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The Hamburg City Council isn’t likely to see change this year with all incumbents seeking re-election. Mayor Richard Malz and council members Chris Lund, Steven Trebesch and Robert Gregonis are all vying to recapture their spots. We have asked the candidates to provide some insight on how they will serve Hamburg if elected and where [...]

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One new face and a few familiar ones are vying for positions on the Norwood Young America City Council. Mayor Tina Diedrick is running for re-election unopposed while three people are vying for two spots on the council. Incumbents Jim Keller and Carol Lagergren are joined in the race by Francis Green. We have asked [...]

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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times Jon Lambrecht and the Central Softball Booster Club clearly expressed some urgency to the NYA City Council for the softball dugouts project during the council meeting on Monday, Oct. 13. Lambrecht, who had spoken to the council previously regarding the first and subsequent phases of dugouts for the softball fields, [...]

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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times An NYA mom with an eye for sales and savings is looking to making an impact on the NYA retail community. Michelle Simons opened Michelle’s Thrift and More on Oct. 1 and business has been great so far. Originally from the Hollywood Township area, Simons graduated from Watertown-Mayer High School [...]

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A Dahlgren Township man died after accidentally being buried in a drainage ditch on Sunday, Oct. 19. According to the Carver County Sheriff’s Office, a 9-1-1 call reported that a person had been buried in a ditch off of County Road 43, south of Highway 212, in Dahlgren Township at about 2:19 p.m. on Oct. [...]

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