The evening of Wednesday, Nov. 20, an officer with the Onamia Police Department observed an erratic driver on Hwy. 169. In the process of carrying out a traffic stop, the officer learned of a child welfare check tied to the driver earlier that day which indicated drug use. The driver, Rachel…
Discussion took place at the Nov. 19 Mille Lacs County Board meeting regarding the proposed Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) reduced conflict intersections. The proposed intersections would be located at Hwy. 169 and Mille Lacs County Road 11 north of Milaca, Hwy. 169 and Count…
AutoSmith in Ironton keeps on growing and has now purchased Dennis’ Towing of Glen.
Members of the Isle Garden Club continued the tradition of decorating the tree at the First National Bank in Isle. This tradition started in the late 1970s. This year they made popcorn and cranberry strands to add some pizazz to the tree. All of the items are homemade from natural materials.…
”It was the hardest shot I’ve ever had to make,” Eddie Lyback, of Isle, said, referring to a shot that put an albino buck out of its misery last week.
Thursday, Dec. 5, the Mille Lacs Raider wrestling team opened their season by taking on the Ogilvie Lions and the Holdingford Huskers in a triangular meet at Ogilvie High. The evening ended with a split for the black and gold, as who beat Ogilvie, 54-24, but dropped the match to Holdingford, 28-45.
Following the postponement of their first scheduled game against Upsala because of poor weather, the Onamia Panthers officially opened their season with a conference home game against the Braham Bombers on Dec. 6. Onamia entered the game with a record of 0-34 against Braham in the past 17 years.