Friday, April 27, 2012

Another Decal Required on Boats

All watercraft in Minnesota are required to carry a decal reminding boaters of the aquatic invasive species law. 

DNR Conservation Officer Nikki Shoutz says there is no cost for the sticker, but it is required to be posted anywhere on the boat.  She says it is a reminder to clean boats and trailers of weeds and drain all water.

The decals can be obtained free of charge from DNR offices, conservation officers, deputy registrar offices and some retailers.

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Alleged Hazing at Browerville H.S.

The Todd County Sheriff's office is investigating possible hazing in the boy's athletic programs at Browerville High School.

Details from the sheriff's office remain sketchy.  However, the office says a thorough investigation is underway into the allegations. 

Sheriff Peter Mikkelson says the allegations involved inappropriate physical contact that could be considered sexual in nature.  In a news statement, the Sheriff says their investigation has determined that there are multiple suspects and victims.  Possible witness have been identified and they are identifying more potential victims.

A news conference is scheduled for 1 p.m. Tuesday at the Main Street Government Center in Long Prairie. 

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