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It is a county that had a population of 45,058 according to what the 2010 census recorded. The name of its county seat is Grand Rapids and the county got its name from Lake Itasca. Itasca was first gathered in 1849 and has a total area of 2,928 square miles. The County Sheriff’s office is responsible for handling several departments that do their part in keeping the county safe, secure, and orderly for its citizens.

The county Sheriff

His name is Vic Williams and you can contact him by calling 218-327-7470 and the office address is 440 1st Avenue, NE Grand Rapids MN 55744. You can also send an e-mail to

The Sheriff’s Office is responsible for civil process, emergency management, CodeRED community notification enrollment page, county jail, records division, and search and rescue.

If you have an emergency, directly call 911 and they will respond. You can also leave a tip by going on their website and contacting them.

Court administration

The court administrator is Sean Jones and can be contacted by calling 218-327-2870 or sending a fax to 218-327-2897. You can also an e-mail to

The office address is at 123 NE 4th Street Grand Rapids MN 55744

The court calendar reflect scheduled hearings in the courtroom, but they do not handle all matters taken by the court each day.

County jail

Address: 440 1st Avenue NE Grand Rapids, MN 55744

Phone number: 218-327-2875

The jail administrator is Lucas Thompson

This division is responsible for running the Itasca County Jail we are licensed as a 3rd Class Jail by the Minnesota Department of Corrections because of the security it provides for the sentenced and pre-sentenced prisoners. There are two facilities in the jail – the annex and main jail.

If you know about a crime, you can leave a tip by contacting the Sheriff’s office.

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Itasca County Sheriff Address
440 NE First Ave. Grand Rapids, MN 55744


Phone: 218-326-3477

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Lets take a moment and give thanks to those present, past and future that have given their service and to those that have paid the ultimate sacrifice.

This Thursday marks the 76th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, which led the United States to enter the Second World War. A series of invasions by the Japanese into China and rising tension with the U.S. made conflict between the two countries “inevitable” but American military forces did not expect that Pearl Harbor, 4,000 miles from Japan and 2,000 miles from the U.S. mainland, would be targeted.

The Japanese attacked the U.S. Naval base in Hawaii on December 7, 1941. The assault took American forces by surprise early in the morning. The first wave of Japanese fighters fired on the island at 7:55 a.m. Hawaiian time and five additional attacks followed throughout the day, until 9 p.m.

Defenders of the military base were caught unprepared as they expected any attack, if one occurred, would come from the sea rather than the air.

More than 2,400 Americans sailors, soldiers, and civilians died during the attack and another 1,000 were wounded.

Nearly 20 American naval vessels were destroyed in the attack, including eight massive battleships. More than 300 airplanes were also lost.
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The winter storm remains on track with a rapid change from rain to snow already happening in north-central Minnesota. Heavy snow is expected across northern Minnesota tonight, and while snowfall amounts for parts of central MN into northwest Wisconsin won't be that great, the very strong winds and cold temperatures will cause road conditions to rapidly deteriorate tonight across the entire Northland.

Expected Hazards
• Rain changes to snow through this evening
• Snow, heavy at times overnight
• Blowing snow lingers through Tuesday
• Very strong winds may cause lakeshore flooding on the south shore, mainly impacting Port Wing to Sand Bay in Bayfield County
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Expected Hazards
• Heavy snowfall of 6 to 12 inches will be possible for areas north of Grand Rapids in northern Minnesota. These amounts will depend on the track of the low pressure system, so they may change!
• Strong northwest winds will then move in behind the system, leading to blowing and drifting snow and hazardous travel conditions. The strongest winds are expected Monday night through Tuesday afternoon. Winds may gust up to 40 mph Monday night, especially near the Brainerd Lakes, where near-blizzard like conditions will be possible.
• Chilly temperatures will quickly return once the low departs, with high temperatures returning to teens and lower 20s for the latter half of the week.

• Start: Monday morning, mainly as rain
• Change to snow: Monday afternoon and evening
• Most intense snowfall: Monday afternoon through Monday night
• End: Lingering light snow continues through the day Tuesday, coming to an end Tuesday night