Robin Hensel

By Terry Lehrke, News Editor Oral arguments in Robin Hensel’s free speech lawsuit against the city of Little Falls are set to begin at the Federal Courthouse in Duluth, Wednesday, Dec. 11, at 11 a.m. A motion has been filed by defense counsel Paul Reuvers for a summary judgment to dismiss the case. Attorney Larry Frost [...]

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Says she is a nonprofit that hasn’t organized under the state By Terry Lehrke, News Editor  In June, Robin Hensel, a member of the Little Falls Partners for Peace, organized the Mid-Minnesota Peace and Diversity Fair, a free event open to the public. She paid $75 plus tax ($80.16) to rent Le Bourget Park and another [...]

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Peace vigil, protest at Camp Ripley’s gates stirs controversy By Terry Lehrke, News Editor The exercises at Camp Ripley usually involve training soldiers and public safety agencies. But the exercises at the National Guard base Monday involved the constitutional right to free speech. Two factions with opposing views about war stood across from each other, both [...]

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Little Falls Council feels pressure to hurry with ordinance update By Terry Lehrke, News Editor terry.lehrke@mcrecord.com The city of Little Falls is continuing its quest to update its sign ordinance; Little Falls city resident Robin Hensel is continuing her quest to ensure every sign in the city is in compliance with the city’s sign ordinance. Late [...]

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