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A new wildlife management area consisting of 160 acres is being created in Hayland Township northwest of Milaca in Mille Lacs County. Tim Marion, area wildlife supervisor with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources office in Cambridge, received the needed approval from the Mille Lacs County B...Read More
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It’s tax season.  Tax forms usually start to arrive at the libraries in January.  Minnesota Income and Property tax booklets and forms have begun to arrive. East Central Regional Library has received notice that, due to budget cuts in the 2015 Omnibus Appropriations bill recently passed by Congr...Read More
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  ST. PAUL, Minn. – The Minnesota Department of Agriculture is updating its popular, statewide, Minnesota Grown Directory filled with direct to consumer farms and farmers markets. Membership and Directory listing are open to Minnesota producers who grow or raise products. The 2014 edition pro...Read More
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A Sunday afternoon fire in Milaca destroyed a garage and its contents. The Milaca Fire Department was called to 605 Second Ave. SW at about 2:10 p.m. Sunday on a report of a garage fire. Firefighters arriving on scene found heavy smoke and fire in a detached garage, according to Co-chief Greg Lerud....Read More
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Milaca Elim Home residents celebrated the ending of 2014 and the coming of the new year Dec. 31 with a performance by the Glitzy Chicks. The three-woman band wore sparkling attire and sang several numbers, including “Silent Night,” “Will the Circle be Unbroken” and “A Friend in Jesus,” a...Read More
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The city of Milaca has begun the process of planning park improvements approved by voters through a $475,000 referendum in the Nov. 4, 2014, election. A committee of city, park board and community members met on Monday, Jan. 5, to lay a foundation for park plans. Initial discussion included site loc...Read More
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