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Weller attends USSYP event in Washington, D.C.

Last week, New York Mills senior Heather Weller was one of two Minnesota students to attend the United States Senate Youth Program (USSYP) in Washington D.C.

Each state has its own application process, varying in difficulty. In Minnesota, a student must be in an elected position to qualify. Weller qualified because of her service on the Minnesota Youth Council. Last fall, she spent several weekends filling out an extensive application, which included an essay on the necessity of checks and balances, as well as a section where she had to rank how she believed Minnesota was doing in various areas. She learned that she won the trip in December and traveled to Washington D.C. from March 4-11 for the 55th annual USSYP.  

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NYM Trade Show set for Saturday

The New York Mills Trade Show is this Saturday at the NY Mills School. With more than 50 businesses and organizations setting up at the NY Mills Civic and Commerce annual event, this year’s Trade Show is expected to have something for everyone.

The Trade Show will be held from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at the NY Mills School. Booths will be set up in the sports center, high school gym and in the front parking lot. The garage sale booths will be in the activity center and the commons will be the place to be for hot food and entertainment.  

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From humble beginnings: Think-Off celebrates 25th anniversary

Although now it is in its 25th year, the Great American Think-Off in New York Mills had a humble beginning.  

After the grand opening of the Cultural Center in 1992, the director at the time, John Davis, took a vacation to New Mexico to unwind. While on this trip, the idea of a philosophical debate between the average person came to Davis.  

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City hears about deteriorating residential roads

During the open forum of the New York Mills City Council meeting last week, a resident informed the council that overweight vehicles were deteriorating residential streets.    

James Freudenberg said he sees fully loaded semis driving on Gilman Street and Cornwell Avenue and the damage to the roads are noticeable. His concern was residential roads were not designed to handle excess axle weight from semis.  

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Police department visits NYM Cub Scouts

Officer Landon Saewert, of the New York Mills Police Department, talked to the NY Mills Cub Scouts Pack 309 on March 12. Saewert discussed bike safety, bus safety and road safety with the local scout members. The scout members enjoyed the discussion and appreciated Saewert reaching out.  

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NYM EDA reviews growing revolving loan fund balance

The New York Mills Economic Development Authority held a brief monthly meeting last Wednesday morning to discuss a short agenda.

The main discussion point was the revolving loan fund balance, which is at its highest level since 2003. As of last week, the balance was $224,271.  

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