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Hastings Star Gazette
Hastings High School students raise $2,012 for typhoon relief
Fr. Altier is no longer the chaplain at Regina Medical Center; Archdiocese says he is in good standing and will be reassigned
Gobble Gait raised $100,000 for Hastings Family Service
Crash closed Highway 55 in both directions west of Hastings
City Council: Regina sale bonds and local taxation
crime and courts
Raiders advance two swims to finals
Raiders pick up two wins
Raiders take second at section swim meet
Raiders stumble out of the gates
Raiders volleyball season ends with loss to Huskies
Same-day registration for Gobble Gait is available
Daniel Green will be studying abroad
Alyssa Hoppe graduates from basic combat training
Charlotte joins Danielson family
Kylee joins Preble family
arts and entertainment
Janet Irene Nielsen, 83
Sharon G. Schluessler, 68
Richard "Dick" Schlander, 71
@13@@10@@13@@10@@13@@10@Wanda Mary Lindsay, 69
Mary H. Hagen, 90
Letter: Will Kline blame Obama for GTM computer problem?
Letter: Thanks go out to blood donors
Letter: Thanks to the angel in the parking lot
Letter: Who will speak for the uninsured Americans?
Editorial: Now what will we be able to complain about here?
NOTICE TO CREDITORS ON ESTATE OF VIRGINIA RODEN
CERTIFICATE OF ASSUMED NAME HORSE CRAZY MARKET
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT LIEN FORECLOSURE SALE
CERTIFICATE OF ASSUMED NAME ASTROPARK TECHNOLOGIES
NOTICE TO CREDITORS FOR ESTATE OF FRANCES CARLSON
May 27, 2008
Something's fishy at Saints' home games
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and the St.
May 27, 2008 - 12:00am
May 9, 2008
Anglers urged to get the lead out
As you go through your tackle box to get ready for the 2008 fishing opener, the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency encourages anglers to switch to lead-free fishing tackle. Lead is a toxic metal that has adverse effects on the nervous and reproductive systems of mammals and birds....
May 9, 2008 - 12:00am
April 10, 2008
Dead fish after ice-out likely from winterkill
The melting ice from Minnesota's shorelines may reveal some dead fish, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. In most cases it is normal winterkill. When snow and ice cover a lake, it limits the sunlight reaching aquatic plants. The plants die, stop producing...
April 10, 2008 - 12:00am
February 19, 2008
Lawmakers take on fish disease fight
ST. PAUL - Minnesota legislators have taken their first look at what would be the Great Lakes toughest law in regulating when and how ships could dump ballast water into Lake Superior. Members of the House Game, Fish and Forestry Division, as well as Minnesota Pollution Control Agency...
February 19, 2008 - 12:00am
January 22, 2008
Public comment due on muskie and northern pike management
Interested in how the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources manages inland lakes for muskellunge and northern pike during the next 12 years? You have until Feb.
January 22, 2008 - 12:00am
December 21, 2007
Stream trout fishing a cure for winter blues
Looking for a cure for the winter blues? The winter trout fishing season in the southeast -- strictly catch and release -- runs Jan. 1 - March 31. Currently, 38 streams and about 135 miles are open to catch-and-release winter trout angling.
December 21, 2007 - 12:00am
December 20, 2007
Changes to walleye season proposed
A key state lawmaker on Wednesday unveiled plans to move Minnesota's beloved walleye fishing opener a week earlier and impose a statewide limit of four walleyes per day, down from six daily. The proposed changes were relayed in a letter from State Sen. Satveer Chaudhary, DFL-Fridley,...
December 20, 2007 - 12:00am
December 10, 2007
Aerated lakes spell danger for outdoors enthusiasts
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources warns ice anglers, snowmobilers, skiers and other outdoor enthusiasts to extra caution when going onto any lake that has aeration systems. "Open water areas created by aeration systems can shift or change shapes depending on weather conditions,"...
outdoors / sports
December 10, 2007 - 12:00am