Salvation Army co-chairs Ed Little and Sheriff Troy Dunn talk about the mission, the store in Faribault and the need for Bell ringers.
Rice County Sheriff Troy Dunn talks with Jeff about County Sheriff’s departments contracting with towns for police services (they just recently contracted with Morristown), distracted driving and more. He caught one on the way into the KYMN studio…
Lonsdale family loses home in fire
A Lonsdale family has lost their home after a fire broke out Saturday morning. The Rice County Sheriff’s department was notified of a garage fire at 11840 Falls Trail before noon. When Lonsdale fire and deputies arrived, the fire has spread to the home. According to the press release, the family made it out of the home with only minor smoke inhalation, which they were treated for at the scene. The fire is under investigation by the Sheriff’s Department but, based on evidence at the scene, appears to be accidental started by a space heater in the garage. Northfield, Montgomery and Faribault Fire assisted Lonsdale. The home and garage, owned by the Allen Ross family, is a complete loss. [Read more…] about Today’s news update – Lonsdale family loses home in fire; Communication is “phenomenal” says Dunn; Representative Bly says healthcare top priority
E. Cannon River Tr completion date extended and more $ approved
At $917,000, the East Cannon River Trail was set to be installed last year but rains stopped the project multiple times. This week, the Council was asked to approve a Change Order of just over $136,000 for a portion of the 2.6 mile loop between Northfield and Dundas after it was determined that the soil in the wetland area couldn’t handle the trail. Administrator Ben Martig explained, “the City engineers office, their field staff, have been working with the contractor in determining that their going to need to do some extra excavation in relation to the [Read more…] about Today’s news update – E. Cannon River Tr completion date extended and more $ approved; Dunn makes arrest on the way to KYMN interview; NAFRS swears in new members; KYMN set to re-brand
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