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"To speak his thoughts is every freeman's right, in peace and war, in council and in fight."     Homer  


The Mille Lacs News was created to inform the community about the sex offender relocation project - without the Nexus propaganda and ProNexus bias of the local newspaper. Our goal was to win voting citizens over to our side while pressuring the city government (to procure an outcome favorable to our cause).


News Stories

Senator Resigns
No Privatization
OK House
If you tell...
Marching On
Bad Ordinance
Penny wise
Spot Zoning
MLA 911 Calls
Onamia Charges
Councilman Resigns
Commissioners Fail
Bad Board
A Change in Plans
Playing  Hardball
Referendum Passes
Annexation Rejected
D'Angelo Attacks
NEXUS' Sewer
Abatement  Denied
Privatization in Peril
City Conflicts
Land Deal Extended
Deadline Approaches
Neighbors Gear Up
Nexus Plans Unveiled
Sex Offender Escapes
Exemption Denied
Nexus CEO Resigns
Is Nexus On Attack?
Nexus Awaits
Nexus Pursues
Mayor Bullies
Nexus Caught?
Bradbury Petition
Council Snubs
Nexus Steals Home
Nexus Threatens

Monday, June 22, 2009

Mille Lacs Academy Executive Director Indicted

Mille Lacs Academy Sex Offender Escapes

Onamia Mayor Dies


Thursday July 16, 2008

by Hannabelle, Mille Lacs News staff writer

  One Down, Four to Go!

Onamia Councilman Mark Loch Resigns


Although the "Loch-ness Monster" has resigned from the Onamia City Council and is moving out of the city he was elected to represent (but failed), the damage caused by this yes-man is everlasting, un-do-able, un-fix-able, AND citizens will be paying for Mark Loch's bad judgment and absence of testicular fortitude for many years to come.

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Wednesday July 19, 2008

No Privatization for Nexus!

by Hannabelle

Mille Lacs News Staff Writer


There was a little blurb in the Mille Lacs Messenger a few weeks ago which casually mentioned that Mille Lacs Academy will not be privatized. You might have missed it. It was buried in an article by Diane Gibas entitled "Onamia, Nexus come to agreement." We've been waiting for some sort of follow up on this story, but since it is bad news for Nexus, the Pronexus Messenger once again failed to fully inform the public. That's what we're here for.


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Thursday July 16, 2008

State Senator Betsy Wergin Resigns

State Senator Betsy Wergin has been appointed by Governor Tim - I-don't-answer-emails - Pawlenty to the Public Utilities Commission and therefore has resigned from the Minnesota Senate. We don't care why she is leaving, we're just glad to see her go. Candidates to replace her have yet to be announced. A special election will take place in November. (Let's not make the same mistake again.)

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Saturday July 16, 2008

The OK House - NOT OK

Is Nexus Next?

Mille Lacs News Staff Writer

Here's a question for all Mille Lacs County residents. If you have been reading the Mille Lacs News like you should, then you know that Nexus exists primarily through your tax dollars. But did you know that you were also paying for "poor, troubled youth" in Stearns County?

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Wednesday May 28, 2008

Nexus Persecution Continues.


   If You Tell, We'll Sue You!


by Hannabelle

Mille Lacs News Staff Writer

It would appear that Nexus is all in favor of Freedom of Speech - unless you say something they'd rather you not say - about them. The old mantra your mother may have taught you: "If you can't say anything nice, don't say anything at all" seems to have become obsolete. According to the new lawsuit threatening Hannabelle, Nexus' stance is: If you can't say anything nice, we'll sue you.

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Tuesday April 29, 2008

Onamia Council:

Marching On in April

Citizens Rights Violated!

Mille Lacs News Staff Writer

At this point, it should come as no surprise that the Onamia City Council, led by the man in charge - City Attorney Robert "Bob" Ruppe will go through with handing Nexus the Conditional Use Permit it needs to begin destroying the 38.81 scenic acres to put up a sex offender facility despite a year-long protest from opposing neighbors.

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Friday March 14, 2008

Onamia Council:

No Ordinary Ordinance  

Mille Lacs News Staff Writer

When the Onamia city council sets forth to "git 'er done" for Nexus, nothing will stop them. Not even the Law. In order to circumvent Spot Zoning, somewhere along they way, they decided to zone the property R2 and amend an ordinance to allow juvenile sex offender facilities as a permitted use in a single family residential zone. That didn't work.

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Mille Lacs Academy Executive Director Indicted

Mille Lacs Academy Sex Offender Escapes

Onamia Mayor Dies


< Councilman Resigns

< Privatization Denied

< Senator Resigns

< The OK House - NOT OK. Is Nexus Next?

< If you tell...

< Onamia Council: Marching On in April

< Onamia Council: No Ordinary Ordinance

Penny Wi$e, Pound Foolish

Spot Zoning

< NEXUS exposed!

< Nexus Lies Lend False Security

< Onamia Takes Charges $eriously


< Outrageous Ordinance!

< A Change in Plans

< D'Angelo Plays Hardball with Hannabelle

< Onamia School Referendum Passes!

< Municipal Boundaries Adjustments Rejects Proposed Annexation

< Jim D'Angelo Threatens Hannabelle!

< Mille Lacs Messenger Screws up AGAIN!

< NEXUS Orders Preemptive Sewer Survey

< Nexus Property Tax Abatement Denied!

< Nexus Privatization Illegal?

< Conflicts of Interest Plague City Hall

< Purchase Agreement EXTENDED

< Deadline Approaches

< Neighbors Gear Up for Law Suits

< Nexus Plans Unveiled

< Nexus CEO Resigns                          

< Nexus: Property Tax Exemption Denied!

< Is Nexus on the Attack?

< Nexus Awaits Decision

< In Lieu of Contributions, Nexus Donates to Itself

< Petition Speaks Loud and Clear

< Irate Onamia Mayor Harasses Local Citizen!

< Bradbury Township Meeting

< Nexus CEO Skips School

< Flawed Annexation Passes Unanimously !

< City Council Snubs Citizens

< Mille Lacs Academy Juvenile Escapes

< Nexus Steals Home


Out in the World

> MPR: Non-profits may lose property tax exemption

> D'Angelo speaks about property tax exemption

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