Clay County, MN

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6-11-21 The Need to Know Morning Show Hour 3

02:00 - Expert lawn-care tips - Randy Nelson - MN Clay County Extension. 15:06 - Roger Maris All Star Week - Joel Vettel - Head of Strategic Community Partnerships at Sanford Health. It's The Need to Know Morning Show with Steve Hallstrom, Alex Taylor, and Kevin Flynn. Weekdays 6-8:30 AM.
Clay County,

Clay County asks governor for delay, revisions in use-of-deadly-force law

Minnesota’s year-old police reform measure has ripped apart a partnership between law enforcement agencies here and in North Dakota, Clay County Sheriff Mark Empting told county commissioners this week. Implemented in March, the law – passed last July by large bipartisan majorities in both the House and Senate – has prompted Fargo, West Fargo and NDSU campus police and the Cass County Sheriff’s Department to stop all joint operations on this side of the river. That means ending all mutual aid assistance for emergencies and inter-jurisdictional operations, including the regional SWAT team and the joint Street Crimes Unit.

Clay County historical society making changes at Hjemkomst Center

MOORHEAD — The Historical and Cultural Society of Clay County, the organization that operates the museum at the Hjemkomst Center in Moorhead, is going through some major changes, including relinquishing its use of Heritage Hall to give the Fargo-Moorhead Community Theatre a space to hold its productions. As a result,...
Otter Tail County,

Two arrested after high-speed chase in Otter Tail County

OTTE TAIL COUNTY, Minn. (Valley News Live) - Around 8:00 Wednesday night, an Otter Tail County Deputy tried stopping a vehicle that did not have license plates on Minnesota Highway 108 near County Highway 11. Deputies say after they turned behind the vehicle, the car took off going over 100mph....
Otter Tail County, MNGrand Forks Herald

2 men taken into custody after 28-mile police chase from Otter Tail to Clay County

OTTER TAIL COUNTY, Minn. — Two people were taken into custody after a 28-mile car chase at 8 p.m. Wednesday, June 2, the Otter Tail County Sheriff's Office reported. A deputy with the Otter Tail County Sheriff's Office tried to pull over a vehicle without license plates, according to the report. After the deputy pulled up behind the vehicle, the car without plates continued on Minnesota Highway 108 near County Highway 11 without stopping with speeds over 100 mph.
Clay County, MNINFORUM

High-speed chase through Otter Tail, Clay counties ends with 2 arrests

FERGUS FALLS, Minn. — Two men were arrested Wednesday night, June 2, after a high-speed chase that started in Otter Tail County and ended in Clay County. The incident began about 8 p.m. on Minnesota Highway 108 near County Highway 11 when an Otter Tail County deputy noticed a vehicle without license plates and tried to make a traffic stop, according to the Otter Tail County Sheriff's Office.
Clay County,

Clay County provides vaccine for 12 to 15 age group

CLAY COUNTY, MINN. (Valley News Live) - Clay County Public Health continues to see an increase in their vaccination distribution within the area. The 12 to 15 age group is now eligible for the vaccine. With first dose vaccine;. · 667 12-15 age group. · 594 16-17 age group. ·...
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6-04-21 The Need to Know Morning Show Hour 3

00:27 - Expert lawn-care tips - Randy Nelson - MN Clay County Extension. 11:32 - Recall efforts - Allie Ollenburger - Fargo Public Schools Recall Committee. It's The Need to Know Morning Show with Steve Hallstrom, Alex Taylor, and Kevin Flynn. Weekdays 6-8:30 AM. Missed a show? Find it HERE.
Clay County,

Clay County recognizes Employees’ Years-of-Service

During their June 1st meeting, Clay County Commissioners paused to celebrate long-term employees. Sheriff Mark Empting has completed 20 years of service to Clay County as a Law Enforcement officer. Acting Commission Chair Jenny Mongeau said, “I just want to say, on behalf of Clay County, that we are so thankful for the commitment you have shown to Clay County.” She added a personal note, “Speaking as a person who has had to call 911 because we needed help on the farm, you were the first person there and grabbed the hose to help put out the fire. I think that we’re fortunate that you are so able to respond to the community and citizen needs. Thank you very much.”

Area Briefs

MOORHEAD – Beginning Tuesday June 1st, 2021, new applicants for Real or Enhanced Identification or Driver’s License need an appointment. Please visit the website to make an appointment at Seeking to create a better service experience, DMV staff has doubled the number of appointment time slots to meet the...
Park Rapids, MNPark Rapids Enterprise

Clay Dusters dominate trapshooting league

The Park Rapids Clay Dusters trapshooting team dominated the eight-team Class 2A Conference 6 this spring. The Clay Dusters finished first in competition in all five weeks, compiling 2,462.50 points in Week 1, 2,255 points in Week 2, 2,396 points in Week 3, 2,379 points in Week 4 and 2,185.50 points in Week 5 for a total of 11,678. Ashby was a distant second with 8,346 while Battle Lake (8,008), Rushford-Peterson (6,804), PACT Charter (6,106), Minneota (6,028.50), Swanville (5,248.80) and Canby (3,975) rounded out the conference standings.
Becker County, MNDL-Online

Drug Court and Veterans Court merge into Clay-Becker Treatment Court

The Clay-Becker County Treatment Court “had a very unique year this last year,” Becker County District Judge Gretchen Thilmony told Becker County commissioners on May 18. “There were no national standards on how to do treatment courts during a pandemic, but I think we’ve done a really good job of keeping our treatment courts running well.”

Clay County Public Health to host vaccination clinic Friday

MOORHEAD — Clay County Public Health is slated to host a COVID-19 vaccination clinic Friday, June 4, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 715 11th St. N. in Moorhead. The two-dose Pfizer and Moderna vaccines as well as the single-dose Janssen vaccine will be available. Currently, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends the Pfizer vaccine for those over the age of 12 and the Moderna and Janssen vaccines for those over the age of 18.