- Morrison County Polling places for the General Election, Tuesday, Nov. 3
- Candidates for U.S. Senate and Congress Q&A
- State legislative candidates share their views
- County Board candidates answer questions
- City Council candidates share their views
- 2020 School Board candidates answer questions and share their thoughts
- Voting: Who, what, where, when, how
- Candidates file for local seats
- Polling places and candidates for Tuesday’s primary election
- Aug. 11 primary polling places will offer safety measures for all voters
- Filing for city, township and school board seats begins Tuesday, July 28
816 (increase of 22 from yesterday) Positive Cases for Morrison County"MDH COVID-19 Tracker
Polling places will be open for Morrison County residents who do not reside in a vote-by-mail only township or city.
For three days, Morrison County residents can get tested for COVID-19 for free in Little Falls.
With 14-day COVID case rate numbers rising to 75.80 as of Oct. 15 according to Morrison …
The Little Falls School Board voted to transition all grades across the district, from p…
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More than 33 years has passed since Paul Marcus of Little Falls started working as a service technician for Center Point Energy in 1987. The first seven years in Burnsville and then in Little Falls after he and his wife, Tracy, relocated to Little Falls.
Over the past few weeks, we have published an editorial series about important election issues, including race relations, police reform, health care, the COVID-19 response, the economy and climate change.
Minnesotans take great pride in our abundant natural resources. Whether we are fishing in a crystal clear lake, taking the pontoon along the shore near the cabin or bicycling on one of the state’s expansive and scenic trails, we appreciate the beauty and bounties of this state.
The best tonic for our cratered COVID-19 economy is deep suppression of both virus and disease through vaccines and better therapeutics. We long to return to a semblance of normal and full employment.
Poll after poll continues to show that health care remains a major concern to American voters. That was the case before the COVID-19 pandemic arrived, and, if anything, it is more so now. When voters go to the polls this fall, they should consider carefully how their elected officials plan t…