Below are summaries of the actions taken by the Mille Lacs County Board at its June 2 meeting. They were compiled by Debbie Griffin. Consultant to help with development transition Thge Mille Lacs County Board voted to grant a request by Land Services Director Michele McPherson to negotiate a $36,000...Read More
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A Milaca man allegedly used a wooden sign and rubber sandal to start a fire in his home during a domestic dispute on the city’s north side. As smoke alarms sounded in a smoke-filled home, Mille Lacs County Sheriff Sgt. Dan Holada rushed to the scene of the fire where there were 1-foot high flames,...Read More
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The Mille Lacs County Board decided at its June 1 meeting not to adopt a social-host ordinance, but it was a lack of action rather than a vote that decided the issue. The county began considering the law about two months ago and held a public hearing at its May 18 meeting. At least a [...]...Read More
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Mille Lacs County Sheriff Brent Lindgren is pleased to announce that the Sheriff’s Office is partnering with Congratulate & Educate Project, sponsored by the Minnesota Department of Human Services, for tobacco compliance checks with businesses in the county who sell tobacco products. These com...Read More
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The Milaca Wolves’ Noel Flor fired an 81 on Day 2 of the Section 6AA golf event at the Blackberry Golf Course on Tuesday, June 2. Flor carded a 46 on his first nine holes and then caught fire with a 35 on his final nine. He had an 84 in his first round to [...]...Read More
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The Milaca trap shooting team won its Class 1A Conference 8 title for the spring season recently and has now advanced to the state championship in Alexandria. Milaca beat out Brandon-Evansville to move on to the Alexandria competition. Milaca finished with 9,691 points compared to Brandon-Evansville...Read More
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