The problem of child abuse in Mille Lacs County has significantly increased in the past two to three years, according to Suzanne Lelwica, the county’s Community and Veterans Services Department assistant director. Her department handled 200 child maltreatment cases, some classified as family asses...Read More
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Marcia Sonsteby has resided in Princeton for 25 of her 26 years but spends a significant amount of time working in Milaca as either a children’s pastor at Milaca Lighthouse Fellowship or as a patient care assistant at Home Advantage Health Care LLC. She lives with her father and older brother. Her...Read More
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Minnesota has experienced a horrific parade of violence against children in recent years. Just last week, we learned of the death of Sophia O’Neill, age 2, of Minneapolis, stomped to death allegedly by her mother’s boyfriend, age 17. Most people recall the 32-year-old father, Michael Gunderson o...Read More
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A passion for old-time music and a desire to bring people of all ages together to dance and have a good time are what inspired 20-year-old Nathan Neuman, of Waite Park, to start his own band. At 6:30 p.m. Thursday, July 9, Nathan’s Oldtime Band will perform a free concert for the public at Milaca ...Read More
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Milaca Community Library is proud to welcome children’s author and illustrator Nancy Carlson. Nancy Carlson is an accomplished children’s book author and illustrator who has published more than 60 books. This special Storytime with Nancy Carlson will be at the Milaca Community Library on Thursda...Read More
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121 Years Ago May, 1894 It seems to me that the Village Council could find some other dumping place than in the vicinity of the Village School. We want fresh pure air there as well as the people in their homes, and besides it doesn’t look very neat to see great piles of rubbish and [...]...Read More
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