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TUESDAY SCOREBOARD

2019-01-16T17:27:17+00:00

GYMNASTICS MARTIN COUNTY AREA 135.225, ST.PETER 124.65 - HOCKEY GIRLS WASECA 5, FAIRMONT 3 Austin/Austin Pacelli 3, Mankato West 2, OT BOYS MINNESOTA RIVER 9 FAIRMONT 0 Albert Lea 4, Waseca Blue Jays 0 Mankato West 4, Austin/Austin Pacelli 2 - BASKETBALL GIRLS MARSHALL 55, FAIRMONT 36 ST.PETER 60, B E A 50 Mankato West 56, Mankato East 43 Mountain Lake 66, Heron Lake-Okabena/Fulda 35 New Ulm 69, Delano 40 Redwood Valley 66, Jackson County Central 42 Waseca 48, Hutchinson 30 Windom 61, St. James Area 39 BOYS MARSHALL 61, FAIRMONT 38 M C W 67, TRUMAN/ML/GHEC 57 Albert [...]

TUESDAY SCOREBOARD2019-01-16T17:27:17+00:00

FAIRMONT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

2019-01-15T16:16:42+00:00

FAIRMONT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY MET MONDAY. THEY ELECTED OFFICERS FOR THE NEW YEAR. ANDY NOLL REMAINS AS PRESIDENT, AMY LONG WAS CHOSEN AS NEW VICE-PRESIDENT AND RICH JOHNSON REMAINS SECRETARY TREASURER. MIKE WUBBENA BECAME A NEW MEMBER, REPLACING BILL CRAWFORD WHO RETIRED AND RESIGNED HIS POSITION. THE BOARD IS NOW IN SEARCH OF A NEW MEMBER TO REPLACE WENDY VOSS WHO RESIGNED FROM HER POST DUE TO NEW EMPLOYMENT OUT OF TOWN. THE BOARD APPROVED A MOTION TO SPONSOR AN INTERN FOR THE MARTIN COUNTY INTERNSHIP PROGRAM IN THE AMOUNT OF $3,500 DOLLARS. FUNDING IS AVAILABLE IN THE PROSPECTING [...]

FAIRMONT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT2019-01-15T16:16:42+00:00

COUNCIL-OPEN DISCUSSION

2019-01-15T16:18:37+00:00

The biggest discussion at Monday's Fairmont City Council meeting was about open discussion. The public will no longer be required to fill out a form requesting to speak at a Fairmont City Council meeting. The council rescinded the requirement Monday after changing the wording of the original motion. In March 2017, the council voted to require members of the public who wished to speak at the council meetings fill out a form which included their name, address, phone number and topic to be addressed and submit the form by the Wednesday prior to the council meeting. Councilman Tom Hawkins made [...]

COUNCIL-OPEN DISCUSSION2019-01-15T16:18:37+00:00

MONDAY SCOREBOARD

2019-01-15T16:31:17+00:00

 BOYS BASKETBALL- TML/GHEC 82, FULDA 55Cedar Mountain/Comfrey 89, Hills-Beaver Creek 74Mountain Lake Area 89, Hills-Beaver Creek 74Redwood Valley 84, New Ulm 42Russell-Tyler-Ruthton 57, Tracy-Milroy-Balaton 49Southwest Minnesota Christian 85, Adrian 52St. Peter 84, Blue Earth Area 61 GIRLS PREP BASKETBALL-Luverne 68, Adrian 27Martin County West 77, Cleveland 59Minneota 65, Pipestone 48New Ulm 78, Redwood Valley 32Norwood-Young America 61, Waterville-Elysian-Morristown 41Sibley East 41, Gibbon Fairfax Winthrop 29St. Clair 67, Nicollet/Loyola 42St. James Area 58, United South Central 54

MONDAY SCOREBOARD2019-01-15T16:31:17+00:00

SATURDAY SCOREBOARD

2019-01-14T16:19:32+00:00

WRESTLING BIG SOUTH CONFERENCE Fairmont/Martin County West 229; 2. Marshall 191.5; 3. Redwood-River Valley 135; 4. Windom/Mountain Lake 133; 5. Worthington 103.5; 6. New Ulm 100; 7. Blue Earth Area 96.5; 8. St. Peter 93; 9. Waseca 85; 10. St. James Area 63; 11. Jackson County Central 59; 12. Pipestone 32; 13. Luverne 8. GYMNASTICS MAGIC INVITATIONAL Martin County Area 136.125; 2. Jackson County Central 133.25; 3. Waseca 127.0; 4. Luverne 123.25; 5. Blue Earth Area 120.75. HOCKEY GIRLS FAIRMONT 6 MORRIS-BENSON AREA 3 BOYS MORRIS-BENSON AREA 7 FAIRMONT AREA 5

SATURDAY SCOREBOARD2019-01-14T16:19:32+00:00

FRIDAY SCOREBOARD

2019-01-12T12:32:18+00:00

FRIDAY'S LOCAL SCORES BOYS BASKETBALL Fairmont 67, Lake Crystal-Wellcome Memorial 44 Austin 70, Northfield 64 Blooming Prairie 68, Medford 39 Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart 80, New Ulm Cathedral 51 Faribault 72, Mankato West 46 Jordan 76, Tri-City United 30 LeSueur-Henderson 73, Sibley East 53 Lewiston-Altura 68, Chatfield 62 Marshall 53, Pipestone 42 Mayer Lutheran 78, Norwood-Young America 64 Minnesota Valley Lutheran 78, Springfield 76 New Richland-H-E-G 77, Maple River 50 St. James Area 75, Blue Earth Area 61 St. Peter 72, St. Croix Lutheran 70 Waterville-Elysian-Morristown 84, United South Central 44 Worthington 79, Hibbing 71 Algona 60, Clarion-Goldfield-Dows 23 Cherokee 63, [...]

FRIDAY SCOREBOARD2019-01-12T12:32:18+00:00

CITY COUNCIL

2019-01-11T16:47:17+00:00

THE FAIRMONT CITY COUNCIL MEETS MONDAY AT 5:30 P.M. THE COUNCIL WILL ACT ON NEW YEAR'S PROCEDURAL MATTERS, CITY FARM LEASES AND ORDINANCE AMENDMENTS. THE COUNCIL WILL HEAR PRESENTATIONS ON EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND A PROCLAMATION FOR SCHOOL CHOICE WEEK AT MONDAY'S MEETING AT THE FAIRMONT CITY HALL COUNCIL CHAMBERS.

CITY COUNCIL2019-01-11T16:47:17+00:00

COACH MAHONEY HONORED

2019-01-11T16:49:48+00:00

FAIRMONT HIGH SCHOOL HEAD FOOTBALL COACH MAT MAHONEY HAS BEEN NAMED STATE COACH OF THE YEAR IN CLASS AAA BY THE MINNESOTA FOOTBALL COACHES ASSOCIATION. MAT WILL RECOGNIZED AT THE M F C A AWARDS BANQUET ON MARCH 30TH AT THE DOUBLE TREE HOTEL IN ST. LOUIS PARK. CONGRATULATIONS MAT!!

COACH MAHONEY HONORED2019-01-11T16:49:48+00:00

THURSDAY SCOREBOARD

2019-01-11T16:44:58+00:00

HOCKEY BOYS FAIRMONT AREA 1, WORTHINGTON 0 Albert Lea 3, Mankato West 1 Mankato East/Loyola 5, Winona/Cotter 3 Marshall 5, New Ulm Eagles 4 Minnesota River 4, Waseca Blue Jays 1 Windom Area 5, Redwood Valley 1 GIRLS WORTHINGTON 4, FAIRMONT 1 Faribault 7, Minnesota River 4 Luverne Cardinals 3, Morris Benson Area Storm 1 Mankato West 4, Albert Lea 1 Marshall Tigers 2, New Ulm Eagles 2, OT (tie) WRESTLING FAIRMONT/M C W 52, ST.PETER 9 FAIRMONT /M C W 52, REDWOOD VALLEY/RIVER VALLEY 23 BASKETBALL GIRLS NEW ULM 56, FAIRMONT 33 B E A 56, ST.JAMES 13 [...]

THURSDAY SCOREBOARD2019-01-11T16:44:58+00:00

BLOODMOBILE

2019-01-10T12:38:20+00:00

BLOODMOBILE The American Red Cross encourages people to help meet the urgent need for blood by resolving to give blood this January – National Blood Donor Month. Donating blood or platelets is a way to make a lifesaving impact in the new year for patients. The critical role of blood donors has been celebrated each January for nearly 50 years during National Blood Donor Month, which coincides with one of the most difficult times to maintain a sufficient blood supply for patients. Busy holiday schedules, extreme winter weather and seasonal illnesses often impact donor turnout this time of year. Make [...]

BLOODMOBILE2019-01-10T12:38:20+00:00