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It won’t be long before the Milaca High School Band will be heard on the streets of Milaca practicing its routine for the summer parade season. And it won’t be long before the band is entertaining all during the Gateway to the Northland Festival, just six weeks away, on June 16-20. The Milaca Ar...Read More
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A 45-year-old Andover man was arrested following an incident early Wednesday morning, April 29, that involved the Isanti County Sheriff’s Office, Isanti County Special Response Team, Anoka SWAT Team and the East Central Violent Offender and Drug Task Force. According to a press release provided by...Read More
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Blandin Foundation announced today that it has awarded 29 grants totaling $321,245 that assist rural Minnesota communities in advancing high-speed Internet access and use. Mille Lacs County will launch a feasibility study to gather the necessary information to install a Fiber to the Premise (FTTP) b...Read More
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When members of the Princeton community gather Saturday, May 2, for the March of Dimes March for Babies, it will have a special meaning for a local family. Amber and Brad Aasen, of Baldwin Township, and their 3-year-old son, Aynsley, will be serving as ambassadors of the event, being hosted by Fairv...Read More
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Question: What is the rule for drivers of motorcycles for making left or right turns at intersections? Sometimes they are not heavy enough to trip the signal lights. Someone told me that they could make a left or right turn at a red light if it is safe to do so, after the signal light [...]...Read More
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The Aitkin County Sheriff’s Office is looking for assistance locating Edward C. Schultz (aka Fritz). He is a 56 year old white male 6’1″ tall with brown hair, hazel eyes and weighing approx 160 lbs. Schultz was last seen on Sunday, April 26th in Oglivie. His vehicle was located in ...Read More
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Both the Milaca Wolves’ boys’ and girls’ track and field teams placed fifth at the Big Lake Invite on Thursday, April 23. Big Lake played poor hosts at their own meet, finishing first overall in both categories. Overall, the Milaca performances were down, said Wolves’ track coach Jeremy Mikl...Read More
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