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Propane distributors across the area are in the planning stages to combat the loss of access to a major pipeline

BENSON — Propane distributors serving west central Minnesota have until sometime in 2014 to find other sources for the fuel they now obtain from a pipeline with a terminal in Benson.

West Central Tribune, 12/04/2012

Witnesses to climate change coming to Willmar, Minn., for forum Tuesday night

WILLMAR — Will Steger became known as Minnesota’s “eyewitness to climate change’’ by telling audiences of the dramatic changes he saw while trekking across the earth’s poles.

West Central Tribune, 12/03/2012

Montevideo, Minn., man to stand trial for murder of co-worker

MONTEVIDEO — Darek Nelson will stand trial on a first-degree murder charge that carries a maximum sentence of life without the possibility of release.

West Central Tribune, 11/30/2012

Renville, Minn., author releases two new works

Two new works by a rural Renville County author of romance novels and middle-grade books have recently been released by Writers Amuse Me Publishing.

West Central Tribune, 11/29/2012

Atwater, Minn., artist's dance taught anew in New York City

Ridgewater College art instructor Marjorie Nilssen likes to tell her students they are part of a dance.

West Central Tribune, 11/29/2012

Instrumental music instructor at YME gets by with a little help from her online friends

GRANITE FALLS — High school music instructors are not on the endangered species list, but tight budgets and declining enrollments have reduced their numbers in many rural school districts.

West Central Tribune, 11/29/2012

Yellow Medicine County, Minn., moves ahead with plans for building renovation

GRANITE FALLS — The Yellow Medicine County Board of Commissioners is moving ahead with plans to remodel a newly acquired building to hold county offices.

West Central Tribune, 11/28/2012

All-girls shop class in Montevideo, Minn., offers lessons that can last a lifetime

Brian Albers teaches an all-girls shop class at the Montevideo High School, and every year it’s the same thing. It fills up with seniors who signed up with the intent to learn how to change a flat tire, do some welding, repair home plumbing and wiring, and work with wood and metal.

West Central Tribune, 11/26/2012

Montevideo, Minn., native brings his effort to make film to town of his youth

MONTEVIDEO — There are ways for aspiring filmmakers to launch their projects absent connections in Hollywood or a pile of money big enough to fund a campaign for Congress.

West Central Tribune, 11/23/2012

Defense raises mental health, evidence issues in Nelson case

MONTEVIDEO — Darek Nelson’s first court appearance since his arraignment in May on a first-degree murder charge focused largely on motions concerning what can be presented at a trial.

West Central Tribune, 11/17/2012

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