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WWTP tour and process; Sen. Smith introduces teacher shortage bill; Nfld intros new mobile app

July 16, 2018

Last Friday, City Councilors and media were invited to tour the Wastewater Treatment Plant.  Utilities Manager Justin Wagner and Public Works Director Dave Bennett took us on an hour-long tour showing where the 3 major events have happened since January, including the latest wherein 1 million gallons of sewage had to be discharged into the Cannon River due to a pipe break and the (more…)

WWTP photos from tour

July 16, 2018

City Councilors and local media were invited on a tour of Northfield’s Wastewater Treatment Plant after 3 major events since January.  One of which led to the dumping of one million gallons of sewage into the Cannon River.  Another which destroyed $5 million worth of equipment and will cost more due to trucking of sewage till about the end of the year.

Stream is now working

July 13, 2018

Technical issues?  Gremlins?  Who knows…. EXCEPT that our stream is ON!  Thanks for your patience!

Charges filed in boulder crash in Hastings

July 13, 2018

Dakota County Attorney James Backstrom announced that Joseph Paul Czeck, age 33 of Hastings, was charged* today with four counts of Criminal Vehicular Homicide in connection with a fatal crash that occurred on July 9, 2018, which took the lives of 67-year-old Karen Christiansen and 32-year-old Jena Christiansen, both of Shoreview.  An 1,100 pound boulder fell off the back of the commercial truck Czeck was driving and struck the vehicle driven by Karen Christiansen. The driver of the truck continued to drive away and did not return to the scene of the accident.     Click the full press release below:

Charges in fatal crash – Dakota Co. press release


ALC focus on attendance and “life plan”; “Only 5% of the audits are this clean” says Auditor for NH&C; CAC turns 50; St. Olaf Prof and team on AGT

July 13, 2018

Superintendent Dr. Matt Hillmann says a dramatic change he’s seen in schools, particularly the last decade, is the level of support OUTSIDE the classroom. Northfield High School Principal Joel Leer and ALC Director Darryl Kehler presented their continued improvement plans for the 2018/19 school year to the Board Monday night. Hillmann said the end goal for both schools is graduation but they come at it differently.  For the Area Learning Center, attendance is the biggest hurdle.  Hillmann said they do a lot of unique things to get kids to school.  It’s not that (more…)

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