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Tower: DNR to host public meeting to discuss fishing regulations

Starting off in Tower where the Minnesota DNR is hosting a public meeting to get feedback on proposed fishing regulations. The new regulations will pertain to Sunfish on Bear Head and Low Lakes in St. Louis County. The meeting will be held tomorrow at 6:00 P.M. at the Tower Civic Center. The new regulations would implement a bag limit on Sunfish to 5 to 10 in order to improve fish quantity.

Cloquet: Residents may soon be able to raise chickens within city limits

Now to Cloquet where there has been an update on the proposed Chicken ordinance. A few months ago we told you about community members who were calling on the city council to allow residents to raise chickens within city limits, now the council is taking action. The city planning commission has moved forward with a proposed change to the zoning ordinance that would allow residents to raise chickens. The ordinance change would come with some requirements. Chicken owners would not be able to raise chickens for slaughter or meat and would need the approval of neighbors within 100 feet of their property.

Ashland: Ashland nonprofits get share of Packers grant

And finally, we'll finish off in Ashland where two area non-profits join several others across the state in receiving $1-million worth of grant funding from the Green Bay Packer Foundation. The BRICK Ministries received $4,000 while the Ashland County Aging Unit received $3,000. This year grant money was focused on supporting organizations that aid in homelessness, hunger, and elderly care.

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