Government

Aitkin County commissioners have voted to have Mille Lacs County Administrator Roxy Traxler work part-time for Aitkin County as an interim administrator for as much as 16-20 hours per week the next four to five months. The Aitkin County Board has  approved the arrangement to have Traxler serve as an interim administrator for Aitkin County [...]

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A coffee shop near the corner of Highway 23 and Central Avenue is a step closer to reality after plans gained the approval of the Milaca Planning Commission on Monday, Feb. 11. Scott and Cheryl Minks, of Foley, doing business as Cherscot Inc. and owners of the Coffee Corner at 502 S. Second St., Princeton, [...]

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John Klein, of Isle, will be able to store a limited number of fish houses on Doe Island in the Isle area of Mille Lacs Lake and to generally develop the island. The Mille Lacs County Board of Commissioners on Feb. 4 approved an interim use permit for Klein to allow it. The board gave [...]

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State Representative Sondra Erickson (District 15A) addresses a gathering at a town hall meeting Saturday morning at the Hi-Way Cafe in Milaca. Erickson and State Senator Dave Brown (District 15), at right, hosted the meeting. The Republicans said many vital issues will be on the table at this year’s legislative session, including bullying mandates, bonding [...]

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John Klein of Isle will be able to store a limited number of fish houses on Doe Island in the Isle area of Mille Lacs Lake and to generally develop the island. The Mille Lacs County Board of Commissioners on Feb. 4 approved an interim use permit (IUP) for Klein to allow it. The Board [...]

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The Mille Lacs County Board of Commissioners conducted the following business at its Feb. 4 meeting in the historic courthouse in Milaca. Written by Joel Stottrup. Consent agenda The board approved about a dozen items through approving the consent agenda and they include: • Approved an exempt permit for the Rum River Longbeards to conduct [...]

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This is a filing statement provided by the candidate Joe Walsh announced his candidacy for Mille Lacs County attorney, an elected, nonpartisan office. His decision to run is focused on strengthening honesty, integrity and trust in the county’s top legal post. “During my conversations with thousands of county residents while running for the Minnesota House [...]

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