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Nov 25, 2016


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Mike Worcester

The WC Trib editorial on the city election results was quite forthright also -- they certainly made their feelings known about the new people voted onto the council and their desire to see forward-thinking leadership.

Willmar is perfectly poised to be a regional hub. But if they don't use their noggins, they will end up like cities such as Litchfield and Little Falls, who have squandered their opportunities by being too locked in the past.

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