heartland plant feel stro ..... 
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Heartland sues city of Preston

Fri, Nov 7th, 2003
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On Wednesday, two days after the Preston City Council denied a building permit to Bob and Elaine Maust, owners of Heartland Energy & Recycling, LLC, to modify their warehouse located in the Preston Industrial Park, lawyers for Heartland filed a writ ..... 
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Lanesboro City Council Report: A law lesson on “Reliance”

Fri, Nov 7th, 2003
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Anyone attending the November 3, 2003 Lanesboro City Council meeting got a law lesson from city attorney Tom Manion with an English lesson on the word “adjacent”, as well as a history lesson on Lanesboro city government thrown in. Hillcrest Gast Hus ..... 
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The singing of the hounds

Fri, Oct 31st, 2003
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I was invited to spend an evening with two coon hunters who enjoy the Lanesboro area’s woods and fields.   What began as a mutual interest years ago has grown into a seasonal ritual for two good friends enjoying the sport of ..... 
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Commissioners’ Report: Courthouse project ready for winter

Fri, Oct 31st, 2003
Posted in Features

“Everything is water tight,” assured David Johnson, the courthouse construction manager. “We could have a downpour now and we’re ready.” This was a timely statement as rains and threats of snow have moved into the area this past week.

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Rushford City Council Report: Rushford Council closer to resolving sewer/lift station problems

Fri, Oct 31st, 2003
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Monday night, October 27th, the Rushford City Council reconsidered the problem Paul and Luanne Dvorak had when the lift station malfunctioned and sent sewer water flooding their basement. At a previous meeting the council had offered to pay half of t ..... 
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Election 2003

Fri, Oct 31st, 2003
Posted in Features

The following elections and school referendums will take place on Thursday, November 4:  City Elections  •Rushford: Mayor, two year term; two Council positions, four year term.  [Read the Rest]
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