Morrison County sheriff's deputies, along with Central Minnesota Drug Task Force and Minnesota Gang Strike Force agents, executed a search warrant Monday at a residence in Belle Prairie Township on 195th Avenue.
During the search, numerous items associated with the production of methamphetamine were found.
In addition, law enforcement officials discovered about one-half ounce of finished methamphetamine with a street value of about $1,400.
Two 41-year-old men from rural Little Falls were arrested after the search. Charges for felony manufacture of methamphetamine as well as possession of methamphetamine are being considered by the Morrison County attorney's office.
Dayton aide to be at Brainerd City Hall
Steve Bradach, northeast regional director for Sen. Mark Dayton, D-Minn., will be available to help area residents and answer questions from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday in the conference room of Brainerd City Hall. These meetings are conducted regularly on the second Thursday of each month.
Those who would like to meet with Bradach outside of these hours may call him at Dayton's Biwabik office at 865-4480 to set up an appointment.
Four finalists set for Baxter administrator
Four candidates for the Baxter city administrator will be interviewed Saturday.
Candidates are Dennis Coryell, Wyoming city administrator; Gordon Heitke, Cambridge city administrator; Donald Lorsung, Charles City, Iowa, city administrator; and Greg Pruszinske, Clear Lake, assistant city administrator of Becker.
Lorsung was Baxter administrator for more than six years before he resigned. In August 1998, Lorsung told the council it was a difficult and painful decision to leave Baxter for Charles City, a community with a population of 8,000. The council accepted his resignation with regret.
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