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The Royalton City Council held a public hearing Tuesday, to hear a request by Hollie and Gene Binkley to vacate a utility and drainage easement on the former Gene’s Repair site off Highway 10 on Willow Street. The Council also considered a split of the property. Both requests were unanimousl…

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The Royalton Drama Club will host its second Halloween fundraising event Wednesday, Oct. 31, from 5:30 p.m. – 8 p.m. Guests can enter at the Royalton activities entrance at the high school to enjoy crafting, treats, games, face painting, photo ops and a haunted stage.

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To provide our readers with information to help them in their decision-making at the polls during the Nov. 6 General Election, the Record sent out a questionnaire to each of the candidates who filed for a seat on their district’s school board in Morrison County. Only candidates in races wher…

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A six-week parent training program designed by the Love and Logic Institute Inc. will be held in Royalton, beginning Monday, Nov. 5 and continuing Mondays, Nov. 12, 19, 26 and Dec. 3 and 10. All sessions are free and will take place in the Royalton Elementary School media center, from 6 p.m.…

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The Royalton Lions, Federation of Teachers and Royalton Community Education will host a “Meet the Candidates” forum at 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 8, at the Royalton High School/Middle School cafetorium.

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Royalton High School has announced the candidates for homecoming queen and king. Coronation is Sunday, Sept. 30, at 6 p.m. High School Cafetorium. Candidates include front row (from left): queen candidates: Daytona Schultz, Morgan Wagner, Jenna Carlson, Angela Knettel and Jasmine Lodermeier.…

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The Bowlus Post Office will resume operations Wednesday, Sept. 12, after being temporarily closed. The office was closed as crews worked to identify potential health and safety hazards once evidence of water damage was noticed.

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Royalton will be hopping with fun, food and fireworks when the city hosts “Fire Up the Diamonds” at the Royalton High School grounds, Saturday, July 7. For the past two years, the city called the event “Fire Up the Splash Pad” and it was held on the north end of town at the splash park. The …

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Carol Cassman, longtime Royalton resident and devoted volunteer, retired from her many activities in March. Nearing nine decades of life, it was simply time to go into a new season of life, moving to live near her daughter. Cassman was celebrated for her contributions to life in Royalton wit…

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One hundred sixty projects have been received by Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) to be considered in the 2018 Corridors of Commerce Program. From these recommended projects MnDOT will award $400 million to be used on the selected projects across the state.

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When Taryn Czech, 16, of Rice, was asked to be the Mississippi Valley Cattleman Association’s 2018 Beef Princess, it wasn’t parades or tiaras she had at the forefront of her mind, but rather the kids in the area she hoped to educate on the importance of farming in our country.

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Commissioner Shawn Hardy of the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) announced the city of Royalton has been approved for a $227,014 grant to assist with the installation of infrastructure in the city’s industrial park.

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   Action taken at Wednesday’s Royalton City Council meeting will answer some of the city’s Public Works Department space needs. The Council approved the purchase of the former South Side Sports property, owned by Jeff Deering, for $300,000.

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Eleven of the 17 Royalton students who took part in regional Business Professionals of America (BPA) competition in Alexandria, Jan. 26, advanced to state competition in March. Students who competed included front row (from left): John Poppen, Greyson Suska, Isaiah Hall and Grace Gall. Secon…