Monthly Archives: May 2011

Now they’re hired, and now they’re not…at least for now

By Charlie Warner Argus News Editor On May 17, by a 2-1 vote, the Houston County Board approved a motion to hire four full-time and two part-time jailer/dispatchers (five full time equivalents, FTE) that are needed once the County Justice … Continue reading

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County board, airport commission will meet June 20 to discuss changes

By Charlie Warner Argus News Editor “I was directed by the county board to inform you that at Tuesday’s meeting it was the county board’s consensus to disband the airport commission due to the lack of progress.  In the future … Continue reading

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High tech water meters for city?

By Charlie Warner Argus News Editor Will the city of Caledonia become “high tech” when it comes to reading water meters? It could happen, depending on the numbers. The council listened to a 30-minute presentation by Paul Thom of HD … Continue reading

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Season ends for Lions in Section 1AA tournament

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Scanners to go dead this summer when 800 MHz system energizes

By Craig Moorhead Special for the Argus “We probably sell 15-20 scanners a year,” Sue Bauer of Affordable Technology Solutions in Caledonia said last week. “I don’t think I’ll be stocking too many of the new digital models right away,” … Continue reading

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Caledonia remembers on Memorial Day

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Apple Valley residents mark Memorial Day

Hundreds of Apple Valley area residents turned out during a Memorial Day service on Monday, May 30 to honor those who have died in service to the United States. The event was held at Veterans Memorial Park in Apple Valley. … Continue reading

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Baseball: Patriots season ended by defending state champs

By PATRICK SLACK Sports Editor patrick.slack@mcrecord.com It just wasn’t meant to be for the Upsala-Swanville Area (USA) baseball team Tuesday afternoon. The Patriots fell 5-0 to the defending state champions, Eden Valley-Watkins (EVW), as their season came to an end. … Continue reading

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Rosemount honors Memorial Day

The Rosemount American Legion and VFW organized a Memorial Day ceremony in Rosemount Central Park on Monday, May 30. Many local residents attended the ceremony despite a threat of rain. Among those participating in the event were the Rosemount 34th … Continue reading

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McCaughan-Nelson

Bethany and Luke Nelson announce that they were married on May 20, 2011 at the Hamline United Methodist Church in Saint Paul, MN. The ceremony was officiated by Rev. Peter Boelke of Hamline UMC, Rev. Dr. Larry D. Johnson, uncle … Continue reading

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