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St. Louis County Auditor issues updated guidance for voters who'd planned to vote my mail

St. Louis County Auditor issues updated guidance for voters who'd planned to vote my mail

The St. Louis County Auditor is urging anyone who planned to vote by mail, who has not yet done so, to instead hand deliver their ballot to ensure it is received in time to be counted. Currently in St. Louis County, there are approximately 10,000 ballots that have been sent out but not yet returned.
Friday, October 30, 2020/Number of views (0)
Six organizations in St. Louis County to receive funding for shelter beds, staffing

Six organizations in St. Louis County to receive funding for shelter beds, staffing

Six organizations that serve people who are experiencing homelessness or survivors of domestic violence in St. Louis County will be getting access to a new, ongoing funding source made possible through a complicated cost neutral transfer the county successfully completed with the Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS), following a vote by the St. Louis County Board.
Friday, October 30, 2020/Number of views (0)
Single vehicle accident with injuries

Single vehicle accident with injuries

On 10/27/2020 at approximately 1122 hours, the Bois Forte Police Department received a report that a 16 year old juvenile male had been drinking and took the family vehicle without permission.  At 1135 hours, St. Louis County Sheriff's Deputies and the Breitung Police Department responded to a report that the same juvenile had stolen a bottle of alcohol from the Ledge Store in Vermilion Lake Township.  The juvenile male had fled the scene in the same vehicle he had taken without permission.
Tuesday, October 27, 2020/Number of views (0)
County Board approves $365,000 to address community health needs

County Board approves $365,000 to address community health needs

The St. Louis County Board has unanimously approved $364,745 in funding for five community-based projects that focus on the priority areas of mental health, youth substance abuse, and food insecurity. Funding comes from the county's Public Health Innovation fund balance account. 
Tuesday, October 27, 2020/Number of views (0)
Two Vehicle Accident With Injuries in Midway Township

Two Vehicle Accident With Injuries in Midway Township

On October 26, 2020 at approximately 2:45PM the St. Louis County Sheriff’s Office, Proctor Police Department, Hermantown Police Department, MN State Patrol, Midway Fire Department, Proctor Fire Department and Mayo Clinic Ambulance responded to a traffic accident at the intersection of Midway Road and Old Highway 61 in Midway Township. The accident occurred when a semi-truck pulling an empty flatbed trailer, traveling eastbound on Old Highway 61, failed to yield before crossing the intersection at Midway Road. The semi-truck then hit the driver’s side of a pickup truck traveling north bound on Midway Road. The driver of the pickup was transported to Essentia hospital with what is believed to be serious injuries. His condition is unknown at this time. The driver of the semi-truck received no injuries. Drugs and alcohol do not appear to be a factor. The incident remains under investigation by the St. Louis County Sheriff’s Office.
Tuesday, October 27, 2020/Number of views (0)
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