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DNR announces restrictive walleye regulations on Mille Lacs

Mille Lacs Lake anglers will be able to keep one walleye 19- to 21-inches long or one over 28 inches when fishing opens on Saturday, May 9, and an extended night fishing closure will again be in effect beginning the Monday after the opener, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources said.

The restrictive walleye regulations are necessary to keep walleye harvest within the lake’s established safe harvest level.
“The new regulations reflect our commitment to improve the walleye fishery as quickly as possible and stay .... [MORE]


Bike trail, sidewalk and parking on CSAH-33 project dominate discussion

At the Ironton City Council on April 1, Clem Gagnon, an Ironton resident that was assessed for a portion of a new sidewalk, complained about cracks in the new sidewalk. Five new cracks have appeared in the sidewalk that runs along Curtis Avenue and is located in front of property owned by Clem Gagnon, Pat’s Dance Studio and the Spina Building. SEH Engineer Jeff Ledin said he would go to the site and talk further with Gagnon to find a suitable resolution and then report back to the council.

Dick Grabko, Grant Writer for Ironton, updated the council on the grant process and tried to clarify some confusion about grant administration. He said there are two companies involved in this grant...[MORE]

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