Two teenage boys were struck by a pick-up truck this (Tuesday) morning while walking along the road in Zimmerman. The Sherburne County Sheriff says the incident happened just before 7:30 p.m. on 3rd Avenue South.
Members of the hospitality industry were down at the State Capitol yesterday (Monday) talking to lawmakers about the minimum wage. Dan McElroy is the President and CEO of Hospitality Minnesota. He says they're not opposed to an increase, but $9.50 is too high.
The Sauk Rapids city council has tightened the regulations on who is allowed to sell electronic cigarettes. City Attorney Adam Ripple says there was no licensing requirement for a business to sell e-cigs in the city limits.
The Sauk Rapids city council has put a one-year moratorium on any new data towers in the city. Community Development Director Todd Schultz says right now towers are either not allowed in residential areas, or are strongly discouraged.
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