Speed limits are about to increase on Highway 23 in the Milaca area. About 65 miles of the highway will see speed limit increases as a result of a legislative mandate calling for a study of speed limits on Minnesota’s two-lane highways over a five-year period starting in 2014. Highway 23 was one o...Read More
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ONAMIA – The 11th annual Mille Lacs Snow Kite Crossing will attract top snowkiting athletes from around the world to compete in the nation’s most challenging snowkite event. There will be several events on Lake Mille Lacs, based out of Garrison, Friday through Sunday, March 6-8 from 10 a.m. ...Read More
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A man has been found dead of a gunshot wound on the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe reservation north of Onamia in Mille Lacs County. On Monday, March 2, the Mille Lacs Tribal Police and emergency services personnel were called to a home on the reservation where neighbors reported an unconscious male in a...Read More
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The Milaca fire department will be selling Heggies pizza’s in the parking lot of Teal’s Market in Milaca from 2-6 p.m. on Friday March 13 to help Adam and Missy Solomon. Adam is a Milaca firefighter. Missy Solomon was recently diagnosed with a primary glioma tumor that is affecting her left temp...Read More
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Mille Lacs County Administrator Roxy Traxler has been offered the position of Sibley County administrator, with formal action expected by the Sibley County Board on Tuesday, March 10, Traxler confirmed March 3. Traxler was originally hired as Mille Lacs County coordinator in 2006 and made Mille Lacs...Read More
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With over 300 nearby lakes, Alexandria has something for all fishing and boating enthusiasts. For those looking for something away from the water, take in the boutiques, museums, or wineries....Read More
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