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Road Closure Begins Monday

The road that leads west of Hastings to Schaars Bluff Park will be closed beginning on Monday, April 22nd due to work being done to improve the road and also pipeline work that will be in the same area. County Road 42 from Highway 55 to Nininger Road will be the focus of the complete …

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Tuesday Afternoon Sports Rewind

In Tuesday Baseball and Softball action, the Prescott Cardinals split their games, with the Baseball Team winning a thriller 8-7 over Saint Croix Central, while the Softball Team fell against Ellsworth, 2-0. The Hastings Raiders Softball Team also remained undefeated, taking down Mahtomedi 6-5, also on Tuesday. KDWA’s Nick Tuckner has more from a sunny, …

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Girls Track Squad Surging In To Spring

The Hastings Raiders Track and Field Season is underway, and minus the snow last week, the Raiders are surging in to meets with a underclassman-heavy team, but plenty of experience still coming back. Head Coach Greg Sandkamp has more on the 2019 Campaign! Click here for audio        

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Flood Clean Up Continues

As the roadblocks were removed from the 1st street underpass on Monday, the cleanup is well underway in Hastings with equipment starting to remove the large tree trunks, logs and other debris that had collected in the area behind the pavilion in Levee park. The sturdy memorial columns and the wroght iron overlook with it’s …

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Council Hears Resident Concerns

On Monday evening, Jewel Pickertt, a Hasting resident and independent writer, came before the council during the public statement portion of the meeting with her statements that chastised Councilmember Tina Folch, for what she believed to be inappropriate remarks made during the April 1st meeting. Pickertt read from a prepared statement that conveyed her position …

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Looking For Speedy Melting

Monday’s slightly warmer temperatures, and sunshine is helping to melt Mother Nature’s mess from late last week, however, many games throughout the week have been postponed, with all games and meets not happening on Monday in Hastings and Prescott. KDWA’s Nick Tuckner has more on all of the schedule changes so far, this week! Click …

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Cardinal Track Ready To Run!

The Prescott Cardinals Boys and Girls Track and Field Teams are ready to make the jump in to their outdoor meet season, once this Spring Snow leaves the Tri-County Area, and Co-Head Coach Emily Calabrese joined KDWA Sports to talk about last week’s Intrasquad Meet, and getting ready for the move outside! Click here for …

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Monday Tax Filing Day

Reminder that Monday is the deadline for filing your state and federal tax forms. The Hastings Post office is open until 5 pm today. Later postings can be found in St. Paul and also at the MSP international airport. Click here for audio    

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From 70, To Snow, In One Week

Even though Mother Nature was totally confused this week, with 70 degrees and sunshine on Monday, for the Hastings Raiders Baseball Team’s first win of the season against Hill-Murray, and then snow, ice, and everything else Winter invading the area, the rest of the week, Spring Teams in the Tri-County Area are remaining positive, with …

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Dignified Flag Retirement by VFW

A collection of worn flags is being conducted by the Lyle Russell VFW Post 1210 who will then deliver them for retirement during the upcoming VFW Second District of Minnesota Loyalty Day ceremony that will be held on April 27th, in New Ulm. They believe that the flag of our nation should always be a …

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