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The University of Minnesota’s Resilient Communities Project (RCP) is pleased to announce that Carver County has been selected as its partner community for the 2015-16 academic year. The partnership will bring the expertise of the University and hundreds of graduate and professional students to sus...Read More
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Carver County Sheriff Jim Olson recently announced several days and weeks of recognition for Public Safety Personnel serving the citizens of Carver County. National Correctional Officers Week The first full week each May is officially designated as National Correctional Officers Week by the American...Read More
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By Jim Gilbert The air is filled with sounds of birds now in late April. We hear the loud rattling of belted kingfishers, wood peckers drumming, the chattering of tree swallows, mourning doves cooing, and Canada geese honking. Added to this is the “cheer-up” song of the American robin, the disti...Read More
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Jeffrey Engholm has joined the team at Trinity Lutheran Church in Watertown as the new head pastor, and the welcome has been nothing short of positive. “It has been over the top,” Engholm said. “The community and the congregation have been so welcoming.” Engholm credits all the people that h...Read More
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Broadband Corporation announced it would no longer provide service to the City of Mayer after the Mayer City Council and Broadband were unable to reach a lease agreement during the council’s April 13 meeting. The discussion, months in the making, concluded when Anthony Will of Broadband declared t...Read More
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State Rep. Jim Nash and Carver County Commissioner Tim Lynch spoke about their progress and struggles on a variety of topics at the regular Watertown City Council meeting on April 14. One of the biggest topics discussed was about the Metropolitan Council and its impacts on Carver County. Lynch said ...Read More
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