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Not thrilled with having to approve a conditional use building permit "after the fact," county commissioners will be looking at raising the fine for those who build on their properties without first getting approval for the building from the county.

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Long-time Washburn resident Raymond Wicklander began collecting machinery when he first laid eyes on an antique, wood threshing machine.

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"I’m concerned about the way the commission operates. Unless you get on the agenda, you can’t speak."

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Farmers aren’t granted sick pay or a leave of absence from their job when the need strikes.

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July 9, 2014

Last American Highway

"Some people want to spend their two-week vacation on the beach. I want to spend mine on the open road.

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Joan Zimmerman is Washburn’s new city auditor, stepping up into the role vacated by Milissa Price, who resigned in May.

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Socrates once said, "The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new."

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A little bit of rain here or there didn’t dampen the spirits of those attending the McLean County Fair last weekend, particularly the racing fans, as the gate at both the stock car and enduro races indicated a pretty good showing.

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Sunshine, hot dogs galore, good music and activities for both young and old contributed to the success of this year’s Lewis & Clark Riverboat Days.

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Like most any 4-year-old little girl, Ava Tweeten loves to help her mom, Bridgett, in the kitchen.

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