Hofland embraced challenge of county government
By Tom Larson
When Neal Hofland first ran for a Stevens County Board of Commissioners seat, he vowed to serve a maximum of two four-year terms.
Given the State of Minnesota's current economic problems and how they filter down to county governments, it would seem that Hofland is getting out at just the right time. And happy about it, too.
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