Check out the April 9 Mille Lacs Messenger for the following stories. They will be posted on line during the coming week.
Izatys sale not approved. Bankruptcy court judge rejects $3.08 million sale.
Sheriff investigating gun theft. Man who found gun is sought in connection with theft investigation. Vivian Clark interviews the suspect.
OHS trio earns berth in state. Kristin Hart, Felicia Correa and Brienna Kightlinger are headed to state in speech.
Students march to end abuse. Blue ribbon week march at Nay Ah Shing, t-shirt day at Onamia and Isle.
Wahkon, townships talk to Isle. Fire department fees are source of conflict.
Radical driving leads to arrest. Jeffrey Allen Carlson, 30, of Milaca, was charged with fleeing a police officer and fourth-degree DWI and reckless driving.
Board approves Izatys plat. Mille Lacs County Board voted against planning commission recommendation, approved new configuration for Izatys property.
Gail Kulick Jackson endorsed by DFL. Milaca attorney gets 16A House of Representatives nod.
Clean set of books. City of Garrison’s audit looks good.
Resignations rattle McGrath. City attorney and city clerk resign. Meeting ends when council members walk out.
Benjamin, Anderson advance. Mille Lacs Band primary narrows field of seven to two: current chief Melanie Benjamin and former chief Marge Anderson. District 1 representative Alicia Skinaway will face former representative Sandra Blake.
Tangling with titans. Jammie Thomas of Brainerd still fighting recording industry after being fined over $200,000.
Auction results in low bid. Izatys auction was a surprise to locals, who thought the fabled resort was worth more than $3 million.
Black bears waking up. Rob Passons gets the scoop on hibernation.
Columns by Brett Larson, Vivian Clark, Betty Wilkens, Linda Burch, Bob Statz.