Little Falls News


07/21/2018 06:34 AM  ~~~Source~~~
Rollover injures Little Falls man: Alcohol believed to be factor in crash 

A 48-year-old Little Falls man was injured Thursday, July 19, when his vehicle rolled near Little Falls.


07/20/2018 02:15 PM  ~~~Source~~~
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With the local food harvest season in full swing, Sprout is providing learning opportunities in partnership with University of Minnesota Extension for those who want to extend their local bounty beyond the growing season.


07/18/2018 04:57 PM  ~~~Source~~~
Minnesota man pleads not guilty in 100 mph chase 

MASON CITY, Iowa A man arrested after a 100 mile per hour chase from Albert Lea to Clear Lake is pleading not guilty to some of the charges against him. Jacob Aaron Eberly, 32 of Little Falls, Minnesota, is charged in Cerro Gordo County with felony eluding, 2nd degree theft, OWI 2nd offense, and failure to stop at the scene of a personal injury accident.


07/16/2018 12:56 PM  ~~~Source~~~
3 Minnesota road trips to take before summer ends 

Time to hit the road: Here are three Minnesota cities featuring three restaurants and entertainment options that are worth the drive. Road trip! 3 Minnesota towns to make a day out of before summer's gone Time to hit the road: Here are three Minnesota cities featuring three restaurants and entertainment options that are worth the drive.


07/12/2018 06:20 AM  ~~~Source~~~
The Weekender: Jugfest, Douglas Wood, and More 

Plenty of family fun around central Minnesota this weekend. Hit up milk and honey ciders for another patio music session, check out local musicians and fun games at Jugfest, go for a walk along historic downtown Little Falls, hear the fun musical sounds of Douglas Wood and the WildSpirits, and hear the Singleton Band at Holdingford Daze.


07/12/2018 06:20 AM  ~~~Source~~~
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Debris was scattered throughout the southbound lanes of Highway 371 south of Brainerd following a crash Wednesday, July 11, involving a semitrailer and a passenger car.


07/07/2018 12:26 PM  ~~~Source~~~
Children escape injury in 2-vehicle crash 

A two-vehicle crash involving four children in Morrison County left a Little Falls man with non-life-threatening injuries. Zachary Charles Garrison was westbound on Highway 118 in a 2014 Ford F-150 at about 6:20 p.m. Sunday, July 1, crossing Highway 10 near 80th Avenue.


07/03/2018 12:24 PM  ~~~Source~~~
CWC 4-H hosts 'Party with a Purpose' 

Crow Wing County 4-H will host a "Party with a Purpose" event 6-8 p.m. July 17 at Sprout in Little Falls. The party will raise funds for the youth development programs of 4-H, which deliver quality, research-based content that nurtures positive partnerships between youths and caring adults in safe learning environments, a news release stated.


07/03/2018 07:47 AM  ~~~Source~~~
Rollover injures Little Falls man 

A Little Falls man was injured at 3:19 p.m. Friday, June 29, when the vehicle he was driving rolled over on Hilton Road, 5 miles south of Little Falls, in Bellevue Township.


07/02/2018 10:58 AM  ~~~Source~~~
Little Falls Ravine walking tour planned 

Photo of the Little Falls Ravine at the corner of Broadway and Second Street Northeast, Little Falls, MN. The white building is O. L. Clyde's store.


06/27/2018 08:03 PM  ~~~Source~~~
Little Falls man charged in Iowa for car theft, chase 

Little Falls man charged in Iowa for car theft, chase Jacob Aaron Eberly, 32, is being held in the Cerro Gordo County Jail. Check out this story on sctimes.com: https://on.sctimes.com/2yME6Lc CLEAR LAKE, Iowa - A Little Falls man is facing multiple charges in Iowa on suspicion of stealing a car from Albert Lea and leading authorities on a high-speed chase that ended just off Interstate 35 near Clear Lake, Iowa.


06/26/2018 08:35 AM  ~~~Source~~~
'Armed and dangerous': Sheriff warns residents to lock doors while suspect evades arrest 

Residents near the Morrison County Fairgrounds endured a heart-pounding evening Thursday, June 21, while the sheriff's office pursued a suspect on the loose. "Remain indoors and lock your doors," the sheriff's office wrote.