The Little Falls City Council and peace activist Robin Hensel have reached tentative agreement on a 2012 First Amendment lawsuit she filed against the city.
The council Monday voted 6-1, with one abstention, to approve the settlement.
Cuyuna Regional Medical Center, Crosby
Toni Carlson and Michael Rono, a boy, Michael Kenneth Rono, 5 pounds, 11.9 ounces, March 10, 2014. Grandparents are Sheri Hausfeld, Edward Carlson, Renee Hix, Bill Hix and Christine Rono.
SEBEKA - Recently cited for driving while intoxicated, Sebeka’s police chief has decided to retire.
Eric Swenson, 48, has been a police officer for nearly 30 years and the Sebeka chief since 2007. Council members will address his retirement notice during a special meeting at 6 p.m. Monday in the c...
ST. PAUL - Saturday wasn't kind to Anthony Phillipson and Justin Mackenthun.
The two Pequot Lakes/Pine River-Backus Road Crew seniors lost their opening matches of Saturday's wrestlebacks at the Xcel Energy Center.
A federal judge ruled earlier this month in a 2012 free speech lawsuit against the city of Little Falls. The roots of the conflict began in 2011 when Robin Hensel, 60, set up political signs in her yard.
Karen Scott and Kurt Tinglev-Hanson were married at Lakeview Community Park in Middleton, Wis., on August 12, 2013. The parents are George and Patricia Scott, of Brainerd, Berta Hanson, of
Stoughton, Wis., and Knud Tinglev-
Hanson, of Middleton, Wis.