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St. Louis County Continuum of Care achieves effective end to veteran homelessness

St. Louis County Continuum of Care achieves effective end to veteran homelessness

The United States Interagency Council on Homelessness, Department of Housing and Urban Development, and Department of Veterans Affairs have determined that the St. Louis County Continuum of Care (CoC) has effectively ended homelessness among Veterans.
Thursday, June 16, 2022/Number of views (0)
Utility work to close Haines Road near Maple Grove Road

Utility work to close Haines Road near Maple Grove Road

A section of Haines Road just south of Maple Grove Road will be closed for several days next week due to private utility work being done. The road closure will begin Wednesday, June 22, and the road is expected to re-open to traffic by Saturday, June 25.
Thursday, June 16, 2022/Number of views (0)
News conference scheduled regarding veterans homelessness

News conference scheduled regarding veterans homelessness

Governor Tim Walz, along with representatives of the Minnesota Department of Veterans Affairs, the Minnesota Assistance Council for Veterans (MAC-V), St. Louis County, the City of Duluth of others will hold a news conference Thursday, June 16, at 10 a.m. in the Duluth Civic Center on Priley Drive. (In the event of inclement weather, the announcement will take place inside City Hall.)  
Wednesday, June 15, 2022/Number of views (0)
Conrad Sunde found guilty

Conrad Sunde found guilty

A Duluth firefighter was found guilty today of Felony Third-Degree Assault of 65-year-old Mary Modec on a western Duluth trail, St. Louis County Attorney Kim Maki said.  
Conrad John Sunde IV, 50, was found guilty by Judge Theresa Neo after Mr. Sunde waived his right to a jury trial in favor of a court trial. The Court will issue its specific findings and a sentencing date will be scheduled.
Tuesday, June 14, 2022/Number of views (0)
Broadband grant funding available to local communities

Broadband grant funding available to local communities

St. Louis County is reminding local cities and townships that two sources of grant funding remain available for planning and implementing broadband projects to improve access for residents and businesses.
Monday, June 13, 2022/Number of views (0)
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