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The Osakis City Council approved the conditional use permit and preliminary plat for a storage unit facility under consideration for Paul Hartmann. Hartmann is seeking to develop eight storage sheds along Highway 27 next to the Lee Lueth property that will be individually owned and part of an...
If you’re tired of inflation nipping at the heels of your carefully crafted budget, you’re not alone. The Long Prairie City Council spent a considerable amount of time at their June 17 meeting weighing the decision to purchase body and squad car cameras for the police department. The council...
The Swanville School District has had a big summer, which many hope will translate to a big year for the district. Currently, the district is undergoing a massive HVAC update project which will help improve air quality throughout the existing building. While all of this work is being done on...
The Riverside Drive and Second Avenue SW Road Project is expected to be completed this summer with pavement corrections after a settlement was reached between the City of Long Prairie and C & L Inc. County Road 38/Second Avenue SW paving will be completed this summer. Corrective actions will be...
Tile repair at County Ditch 42 is planned to start after a unanimous vote by county commissioners to get it going. The Todd County Board of Commissioners resumed discussion on the tile repair project at County Ditch 42 at their July 2 meeting. The project was tabled at the May 21 meeting after a...
The financial future of the Osakis School District is looking good after the school board approved its preliminary budget for the coming school year. After a lean year in the black in 2023-2024 that came on the heels of three straight years of deficit spending, the district is poised to realize a...
The Long Prairie-Grey Eagle School Board collectively gave the superintendent a passing grade at their June 17 meeting. The board room was filled to overflowing with staff and community members, several who said they were there to support Superintendent Daniel Ludvigson. The fairly new...
Osakis city residents should soon be getting better-quality water in their homes as the upgrades to the tower and water treatment plant (WTP) are moving according to plan. Though for the past several weeks the City has asked people to be conservative in their water usage—to not fill pools or soak...
The Todd County Board of Commissioners met in closed session on Monday, June 17 to consider a labor negotiation strategy, pursuant to Minn. Statute 13D.03. On June 18, the commissioners approved a contract with the law firm Madden Galanter Hansen for the purposes of labor negotiations, labor...
A failing ditch in Round Prairie needs attention, but the project is being held up by anticipated tax roll hearings. On May 21, 2024 the Todd County Board of Commissioners heard from several public commenters regarding what to do with County Ditch 42, where a tile was installed in 1917 and has...

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