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The new Spring Valley Public Utilities substation, which will help distribute electricity to Spring Valley more reliably, is nearly complete.
GRETCHEN MENSINK LOVEJOY/SPRING VALLEY TRIBUNE The new Spring Valley Public Utilities substation, which will help distribute electricity to Spring Valley more reliably, is nearly complete.
Wednesday, March 22, 2017 11:38 AM
Spring Valley on track to improve quality, reliability of electric service
  • The Spring Valley City Council continued to deal with the aftermath of the former Tamarack Cafe building on Broadway Avenue as the councilors discussed the next steps during their March 13 meeting.
  • Kingsland’s School Board convened Thursday evening, March 16, for its second Thursday workshop in a row to review finances and facility options as new board members Jackie Horsman, Tiffany Mundfrom and Heather Betts had earlier requested to be given a primer on the district’s standings in relation to its needs.
  • New substation nearly complete
    Spring Valley on track to improve quality, reliability of electric service
  • Memorial committee contemplates next projects as warm weather returns
    With the snow melting, the Wykoff Veterans Memorial Committee was eagerly preparing for upcoming work during its March 14 meeting.
  • “It’s been a quiet month,” said Spring Valley Public Library director Jenny Simon, reporting to the Library Board last Tuesday, March 14, as the regular monthly meeting was held two evenings earlier than usual due to scheduling conflicts.  
  • Wykoff City Council members handled housekeeping items, including accepting the resignation of the city attorney, during the council’s monthly meeting held Monday, March 13.  
  • Fillmore County commissioners voted during the Tuesday, March 14, meeting to dispense with reimbursement for use of personal cell phones, as they determined by vote it is not necessary for county employees to receive reimbursement for their calling and data plans as they conduct county business. 
  • TeKnights end season on high note at regional competition
    The Kingsland robotics team, The TeKnights, did really well this year, making school history at the season-ending regional competition in Duluth March 1 to 5. 
  • A man allegedly in a mental health crisis and in possession of a loaded weapon surrendered without incident in Fillmore County to law enforcement officers from various departments after an encounter that lasted about 35 minutes Friday, March 17.

  • The bill for a veterans home in Fillmore County was approved in the Minnesota House State Government Finance Committee Thursday, March 16.
  • Wykoff suspect in custody  after two arrests on Friday
    A Wykoff man is in custody after being arrested by Fillmore County deputies twice in one day, Friday, March 17, for possession of methamphetamine and then for terroristic threats shortly after posting bail for the first offense.
  • Spring Valley Food Shelf seeks support during Food Share Month
    The warmer breezes blowing into the area not only bring hope that spring is near, but also that the Spring Valley area’s rich tradition of giving back continues to flourish as the Spring Valley Area Food Shelf welcomes the Minnesota FoodShare March Campaign.
  • Wykoff suspect in custody  after two arrests on Friday

    A Wykoff man is in custody after being arrested by Fillmore County deputies twice in one day Friday, March 17, for possession of methamphetamine and then for terroristic threats shortly after posting bail for the first offense.

  • A man allegedly in a mental health crisis and in possession of a loaded weapon surrendered without incident in Fillmore County to law enforcement officers from various departments after an encounter that lasted about 35 minutes Friday, March 17.

  • Workshop focuses on curriculum
    Kingsland’s School Board and administration met during a workshop held last Tuesday, March 7, to review the school district’s curriculum and financial standing. The special session was called after the Feb. 22 school board meeting, at which new board members asked to for the information to be outlined for them in a workshop setting.  
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