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Woman, infant missing in Pine County
PINE COUNTY, Minn. - The Pine County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help to locate woman and her 1-month-old baby. Laura Lee St. Awesome, 39, and her infant son, Theo Stillday, were last seen on Dec. 4 and haven't been heard from since that time.
Pine Co. Sheriff: Mother And Infant Missing
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A 39-year-old woman and her infant son are missing, and the Pine County Sheriff’s office are asking for the public’s help to find them. Laura St. Awesome and 1-month-old Theo Stillday have not been heard from since Tuesday. They are believed to be in Pine County or Mille Lacs Co
Siren PD execute search warrants based on marijuana odor
SIREN—On Friday, Nov. 30, the Siren Police Department assisted by the St. Croix Tribal Police Department and Webster Police Department executed a search warrant based on the odor of marijuana in the Village of Siren. During the execution of the warrant, 1.33 pounds of suspected marijuana and 18.5 gr
Tigers dictate tempo, defeat Cumberland
WEBSTER––“We transitioned well. We set the tempo and put pressure on their defense,” said Tiger coach Rob Scherrer following the 74-51 Webster win over the visiting Cumberland Beavers last Tuesday night.
Striking Prisoners in Negotiations with Minnesota Department of Corrections Over Conditions, Guard Abuse
RUSH CITY, Minn. -- On Friday, November 30, 115 inmates inside Rush City Correctional Facility went on strike. The inmates, who work at the Anagram balloon factory inside the prison, stopped work for a day to demand that the prison administration come to the negotiating table around delays in cantee
Minn. DOC in talks with prisoners after work strike
On Friday, 115 offenders assigned to the facility’s anagram balloon factory refused to work for a full day until prison administrators met with them to hear their complaints — RUSH CITY, Minn. — The Department of Corrections (DOC) has agreed to negotiate with a group of inmates at Rush City prison a
Wrestling team opens season strong
Monticello head wrestling coach Jason Thompson likes to give his team challenges early on in the season. Why?. “This is just the beginning of our practice matches,” said Thompson. “Nobody qualified for the state tournament last weekend.”
Hockey legend Henry Boucha visits Pine City
On the evening of Nov. 29, Native American Olympian Henry Boucha spoke to a group of Pine City students, parents, staff, and community members. Boucha talked about his years growing up in Warroad, Minnesota, where young people spent some time watching fuzzy black and white TV, but mostly “. . . made
Toy donations needed for Carlton area kids
The 24th Annual Toys for Carlton Area Kids drive is Nov. 12 to Dec. 12. Donate new, unwrapped toys, hats, mittens and scarves or gift cards for children age 17 and under. Carlton — VFW, high school library, elementary school office, City of Carlton, Inter-Faith Care Center/Pine View Apartments, Volu
Years Ago: Reckless horse drivers admonished in 1893
The students in Pine Technical College’s Student Senate and Phi Theta Kappa started wondering what it would be like to be overseas and unable to be with their families for the holidays. So they came up with a plan to make the holidays at least a little more “homey” for the U.S. Troops. They decided
VFW supports Pine City graduates
VFW Post 4258 recently awarded two $500 scholarships to Anna Miller and Erin Pavelka. Anna attends the College of St. Benedict, and Erin attends Gustavus Adolphus College. Presenting the Scholarships are VFW Post Members Roger Fischer and Dan Miller.
Missing: Woman and infant son last seen on Dec. 4
(FOX 9) - The Pine County Sheriff's Office is asking the public's help to find a missing 39-year-old woman and her infant son. Authorities say Laura Lee St. Awesome left with her one-month-old son Theo on December 4. Since then, no one has heard from her.
Dragons sink Lakers in home opener
SIREN—The Siren Dragon boys basketball team put a damper on Shell Lake’s appearance Tuesday night with a 66-47 win. Kanaan Christianson had five three pointers in the first half to pace the Dragons to a 27-21 intermission lead. Nathan Kosloski added seven and Riley Churchill five.
Bittersweet farewell for 39-year-old bridge club
Pine City’s longest-running bridge game is going bust – but doing so with style. Since 1979, members of the bridge club have been visiting each others’ homes to play cards, have fun and build friendships. And a tradition was born.
Pirates are too much for Spartans
GRANTSBURG—“We beat a really good basketball team today,” Pirates head coach Nick Hallberg said after his team defeated the Somerset Spartans, 59-36, during a matinee performance on Saturday afternoon.
Dragon hockey comes out strong, ties section champs
On Friday, Nov. 30, Pine City hosted the reigning section 5A champs from Monticello. The Dragons knew what they needed to do coming into this game. They knew that Monticello was the real deal. A program that holds tryouts for their high school program and cuts players that don’t make it, they are th
Pirates use defense to notch first win
GRANTSBURG—The Grantsburg Pirates notched their first win of the season with a great defensive effort over the visiting Spooner Rails on Thursday night. After a slow offensive first half, the Pirates rallied back to take the 44-37 win.
Nexen celebrates over $1 million in donations
Over the past 24 years Nexen Group Inc. has donated over $1 million back in to the community with the help of United Way St. Croix Valley. Nexen is a manufacturing company with their Headquarters based in Minnesota and their manufacturing location in Webster on Industrial Road. They have worked clos
Christmas Tea celebration in Rush City
The North Chisago Historical Society held its second annual Christmas Tea at the Rush City Community Center Sunday, Dec. 2. Janis Hendrick was co-chair for the event with Laverne Johnson.
Notice of Pending Application for Proposed Riprap Patrick Stuart has applied to the DNR for a permit to install riprap on the banks of Yellow Lake, Town of Lincoln, Burnett County.
Patrick Stuart, 27950 Yellow Lake Rd., Webster, WI 54893 has applied to the Department of. Natural Resources for a permit to install riprap on the banks of Yellow Lake. The project is located in the SE1/4 of the NW1/4 of Section 25, Township 40 North, Range 17.