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October 22, 2013

City deals with water

The City of Washburn recently received a 50 percent grant to cover a portion of the cost of a water intake remodel.

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Following an early October snowstorm, the City of Wilton stepped up and decided to remove tree branches from boulevards for residents.

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Commissioners voted to move forward with surveying for the next big street project in town at Monday’s regular city commission meeting.

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Crammed into an old building on Washburn’s Main Avenue, is one of the places of refuge for those in great need in the county.

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The options for fixing the Wilton football field were laid out for Wilton School Board members Wednesday night by the Wilton Park Board.

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Taking on a project to more than double the size of the Painted Woods Golf Course in one summer was a painstaking process.

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Vladyslav Cherevkov, a.k.a. Vlad, is one of two Ukraine students that performed well enough to be chosen for the Future Leaders Exchange (FLEX) program.

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A public hearing to hear the McLean County preliminary budget gain approval had no public comment Monday afternoon in Washburn.

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Proposed federal regulations threatening the future of coal as an electricity source have the Coal Conversion Counties looking for more of a voice at the table.

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Making someone feel beautiful is no easy task.

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