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Due to defective work from the contractor, Jake’s Excavating & Landscaping LLC, the City of Phillips is looking at the possibility of having to tear up brand new streets from a 2014 project or accept the work as is at a reduced price. The issue, discussed at the April 7 Committee of the …

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The Phillips Loggers tennis team hosted the Lakeland Union High School (LUHS) Thunderbirds Tuesday, April 14. It was another tough match for the Loggers tennis team as they dropped all seven matches.

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A laundry list of repairs and replacements were discussed at the Butternut School Board meeting on March 23. District Superintendent Joe Zirngibl said that he has been compiling a list so that he could gather input from the board members about which items he should make a priority.

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Our economy is recovering, or so they say, but that national recession/depression thumped my financial status soundly a few years back, so in 2012 when I was house hunting - 'cheap' was the operative word.