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Local News Headlines 

Saturday, February 25, 2017


Last Days of Buffalo Masons' Annual Food Shelf Drive

There are still a few days left in the Buffalo Masons annual Food Shelf drive. This year the Nelson Masonic Lodge #135 is partnering with the Order of the Eastern Star Galilee Chapter #53 for a matching funds drive to benefit the Buffalo and Annandale-Maple Lake area food shelves...more 

Last Days for Some Minnesotans to Apply for Health Coverage 

Rural Minnesotans who lost "qualifying health insurance" in the past 60 days can still apply for 2017 coverage...more   

Local Organizations Benefit From Latest Wright-Hennepin Operation Round Up Grants 

Several organizations from the Wright County area have received funding recently from the latest round of Operation Round Up grants from the Wright-Hennepin Cooperative Electric Association...more   

Memorial Services Saturday for Longtime Soo Line Railroad Employee, Monticello Community Icon, Harold Pittman

Memorial Services are scheduled for today in Monticello for an icon of the community. Harold Pittman passed away February 13th at his Monticello home at the age of 94 

Big Lake Man Killed in Three-Vehicle Crash in Big Lake Township 

One man was killed, another injured in a three-vehicle traffic crash Wednesday morning in Big Lake Township in neighboring Sherburne County...more 

Sunday Liquor Heads to a Vote on the Senate Floor 

Two days after the House passed similar legislation, a bill allowing liquor stores to be open on Sundays in Minnesota cleared its final committee in the state Senate Wednesday, and now awaits a floor vote...more 

MN Lawmakers Show Bi-Partisan Support for Measures to Battle Opioid Addiction

State lawmakers from both sides of the aisle Tuesday unveiled a series of bills to combat opioid addiction, a rapidly-growing public health problem in Minnesota and throughout the country...more

Pedestrian Struck by Train in Waverly 

The investigation continues into the incident Monday evening in Waverly during which a young man from neighboring Meeker County was struck by a freight train...more 

Dayton and GOP Leaders at Odds Over Automatic Increase in Cigarette Tax 

Governor Mark Dayton opposes House Republicans' plan to eliminate the automatic annual increase in Minnesota's cigarette tax, freezing it at $3.04 per pack...more 

Veterans Affairs and Suicide Prevention Presentation Tonight in Cokato 

Officials with Wright County Veterans Affairs will be in Cokato tonight to provide information on a number of topics, including suicide prevention...more 

Letter Sent to Sessions about Ag Mega-Mergers 

A letter sent to new Attorney General Jeff Sessions and members of Congress urges oversight as the U.S. Department of Justice looks at the proposed mega-mergers of giant chemical companies...more 

Spring Road Weight Limits Now in Effect on Wright County Highways  

Spring Road Weight Restrictions are now in effect on Wright County Highways. Those limits took effect today at 12:01 AM, and will remain in effect until further notice...more 

Franken Bill Aims at Cutting Medicare RX Costs 

U.S. Senator Al Franken has re-introduced legislation that he says would result in lower Medicare prescription drug costs by allowing the program to negotiate prices with manufacturers...more

MN Schools Among the Most Fire-Safe in U-S 

Minnesota schools are among the safest in the country when it comes to fires--that's according to a new report from the Department of Public Safety...more