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Week In Review: Cardinals Take Title

To close up the week of sports in the Tri-County Area, the Prescott Cardinals Softball Team celebrated Senior Day, and then won the Middle Border Conference Championship outright on Friday, as the Cardinals shut out the New Richmond Tigers, 12-0, on Bella Lenz’s three-run walk-off home run in the bottom of the 6th inning. You …

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Prescott Police Commission Meeting May 17

A meeting of the Prescott Police Commission took place on Thursday, May 17th with 4 of the five commissioners , absent President Bill Pryor, beginning the meeting in addition to City Administrator Jayne Brand. Also in the audience were 2 council members, Maureen Otwell and Dar Hintz who asked acting President Bill Fetzner to be …

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Raider Tennis Wins, Softball Splits

There was plenty of Tri-County Sports action on Thursday, including some playoff Tennis, where Hastings shut out the Woodbury Royals, 7-0, in the Section 3AA Quarterfinals, and will now meet Eastview on Monday in the Semifinals. Also, Hastings Softball split their doubleheader with the Hill-Murray Pioneers on Thursday, winning 1-0, but falling 4-1. KDWA’s Nick …

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Rivals Split, Zephyrs Still Ahead In MEC

The Hastings Raiders Baseball Team remains a game behind Mahtomedi, after salvaging a series split, in their 5-inning doubleheader at Mahtomedi High School, on Thursday afternoon, winning 1-0, and losing 12-2. KDWA’s Nick Tuckner has a complete doubleheader recap! Click here for audio        

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Refinery Chemical Safety Concern

The recent refinery explosion at Husky Energy in superior has drawn attention to the Andeavor refinery in St. Paul Park. Both refineries are known to store hydrogen fluoride, which is the substance believed to have caused the explosion in Superior. Minnesota lawmakers are concerned about the Andeavor refinery due to its proximity to approximately 1.5 …

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Dakota County Quality of Life

A summary of some of the facts compiled about Dakota County was released this week, offering an impressive survey on topics ranging from the bond rating- AAA and the life expectancy- which is 83.6 years, besting the average life expectancy of typical Minnesotans by 2 and a half years. Some of the items that may …

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Police Call Causes Lockdown

A domestic disturbance reported in Prescott on Tuesday morning caused a lockdown at nearby schools. According to a press release issued by Interim Police Chief Rob Funk on Wednesday, the incident was reported at 10:13 AM, and involved a stabbing. Officers and EMS arrived to render assistance, and information was obtained regarding the suspected assailant. …

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Vacant House Provides Practice

Members of the Prescott Fire Department used a vacated home near the corner of Dakota Street and Cherry to practice on Monday evening, engaging responders in a variety of exercises that will provide authentic scenarios that could be encountered during a structure fire. Doors and windows were covered and vapor machines created smokey interiors, similar …

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Titans Sweep Raiders, MEC Tightens

For the first time this season, the Hastings Raiders Baseball Team has lost two consecutive games, and was also swept for the first time in the Metro East Conference Doubleheader schedule, as Tartan jumped back in to the Conference Title race with 1-0, and 7-3 wins over Hastings on Tuesday. The good news for the …

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Hastings Boys Track Nearing Conference

The Hastings Boys Track and Field Team is preparing for their upcoming Conference and Sectional Meets, as the Raiders look to send some of their student athletes on to the 2018 State Meet, in June. Head Coach Jason Koch joined KDWA Sports on Tuesday for an update on the season, thus far! Click here for …

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