Mille Lacs Messenger, April 30

Sheriff told to move on. Lindgren says he’s obligated to investigate “gun theft” but County Attorney Jan Kolb says it probably wouldn’t result in charges.

Foreclosure crisis continues. County figures for first quarter show an increase over last year’s record numbers.
Hope for New Orleans. Reporter Vivian Clark traveled to New Orleans with Ann Shields of Onamia, where they worked on restoring homes destroyed by Hurricane Katrina.
Mille Lacs County news. Green infrastructure and Onanegozie update.
Isle school news. Superintendent Ralston announces resignation.
Sick loons. Loons landed in a sewage treatment pond near Ironton and got sick. They’re being treated at Wild and Free rehab clinic in Garrison.
Spawning season. DNR biologists were out trapping and tagging walleyes and northerns. 
Columns by me, Bob Statz, Tammi Enberg, Leland Rueb, Ralph LaPlant.
Lots of letters, Isle and Onamia sports, and a front page pic of ice pushed over Mille Lacs.

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