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ST. PAUL — Minnesota legislators worked to wrap up details of their big budget bills Monday ahead of a midnight adjournment, while haggling began over the timing and length of a special session later this week to pass those packages and complete the state’s next two-year budget.

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There have always been issues with teenagers and smoking, whether it’s smoking cigarettes or smoking marijuana. But, Wright County is dealing with an epidemic of young smokers who have taken to vaping – smoking out of a cartridge that most times is odorless and doesn’t create the smoke that …

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Memorial Day weekend signals the start of the summer boating season, but boaters should keep in mind water temperatures remain spring-like. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources urges boaters to wear life jackets no matter the water temperature or season, but it’s especially importan…

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In 1962, President John F. Kennedy signed a proclamation designating May 15 as the annual Peace Officers Memorial Day and the week that includes it as Peace Officers Week. Twenty years later, construction began on the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington D.C., a permanent…

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Minnesotans with an all-terrain vehicle registered for private or agricultural use won’t need to pay the additional registration fee ($53.50 for three years) to ride the state’s public ATV trails, Friday through Sunday, June 7-9. Out-of-state riders can explore Minnesota ATV trails that week…

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The Wright Carver Breakfast on the Farm will take place on Saturday, June 22 at Hoese Dairy Inc, in Mayer, Minnesota. The Century Farm is owned and operated by Scott, Yvonne, and Eric Hoese. In addition to milking dairy cows, the farm also grows corn, soybeans and alfalfa. The family is exci…

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Beginning on May 28, the Wright County Highway Department, as part of its vegetation management program, will be scheduling some roadside vegetation work along all Wright County highways. 

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For the last year, the Wright County Board of Commissioners have met at board and committee meetings to discuss the options with the current county courthouse and where county employees will be located in the coming years. That debate is likely going to come end April 30, as a vote is planne…

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The Buffalo PRCA Championship Rodeo in Buffalo, Minn. will celebrate their 65th anniversary June 20, 21 and 22.  The Buffalo Rodeo Committee is busy planning a big celebration including three performances, hiring America’s most entertaining rodeo clown and barrel man, Trent McFarland and pro…

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The Wright County Board took action on the following items at its April 16 meeting. They were compiled by John Holler.

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For more than 30 years, the Wright County Board of Commissioners have met four Tuesdays a month and, in some form – whether via VHS tape, DVD video or live streaming – has been broadcast to residents of the county.

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 As a general rule, law enforcement – whether it be for the cops on the street or the prosecution of felony cases – is expensive. One of the tools law enforcement has in the battle against high-end felony drug cases has been the ability to seize cash and property and, if convictions are obta…

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For the last several months, the Wright County Board of Commissioners has danced around the issue of whether or not the county is going to invest to build a new Government Center. At the April 2 meeting of the board, it became obvious that the plan is to move forward quickly to finalize the …