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Man found guilty of premeditated murder in 2018 Hibbing shooting death

Man found guilty of premeditated murder in 2018 Hibbing shooting death

Judge Rachel Sullivan issued an Order finding Jerome Dionte Spann guilty of Murder in the First Degree-Premeditated, Murder in the Second Degree, and Assault in the Second Degree. Mr. Spann had waived his right to a trial by jury opting for a trial to the Court.
Wednesday, September 22, 2021/Number of views (0)
Chisholm man dies in logging truck rollover accident near Makinen

Chisholm man dies in logging truck rollover accident near Makinen

60-year-old Wayne Robbins of Chisholm, who'd been driving a fully loaded logging truck, was killed when the vehicle went off the road on a curve and rolled over. Robbins had not been wearing a seatbelt and was partially ejected from the vehicle.
Wednesday, September 22, 2021/Number of views (0)
St. Louis County seeks proposals for Aquatic Invasive Species prevention

St. Louis County seeks proposals for Aquatic Invasive Species prevention

For the eighth consecutive year, St. Louis County has grant funding available and is seeking proposals for projects that prevent the introduction or limit the spread of Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) in lakes, rivers and other bodies of water. The County has $713,522 in grant money to award in 2022 through the state's AIS Prevention Aid Program.

Wednesday, September 22, 2021/Number of views (0)
Lost elderly man successfully located

Lost elderly man successfully located

A 77 year old male with Alzheimer's disease walked away from his residence and could not immediately be found. The Sheriff's Rescue Squad responded with various search equipment and personnel.  They located him in good health approximately 3.5 hours later.  

Friday, September 17, 2021/Number of views (0)
St. Louis County issues $26 million bonds at 1.85%

St. Louis County issues $26 million bonds at 1.85%

St. Louis County has completed the issuance of $26 million general obligation bonds to construct three new Public Works Maintenance Facilities. The bond sale was authorized by the County Board in August, and today County Auditor Nancy Nilsen updated commissioners that the interest rates on the bonds came back at a very favorable 1.85%.

Friday, September 17, 2021/Number of views (0)
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