ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

PAYNESVILLE

Latest Headlines
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources announced Monday that Lake Koronis has a confirmed report of zebra mussels. A fishing guide snagged a zebra mussel on Lake Koronis on July 8. The lake became the first in Minnesota infested by starry stonewort when it was discovered in its waters in 2015.
Area hospitals are full, and health care providers are asking for the public's help in easing the burden from COVID-19 and other illnesses. First of all, please get vaccinated if you haven't already. Second, please continue wearing face masks, social distancing and hand-washing.
A Belgrade man died Thursday after his vehicle left a Stearns County road, went airborne and struck an unoccupied house near St. Martin in Zion Township.
The Koronis Kafe is like a drive-in on the lake. Customers arrive by pontoon and fishing boats to enjoy short order goods right from the grill, along with a wide selection of treats available on this converted houseboat.
The combination will create the first direct railway linking Canada, the United States and Mexico, with a network spanning 20,000 miles and approximately $8.7 billion of annual revenue. It marks the end of a high-stakes bidding war.
A Paynesville man was sentenced to 18 years in prison after he pleaded guilty to second-degree unintentional murder in the July 2019 death of his daughter in an arson fire he started. John Newport agreed to an aggravated sentence after a court ordered last year that the prosecution could argue that the crime had been committed with particular cruelty.

ADVERTISEMENT

Canadian Pacific Railway's proposed purchase of the Kansas City Southern would create a railway network spanning from Canada, United States and Mexico. The Canadian Pacific Railway network runs through west-central Minnesota.
A man accused of killing his daughter by setting fire to her home in July 2019 has pleaded not guilty. John Newport is accused of deliberately setting fire to the mobile home where he lived with his daughter and her beloved kittens. The prosecution will be allowed to argue that the crime was committed with particular cruelty.
The city of Paynesville lost its natural gas service Tuesday afternoon after the gas main that served the entire town was accidentally severed by a contractor. CenterPoint Energy had to shut off service to every customer, about 1,400 properties, repair the main and then turn on each individual customer's service.

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT