The County Board learned Tuesday that Social Services is seeing an uptick in cases of children dealing with mental health issues.
A 22-year-old Royalton woman was injured about 12:15 a.m. Friday, Dec. 6, when her vehicle rolled.
The Little Falls City Council approved the 2020 budget with a tax rate of 67.8%, more than a 5% decrease from last year’s rate of 73%.
(Editor’s Note: Sr. Elise Saggau, a Franciscan Sister, is sharing “Advent Reflections” durin…
A few weeks ago during a “Breaking News” story it was reported that a boy was lost and more …
Due to heavy snowfall and winds, Swanville Area Schools will start two hours later today Wed…
When Lisa Lintner, owner of Releaf Ology in Little Falls, first opened her store, she wasn’t sure how well her Cannabidiol (CBD) products would sell.
Being named December “Employee of the Month” by the Little Falls Area Chamber of Commerce came as a surprise to Krista Smude, general manager at LeBlanc’s Rice Creek Hunting and Recreation in Little Falls.
This editorial is the seventh in a series on issues facing Minnesota’s aging population.
When smoking goes down like gummy bears it’s no surprise that nicotine use among teens is rising at a critical rate.
This editorial is the sixth in a series on issues facing Minnesota’s aging population.
Minnesota, under Gov. Mark Dayton, initiated universal, all-day, public school kindergarten. The Adams-ECM Editorial Board endorsed that initiative as a wise investment. The former governor also proposed universal education for 4-year-olds.