September 2017

Thu
07
Sep
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An Ordinance to Amend Chapter VI

AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND
CHAPTER VI, LIQUOR AND BEER, OF THE DANVERS CITY CODE TO ELIMINATE THE MUNICIPAL LIQUOR DISPENSARY AND TO PERMIT THE ISSUANCE OF ON SALE AND OFF SALE LIQUOR LICENSES WITHIN THE CITY OF DANVERS

The City of Danvers does ordain:

  Chapter VI. Liquor and Beer, of the Danvers City Code is hereby repealed in its entirety and is hereby replaced by the following:

Thu
07
Sep
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Public Notice

PUBLIC NOTICE

Notice of aerial spraying to take place at:
Danvers Wildlife Management Area (WMA);
Herbicide labeled for aquatic use will be used to control narrow leaf and hybrid cattail.
The purpose of this treatment is to improve waterfowl habitat.
Aerial spraying to occur between Aug. 16 -31.
All affected public access points will be posted at time of treatment.
Comments or questions can be directed to:
DNR APPLETON AREA WILDLIFE OFFICE
14047 20th St. Northwest
Watson, MN 56295
(320) 734-4451
8-16-1c

Wed
06
Sep
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David Charles Stiel

David Charles Stiel

David Charles Stiel

February 11, 1966 – September 1, 2017

Wed
06
Sep
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Cross-country teams compete at Morris and LQP-DB

Will Magaard runs for the Benson-KMS boys cross-country team during the meet at Morris Area last Monday.  The teams are set to compete at Long Prairie-GE and NLS this week.

Cross-country teams compete at Morris and LQP-DB

 

The Benson-KMS cross-country teams opened up the season at the Morris Area Invitational last Monday afternoon and the Lac qui Parle Invitational, Thursday.

Jon Tostenson and Allie Mitteness led their respective teams in both meets as the Benson-KMS boys had a high finish of second place at the LQP-DB Invitational, just behind the champion Eagle team.

This week, Benson-KMS does not have any meets as it gets ready for two more meets next week, Monday, Sept. 11 at Long Prairie-GE, and Thursday, Sept. 14 at the NLS Invitational.

at Morris Invitational
The Benson-KMS cross-country teams, under the guidance of first-year coach Samantha VanHeuveln, opened up the season at the Morris Invitational last.......

Wed
06
Sep
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KMS Celebrates a Win

Members of the KMS volleyball team celebrate after earning the final point of its four-game win over Benson last week.

Members of the KMS volleyball team celebrate after earning the final point of its four-game win over Benson last week.
 

Wed
06
Sep
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Minnewaska edges girls tennis team, 5-2

Amy Zniewski puts away a shot at the net during a third doubles match against Minnewaska last week in Benson.

Minnewaska edges girls tennis team, 5-2

 

The Benson-KMS girls tennis team split a pair of matches to open up the conference schedule last week.

Benson-KMS shut out MACCRAY to open up last week’s action last Tuesday night and then hosted Minnewaska Area, Thursday, with the Lakers pulling out a 5-2 decision.

Benson-KMS, now 3-3 overall and 1-1 in the conference, has two more matches this week, beginning with a home match against Morris Area, Tuesday (yesterday) and continuing with a match at Long Prairie-Grey Eagle, Thursday (tomorrow).

Through the early portion of the schedule, Susan Knutson, Stacy Johnson, Anna Samuelson, and Gracie Lenz all lead the Fighting Braves with 4-2 record.

Benson-KMS 7, MACCRAY 0
The Fighting Braves improved to 3-2 overall with a 7-0 sweep at MACCRAY last Tuesday night.
 Benson-KMS gave up just.......

Wed
06
Sep
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KMS volleyball rallies for 3-1 win over Braves

Claire Ricard (11) hits the ball over the net for Benson during a match against KMS last week.

KMS volleyball rallies for 3-1 win over Braves

 

The Benson volleyball team pulled out a fourth-game 31-29 decision over Minnewaska Area, Thursday to give the Braves their first victory of the season.  Earlier in the week, the Braves fell to KMS in four games in the season opener last Tuesday in Benson, 25-11, 20-25, 22-25, 14-25.

Wed
06
Sep
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Saints edge Braves in two OT’s, 34-28

Matt Tolifson (2) stiff-arms KMS’ Brandon Rasmusson (14) before scooting around right end to complete a 57-yard touchdown pass from Will Enderson to open up the scoring, Friday night at Murdock

Saints edge Braves in two OT’s, 34-28

 

Both teams had their chances, but only one team would leave the Murdock football field as the winner and the other was destined to leave disappointed.

The Benson Braves rallied from an early 15-8 deficit to go up 28-22, but the KMS Saints rallied with a late touchdown on a 15-yard pass from Caleb Collins to Weston Gjerde to tie up the score and then scored the winning touchdown in the second overtime when Collins ran around right end from the three-yard line on fourth down, giving the Saints the hardearned 34-28, double-overtime victory.

Total yardage for the game was fairly close as KMS held a 336-253 advantage in total yards, but Benson got 155 of its yards on only three plays and was held to just 98 yards in its other 41 plays combined.

Wed
06
Sep
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Dreamers Are Essential To America’s Future

Dreamers Are Essential To America’s Future

 

by Reed Anfinson
Publisher, Swift County Monitor-News

 

With Congress unable to pass immigration legislation that ensured children who have been brought here as infants or very young children would not be deported after growing up in America, President Obama acted on his own in 2012. He issued the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, executive order that protects them from deportation.

Conservative Republicans called Obama’s DACA executive order extreme presidential overreach and unconstitutional.

Tue
05
Sep
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John D. Leaders

John D. Leaders

John D. Leaders

 

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