Rice County Sheriff Troy Dunn made a special appearance on the Wayne Eddy Affair to discuss Thursday’s storm, the damage it caused, and the recovery efforts in Rice County.
Jeff Johnson interviews Rice County Sheriff Troy Dunn on a number of issues including burning permits, carfentanil and de-escalation training.
$5 mil for less than 2 miles of road
What do you get for $5.1 million? Reconstruction of a 1.6 mile stretch of a rural road. Rice County Commissioner Galen Malecha talked about the roadwork planned for County Road 1 between Hwys 3 and 246. Malecha said they’re looking at a roundabout at the top of the hill where there are housing developments. Looking to the future, it’s anticipated the traffic will double in 10 years or so. Malecha said, for safety reasons, roundabouts make the best sense. A demand by the Commissioners is the proposed roundabout [Read more…] about Today’s news update – $5 mil for less than 2 miles of road; “Is it or is it not a gun” – Sheriff Dunn says a new definition of BB gun is worrisome;
Jeff Johnson speaks with Rice County Sheriff Troy Dunn on the reason law enforcement flocked to the Faribault High School yesterday, what the rural roads are like regarding flooding and the Cannon River.
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Traveling Wall Vietnam Memorial with flags and tears
The Traveling Wall arrived yesterday afternoon at the Rice County Fairgrounds after traveling with an escort. Sheriff Troy Dunn led the escort of law enforcement, fire and rescue, over 100 motorcycles and 40 to 50 vehicles. He said it was a very uplifting experience, “for me and for everybody that was there, to see all along that route people standing along the roadside with their flags and signs. And I saw a lot of tears [Read more…] about Today’s news update – Traveling Wall Vietnam Memorial greeted with flags and tears; No Wake restriction lifted; For Northfield, DWI enforcement continues through DJJD; Car Seat recycling