New Content from Thursday July 24

Conservative deer season set; hunting licenses go on sale Aug. 1 - Grand Rapids Herald-Review - News

Hunters can expect a conservative 2014 deer season designed to rebuild deer numbers across much of the state, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources said.

Coleraine Library hosts luncheon with author - Grand Rapids Herald-Review - News

The Coleraine Public Library will host a luncheon with author and humorist Jeanne Cooney at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, July 29, at the library, 203 Cole Street, Coleraine. There is a $8 charge for lunch and

White House Rural Council annoucnes $10 billion dollar to promote rural economic development - Blandin on Broadband

OK the press release didnt include a direct connection to broadband but its not a big stretch to add it in. The scoop is that theres a bigRural Opportunity Investment Conference (ROI) happening this week to encourage public and private investment in rural economic development. For investors its an opportunity for new markets; for economic developers and businesses, its a new investment pool In conjunction with this event, the White House Rural Council is announcing a $10 billion dollar investment fund to promote rural economic development.

New Content from Wednesday July 23

Scherf retires from sheriffs office - Grand Rapids Herald-Review - News

Ive done my time, he said, smiling.

ISD 318 wrestles with need for annual hikes in lunch prices - Grand Rapids Herald-Review - News

As part of the ongoing compliance to the Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010, the ISD 318 board once again voted for an incremental hike in school lunch prices for area families at their meeting on M

Superintendent Adams pleads not guilty to DWI charge - Grand Rapids Herald-Review - News

In a very brief court appearance Tuesday afternoon, the attorney for the superintendent of the Nashwauk-Keewatin and Greenway school districts entered not guilty pleas to charges stemming from a July

Court of Appeals affirms countys decision on Deer Lake Bible camp - Grand Rapids Herald-Review - News

An opinion filed Monday, July 21, by the Minnesota Court of Appeals has affirmed Itasca Countys decision that an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) is not needed for the development of a Bible camp

Law report - Grand Rapids Herald-Review - News

The following are gross misdemeanor and felony convictions as reported in the Itasca County Court Disposition Bulletin.

Bovey man pleads guilty to road rage incident - Grand Rapids Herald-Review - News

A Bovey man has pleaded guilty in connection to a road rage incident that occurred near Marble in May.

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