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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)
Virtual public meeting re: Haines Rd/Piedmont Ave project

Virtual public meeting re: Haines Rd/Piedmont Ave project

St. Louis County Public Works is hosting a public information meeting regarding a 2023 project to improve to sections of Haines Road and Piedmont Avenue in Duluth. The virtual meeting will be Wednesday, June 15, at 6 p.m. Project details, including a link to join the meeting, are available online at stlouiscountymn.gov/haines-piedmont.
Monday, June 13, 2022/Number of views (0)
Off highway motorcycle injury crash

Off highway motorcycle injury crash

On June 12th, 2022 at approximately 12:10 PM , the St. Louis County Sheriff's Office assisted by the Morse Fire Department, Ely Ambulance, and the St. Louis County Rescue Squad responded to an off highway motorcycle crash that occurred on the Taconite State Trail South of Ely.  The operator Dylan Thompson lost control of his motorcycle on the trail and injured his leg.  Thompson was transported by Life Link 111 air medical to Essentia Health-St. Mary's Hospital in Duluth with non-life threatening injuries. 

Monday, June 13, 2022/Number of views (0)
Male hospitalized after being ejected from his boat

Male hospitalized after being ejected from his boat

Tower and Breitung area first responders and law enforcement were dispatched to the report of a male being thrown from his boat on Lake Vermillion earlier today. The reporting party called 911 to report that the male was back in the boat however, he had sustained a severe injury to his hand and they were now en-route to Stuntz Bay Landing to meet first responder’s.
Monday, June 6, 2022/Number of views (0)
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