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Charges filed in Proctor Football Case

The St. Louis County Attorney’s Office has filed a Petition in Juvenile Court alleging a 17 year old  from Proctor, Minnesota, committed the offense of Third Degree Criminal Sexual Conduct against a juvenile victim on September 7, 2021, following varsity football practice at Proctor High School, County Attorney Kim Maki said. A motion to certify…

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Peewee A Tournament Saturday, Sunday

Peewee A Tournament Saturday, Sunday   Hockey fans need to set their alarms early with the Proctor Rails vs. St. Michaels – Albertville tournament opening game, Saturday, Jan. 15 at 8 p.m.   If they are able to pull off a win the next game would be 4 p.m. on Saturday against the winner of…

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Got the drive, city looking for proposals to run golf course

Proctor is looking for someone to manage its golf course.   The Proctor City Council authorized the release of a request for proposals (RFP) for golf course management services for the municipally owned Course at their December 20, 2021 council meeting.   Until 2017, the course was operated by the City of Proctor. The course…

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150 years ago speech helped create Proctor

Proctor missed another important historic date. It was 150 years ago on January 27, 1871 James Proctor Knott delivered a satirical speech in the House known as Duluth! or The Untold Delights of Duluth. The speech ridiculed a bill subsidizing westward expansions of railroads. The speech is sometimes reprinted in collections of humorous speeches or…

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Fighting for our newspapers

By U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar —   On May 7th of last year, the Hastings Star Gazette printed its last issue. The paper’s first issue as The Hastings Independent was published in 1857, a year before Minnesota gained statehood. Generations relied on papers like this for local news—they told you who was born and who died, whose daughter just…

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“Loni” Anderson promoted to Brigadier General

“Loni” Anderson promoted to Brigadier General Brigadier General Len “Loni” Anderson, a Proctor native, was promoted to Brigadier General on June 3rd. He is currently the Deputy Commanding General of Joint Task Force ARES/Marine Corps Cyberspace Warfare Group. A 1989 Proctor graudate, Anderson was commissioned in 1993 upon graduation from the Illinois Institute of Technology. He…

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Public Notices – 2018

Minutes Independent School District No. 704 Proctor, Minnesota Regular School Board Meeting Monday, April 8, 2019 REGULAR SCHOOL BOARD MEETING I. Call to Order The meeting was called to order by Joe Ward, School Board Chair, at 7:01 p.m. II. Pledge of Allegiance III. Oath of Office MOTION: Moved by Larry Shelton and seconded by…

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Public Notices – 2017

NOTICE OF and order for HEARING on PETITION FOR formal PROBATE OF WILL and APPOINTMENT OF PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE and NOTICE TO CREDITORS- unsupervised administration STATE OF MINNESOTA COUNTY OF ST. LOUIS DISTRICT COURT PROBATE DIVISION SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT Court File No.: 69DU-PR-17-299 In Re:  Estate of VERA VIOLA GOODROW, a/k/a VERA V. GOODROW, Decedent, It…

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Proctor’s DWI chair Jeopardy question

© Proctor Journal Proctor’s infamous DWI chair has officially become a national icon. On Mon., Mar. 14 it became a jeopardy question. The question appeared under the category “Dumb Criminals.” It was the fourth category on the board and the final and most valued question at $1,000. It was situated between “Habla Espanol?” and “We…

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