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Benson police officers honored by council

At Monday night’s Benson City Council, Mayor Jack Evenson set aside the start of the meeting to honor members of the

County seeks moratorium on wind, solar projects

A proposal to place a temporary moratorium on large wind and solar projects will be open to citizen comment at a publ

Tiny fire truck promotes education, supports firefighters

With their little fire engine Benson Fire Chief Jeff Reuss and his wife Janie have been traveling to area parades and

Heavy snow brings area much needed moisture

In like a lamb out like a lion. March has reversed the saying that often applies to the month’s weather.

All Things Country

 “All Things Country” was the theme of the Benson Elementary School’s grades one through three concert at the Perform

Meteorological winter was second warmest

Meteorological winter, the period from Dec. 1 to Feb. 29, was the second warmest on record for the Benson area.

Secretary of State Simon urges students to register to vote; become election judges

Now is the time to start thinking about your right to vote, Minnesota Secretary of State Steve Simon told Benson High

Old creamery could become event center, if hurdles cleared

Whether or not a new business will be able to renovate the old creamery building between the Burlington Northern Sant

County says new flag issue is not in its ‘wheelhouse’

At the start of each Swift County Board of Commissioners meeting, there is a time set aside for citizens who want to

Questions but no controversy on Dooley’s pipeline

Nearly 40 people attended last Tuesday night’s joint public hearing of the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission and

Ice becoming dangerous as unusually warm weather returns

After the latest ice-in dates on record, and then a bitterly bold stretch of weather in mid-January that raised the h

County Veterans tour Fagen Fighters WWII Museum

Swift County veterans were joined by veterans from Chippewa, Lac qui Parle, and Yellow Medicine counties last Thursda

Floods, drought, heat, top ‘23 weather stories

2023 was year of precipitation and temperature extremes.

Changes to Braves name, logo will be implemented slowly

Be patient and see what challenges evolve. Seek allies. Lobby for funding and an extended deadline.

December warmest, wettest on record

Late December saw people water skiing on Green Lake, paddle boarding on Lake Minnewaska, and fishing on Artichoke Lak

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