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Federal Authorities Search Foley Vegetable Farm

Federal investigators have searched a vegetable farm in the central Minnesota town of Foley but details on why remain sketchy.

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Paul Neubauer (Submitted Photo: Foley Public Schools)
Paul Neubauer (Submitted Photo: Foley Public Schools)
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New Superintendent Coming to Foley Public Schools

Foley Public Schools will have a new superintendent leading the way next school year. Paul Neubauer will be taking Darrin Strosahl's place as superintendent. Strosahl has served six years in the position and will be going to the St. Cloud Technical and Community College as a Dean of Students.

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One Person Hurt After A Vehicle Crashes Into A Building in Foley

One person is hurt after a vehicle drove into The Other Bar in Foley. The incident happened at about 2:40 p.m. this (Wednesday) afternoon.

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Cars fill up parking spaces in downtown Foley. (PHOTO: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)
Cars fill up parking spaces in downtown Foley. (PHOTO: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)
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Foley Officials Want Your Input on Downtown and Pedestrian Plan

Improving the streets and feel of downtown Foley will be up for discussion tomorrow (Thursday) night. A community workshop will be held to provide resident input on how to enhance the physical character of the downtown, goals for economic growth and how to create better trail connections for pedestrians.

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(Photo: New Life Church website)
(Photo: New Life Church website)
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New Life Church in Foley Still Has Sights Set On New Building

Once the ground thaws shovels are ready to begin construction on a new building for a church in Foley. New Life Church was hoping to start construction on their new building back in August, but do to poor soil conditions and extensive site preparation Pastor Jim Von Wald says they felt it was best to wait until Spring.

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Residence have address concerns at the intersection of 4th Avenue and Dewey Street in downtown Foley. (Photo: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)
Residence have address concerns at the intersection of 4th Avenue and Dewey Street in downtown Foley. (Photo: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)
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Foley Task Force To Draw Up Plans For Future of Downtown [VIDEO]

A task force group will meet tomorrow (Thursday) to come up with the framework on how to better shape downtown Foley. Early plans have begun to take shape at looking at the long range future of downtown Foley.

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Photo by Dan DeBaun-WJON News
Photo by Dan DeBaun-WJON News
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Foley City Council Approves PUD On Kampa Meadows Development

A Foley housing development has received final approval to better accommodate housing on some vacant lots. Kampa Meadows has been looking to convert its 6 twin home lots into 3 single family lots to make the area more marketable.

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Photo by Dan DeBaun-WJON News
Photo by Dan DeBaun-WJON News
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Public Hearing Clarifies Kampa Meadow Improvements, Council Approves Resolution

Residents of Foley voiced their concerns regarding some improvements for Kampa Meadows. The city council held a public hearing last (Tuesday) night to better clarify the improvements wanting to be done in the area.

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Contract Disputes Have Foley Educational Assistants Upset [AUDIO]

A contract dispute between the Foley School District and their Educational Assistants has gone unresolved for over 600 days. Educational Assistant Mary Jo Zwilling say they've had multiple conversations with the school board but feel they haven't been heard.

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Residence have address concerns at the intersection of 4th Avenue and Dewey Street in downtown Foley. (Photo: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)
Residence have address concerns at the intersection of 4th Avenue and Dewey Street in downtown Foley. (Photo: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)
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Foley Hopes To Address Several Issues Downtown [VIDEO]

Foley officials are trying to eliminate several problems concerning the downtown area. Mayor Dave Mosford says parking downtown has been the biggest complain residents address.

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