The Affect
  • VeteransDay

    AREA  VETERAN’S  DAY  SERVICES   *All Programs Are Monday, November 11th Unless Noted Otherwise*   STATE OF MINNESOTA: 8:30-9:30am Free Breakfast at the Veterans Memorial Community Center in Inver Grove Heights followed by the Program …

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    08 Nov 13
  • Flu2

    The Minnesota Department of Health reports that influenza activity remains low across the state.  The latest update shows three flu-related hospitalizations during the week ending November 2nd.  No schools or nursing homes reported outbreaks, and …

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    08 Nov 13
  • PropaneTruck

    Governor Dayton issued an Emergency Executive Order on Wednesday extending a state of emergency in Minnesota due to the late maturing of the corn crop across the upper Midwest. Under the Executive Order, drivers transporting …

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    07 Nov 13
  • gibbon

    The City of Gibbon has a new chief of police as of Wednesday. Longtime Gibbon Police Chief Mike Johnson submitted his resignation to the Gibbon City Council during its recent meeting, and it was accepted. …

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    07 Nov 13
  • GiveMN

    Give To The Max Day 2013 is next Thursday, November 14th. Spokesperson Dana Nelson says hundreds of non-profit organizations across the state will offer the opportunity to double your donation dollars with matching grants throughout …

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    07 Nov 13
  • NUCityCouncil2

    The New Ulm City Council on Tuesday approved an ordinance dealing with the penalties for liquor license violations. The city has a 2-tiered penalty system for businesses selling alcohol that do or do not participate …

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    06 Nov 13
  • SpeedLimit65

    The Minnesota Department of Transportation has announced that the posted speed limit on Highway 169 through the City of Belle Plaine will be increased from 55 to 65 miles-per-hour. The change is expected to take …

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    06 Nov 13
  • Voted

    Voters in 5 local area school districts voted on referendum questions Tuesday. The Nicollet School District asked for an additional $450 per-pupil for the next 3 years, and it was approved with 339-Yes votes to …

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    05 Nov 13