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Angler sets first catch-and-release record for northern pike

A 43 1/2 inch pike caught by a member of the Women Anglers of Minnesota on Mille Lacs Lake sets the first northern pike state record in the Department of Natural Resources’ catch-and-release category.

Angler Maddy Ogg caught and released the huge pike Oct. 6 during what she described as a cold and windy day of fishing. She and companions Mike Buckingham and Jenni Buckingham got an early start that morning, soon landing two fish at the same time.

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Crosby Police Chief Kim Coughlin concerned about opinion letters

At the public comment portion of the Crosby Council meeting on Monday, October 22, Deerwood resident and Crosby Police Chief Kim Coughlin sat at the table and addressed the council and Mayor about a letter to the editor in the NewsHopper.

Although she didn’t explain her exact objections, Coughlin believed the letter entitled, “Cloud looming over Crosby City Hall” was riddled with false information.

The letter to the editor in question, signed by Mike Turner, alleged that there is “negativity and darkness within the Crosby Police Department” and that the  “Police Department is running the council. They have intimidated members of the counsel, as well as held things over their heads.” For More Go To NewsHopper E-Edition

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