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Incumbent G.L. Tucker went down to defeat in the Detroit Lakes Ward 3 race on Tuesday. He was defeated by Jay Schurman 646 votes to 480 votes, or 57 percent...
Minnesota House incumbents Steve Green and Paul Marquart kept their legislative seats, handily defeating challengers in Tuesday’s general election. Green, a Republican representing District 2B, defeated DFL challenger David Sobieski...
BTD will receive a $33 million shot in the arm from parent company Otter Tail Corp. “We have authorized $33 million in future capital investments and operating expenditures at BTD...
Brenda Muckenhirn, Kylie Johnson and David Langworthy appear headed for seats on the Detroit Lakes school Board. They were the top three vote-getters with all but a handful of precincts counted Tuesday evening. Muckenhirn led the pack with about 29 percent of the vote. Johnson had 28 percent, Langworthy 23 percent and the fourth candidate, Brett Bridgeman, was at 20 percent.
By Don Davis Dayton beat Republican Jeff Johnson. With 67 percent of precincts reporting, Dayton held a 52 percent to 43 percent lead, with many large counties reporting most of their votes but several rural ones providing few returns.
By Don Davis With 56 percent of precincts reporting, returns showed the former “Saturday Night Live” writer and comedian led Republican Mike McFadden 55 percent to 41 percent.
By John Hageman / Forum News Service With 56.6 percent of precincts reporting just before 11 p.m., P
Minnesota House incumbents Steve Green and Paul Marquart kept their legislative seats, handily defeating challengers in Tuesday’s general election. Green, a Republican representing District 2B, was leading DFL challenger David Sobieski 57 percent to 43 percent with 80 percent of precincts reporting. Marquart, a longtime DFL representative, was leading Republican challenger Jared LaDuke 65 percent to 35 percent in the District 4B race with 75 percent of precincts reporting.
Keith Zachariason collected 193 votes and Dan Aune received 171 votes to win the three-way race for two seats on the Lake Park City Council Tuesday. Kimberly Holloway came in third with 43 votes.