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Tip 411 information

November 10, 2017

TIP411: If you see something or hear something, then say something! Often students and parents have information about illegal activity, but don’t know how to report it or aren’t sure if they even should. Do your part to keep our community safe. Law enforcement agencies across Rice County are now accepting 100% ANONYMOUS crime tips via cell phone text messages or the internet.  Click below for complete information:

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BCA alert Suspicious male

November 9, 2017

MN BCA Alert

Eagle Lake Police took a report of a suspicious vehicle that threw a handful of coins in front of 4 kids on 11/08/17 in front of the Eagle Lake Firehall on Parkway. Two of those students reported contact with the same vehicle this morning, 11/09/17. One reported the vehicle followed behind him very slowly on Parkway. Other student reported the vehicle stopped, dropped cash, and ordered the student to get into his vehicle. That student reported he was wearing a suit and tie and a mask. The vehicle is described as a 4dr red car, little rust on side back, reported as either Toyota or Honda, red more like American Flag red but darker (American Flag used as reference). Plate could be Texas, possibly start GHX. Possibly a white male, blonde hair. Any same or similar please contact Chief Kopp with the Eagle Lake Police Department (5 07) 257-3110 or

Dulski found safe; Mayor suggests Washington St. an alternative for parking; Levy will provide “financial stability”; Nfld man charged in assault on pregnant girlfriend

November 9, 2017

A missing Northfield man has been found safe.  54 year old Anthony Dulski went missing on Monday.  Northfield Police Chief Monte Nelson said Dulski’s phone had been shut off and the family was concerned for his safety.  The BCA sent out an update at 8:40 this morning that Dulski had been found safe.  No other details were given from law enforcement.  Nelson thanked the community and all who helped locate Mr. Dulski.   (more…)

KYMN Climate Show

November 8, 2017

Al Anderson and Bruce Morlan introduce themselves as the hosts of a new monthly series on climate issues in the news and the science behind it as well as how they came to their beliefs.  With diverse backgrounds, their pursuit is knowledge and reason about our changing climate.    KYMN Climate Show will air the first Wednesday of the month at 11am.

Sea Level Rise Estimate Grows Jan’17

1824 – 1958 climate science pioneers

Yes to Levy – No to 2 new schools; Colby to fill out 2018; Career criminal gets 26 years; Hunter slips and shoots his thumb off

November 8, 2017

The School district’s $109 million bond referendum failed but the Operating Levy passed.  In a very tight vote, question one, the Operating levy, passed with 51.6% (4085 votes to 3831) of the vote, question two, the bond, which included 2 new schools, failed with 43.87% (3467 to 4436) of the vote.  There were over 7900 votes cast.  Superintendent Dr. Matt Hillmann commented this morning, “a school referendum is a question to the community and it’s our job as school leaders to put together what we think is the best situation for the students”.  They made their case to the community and “the community answers the question”.  In this case the community said (more…)


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