Wyoming voters in Tuesday’s special election firmly rejected the issuance of bonds to fund street reconstruction. Unofficial results show 549 voters, or 60 percent, opposed the measure while 362 residents lent support. Mayor Eric Peterson and most of the City Council supported a plan to issue general obligation bonds in an amount not to exceed $2,775,000. [...]
Should the maintenance department get another full-time worker? Should firefighters get a raise? How should the city pay to rebuild roads that have deteriorated beyond repair?
Chisago County Judge Robert Rancourt was inducted into the Stanley Goldstein Drug Court Hall of Fame in July.
A lone female robbed the Stacy branch of First State Bank of Wyoming Thursday afternoon.
When a Wyoming family lost its loved one to suicide in December 2011, it chose to fight back. Most recently, one relative has been on a special journey since June.