Government

The Mille Lacs County Board of Commissioners conducted the following business at its May 20 meeting. The report is written by Joel Stottrup.   Sale of .45 and .40 caliber ammo The County Board approved Mille Lacs County Sheriff Brent Lindgren’s request to sell his department’s .45-caliber and .40-caliber ammunition to the Princeton and Milaca [...]

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Sherburne County Sheriff Joel Brott has announced he will seek reelection in 2014. Brott has been the Sherburne County Sheriff since January, 2009.  He has been with the Sherburne County Sheriff’s Office since 1996. Brott, now entering his sixth year as the county sheriff stated, “It’s been an honor serving the citizens of Sherburne County.  [...]

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Robert Essig, owner of Essig Construction Company of Baldwin Township, attended the May 5 Baldwin Township board meeting to express his disappointment that the Township Board  decided to contract with Livonia Township for road grading services. Essig’s company has been providing road grading services for the township for 33 years. Especially concerning to Essig was [...]

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The following was submitted by the candidate on his own behalf. Mille Lacs County Sheriff Brent C. Lindgren, beginning his 27th year at the Mille Lacs County Sheriff’s Office, announced that he will continue the original promise he made in 2002 when he was first elected sheriff of Mille Lacs County, which was to continue [...]

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Editor’s note: The following was submitted by the candidate on her own behalf.   Seventh District Judge Sarah Hennesy has announced that she will run as a candidate in the November election to retain her seat on the 7th Judicial District Court bench. Gov. Mark Dayton appointed Hennesy to her current position in 2012. She [...]

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  Three business signs whose installation on a local business last December stirred controversy in the city of Princeton will likely be allowed under a proposed sign ordinance introduced by the Princeton City Council, according to Zoning Administrator Carie Fuhrman. The problem with the installation of those particular signs at the Paws Up 4 You [...]

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