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Dassel City Attorney Kurt Greenley explains the purpose of the cannabis moratorium to the city council. Pictured is city attorney Kurt Greenley, Council Members Darren Sombke and Bob Lalone, city Clerk and Treasurer Terri Boese, and Mayor Nicole Carlen.
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The Dassel City Council approved designating three local buildings as historic landmarks, including the Railroad Park bandstand at Atlantic Avenue and Fourth Street.
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Living Stones Church celebrates its public launch with a party in Peterson Park.
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