Articles from the March 21, 2024 edition

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  • LEGAL NOTICE: North Fork Crow River Watershed district

    Randy Olson|Mar 21, 2024

    NOTICE TO NORTH FORK CROW RIVER WATERSHED DISTRICT RESIDENTS The Stearns County Board of Commissioners is seeking applicants for an appointment to the North Fork Crow River Watershed District Board of Managers. This appointment would serve a three-year term ending on May 9th, 2027. If you are interested in being appointed to this board, and you currently reside in the North Fork Crow River Watershed District in Stearns County, then please send a brief resume with some information about yourself that you would like to share with the County...

  • Smashing record turnout at Belgrade Lions chili cook-off (VIDEO)

    Randy Olson|Mar 21, 2024

    Year by year after the pandemic, the Belgrade Lions has built up the annual chili cook-off contest as a fundraiser for the B-B-E Area Food Shelf. This year, with a total of eight different parties providing chili, the Belgrade Lions was thrilled to have 93 individuals participate in the contest. They raised over $200 in loose donations to go with the $465 raised from the contest participants. Once all donations are tallied, a final announcement will be made in an upcoming newspaper issue with...

  • A St. Patrick's Day weekend to remember in Padua (VIDEO)

    Randy Olson|Mar 21, 2024

    The Dave and Clara Rooney family hosted their 44th annual St. Patrick's Day parade on Sunday. This was one of many events and sources of entertainment held at the Padua Pub on what was a two-day celebration for the community. On Saturday, over 550 arm bands were provided for patrons of the Padua Pub, and needless to say, a grand time was had by all. Dave Rooney reported that he believes they served at least 650 that night, all on the pub side, as the banquet hall was not in use on Saturday. On...

  • Don't let them off the hook! (VIDEO)

    Randy Olson|Mar 21, 2024

    At John Stossel's YouTube channel, he recently released a video encouraging the public not to let government officials off of the hook for what they did to us starting in March of 2020. In this video, Stossel says that four years ago, we were told we had "15 days to slow the spread." Covid's "15 days" turned into years, and the loss of our freedoms increased. It's important we don't forget what happened. The attached video lasts 6 minutes and 42 seconds....

  • The Voice office update for Tuesday, March 26

    Randy Olson|Mar 21, 2024

    The Bonanza Valley Voice newspaper office will be open throughout the day on Tuesday, March 26, but not continuously during normal business hours. Regular business hours are 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. After 10 a.m., the office number will be forwarded to the publisher's cell phone. The office number is 320-346-2400....

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