As you prepare to cast your vote tomorrow, take a minute to review the ballot including the list of candidates for elected office and information on the constitutional amendments at www.mnvotes.org. Barnesville residents can vote at the Senior Citizens Center located at 501 2nd Avenue NE. Polls will be open from 7 am to 8 … Read More
The Barnesville Fire Department reminds everyone that when you change your clocks before going to bed this Saturday, remember to also change the batteries in your home’s smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detector. Working smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors save lives.
Before you head out hunting, be sure to stop by Firehall Municipal Liquors and check out the hunters specials running from November 1-10. Great deals on Black Velvet, Bacadi Oakheart and Verdi. There’s always convenient front door parking at 104 Main Avenue West.
Can’t attend the Trojans Football game at the Fargodome on Friday night? Barnesville Cable TV is proud to sponsor the radio broadcast on KJ Country 96.5. Tune in and be sure to listen for our ad!
Absentee ballots for next Tuesday’s General Election are now available at the Clay County Courthouse in Moorhead. Voters will be asked to complete an absentee application after which you will receive your ballot. If you are not a registered voter, you will need to provide either a drover’s license or utility bill with your current … Read More
Work is continuing on the K&M Tire building in the Commercial Park. Last week the floor of the building was poured. At 50,000 square feet, that is over one acre of concrete! It took 100 trucks of concrete and several days.
Kids! Stop by the Barnesville Library on Wednesday, October 31 when you’re out trick-or-treating for a special library treat!
Kids! Come to the Barnesville Library on Tuesday, October 30 at 6:30 pm for experiments with slime, goo and bubbles!
At the October City Council Meeting, the Council approved a change that will combine the Animal Control Officer position with the Police department’s Administrative Assistant position, creating a new Police Support Services Officer. Long time Administrative Assistant Lisa Cook has accepted this position. If you have a lost or found animal or have need for … Read More
The City will begin the fall flushing of water mains beginning today and running through November 2. This process may cause some temporary discoloration of your water. To remove this discoloration, just turn on several faucets in or outside your home or business, and let the water run until it clears. If you have any … Read More