As a brisk hour-long March 21 community forum detailing St. Peter’s proposed solar energy options wrapped up, many in attendance applauded.
The 14th annual Women Celebrating Women event, which honors local women for their contributions and service to the St. Peter area, will feature keynote speaker Helen Olson.
Plans continue to move forward in possibly contracting with a private food service company to handle St. Peter Public Schools’ expanded facilities beginning the 2017-18 school year.
The proposed $31.3 million expansion of River’s Edge Hospital and Clinic consumed a 75-minute chunk of Monday’s St. Peter City Council work session, with all signs pointing strongly toward a formal endorsement of the plan.
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The glowing face of the clock radio was not my friend.
Question: Are the blue or Xenon headlamps legal in Minnesota?
Remember that old adage “My word is my bond,” spoken prior to the handshake that sealed the deal.
The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency challenges residents to check for water leaks in their homes during national Fix-a-Leak Week, March 20-26. The average U.S. household wastes more than 10,000 gallons of water a year through leaks.