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A North-Central Minnesota Resort Has 3 Dead

(CTN News) – Three people were found dead over the weekend at the Whitebirch Minnesota Resort in Breezy Point, according to the Star Tribune.

In spite of the fact that the details of the incident have not yet been made public, law enforcement officials have stated that there is no indication that there is an ongoing threat to the public.

At the first meeting of the commission to redesign the state flag, there was a lot of discussion about whether they would have enough time to accomplish their task in time and if they would be able to develop the new flag in time.

According to the Minnesota Resort Public Radio, it has been reported that during the meeting on Tuesday, it was suggested that the deadline be extended, however, not all of those present were in favor of such a proposal.

KSTP reports that Minnesota Resort is believed to be returning the Upper Sioux Agency State Park back to the Dakota people within the next decade, if not sooner.

As a result of the legalization of recreational cannabis in Olmsted County, law enforcement officials are in a conflict of opinion as to how to approve gun permits for those who possess firearms as a result of the legalization of recreational cannabis.

The Post Bulletin quoted Sheriff Kevin Torgerson as saying, “Now a sheriff has to make a decision, do I violate federal law or do I violate state law? ”

There were two teenagers from Blaine, Wisconsin, who drowned in a Wisconsin lake over the weekend, according to Fox9.

As reported by Pioneer Press, Republican state representative Ruth Richardson has announced her resignation from the Minnesota Resort State House of Representatives effective immediately.

Minnesota State Fair 2023 attracted 1.8 million visitors, making it the 6th most attended fair in the history of the fair, according to Star Tribune

Additionally, WCCO is reporting that this year’s fairgoers used Minnesota Resort Metro Transit 33% more than they did last year, which is good news for Fairgoers.

It was announced Tuesday that Minneapolis City Council approved a plan to move the Third Precinct downtown to Century Plaza, according to the Star Tribune.

There is still no clear solution to the question of what will happen to the current precinct that was torched following the murder of George Floyd.

Rice Street Gardens is now in Minnesota Resort danger as the land it sits on will soon be redeveloped, putting the gardens at risk. There is an article in the Sahan Journal that reports that the garden provides food and socialization for many immigrant families in the area.

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