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Saturday May 30, 2015

Destruction

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Senator Resigns
No Privatization
OK House
If you tell...
Marching On
Bad Ordinance
Penny wise
Spot Zoning
MLA 911 Calls
Onamia Charges
Outrageous
Councilman Resigns
Commissioners Fail
Bad Board
A Change in Plans
Playing  Hardball
Referendum Passes
Annexation Rejected
D'Angelo Attacks
NEXUS' Sewer
Abatement  Denied
Privatization in Peril
City Conflicts
Land Deal Extended
Deadline Approaches
Neighbors Gear Up
Nexus Plans Unveiled
Sex Offender Escapes
Exemption Denied
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Nexus CEO Resigns
Is Nexus On Attack?
Nexus Awaits
Nexus Pursues
Mayor Bullies
Nexus Caught?
Bradbury Petition
Council Snubs
Annexation
Nexus Steals Home
Nexus Threatens
 

Saturday July 19, 2008

The OK House - NOT OK

Is Nexus Next?

Mille Lacs News Staff Writer

Here's a question for all Mille Lacs County residents. If you have been reading the Mille Lacs News like you should, then you know that Nexus exists primarily through your tax dollars. But did you know that you were also paying for "poor, troubled youth" in Stearns County? The OK House, which recently closed, had some things in common with the Mille Lacs Academy in Onamia, like the OK House, a non-secure detention facility for juveniles ages 11 - 17, was also funded primarily through your tax dollars.  But unlike Nexus, which utilizes tax dollars throughout the country, the OK House was paid for by residents from Benton, Sherburne, Kanabec, and Mille Lacs counties.

And when these counties decided to no longer fund the OK House, it folded.

Could the same thing happen to Nexus if the counties decided to withdraw their support?

 

 

 

Find out more about NEXUS at:

COALITION AGAINST INSTITUTIONALIZED CHILD ABUSE

Gerard's Mason City center sold to Cedar Rapids treatment group

(Note: Links no longer are available.)

 

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