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Multiple stakeholders were present at the April school board meeting to discuss the possibility of establishing a full-time school resource officer (SRO) for Osakis Public Schools. Representatives from the City of Osakis, the Osakis Police Department and the Osakis City Council discussed the new...
The City of Long Prairie is still waiting for a new city administrator as the city council decided to hold second interviews for the top two candidates. At a special meeting held April 24, the Long Prairie City Council voted to hold second interviews with Steve Jones, Clary City administrator, and...
The Long Prairie-Grey Eagle School Board heard concerns from Jodi Dixon, former mayor of Long Prairie, at their April 15 meeting. Dixon told the board she attended their special meeting March 27 where the board took disciplinary action against Supt. Daniel Ludvigson. The meeting could have been a...
JoAnn Schroeder was sworn in as council member at the Long Prairie City Council meeting on April 1, 2024. Now, a full five-member council was ready to make decisions on the agenda for the evening. City Attorney Joseph Krueger and consulting engineer Kent Louwagie were also present. Luan Brunkhorst...
The Long Prairie-Grey Eagle School Board considered a Solar for Schools Grant at their regular meeting March 18. The grant could award $500,000 to $675,000 in funding toward solar panels that would be installed on the roof of the elementary and secondary schools. “This is a unique program,...
The Todd County Board of Commissioners adopted a resolution on April 2 to proclaim April 2024 as Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Todd County aims to join with others around the world in committing to prevent sexual abuse, assault, and harassment. Barb Dinkel Goodrich of Hands of Hope requested the...
At the regularly scheduled Osakis School Board meeting on March 11, Superintendent Justin Dahlheimer shared about an upcoming telephone survey that will guide the district’s strategic planning process. The Morris Leatherman Company will conduct the surveys using a local call center that will reach...
The regularly scheduled Osakis City Council meeting on March 11 saw increased attendance due to discussion of a charitable gambling ordinance. At the request of the Economic Development Authority, the council discussed an ordinance imposing 10 percent of proceeds from charitable gambling be...
The Transfer Station is gearing up for a $10 million overhaul with the help of a Capital Assistant Program (CAP) Grant. A series of approvals for the project were made by Todd County commissioners at their regular meeting on March 19. The Transfer Station will get a new building, scale house,...
Pickleball has gained in popularity over the last few years, and the city of Long Prairie is considering adding courts. Members from the Lions presented to the Long Prairie City Council on March 18 about the possibility of adding a pickleball court at Lake Charlotte, to be constructed over the...

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