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The city of Princeton installed yellow crosswalk markers last Friday morning at four busy crossing areas in the city’s business district to remind drivers and pedestrians about crosswalk safety. The yellow signs have a silhouette of a pedestrian and remind drivers of the state law requiring driver...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 19 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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City and township officials gathered at the Baldwin Town Hall May 28 to untangle the details of an intended connection between a paved bicycle and pedestrian trail Princeton is building. The entities agree the trail is a good thing but did not agree on connection logistics, so the trail will end 20 ...Read More
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  The Mille Lacs County Board decided at its June 1 meeting not to adopt a social host ordinance when commissioners failed to second a motion to support the new law. The county board began considering the ordinance about two months ago and held a public hearing at its May 18 meeting at which at...Read More
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The Baldwin Township board talked at length during its May 19 meeting about its disappointment in communication with the city of Princeton regarding a paved trail along Rum River Drive South that is supposed to connect with township road 313th Avenue. The supervisors agreed they are excited about th...Read More
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The board approved a fourth payment to the attorney firm, Ruvelson & Kautzer, Ltd., regarding an ethics complaint that had been made against former Mille Lacs County Attorney Jan Jude. The payment was for $1,669, bringing the total paid to the firm in the case so far to $4,691....Read More
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The board conducted a public hearing on an application by Josh Zens for a recreational kennel license to keep eight hunting dogs at his commercial location, Prince Bait, north of Milaca. The county’s dog ordinance requires a kennel license to keep more than three dogs over six months of age. There...Read More
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