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September 20, 2021

Fatal fall at St. Croix River
Chisago County, Taylors Falls, Lakes Region EMS and National Park Service emergency personnel went to an area of Interstate State Park, Saturday, Sept. 11 about 7:40 p.m. to aid a man who reportedly fell from the rocks.  The teams were unsuccessful in lifesaving efforts, and the victim was pronounced dead at St Croix Regional Medical Center.  The victim is identified as 39-year-old Nathan Darval of Hanover, MN.
Monday, September 13, 2021


Two deaths on local roads
The state patrol identified the victim in the crash on Highway 95, Tuesday September 14, that impacted traffic in Franconia Township, about 7:20 a.m.
Friday, September 17, 2021

Movement to create liveable communities for seniors heats up
There are eight aspects to creating a quality community.  These domains of livability as they are known, have been giving local leader something to think about, as area senior living activists have been trying to enlist officials in an assessment process of what their communities have to offer to aging residents.
Friday, September 17, 2021

Taylors Falls Council meeting emotionally charged
The very good news that the city of Taylors Falls has finally received a strong offer for the empty city lot on mainstreet— was overshadowed by a staff member’s near breakdown in chambers Monday night this week.  City Attorney Patrick Kelly was in the audience for the purpose of facilitating action on the lot purchase agreement, and had to verbally hush the Clerk Treasurer; who rose from her chair to comment on a workplace pay equity complaint and her allegations of discrimination.  Kelly interrupted, and reminded the clerk the state investigation is open and she must not make public statements until there’s a decision.
Friday, September 17, 2021

Redistricting listening session September 20
In order to make sure the people of Minnesota and citizens of Chisago County in particular, enjoy equal representation at all levels of government,  there is a process underway called redistricting.  It happens after every U.S. census have been released. Population headcounts are verified and precincts and districts are compared.
Friday, September 17, 2021

Shafer Days is our last summer celebration fling, come on out!
Shafer Days is upon us.  This is one of the very last summer celebrations that we have locally.  I just looked at the forecast and it looks to be spectacular this weekend.
Friday, September 17, 2021

Going to the cabbage patch this week
We’re going to do the Cabbage Patch this week in the recipe column. Is that a dance that I’m great at? Maybe. Ask anybody at Taco Daze in Scandia this past weekend and they’ll talk of my dancing prowess.
Friday, September 17, 2021

Mobile home park relocation an example of working as should
September 2021 seemed to be a far-off distant deadline when residents of the Elms Estates first heard two years ago that their Lindstrom mobile home neighborhood was being put on the market.  By fall 2021 they’d have to be out of their homes. 
Friday, September 10, 2021

County Board backs levy hike on split vote
The county local levy for next year was set at a maximum increase of 5.75 percent last week on a split Board vote.  The budget committee had brought a recommended 7.33 percent levy increase to the meeting, but last minute arguments from Chair Chris DuBose, and Commissioners Dunne and Montzka prevailed.
Friday, September 10, 2021

CL's Lindahl turned into a butter sculpture
Princess Kay finalist Isabelle Lindahl, Chisago Lake Twsp. north, in the cooler at the State Fair with the traditional butter sculpture of herself, done by Gerry Kulzer Sept. 2. Parents Kevin and Tara Lindahl are in foreground. Thanks to Midwest Dairy for the photo.
Friday, September 10, 2021

St. Bridget of Sweden Church Block Party a blast
The St. Bridget of Sweden Church's annual block party was a huge success this year!
Friday, September 10, 2021

Are you ready for some football?
Labor Day is passed, so you know what that means... fall, football and apples!
Friday, September 10, 2021

9/11 - has it been 20 years already.... Johnny Cash playing in Chisago City
This Saturday at 6 pm. there is an anniversary event to honor the victims of 9/11.  Can you believe that it has been 20 years already?  Not saying it feels like yesterday, but definitely not 20 years.  When I watch a tv show looking at the footage of the events you can really tell it has been 20 years.
Friday, September 10, 2021

Male reported missing is located, deceased, in Taylors Falls
Thursday, September 9, 2021

Chisago City Council acts to align DNR shoreland zoning requirement
The Chisago City Council moved two steps closer Aug. 24  to meeting terms of the negotiated settlement reached with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. a mediation assigned as part of  a lawsuit found the city’s ordinances for Planned Unit Developments (PUD) were not in compliance with DNR Shoreland regulations. The dispute was triggered by a request for more than 20 slips at the Green Lake Villas PUD which was approved by the city and then legally challenged by the DNR.
Thursday, September 2, 2021

Celebrate Franconia Sculpture Park 25th anniversary Sept. 25
Franconia Sculpture Park is turning 25 and celebrating in high art and high fashion  September 25,  with its largest community event to date! Please join Franconia staff, board and our 2021 Artists-in-Residence for a full-day program looking back on a milestone year highlighting the intersection of art and ecology and our 2021 Curatorial theme of “Authority & Visibility in Public Space.” Parking during the event is $5/car and all events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.*
Thursday, September 2, 2021

Deceased male found in truck in Chisago Lake
Tuesday August 24 at approximately 6:30 PM, the Chisago County Sheriff’s Office was alerted to a suspected pick-up truck submerged in the water near the Chisago/Lindstrom Lake public access off Stinson Avenue in Chisago City.
Thursday, September 2, 2021

North Branch PD to add body-worn cameras
North Branch Council is assembling its 2022 budget, just like all the other local cities are doing now, and a new item is being penciled in:  bodyworn cameras for law enforcement. 
Thursday, September 2, 2021

Water and Light GM's on site services end Aug. 31; but on payroll through December
The North Branch Water and Light Commissioners voted unanimously August 18 to sunset the utility General Manager’s “active and fulltime on site services” as of the end of this month.
Friday, August 27, 2021

Sen. Koran not entering GOP chair race
Local State senator Mark Koran, R-rural North Branch, is not going to be entering the race for Chair of the Minnesota GOP.  Several months ago Koran was on the short list seeking the chairmanship, when incumbent Jennifer Carnahan was re-seated by GOP officials.  Carnahan resigned last week and there are only weeks allowed (to early October) within the party framework to convene a convention and elect a new chair.
Friday, August 27, 2021

Recovery Plan monies update
It was heartening to see so many representatives of local townships and cities attend a county-hosted meeting August 16 on American Recovery Plan (ARP)  funds,  and share ideas on priority needs.  The meeting was designed to start conversations about projects or brainstorm shared issues that  might become a collaboration.  In total Chisago County will see an infusion of $17 million— with county government being allocated $10 million alone.
Friday, August 27, 2021

County OK's Rural Retail; accepts Chavez resignation
Permits for rural retail business including do-it-yourself classes in the countryside were approved last week by the county commissioners.
Friday, August 27, 2021

Lindstrom firefighters' retirement payout upped
Lindstrom firefighters were represented at last week’s city council meeting by firefighter Ryan Peterson, who keeps track of benefits.  The account is doing well and he asked council to consider (for the 2022 budget) an increase of $200 per year to $3,300 for the retirement payout.  Firefighters are eligible to get compensated upon retiring,  per year of service,  after they are vested at year five.
Friday, August 27, 2021

Relay for Life
Chisago Lake Lutheran Church held the annual American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life Wednesday evening.  Over 800 luminaries were purchased and displayed for the public to view.  Honorary chair for the event was Scott Sellman (left).  Right: The Relay Survivor’s Lap lead by bagpiper Paul Dennison. 
Friday, August 27, 2021

Shafer city council approve electrical upgrades on water tower project
Shafer City Council met August 17 for a regular meeting. All members except for Nick Brehm were present. 
Friday, August 27, 2021

Ki Chi Saga Days was so fun, up next is a block party, take a break
I hope you had a chance to get out to Ki Chi Saga Days over the weekend.  Judging by the crowds, it looks like everyone and their brother came out to enjoy one of our last festivals of the summer.  The weather was fantastic and the crowds in the park were absolutely huge. 
Friday, August 27, 2021


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