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HUBBARD COUNTY

It appeared there had been at least an attempted release of something from the aquarium into the lake. Did the aquarium break before the release or after?
Mary Thompson with the Heartland Lakes Development Commission (HLDC) said they have grant money available to help child care providers with training and startup costs.
Fresh fruits and vegetables, when harvested, continue to undergo chemical changes that can cause spoilage and deterioration of the product. This is why these products should be frozen as soon after harvest as possible and at their peak degree of ripeness.
Incumbent State Sen. Paul Utke was renominated on Aug. 9 despite the party endorsement going to Bret Bussman.

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Hubbard County is experiencing a medium rate of community transmission of COVID-19, according to the most recent COVID tracker report of Aug. 4.
“Most of this is pushed by MCAPS (Minnesota County Attorney Practice System) and the needs in the attorney’s office in regards to space with a lot of their body cam footage, squad cams from state as well as stuff they transfer over from the law enforcement center,” explained Hubbard County IT director Robb Warne.
Currently, Hubbard and Beltrami counties are hosting two of 26 local training sites around the state on Aug. 20.
According to CHI St. Joseph’s Community Health, Hubbard County is seeing another surge in COVID-19 cases, driven by the Omicron BA.5 variant.
County Sheriff Cory Aukes got approval from county commissioners last week on a quote from Motorola Solutions for the VESTA 9-1-1 As-A-Service.
Mary Thompson, executive director of the Heartland Lakes Development Commission (HLDC), shared with Hubbard County commissioners how they might boost economic growth for the region.

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The Hubbard County Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD), in partnership with the Crow Wing County SWCD, received a federal grant from the Midwest Glacial Lakes Partnership (MGLP) to educate shoreline landowners about how to manage their land in order to protect their lakes.
According to a news release, the Hubbard County Sheriff’s Office responded to the call at 2:21 a.m. Deputies arrived at 149th Avenue in Straight River Township, where they found the driver of the ATV suffering from a laceration to the head and back pain.
According to the Hubbard County Sheriff’s Office, dispatch was alerted to the incident at 9:41 p.m. on July 7. The victim was identified as Isabelle Croskrey of Park Rapids.

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