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These results are not official, nor do they cover all ballot issues. Full election results will be in next week’s paper.

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When Mark Ness and Charlie Bullinger, principal engineers for Great River Energy, started working with various forms of drying processes at GRE’s Coal Creek Station in 1995, they never thought that their ideas and those of other engineers would turn into something with world-wide impact.

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City public works superintendent Larry Thomas left his position with the City of Washburn after a special meeting was held last Thursday at the City Hall.

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The city performed one of its first readings of the water meters and was able to read 574 meters as of this time.

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The new postmaster at Washburn’s post office, Ernie Welk, puts a new spin on the phrase, "Going postal."

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"Celebrating More Birthdays" is this year’s theme for Relay For Life.

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The transfer from the old manually read water meters, to the new radio transmitted meters has been flowing fairly smoothly for the city.

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In their final meeting of the school year, the Washburn school board had a lot to say about buses.

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Band and choir students from kindergarten through sixth grade performed multiple songs and two different productions during the Elementary Spring Concert, April 30.

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An open house retirement celebration was held at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Wilton Sunday, May 2, from 2 to 4 p.m., for Jim and Henrietta Nistler.

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