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Local News Headlines

Sunday, February 18, 2018


Major Party Lawmakers Appear Far Apart on Amount for MN Bonding Bill 

The 2018 legislative session begins next week, and Democrats and Republicans as usual, disagree on the dollar amount for a bonding bill for state public works projects...more

Buffalo Community Theater's "Madagascar, Jr." Wraps Up Today

The Buffalo Community Theater will bring to life the DreamWorks animated film "Madagascar" for a second weekend of shows, with its production of "Madagascar A Musical Adventure, Jr."...more

Troopers Seizing More Pot on State Roadways 

Minnesota State Troopers say they're seizing more marijuana on state roadways. State Patrol Colonel Matt Langer says troopers seized more than 500 pounds of marijuana in recent weeks...more

Emergency Food Officials say Trump Budget Could Mean Trouble for Hungry Minnesotans 

This week's budget proposal by the Trump administration increases defense spending and cuts social safety-net programs. That could mean trouble ahead for Minnesotans who get help from some governmental programs...more

Last Call for Entries for Monticello Camera Club Photo Show 

The last call is on for entries for the 15th Annual Monticello Photo Show, which is taking place March 17th and 18th at the Best Western Chelsea Hotel in Monticello...more

Investigation Continues Into Death of Waverly Resident, Shawn Medley 

The investigation is continuing into the death of a Wright County man whose body was discovered in neighboring Meeker County over the weekend...more

Healthcare Officials Still Strongly Urge Flu Shots for Those Who Have Not Received One 

Officials continue to urge everyone who can be vaccinated to get a flu shot. It's been a particularly harsh flu season throughout the country and here in Minnesota, and officials say the number of those who have become ill is the highest since 2009...more

Federal Budget Compromise Includes Community Health Center Funding 

The budget deal recently reached by Congress and approved by the president provides $7 billion for Community Health Centers across the country, including 70 locations in Minnesota...more

Still Time for Energy Assistance 

It's not too late to apply for energy assistance through the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program, or, LIHEAP...more

Flu Season Continues at Aggressive Pace 

There doesn't appear to be any let up with seasonal influenza. Karen Martin with the Minnesota Department of Health says the flu continues to sicken hundreds...more

Silver Lake Man Injured in Crash With Wrong-Way Driver in Nicollet County 

A man from Silver Lake was injured in a two-vehicle crash over the weekend in Nicollet County...more

Farmers Reminded of New Regulations on Application of Dicamba 

As farmers begin preparations for the upcoming planting season, U-of-M Extension educator Dave Nicolai says they need make sure they are aware of some rules changes in applying the weed killer Dicamba, as it is now on the restricted-use list...more