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Police chief talks online safety

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FAIRMONT — We’ve all heard of the dangers involved with children and social media. But it bears repeating that the dangers are very real. While people shouldn’t live in constant fear, appropriate steps should be taken to keep our vulnerable young people safe. Police Chief Mike Hunter ...

Women of today award The Shepherd’s In

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FAIRMONT — Curtis Moeckel started The Shepherd’s In Soup Kitchen in Fairmont because he saw so many needy people and felt compelled to do something about it. Through prayer and guidance, the soup kitchen was born and Moeckel was recently awarded the Community Impact Award by the Fairmont ...

Courts

Courts

MARTIN COUNTY DISTRICT COURT Speeding — Ryan S. Carlson, 19, of Granada; Andrew W. Potter, 30, of Jackson, Mich.; Ethan A. Elridge, 24, of Eagan; each fined $125. Jerold D. Shank, 75, of Fairmont; fined $135. Trey M. Tumbleson, 16, of Sherburn; fined $145. Careless driving-operate ...

Police

Police

FAIRMONT Thursday, May 13 8:09 a.m. — An ordinance violation was reported in the 1400 block of N. North Avenue. A written warning was issued. 1:12 p.m. — An ordinance violation was reported in the 400 block of North Prairie Avenue. A written warning was issued. 1:55 p.m. — An ...

New food truck ready to open

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FAIRMONT – Food trucks are a great summer treat for many. They offer unique and delicious meals, let you enjoy your community, and a purchase means one more meal you don’t have to cook. Add in the fact that you’re helping a small business owner, and you’ve got a recipe for ...

GHEC talks scholarships

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GRANADA—The Granada-Huntley-East Chain School Board approved five action items and discussed the usage of its Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund. The action items included the approval of leftover senior class funds to be used for scholarships for the class of 2021 due to ...