The Minnesota Crime Alert Network has notified the public of a missing person. The Fond du Lac Tribal Police Department is asking for assistance in locating 22-year-old Michael David Annamitta Jr. Annamitta was last heard-from back on November 23rd. Authorities say it is unusual for Annamitta Jr. not to make contact with his family. Police [...]
On Monday, Dec. 9, 2013, at approximately 11:23 a.m., a structure fire was reported on Friesland Road, Hinckley. Pine County Deputies, Sandstone Fire, Hinckley Fire and Pine County Ambulance responded to the scene and discovered a trailer home to be fully engulfed. Not much more information is available at this time, but we expect to [...]
WDIO reports that 19-year-old Alyssa Jo Lommel remains in critical condition at Region’s Hospital in St. Paul after Duluth police say she was found outside on her neighbor’s front stoop Saturday morning. She was unconscious and suffering from severe hypothermia. The police report said when police got on scene, Lommel’s hands were three times their [...]
The American Red Cross is helping two adults after a fire burned a mobile home in Avon, MN. The fire occurred Tuesday morning in Avon, which is near St. Cloud. The Red Cross provides emergency relief, such as shelter, clothing, food, health services, and emotional support, to those affected by disaster.
We’ve got our first high school hockey broadcast of the winter sports season this evening on 1350AM WCMP. The Pine City/Rush City Dragons are seven games into a season with new Head Coach Grant Nicoll and are 1-6.
The Dragons will be at home this evening against the Legacy Christian Lions, who will enter at 0-2. Coach Nicoll is an ex-Dragons hockey player himself and has pleged to help get the team back to winning ways as the program has been down for some time. In a recent interview, Coach Nicoll said that the team is still trying to find it’s identity and play with consistency. We’ll see how they fare tonight against a Legacy team that dominated the Dragons in the two meetings last year outscoring Pine City/Rush City by a score of 18-0. Josh will call the action tonight at 7pm.
Burnett County Sheriff Dean Roland was back on this morning for his regular report with our Mike Hughes. [Audio clip: view full post to listen]
We’ve got our first of two basketball double headers scheduled this week for you tonight on SAM1057. In Webster the Tigers will be hosting the Unity Eagles. The girls game is first and starts at 5:45. It will feature two teams both looking for their first win. Unity enters at 0-2 having lost to both Cumberland and Frederic. Webster will be playing their first home game of the season after the opening game against Turtle Lake was cancelled due to weather last Tuesday night.
After the girls game concludes, we’ll have a brief break before the Webster guys take on the Unity Eagles. Webster is still looking for their first win of the season while Unity comes in at 2-1 with wins over Osceola and Frederic. The Tigers will have their work cut out for them against Unity, a team that’s had three straight winning seasons. The Webster Tigers boys have a 22-game losing streak they’ll try to snap tonight.
Join our Jesse Logan for the call starting at 5:45!