Greater Minnesota is still facing a number of challenges that metro area doesn’t have to worry about- issues including workforce housing, skilled job vacancies, transportation, and health services. State Senator Tom Saxhaug […]
The community of Grand Rapids will remember September 11th with a procession of emergency vehicles and a memorial service. This Thursday, you are invited to view this procession, including law enforcement, fire, and […]
A car-bicycle accident on 1st Avenue Northwest sent one person to the hospital on Tuesday.
A vehicle was traveling north on 4th Street NW at 1st Avenue NW, when the driver failed to notice the […]
A 40 year old Iowa woman was lost in the BWCA for 18 hours Sunday night through Monday. Janene Lee Stewart was with a tour group from an Iowa community college that was […]
Independent School District 316 is looking for a new business manager. The Greenway district has been collaborating with the Nashwauk/Keewatin school district- sharing the business services of Mark Case. Case filed notice that he […]
Is the issue of Zim’s Lane settled? Yes and No. On Tuesday afternoon, the roadway issue came before the Itasca County board of commissioners again. The board heard a petition from […]
A separation agreement was signed between former Police Chief Jim Denny and the City of Grand Rapids at Monday night’s Grand Rapids City Council meeting, effective Tuesday. Also at last night’s Grand Rapids […]
Ipads will be rolling out in Independent School District 318 in late September. Starting this school year, students in grades 4th, 5th, and 9th grade will be receiving Ipads as part of the 1:1 […]
The city of Grand Rapids is prepared to sever its ties to Police Chief Jim Denny.
On Monday, the Grand Rapids City council is expected to make two changes in the police department. The […]
Funeral services for the three local residents killed in a plane crash in Canada were held jointly last week. Thirty-six year old Lynn BoHanon, 41 year-old Nikolas Rajala, and 40 year-old Teresa Rajala […]