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Stillwater Mayor Ken Harycki has announced he will not seek re-election but will step down when his term expires at the end of the year. Harycki spent a total of 10 years in office, serving two years on the city council before being elected mayor in 2006. He won a second term as mayor in [...]

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Friends and family of former Lumberjack Days organizer David Eckberg filled the courtroom April 18 to hear his sentence after he plead guilty to writing dishonored checks. Judge Susan Miles sentenced Eckberg to probation for one year, a fine of $1,000, and 240 hours of community service in the next six months. She ordered restitution [...]

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The IRS and FBI agents searched Stillwater Mayor Ken Harycki’s personal business, Customized Payroll Solutions on the 1800 block of Curve Crest Boulevard., the morning of March 20. Media outlets reported that Vicki Petricka, a special agent with the IRS criminal investigations unit in Minneapolis, said the raid was part of an “enforcement action.” Mike [...]

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Sen. Karin Housley told The Gazette the morning of Feb. 3 that she will not run for governor of Minnesota. She released the following statement via text message: “There has been a number of people encouraging me to run for Governor and I want to thank them for all they have said and done, and [...]

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Tomorrow schools will be closed due to cold for the fifth day this month. The Stillwater School District has decided to close all schools Tuesday, Jan. 28, due to extremely cold weather. The district will have to make up for lost instructional time, but district spokesperson Carissa Keister said there are many ways to do [...]

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