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Browerville School Board Meeting Minutes

Browerville School Board meeting was held this past Monday at the school.  The Board heard reports from Mr. Sutlief on a number of events coming soon.  On the day of the meeting, he said there were 28 days of school remaining and announced they will be running a Title 1 reading program this summer.  Targeted services and Title 1 programs are going to be braided programs.  Mr. Petermeier reported that several members of the Browerville High School Speech Team were headed to the section tournament and the school is currently using the Todd County Expo building, the Clarissa gym and the potato field parking lot for practice facilities.  Gram Bentz will be elected to the Tiger Hall of Fame this year.  Mr. VedBraaten reported on Mr. Petermeier's induction into the Minnesota Football Coaches Hall of Fame, trips to the state capital, Kindergarten round up, graduation and other items.  In Old Business, Mr. VedBraaten reported on summer projects which include, cement work, library work, baseball and softball fields and the beginning of the gym replacement.  In new business, motion made and seconded to approve the recommendations of contract bid awards in regards to the gym replacement.  The board also approved the opening of the 2024-2025 budget at 75 percent of the current year.


EPA finalizes national standard for drinking water

Minnesota is the site of a high-profile drinking-water contamination case linked with so-called forever chemicals.  Advocates are hopeful residents will be protected in the future by a new national standard announced Wednesday.  The E-P-A unveiled a final rule that, for the first time, sets a legally enforceable drinking-water benchmark for P-FAS chemicals all states will have to follow.  Scientists have been highlighting health risks with more detection of P-FAS in everyday products and water sources.  Under the new rule, the E-P-A estimates between six and ten percent of 66 thousand public drinking water systems around the U-S may have to take action to reduce P-FAS.  All of them have three years to complete initial monitoring.  If levels exceed the new standards, these systems must take corrective action within five years.


Morrison County Bus Accident

The Morrison County Sheriff's Office reports that on Tuesday at approximately 4:25pm, their office received a report of a school bus accident on 355th Avenue near 61st Street, approximately ten miles southeast of Buckman, MN in Morrill Township.  According to the Sheriff's Office, 22-year old Christopher Olson from Waite Park, MN was driving the bus for Foley School District.  The bus was traveling south on 355th Avenue when it went off the roadway in the south ditch and struck a drainage culvert.  A 10-year old female passenger from Hillman, MN was transported by family to get checked out medically for minor injuries.  This case remains under investigation.  The Morrison County Sheriff's Office was assisted at the scene by the MN State Patrol, MLMB First Response Team and Mayo Clinic Ambulance.


Morrison County Tractor Accident

The Morrison County Sheriff's Office reports that on Tuesday at approximately 11:14am, their office received a report of a man that was run over by a tractor pulling a trailer at a residence off 85th Avenue, just north of Flensburg, MN in Pike Creek Township.  According to the Sheriff's Office, 22-year old Albin Oldakowski of Little Falls, MN was attempting to get a tractor and trailer unstuck using another tractor and trailer.  Oldakowski got caught under the wheel of the tractor that was being pulled out and was ran over.  He was transported to St. Gabriel's Hospital by Mayo Clinic Ambulance and then airlifted to St. Cloud Hospital by North Air Care with unknown injuries.  The Morrison County Sheriff's Office was assisted by the Little Falls Police Department, Swanville First Response Team, North Air Care and Mayo Clinic Ambulance.

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