Thursday, January 22, 2015
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As one of his first actions as a new member of the Minnesota House of Representatives, Tim Miller, R-Prinsburg, is authoring legislation that would give local school boards the authority to decide when school starts or how many days a week there will be. Currently, the Minnesota Commissioner of... + continue reading
Thursday, January 22, 2015
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Benson High School’s indoor swimming pool will stay. That decision was made by the District 777 Board of Education at its meeting Tuesday, Jan. 13, as it considered a comprehensive facilities improvement project that will cost in the range of $15 million to $16 million. During the meeting... + continue reading
Thursday, January 15, 2015
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As it moves toward trying to adopt an ordinance to address blighted properties in the community, the Benson City Council continues to look at revisions to the original proposal. The first attempt to pass the blighted properties ordinance was dropped Oct. 6 after a petition by 127 Benson residents... + continue reading
Thursday, January 15, 2015
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The District 777 Board of Education held a pair of public meetings last week to discuss the proposed facilities improvement project. About 40 members of the community were in attendance during last Tuesday night’s meeting in the Junior High Auditorium, and a little more than that were there... + continue reading

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Thursday, 22/01/15
As one of his first actions as a new member of the Minnesota House of Representatives, Tim Miller, R-Prinsburg, is authoring legislation that would give local school boards the authority to decide when school starts or how many days a week there will be. Currently, the Minnesota Commissioner of... + continue reading
Thursday, 22/01/15
Benson High School’s indoor swimming pool will stay. That decision was made by the District 777 Board of Education at its meeting Tuesday, Jan. 13, as it considered a comprehensive facilities improvement project that will cost in the range of $15 million to $16 million. During the meeting... + continue reading
Thursday, 15/01/15
As it moves toward trying to adopt an ordinance to address blighted properties in the community, the Benson City Council continues to look at revisions to the original proposal. The first attempt to pass the blighted properties ordinance was dropped Oct. 6 after a petition by 127 Benson residents... + continue reading
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