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Senior adviser to Secretary of Interior tours Minnesota River

GRANITE FALLS — More than two decades of work to clean up the Minnesota River has brought together a diverse partnership of stakeholders in the state’s namesake watershed, and produced something once unimaginable.

West Central Tribune, 11/16/2012

Olivia, Minn., mourns loss of business owner who believed in giving back

OLIVIA — Olivia is mourning the death of an independent business owner who exemplified the belief that customer service and giving back to the community are the guiding rules for operating a small town business.

West Central Tribune, 11/13/2012

MPCA says results are being seen on troubled Minnesota River

WILLMAR — Efforts to reduce phosphorus reaching the Minnesota River are producing results, according to the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency.

West Central Tribune, 11/13/2012

Lake Lillian, Minn., voters await word on next mayor

LAKE LILLIAN — The next mayor of Lake Lillian could be Kenneth Wittman, if he accepts the job.

West Central Tribune, 11/08/2012

Montevideo, Minn., man seeking 2nd-degree murder plea in girl’s death

MONTEVIDEO — The 25-year-old Montevideo man charged in the fatal stabbing of a co-worker has filed a motion seeking to enter a guilty plea to second-degree murder.

West Central Tribune, 11/06/2012

AMPI plant closure in Dawson, Minn., to affect 130 employees

DAWSON — Associated Milk Producers Inc. will be closing its manufacturing facility in Dawson by the end of the year, workers there were informed Friday.

West Central Tribune, 11/06/2012

Rural sourcing, technology provides competitive edge for Granite Falls, Minn., manufacturer

GRANITE FALLS — While many American manufacturers outsourced their work to low wage, overseas locations, Marr Valve Company kept it rural.

West Central Tribune, 11/06/2012

Candidates find plenty to spar about

WILLMAR — District 17 senate and 17B house legislative candidates found plenty to spar about, a few things to agree on, but always differed on whether the Legislature is working as it should.

West Central Tribune, 11/03/2012

Deer hunters preparing to take to the fields

NEW LONDON — Hunters are looking forward to the opening of the deer firearm season on Saturday with lots of optimism, and they should.

West Central Tribune, 11/02/2012

Vogel cites successes

WILLMAR — With only limited support from the state party in 2010, Bruce Vogel of rural Willmar upset a heavily favored incumbent to become the first Republican to represent Kandiyohi County in the state House of Representatives in 14 years.

West Central Tribune, 10/31/2012

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