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Parking issue postpones 2018 street project vote; Ring the Bell, have some fun, raise some funds!; Careful out on those roads tonight…; “Have Yourself a Classic Christmas” on KYMN coming this Sunday

November 22, 2017

Postponed.  After nearly an hour and a half discussion on the 2018 street improvement projects, the Northfield City Council postponed it until December 5th.  The biggest sticking point was the loss of parking on the south end of Division between 6th and 7th streets.  The preliminary design council approved by simple majority would remove 30 parking spaces.  The vote for action takes a majority of 6, c. Colby was absent.  City Staff presented two alternative options, one adding back 9 spaces, the other 11.  Both options also had options to opt out of a raised intersection.  Business and building owners have lamented the (more…)

Speed, alcohol and a repeat offender – Nfld man charged; Thefts from vehicles prompt Police warning; NAFRS JPA cost allocation change; 2018 street projects, Municipal ID’s on Nfld agenda; Downtown prepares for holidays

November 21, 2017

A Northfield man is charged with 2 counts of criminal vehicular operation, DWI, 2 counts of reckless driving and open bottle.   According to the criminal complaint, Northfield police were called very early Saturday morning to Viking Terrace on report of a vehicle crashing into 3 parked cars.  The vehicle in question is registered to 22 year old Nick Craig Lino who lives in Viking Terrace.  There were 2 passengers in the car, each suffering non life threatening injuries.  One reported that Lino was drunk and had 10 to 15 shots of alcohol and was driving 140 to 160 mph south of Dresden when he blew through the stop sign at Fremouw and crashed into the cars. Lino refused a breath test at the scene but officers obtained a search warrant and a blood test was performed at Northfield (more…)

Missing Person Alert

November 21, 2017

On 11/14/2017 at approximately 3am, David Allen Dahl, age 55 (pictured below) went missing on foot near the 7600 Block of 181st Ave NW in Ramsey, MN. David has a medical condition, he might be in danger due to the weather and outdoor conditions. He was last seen wearing a blue long sleeve shirt but mostly unclothed.   He frequents the Nowthen, MN area. David does not have a cell phone or vehicle. David might try to seek shelter in a barn to stay warm. We are requesting help from area residents to check nearby sheds, barns, outbuildings and vehicles on your property.
Please call Ramsey Police at 763-427-6812 if you have seen David Dahl or know of his whereabouts.

For complete information open the link below:

Missing Person Alert – David Dahl (003)


Nfld police deliver Narcan – give woman 2nd chance; New Express Clinic construction underway; Interest in further development at Hwy 3 and 2nd St.; Fremouw will close at RR xing briefly

November 20, 2017

For the first time, Northfield Police administered Narcan to a victim of suspected heroin overdose.  On November 11th, Northfield Police and EMS were dispatched to a parking lot in the 1100 block of Hwy #3 South, where a 23-year-old female was said to have overdosed on heroin. Officers discovered the female passenger in a vehicle where she was unresponsive with abnormal breathing.  EMS medics advised Officer Jandro as he delivered the Narcan to the patient. Before the victim left by ambulance, she started to regain consciousness. At the Hospital, she was completely aware and officers were able to interview her. The investigation of the incident continues.  Deputy Chief Mark Dukatz said the woman will not be (more…)

“Hiccup” changes NAFRS design; Fairfield Inn update – they’re making progress; Hillmann says the community “gave us very clear feedback” regarding bond referendum

November 17, 2017

A “last minute hiccup” from Mn Dot means changes for the design of the entrances for the NAFRS (Northfield Area Fire and Rescue Service) building from Hwy 3.  Since about 1996 there has been a drive over curb off Hwy 3 near 5th street that MnDot put in when they redid the road.  During this week’s NAFRS Joint Powers Board meeting, Architect Dave Medin said 3 months ago, “we inquired about putting pavers in the area to dress the gravel a little bit and MnDot, after a month and a half, came back and said we never would’ve allowed that drive over curb and no you can’t”.  That started a chain reaction of changes to the design in (more…)


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