It’s day two of the adventures of Mike Max and Chris Shaffer in this week’s edition of Goin’ To The Lake! Mike and Chris are in Garrison this week to check out all the fun stuff to do around our state’s second biggest body of water: Lake Mille Lacs.
Once again, we’re hitting the road and Goin’ to the Lake on WCCO. This week takes our most beloved odd couple of the season — Chris Shaffer and Mike Max — up to Lake Mille Lacs for Garrison Days!
The search for a missing hunter in Crow Wing County has ended with his safe return. The Crow Wing County Sheriff’s Office began searching Wednesday evening for a 76-year-old man who went hunting with his dog near Garrison Wednesday and never came home.
The Minnesota State Patrol says a 57-year-old woman died after she was hit by two vehicles in Mille Lacs County. Authorities say Linda Pettner was on foot and in the northbound traffic lane of Highway 169 south of Garrison when she was hit on Friday night.
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A 45-year-old man needed hospitalization for hypothermia and other exposure issues after fleeing authorities near Garrison, according to the Crow Wing County Sheriff’s Office.
Mille Lacs Lake, one of Minnesota’s most popular fishing destinations, is likely to see tight restrictions this summer to help its walleye population recover.
State fisheries officials meet with Mille Lacs Lake area residents and business owners near Garrison on Wednesday to discuss how to cut the walleye harvest this year.
A 62-year-old Garrison woman was sentenced to more than 32 years in prison on Monday in connection with the death of her 64-year-old husband back in September of 2010.
A district court judge has sentenced a 62-year-old woman on Monday for using her van to strike and kill her estranged husband at his rural northern Minnesota home. Helene Mitchell-Abraham, of Garrison, was found guilty of second-degree intentional murder and interference with a dead body in late May of this year.
A Cass County jury has found a 62-year-old woman guilty of using her van to strike and kill her estranged husband at his rural northern Minnesota home.
A Garrison girl who died in a collision with a fuel truck was a North Dakota high school cross-country running champion.