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Ponto Lake Twp - Pine River - Death Investigation

Cass County Sheriff Tom Burch reports that on July 8th 2018 at 10:49 PM, the Cass County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a medical situation in Ponto Lake Township, near Lake Ada in rural Pine River MN. Pine River Fire & Rescue, North Ambulance and Deputies arrived on scene and learned that an adult male, age 70, was complaining of stomach pain. He was treated on scene and transported to a Fargo Hospital by North Memorial Air Care.

The investigation into the incident indicates that on July 6th 2018, the victim was attempting to scare a bear away from his yard and the victim was charged by another bear and thrown into the air, landing on the ground. There were no external visible injuries to the victim from the incident.

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St. Paul man drowns in Adney Lake

Crow Wing County Sheriff Todd Dahl reports the body of a 60 year old male from St. Paul was recovered from Adney Lake.

Preliminary reports indicate the male had been swimming near a pontoon with others when he went under water on July 8 at around 3:03 pm. Crow Wing County Boat and Water, Dive Team and the UAS Team responded and searched the afternoon and evening until forced off the water due to an incoming storm. The search teams continued the search on July 9 and were able to locate the victim in approximately 9 feet of water around 1:45 pm.

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Care N Share Café Celebrates serving 100,000 meals since 2008.

Requesting Donations to continue the mission.
The Community Care N Share Café began 2008 when several individuals recognized a growing local population of individuals in need. The program began in a church kitchen but was discontinued for one year until a building addition was completed with a commercial kitchen. The Care N Share Café is its own 501c3 and is located in the fellowship hall at the Wesleyan Church in Emily. Most food comes from Second Harvest Food Bank located in Grand Rapids and funding is from private donations and grants from the United Way, Essentia Health / St. Joseph Foundation and Crow Wing Power Round-Up Program.

The Care N Share Café is run by volunteers and has served over 100,000 meals since its start in 2008 and they look forward to many years of continued service. The Café currently serves within a 25 mile radius of Emily, including the towns of Emily, Crosby, Crosslake, Outing, Merrifield, Fifty Lakes, Pequot Lakes, Palisade and Pine River. Meals are still provided free every Wednesday night (except on holidays). Volunteers come from the surrounding areas also including Crosslake Lutheran, St. Emily’s Catholic church, Emily United Methodist, Hill Top Chapel in Palisade, and the Wesleyan Church in Emily.

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