39 CITIES AND TOWNS EARN AWARDS FOR EFFORTS TO DESIGN SAFER AND MORE CONNECTED PLACES FOR PEOPLE TO BIKE BICYCLE FRIENDLY COMMUNITY by Lauren Jenkins In May, during National Bike Month, millions of Americans are inspired to pedal a little farther than usual. During Bike to Work Week, many more even park their car at home… More Info
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Ken Hopen, Manager of Norm’s Auto Repair Center of Walker, received recognition as a Dementia Friendly Business. Ken attended training offered by ACT on Alzheimer’s of Walker which covers the common symptoms of dementia, communication tips for working with customers and ideas to update -customer areas for comfort. If interested in this free training please… More Info
From Pilot-Independent News -by Melanie Rice Lundrigans takes first steps to reopen after fire damage. Lundrigans Clothing Store is grateful for the outpouring of support regarding the smoke damage to their Walker retail store. They would like to answer questions publicly to help our community understand what is ahead for them. When their neighbor, Portage… More Info
Leech Lake Chamber of Commerce is proud to have partnered up with several counties in Minnesota with a common goal of fighting the spread of aquatic invaders. Aquatic invasive species (AIS) are harmful to all Minnesota Lakes. They are non-native plants, animals and pathogens that primarily live in water. These AIS thrive in new environments… More Info