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  • Tindolph Beach

    “Bring back the beach!” The comment this week from Alderman Josh Hagen as the Thief River Falls City Council approved Tindolph Beach at Bill LaFave Park as the location of a proposed Community Splash Park. …

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    22 Feb 17
  • Math

    A trio of Lincoln High School Students finished in the top twenty five percent at the Regional Math Counts competition on Friday at Northland Community and Technical College in Thief River Falls. Thief River Falls …

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    10 Feb 17
  • Pennington County Court House

    A number of personnel issues were before the Pennington County Board, meeting in Regular Session this week. The County swore in longtime Veteran Services Officer Steve Stone. The Board approved the resignation of maintenance staff …

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    26 Jan 17
  • Peyton School Topic

    $500,000 in budget cuts and perhaps more. The Thief River Falls School Board this week approved an half million dollars as a target number for immediate budget adjustments in the face of deficit spending. Business …

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    26 Jan 17
  • splash park

    Plenty of interest, but no clear choice when it comes to the location of a proposed Thief River Falls Community Splash Park, after a meeting this week to gauge options as the city begins a …

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    11 Jan 17
  • Peyton School Topic

    The first meeting of a New Year for the Thief River Falls School Board Monday night. Superintendent Bradley Bergstrom reviewed nominations and elections procedures and acting chairman Mike Spears called for nominations for various offices. …

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    10 Jan 17
  • sollom

    Considering the tone of Thief River Falls City Council Meetings, the tune may be more to the Mayor’s liking in the future. In a very public gift presentation this week, Second Ward Alderman Don Sollom …

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    05 Jan 17
  • Board

    The American Legion in Thief River Falls was filled last week as constituents, government leaders and others paid tribute to long-time District #5 County Commissioner Oliver “Skip” Swanson, who will leave the Pennington County Board …

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    28 Dec 16