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St. Louis County leaders provide update on flooding situation

With flooding and high water affecting multiple parts of St. Louis County, county leaders held a news conference Thursday to provide updates on the situation, resources available to citizens, and important safety reminders. The most significant flooding is occurring in the Rainy Lake Basin, which includes the communities of Crane...
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New resources available for St. Louis County flood victims

DULUTH, MN. (CBS 3 Duluth) - As the water continues to impact St. Louis County, leaders met on Thursday to update the public on the flooding situation and provided resources for residents impacted. The National Weather Service said in the past 60 days, lakes across the county are about 4...
DULUTH, MN
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Regular Meeting Ely City Council – City Hall, Council Chambers May 3, 2022

Regular Meeting Ely City Council – City Hall, Council Chambers. The regular meeting of the Ely City Council was called to order by Mayor Skraba at 5:30pm in the Council Chambers. PRESENT: Council members A.Forsman, Kess, Debeltz, Omerza, Callen, Campbell, and Mayor Skraba. ABSENT: None. APPROVAL OF MINUTES:. Campbell/Debeltz...
ELY, MN

St Louis County homelessness increases 20% compared to five years ago

This is a big increase compared to five years ago, however the county reports that the actual numbers are assumed to be even higher than the count. This winter in Duluth, when the numbers are recorded, the Duluth Warming Center provided overnight shelter to 554 individuals. And in northern St. Louis County the number of hotel vouchers given out for emergency overnight shelter added up to 104.
DULUTH, MN

Minnesota Woman Sentenced For Trafficking Her Young Daughter

Virginia, MN (KROC-AM News) - A northern Minnesota woman has been sentenced to nearly 8 years in prison for sex trafficking her own daughter. The 94-month prison term was handed down today to 37-year-old Daisy Joy Buley for her conviction on a charge of soliciting a person under 18 years old to practice prostitution. Her sentence also includes restitution, which has yet to be determined, but the judge did allow her credit for the 474 days she has already spent in jail.
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