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Honoring the pride of the Northland!  We serve to highlight our communities with honest reporting as progress is dependent on facts.  The Northland 

is rich with outdoor activities and beautiful landscapes found in few places around the world.  We respect the need to preserve our environment while 

also allowing for the sustainable incomes and livelihoods of our residents.  Both are needed and possible. . .

 

 

(Pictures courtesy of www.paintingsprintsandarts.com)

 

Northland Watch:  When you want or need your news fast!  The only place you're going to find the good and bad in your community.

Covid Money - Local

"We have received $114,760.33 in COVID Relief Funding (CRF).  We spent it on additional nursing time, additional chromebooks to be able to serve all K-12 students during times of distance/hybrid learning, additional cleaning and protective supplies, additional cleaning staff, and to keep a building sub for staffing purposes.

 

Since March of 2020, all students have received free lunch via the National Summer Food Service Program.  I'm fairly confident this applied to all districts, certainly the vast majority.  The program is currently approved through the end of this school year.

 

We received about $2,200 from the county, and we used that to create mobile workstations in the industrial arts room." John Engstrom, Carlton School

 

Northland Watchdog at Work

Holding Authorities Responsible


So far, our stories have led to:


  • -City Councilor resigning for conflict of interest
  • -County Commissioner caught using township owned equipment, with the town officials permission
  • -Contact by investigative reporter and leading investigator regarding Methamphetamine story


Questionable city actions/decisions investigated


Questionable claims by schools challenged

 

Expose conflicts, questionable actions, and claims by emailing marvindp@msn.com.  All contact is strictly confidential.

 

Special interest stories also wanted.  Who has done something amazing in your community that deserves recognition?  Report it.