State Senator Tom Saxhaug indicated his intention to file for reelection this week. Saxhaug has served in the Minnesota Senate since 2002.
He has served as Chairman of the State Department and Veterans Budget […]
The city of Grand Rapids has a new police sergeant. Officer Andy Morgan was sworn in as Sergeant at last night’s city council meeting. Grand Rapids Police Chief Scott Johnson made the […]
Two semi-train accidents were reported this week.
The first, in Grand Rapids, Wednesday afternoon, bent the semi in half, spilled the entire trailer of wood, but no one was injured. The semi was […]
Facilities remain an issue for Independent School District 318. At last night’s school board meeting, Superintendent Dr. Bruce Thomas shared with the board that a study of maintenance costs of existing elementary schools […]
The Grand Rapids Police Department has a new Police Sergeant and a new Police Investigator. At last night’s city council meeting, Andy Morgan was named to the Sergeant’s position and Kevin Ott named […]
Thanks to On-Star and quick thinking police officers, a local resident recovered a stolen car in 20 minutes. A resident left his car running when he went into a convenience store. When […]
Four people died in a head-on collision Saturday on Highway 65 in Aitkin County. According to the Minnesota State Patrol, a vehicle driven by 45 year old Christopher Moe of Columbia Heights was […]
The Cohasset City Council Tuesday night approved the rezoning of property located between County Road 76 and County Road 63 from light industrial to heavy industrial. The property is owned by the Itasca […]
The Grand Rapids Police Department will be again giving back this holiday season. Yesterday, Grand Rapids City Council held a special meeting and a donation of ten fifty dollar Target gift cards were donated […]
The Grand Rapids City Council set the city’s legislative priorities for the year 2016 last night. During last night’s work session, ten priorities were re-established from 2015. The top five priorities for […]