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Blue Mounds State Park reopens

July 14, 2014 in Uncategorized

LUVERNE — One month after torrential rains flooded Mound Creek and compromised a 1930s-era dam that practically emptied the man-made recreational lake inside Blue Mounds State Park, the park reopened Monday to visitors.

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Sandy: not blown out of proportion

November 13, 2012 in Alexandria Echo Press

Almost everything Audrey Pagano knows from her childhood is gone.
“The whole neighborhood is wiped out homes that have been there for a long time,” said Pagano.
An Alexandria resident for 37 years, Pagano grew up in Staten Island, New York, where Hurricane Sandy ripped a path of destruction on October 29. Continue Reading

SD Supreme Court overturns award in fuel dispute

July 5, 2012 in The Daily Republic

PIERRE (AP) A split South Dakota Supreme Court on Thursday overturned a lower court ruling that ordered the owner of two North Sioux City convenience stores to pay more than $925,000 in damages to a fuel supplier.
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‘Terrible Devastation’

June 21, 2012 in Worthington Daily Globe

Governor views damage as estimates top $100 million
DULUTH With all Northland residents apparently safe from immediate danger, state, federal and local officials began assessing damage Thursday from this week’s torrential rains and flash flood and already are putting the price tag well beyond $100 million. Continue Reading

19-year-old sentenced for burglarizing home

January 24, 2011 in West Central Tribune

WILLMAR A 19-year-old Spicer teen was sentenced Monday to 60 days in custody, probation until his 21st birthday and 100 hours of community service on a second-degree burglary charge for breaking into a Willmar home.
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Damage assessment in Windom continues

September 30, 2010 in Worthington Daily Globe

Townships report $300K of damaged infrastructure
WINDOM Townships in Cottonwood County have reported $300,000 worth of damaged infrastructure from last week’s floods, Emergency Management Director Kim Hall said Thursday. Continue Reading