The Wright County Highway Department is set to begin work Tuesday, Oct. 17, at the intersection of County State Aid Highway (CSAH) 39 and CSAH 19 in Otsego. The highway department will be converting the intersection to an all-way stop control intersection. Currently Highway 19 has stop control at this intersection and Highway 39 does not stop. This work will be completed in phases over the next couple of weeks and include a thin lift of pavement, new stop signs with L.E.D.
by Joni Astrup Associate editor Students in Elk River High School’s culinary arts program heard about the Elk River Area Food Co-op during a presentation last week. Alyssa Johnson, the co-op’s marketing and outreach coordinator, described the Elk River Area Food Co-op this way: “It’s a local sourcing option where the goal is to get the food as close to home as possible.” Photo by Joni AstrupAlyssa Johnson spoke to Elk River High School culinary students about the Elk River Area Food Co-op.
Thief ransacks purse from under bleachers The victim of a theft believes the thief reached into her purse from the underside of the bleachers and took an iPhone and cash while she was attending a soccer game in Elk River, Kluntz said. A Zimmerman woman reported the theft to Elk River Police at 9:15 p.m. Oct. 3. It happened at the Elk River football field, 900 School St. The thief left a Samsung Galaxy S7 behind.
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Selecting a term
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