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Minnesota Sheriff's Association offers scholarships to law enforcement students

Minnesota Sheriff's Association offers scholarships to law enforcement students

The Minnesota Sheriff's Association (MSA) is again offering scholarships to students pursuing careers in law enforcement, and St. Louis County Sheriff Ross Litman encourages local students to apply. Up to 20 scholarships worth $2,000 each will be awarded as part of the MSA's Law Enforcement Scholarship Program for 2022. These scholarships are due to the coordinated efforts of the 87 Sheriffs of the State of Minnesota. 
Monday, September 19, 2022/Number of views (0)
Camper Fire in Canosia Township

Camper Fire in Canosia Township

On 09/17/22 at approximately 1855 hours, St. Louis County Deputies responded to a report of a camper fire in the 4800 block of Midway Road in Canosia Township.  It was reported that a slide in truck camper that was currently positioned on a utility trailer had started on fire.

Monday, September 19, 2022/Number of views (0)
St. Louis County seeks proposals for Aquatic Invasive Species Prevention

St. Louis County seeks proposals for Aquatic Invasive Species Prevention

St. Louis County is looking for ideas on how to prevent the introduction or limit the spread of Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) in lakes, rivers and other bodies of water. The County has $712,235 in grant money to award in 2023 through the state's AIS Prevention Aid Program.
Friday, September 16, 2022/Number of views (0)
Name Released in Industrial fatality at Gravel Pit - North of Cloquet

Name Released in Industrial fatality at Gravel Pit - North of Cloquet

Yesterday afternoon, the St. Louis County Sheriffs Office, and local emergency medical services were dispatched to a gravel pit near Highway 33 and Sunset Lake Drive in Industrial Township.
Thursday, September 15, 2022/Number of views (0)
St. Louis County Board considers $163.4 million preliminary levy for 2023

St. Louis County Board considers $163.4 million preliminary levy for 2023

The St. Louis County Board has given initial approval for the 2023 maximum property tax levy in the amount of $163,366,729. This is a 4.39% increase in the levy compared to last year, however significant growth in the property tax base will offset this increase for many property owners.
Tuesday, September 13, 2022/Number of views (0)
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