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The Bulldog Report – Feb. 9, 2015

Marysville High School Bulldogs

Tune in to hear The Bulldog Report every Monday at 5:30 p.m. The Bulldog Report gives a snapshot of the activities that are happening in the classrooms at Marysville High School. Megan Skeen and Austin Prinkki host the episode on February 9th and they discuss everything from reading “Othello” to real life math applications to the foundation of our government. ...

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Washington County Fire Crews Kept Busy With Pasture, Barn Fires

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Recent fire calls in Washington County had the Haddam and Morrowville fire departments respond to pasture fires January 22nd and 23rd. Hanover firemen were called out on the 24th for a controlled burn out of control, and Morrowville had a similar call January 26th. Barnes and Greenleaf departments responded to a barn fire last Monday at 2404 6th Road.

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Washington County Government Day Monday

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Washington County Government Day is planned for Monday, November 24th. Students and teachers in the government class will tour the courthouse, and meet with elected officials.

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Washington County Commission Meeting Notes

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Washington County Commissioners met Monday. Dan Thalman was present, and discussed county economic development efforts, indicating that he was not in favor of hiring full time, but perhaps look at Republic County, which contracts with an outside firm for incentive programs. He questioned the redundancy in having three government subsidized meal facilities, with the hospital, jail, and senior meal sites all providing similar ...

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Prairie Hills USD 113 Raises Mill Levy For 5 Years

Prairie Hills USD 113

Prairie Hills USD 113 School Board meeting Monday discussed the Capital Outlay Resolution for a  continuous and permanent 8 mill tax, which was defeated by voters, and instead adopted a resolution for a six mill levy for a period of five years, which was approved on a 6-1 board vote.

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