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“We have to look at this issue comprehensively and ask ourselves what are the effects,” said Bob Tammen, a retired Minnetac Miner at the meeting.

“The MPCA has decided to deny Minntac the variances which are needed to find time for more economical final solutions. The proposed denial fails to recognize the exceedingly detrimental consequences,” said a mining supporter at the meeting.

The MPCA hearing was a chance for the public to ask questions, make comments and voice concerns on the proposed denial. At the hearing people like Steve Giorgi with the Range Association of Municipalities and Schools said the denial is concerning and based on a process that was unfair.

“The MPCA expressed on numerous occasions that the variances were part of their toolbox to help our municipalities and in their first opportunity to issue a variance to one of our mining company they denied that request,” said Giorgi. “They issued a draft permit without letting the company see it so the foundation for their denial it hard to understand.”

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Smith says the hearing was also a time to get questions answered like how much the tailings basin seepage is impacting local waters.

The comment period is quickly nearing an end to get as much feedback as possible before a final decision is made.

“During that period there can be contested case hearings, things like that, also legal action can be proposed so we address those as well,” said Smith.
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DOT spokesman Mike Charbonneau said the agency checks safety records of its contractors.

“For a contractor to be pre qualified for NCDOT to work with them and to continue to work with them, safety is something that we check and something that we monitor,” Charbonneau said.

The highway was closed for more than two hours after the wreck, and Charbonneau said DOT will conduct a thorough investigation.

“We’ll be talking with investigators, talking with the contractor involved here, looking at our own safety procedures,” he said. “It’s a terrible thing. We never want this to happen, but when it does, we want to look at everything and make sure we’re all taking steps to prevent something like this from happening again.”

Gordon said collisions involving mowing tractors are rare and that the stretch of highway where Friday’s crash occurred isn’t considered dangerous.

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The Eau Claire YMCA plans to move its gymnastics program to a warehouse just east of Altoona, more than doubling the floor space of its current location. 12 in the town of Washington, that has enough room to allow multiple groups to practice at once.

The YMCA would use 17,400 square feet in the Kent Avenue building, compared with the 7,000 square feet it currently occupies at the YMCA Tennis Center on Moore Avenue in Eau Claire.

could run meets there, which we can do at our current facility, Van Es noted. When the YMCA has hosted an annual gymnastics meet in the past, it had to use a local high school gymnasium.

The gymnastics center move is currently set for late April, Van Es said.

The move is prompted by the YMCA leaving its old tennis center for the new $10 million complex donated by the Menard family, which is under construction and scheduled to open in early spring on Menomonie Street. The Eau Claire based Menards home improvement retail chain will then take ownership of the Moore Street tennis center, and company spokesman Jeff Abbott said in an email that the intention is to sell it.

Van Es noted pros and cons for the planned rural location of the gymnastics program. While it is 6 miles from the YMCA main facility at 700 Graham Ave. 12, which could increase gymnastics participation from Altoona and Fall Creek youths.

The YMCA has been searching for a while for a building to fit the needs of the gymnastics program. Van Es said part of the difficulty was due to finding a building that not only had the right square footage, but also ceilings that were 17 feet tall or higher.

Equipment from the existing gymnastics program will be moved out to the new building, but Van Es said additional equipment will be needed to fully utilize the larger space.

The warehouse, owned by Cyrus Stafslien, was built in 2002 with one tenant at that time but was modified in 2016 to allow for up to three tenants, according to information submitted to the county for a prior permit.

The YMCA will take up about two thirds of the 26,000 square foot building, with the rest used for warehouse space.

The warehouse will undergo some interior work adding a restroom, an office and a changing room to make it ready for gymnastics, Van Es said.

Whether this is a permanent move for the gymnastics program is yet to be seen, as the YMCA is planning a replacement for its main building.

is a chance we would stay out there longer, Van Es said of the Kent Avenue building.

The YMCA is in a partnership with UW Eau Claire and Mayo Clinic Health System to create the Sonnentag Event and Recreation Complex on Menomonie Street. Athletic facilities there would replace the YMCA building on Graham Avenue, but it yet to be decided if a gymnastics area would be part of that facility. Tentative plans call for some construction to take place by 2020, but no deadline has been set for an opening of the center.

The YMCA holds several eight week classes for preschool and school age children, which attract between 200 and 275 students. Another program, the Junior Olympic Compulsory Team Program, has about 80 gymnasts that practice year round.

The YMCA is seeking permission from the town of Washington and the county to use part of the warehouse building as a recreational facility. Thursday at Town Hall, 5750 Old Town Hall Road. meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 27, at the courthouse, 721 Oxford Ave.
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Over recent years, voices calling for Arsene Wenger to be axed at Arsenal have gathered momentum, with the club long wait for Premier League title success fueling those voices suggesting the club has gone backwards.

Damaging defeats as we witnessed in midweek at Swansea only adds fuel to the fire for those calling for the Frenchman to be culled, though those voices may have become a little muted after the Gunners five star destruction of Everton on Saturday evening.

Let cut to the chase here; Arsenal were simply brilliant. And the display resembled the Gunners at their free flowing best.

Granted, the early opener helped, together with some less than impressive Everton defending, but you can only beat what in front of you and Arsenal must be applauded for some fine, free flowing football. Arsenal at their best? Quite possibly architect for the win has quickly been placed on new signings Pierre Emerick Aubameyang and Henrikh Mkhitaryan, with the latter especially deserving of praise.

The Armenian looked like a star reborn at Arsenal as he made an instant impact with a hat trick of assists the first Premier League to do so in one game this season on his full debut for the club.

Mkhitaryan will of course still be expected to dig in for the Gunners and do his share of the donkey work, but there a differently mentality at Arsenal, with far more emphasis placed on the attacking element of the game and that is bound to suit Mkhitaryan and play to his strengths.

The link up too with Aubameyang was impressive and it was clear the duo knew one another games inside out as they rekindled their Dortmund partnership with the minimum of fuss. Some players clearly enjoy playing together and Aubameyang and Mkhitaryan clearly have that strong bond and an understanding which is bound to serve Arsenal well.

The addition of these two players certainly makes for exciting times at Arsenal and, despite all the criticism, will offer renewed hope of a trophy double, with the League Cup and Europa League still very much in the Gunners sights this season.

Of course Wenger will be judged on Arsenal ability to reclaim a top four spot and ultimately this is what could decide upon the Frenchman future more than anything.

Plenty of observers in the game feel the new two year deal the Frenchman signed last summer was merely a smokescreen and a prelude to what will be his last full season in charge. Mikel Arteta has been heavily tipped as his successor and the Spaniard is certainly receiving the best education ahead of his possible appointment by his spell as No 2 to Pep Guardiola at Manchester City.

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In signing both Mkhitaryan and Aubameyang as well as the tying down of Mesut Ozil to a new deal Arsenal once again look like a team ready to make giant strides forward. We seen false dawns at Arsenal before, but the arrival of their two big name January recruits could not just fire Arsenal back into the Champions League next season, they could also earn their manager a stay of execution.

Having been given the money to sign two long term targets, Wenger absolutely can have no excuses now and the chances of his long record breaking reign being extended, almost rest entirely on these two players shoulders.

It do or die, sink or swim, or bust time for Wenger and Arsenal now

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After Jurgen Klopp public backing of goalkeeper Loris Karius, it fair to say that the German has repaid his boss after a string of good performances.

is the new number one, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said recently.

goalkeepers you have to commit yourself, in other positions you can change, as you want, and we do now Loris is now in it. has previously alluded to the idea that Karius will become a long term success at Anfield.

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The I Can! series also includes the Archery in the Parks program, which is free and for which no reservations are needed.

“Not having the right equipment or know how can be a barrier to spending time outdoors,” said Erika Rivers, director of Minnesota state parks and trails. “The I Can! programs make it easy for families to enjoy camping and other outdoor experiences by providing tents, canoes, mountain bikes and other gear. Friendly instructors also provide plenty of tips and encouragement so that adults and kids can both have fun learning new skills.”

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Wanda Graves, realtor with Eastern Valley Real Estate, said they have a conditional buyer on the property, with several other ‘back up offers’ on the mansion.

The Hants Journal went on a tour of the building with local artist Tacha Reed. Check out the story here for video and photos inside.

Many details of the pending sale are confidential before it closes, including the price offer, the nature of the offer residential or commercial and many other factors.

“We did back to back viewings. I showed it the equivalent of nine hours in one day,” Graves said, adding other agents showed the home as well.

“There’s still showings going on, but they’re starting to slow down. We’re telling people to just wait,” she said. “It’s gonna go to somebody, it’s whether it’s the person in play now or the person that has written a back up offer.”

Graves said she wouldn’t be surprised if the property sold by March 2.

“Suffice it to say, it is a good offer and we have other good offers that are backups,” she said. “There was such significant interest in this.”

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Wanda Graves, realtor with Eastern Valley Real Estate, said they have a conditional buyer on the property, with several other ‘back up offers’ on the mansion.

The Hants Journal went on a tour of the building with local artist Tacha Reed. Check out the story here for video and photos inside.

Many details of the pending sale are confidential before it closes, including the price offer, the nature of the offer residential or commercial and many other factors.

“We did back to back viewings. I showed it the equivalent of nine hours in one day,” Graves said, adding other agents showed the home as well.

“There’s still showings going on, but they’re starting to slow down. We’re telling people to just wait,” she said. “It’s gonna go to somebody, it’s whether it’s the person in play now or the person that has written a back up offer.”

Graves said she wouldn’t be surprised if the property sold by March 2.

“Suffice it to say, it is a good offer and we have other good offers that are backups,” she said. “There was such significant interest in this.”

The property was listed for $434,900 online.

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