Mille Lacs County approved a new development code, effective May 1, that will rezone close to 571 acres to commercial and 285 acres to industrial. About half of the area set for rezoning commercial or industrial is residential and the other half is agricultural. The new code was designed to attract ...Read More
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The most in-demand vocal group in the Midwest, Tonic Sol-Fa, will return to Milaca for a performance at the high school at 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 24. Tickets are $10 for students and $15 for adults, and admission is free for kindergarten-age students and younger. Purchase tickets at the door on the...Read More
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One of Pease’s last remaining businesses went up in flames April 14. Part of the facilities of Pease Produce, a wholesale processor of fresh eggs, cheese and butter located at 240 Central Ave. in Pease, was destroyed by fire on Tuesday night, April 14. There were 20,000 to 25,000 eggs lost to the ...Read More
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Violence in society: Where do we stand? Violence is both insidious and deadly in our society. Some of us live with it, even daily. For others it glares though headlines. Or it blindsides us when we are least expecting. We think that violence – how it happens, how it affects us and how we can [...]...Read More
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The Milaca Board of Education has offered the school district’s superintendent position to a Cambridge-Isanti school administrator. Tim Truebenbach, the director of teaching and learning for the Cambridge-Isanti School District, was offered the job at about 9:30 p.m. Thursday, April 16, about one ...Read More
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The Milaca Wolves’ girls’ golf team had to battle four other schools at the Granite Ridge Conference tournament at the Pebble Creek Golf Course in Becker on Monday afternoon. The golf teams also had quite the battle with Mother Nature. Playing in cold, windy conditions, the Wolves finished fifth...Read More
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The Milaca Wolves’ pitchers learned a valuable lesson about throwing strikes in a lopsided 13-1 loss to Little Falls on Friday, April 17. “They’re a good club but we ran out of pitching and that was the main story,” said Wolves’ head coach Craig Talberg. “I think we walked them 16 or 17 ...Read More
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