Tragic Accident: Two Student-Athletes Struck by Car in Forest Lake

FOREST LAKE, MN (trfnews.i234.me) – In a devastating incident that unfolded on Tuesday afternoon in the quiet suburbs of northern Twin Cities, two student-athletes from Forest Lake Area High School found themselves in critical condition after being struck by a car. According to reports from the Minnesota State Patrol, the harrowing event occurred as a… Continue reading Tragic Accident: Two Student-Athletes Struck by Car in Forest Lake

Highway 61 and 202nd Street, FOREST LAKE, Washington County Crash 2024-04-30 17:50:08

Incident Incident type: Injury ICR: 24402721 Date/Time: 04/30/2024 15:33   District: 2400 East Metro Case Information Contact: 651-779-5900 Media Contact: MSP PIO Lt. Jill Frankfurth (651) 343-4680   Location: Highway 61 and 202nd Street, FOREST LAKE, Washington County   Description: The State Patrol is investigating an injury crash; however, the extent of injuries has not… Continue reading Highway 61 and 202nd Street, FOREST LAKE, Washington County
Crash 2024-04-30 17:50:08

Legislation Returning White Earth State Forest to Tribe Fails to Move Forward

ST. PAUL, MN (trfnews.i234.me) A Minnesota Senate committee has tabled legislation that proposed giving the White Earth State Forest back to the tribe. breaking news out of St Paul on this Thursday evening a bill that proposed giving the nearly 160,000 Acres white Earth State Forest back to the white Earth tribe is dead in… Continue reading Legislation Returning White Earth State Forest to Tribe Fails to Move Forward

Concerns Among Lake Property Owners Over Proposal to Give 160,000 Acre White Earth State Forest to Tribe

WHITE EARTH STATE FOREST, MN (trfnews.i234.me) A bill in the Minnesota Legislature would give the state owned, 160,000 acre White Earth State Forest to the White Earth Band of Minnesota Chippewa Tribe. It raises concerns among lake property owners in the area about what would happen with fire protection, road upkeep and other matters now… Continue reading Concerns Among Lake Property Owners Over Proposal to Give 160,000 Acre White Earth State Forest to Tribe