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Today’s news update – Rep. Bly agrees with Dayton on gas tax increase; Adult posse members wanted; Before Labor Day start a reality this year?; Got potholes? Tell it to the City
T.J. Heinricy, Street and Parks Superintendent for the City of Northfield and General Chair of the Defeat of Jesse James Days, joins hosts Corey Butler and Brad Ness in the debut of “This Northfield Life”. Listen for the show and a new guest each Wednesday at 6:00pm. This Nfld Life 3-25-15
Jeff Johnson speaks with Northfield Library’s Joan Ennis about Northfield Reads – a community wide reading program. The Human Rights Commission, along with several other groups chose ‘Enrique’s Journey‘ as it appeals to both adults and young adults. It’s the true story of 17 year old Enrique as he works to come to the U.S. […]
The future of Juvenile Life Without Release Sentences in Minnesota By John L. Fossum Rice County Attorney The legislature has two crime-related bills under consideration on an issue of particular significance for Rice County, juvenile life without release sentences. The United States Supreme Court decided in the case of Miller v. Alabama that an automatic […]
Dan Van Tassel is a retired college professor and author of the book “Back to Barron”.
Jeff Johnson speaks with State Senator Kevin Dahle, from District 20 regarding current issues with the State Senate Sessions on3-27-15.
Today’s news update – Getaway driver sentenced in connection with shooting; NAFRS a taxing authority?; Dundas likely to acquire park land; Bly concerned over environmental cuts
Getaway driver sentenced in connection with shooting 30 year old Tammy Lynn McGerr of Northfield was sentenced yesterday in Rice County court after pleading guilty to driving the van that Shane Michael Hejl used to flee the scene of a crime. Hejl was sentenced in February to 122 months in the shooting of Travis Frederick […]