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Hancock County Supervisors discuss drainage

The Hancock County Board of Supervisors met in adjourned session Monday with a brief agenda of drainage business.  First, the Supervisors held a conference call with the Cerro Gordo County Board of Supervisors to tentatively approve the Engineer’s report on completion of work and set the completion hearing for Joint Drain #13-128.  Supervisor Jerry Tlach

Britt to host Holiday Festivities this week

THE BRITT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND BUSINESSES ARE HOSTING FROZEN FROLIC FESTIVITIES IN BRITT THIS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4TH FROM 3 TO 8PM.  LET GO OF THE COLD AND THAW OUT WITH SOME HOT DEALS!  PARTICIPATING BUSINESSES WILL BE OPEN LATE WITH LOTS OF INCENTIVES FOR YOU TO COMPLETE YOUR HOLIDAY SHOPPING AT LOCAL RETAILERS.  FOR

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Hancock County Supervisors Appoint Veterans Commissioner and Revise Road Use Plan

The Hancock County Board of Supervisors met in adjourned session Monday with a brief agenda.  First the board filled a vacancy for one of the Veterans Affairs Commissioner seats, previously held by Al Voss.  Hancock County Supervisor Jerry Tlach announces the name of the new Veterans Affairs Commissioner. Tlach explains the duties of the Veterans

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Hancock County’s ASAP Creates Substance Abuse Awareness

The Hancock County Wellness Coalition and its affiliate organization Allies for Substance Abuse Prevention are working intensely to create awareness about substance abuse and decrease the use of alcohol and drugs among teenagers in Hancock County. Allies for Substance Abuse Prevention (ASAP) Project Coordinator, Karie Terhark tells what her job entails. According to the National

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Hancock County Supervisors Look at Improving Communications System

The Hancock County Board of Supervisors met in adjourned session Monday to consider a memorandum of understanding for regional consortium and discuss ways to improve the communications system not just in the county but in other surrounding counties.  Hancock County Supervisor Jerry Tlach explains. Tlach says it’s not affecting the 911 Emergency Call system, but

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