At Tuesday’s meeting of the Randall City Council, representatives from the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) laid out options for adjusting intersections on Highway 10 while residents expressed their opinions.
Members of the Little Falls City Council may have voted against entering into the GreenSteps sustainable cities program, but they also spoke against members of the public for what was said while opposing the proposal.
Michael Anthony Braswell Jr., 27, Minneapolis (formerly Little Falls), was given a stay of adjudication in Morrison County District Court March 13, on a felony fourth degree criminal sexual conduct charge.
An intriguing post on Twitter spurred Amanda Hoheisel into action and from that developed the Mark Book Madness project that each classroom is involved in at Royalton Elementary.
King David in the midst of his world, also not without its problems, wrote some powerful truths that are vital even in our day for a life in the peace and presence of God. He wrote: “Bless the Lord, O my soul; and all that is within me, bless his holy name! 2) Bless the Lord, O my soul, and …
Warm meals that come together quickly are a necessity for busy families, especially on weeknights filled with homework, practices, meetings and more. Serving up comfort foods that require less time in the kitchen make for more moments spent together at the table.
Being the 2019 ExCEL representative was special enough for Katie Schaefer, but when the Pierz Healy High junior was selected to represent her school at state, she was even more humbled.
Students at Little Falls Community Middle School (LFCMS) will present “The Great American Talent Show,” a 40-minute parody of American Idol, America’s Got Talent and all TV talent shows. It’s the final night of the year-long TV talent show to end all talent shows. The finalists anxiously awa…
On a recent trip to Thailand, (from left): Meghan and Barbie Anderson, along with Pam Schilling of Little Falls, visited an elephant sanctuary, and brought a copy of their hometown newspaper, the Morrison County Record. This sanctuary housed mistreated elephants who are elderly and have heal…
Brandon Lee Torkelson, 36, Randall, is facing a felony second and third degree assault, domestic assault by strangulation and threat charges in Morrison County District Court.
Micah Milon Tanner, 27, Motley, is facing felony burglary, second degree drug sale and third degree drug possession charges in Morrison County District Court.
Elizabeth Rose Gabrielson, 27, Fort Ripley (formerly Little Falls), was convicted of felony fifth degree drug possession and credit card fraud charges in Morrison County District Court March 6.
Morrison County Sheriff Shawn Larsen reports that arrest warrants were issued for the following people. Those with information as to the whereabouts of anyone on the list, are asked to contact the Morrison County Sheriff’s Office at (320) 632-9233 or toll-free at 1 (866) 401-1111, ext. 180. …
The Milaca Police Department is asking for assistance in locating Dennis Eugene Mead, 75, of Milaca. Dennis was last seen at his residence around 10:30 in the morning on Tuesday, March 19, 2019. Dennis has dementia and may be lost or confused and unable to find his way home. He is driving a …
Maintenance crews will starting crack sealing roads this week. This will include CSAH 1 (south of State Hwy 27), and also County 242 in the Southeast part of county. Crews will work in one lane, and flaggers will control traffic. Please use caution around these work zones.
The free Rehab Lab: Vintage Wall Repair, a hands-on workshop, set for Saturday, March 23, at Linden Hill in Little Falls has been cancelled.
About 6,100 residents in Morrison County, from Little Falls to Pierz/Genola nad Lastrup, were without power Saturday morning, March 16, when a line anchor broke.
University of Minnesota Extension and Minnesota Dairy Initiatives will host a Dairy Producer Night out on Thursday, March 28. The purpose of the Dairy Producer Night Out is to bring local dairy producers together for an evening of networking, education, and fun. It will be held from 7:30pm-9…
It was somewhat by accident that 21-year-old Zach Roses of Rice found out that he has stage 4 kidney failure, Feb. 25.
For Doug Ohman, a photographer of Minnesota history, barns are not only a key feature of farms, they’re also a view into the history of Minnesota and the people who have lived here.
Karla (Kunstleben) Van Wienen of Bowlus was 9 years old when she learned how to crochet, hand stitch and embroider. It was a skill she learned from her mom, Diane Kunstleben and her grandma, Juletta Kunstleben.
About four years ago, Carol Barthel of Little Falls had foot surgery. But when she was able to finally remove the boot, she noticed she had a limp.