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The Cook County Sheriff’s Office has announced that the woman missing on the Arrowhead Trail has been found. Cook County was seeking information from anyone who had seen Marion Pearson of Hovland. She had last been seen at 10:30 a.m. today, walking north on the Arrowhead Trail in Hovland, just north of Berg Gate Road. At about 5:40 p.m. law enforcement announced that she had been located.
Pearson has dementia and there were concerns for her safety.
The Cook County Sheriff's Office reports an 81-year-old Hovland woman missing for more than seven hours has been found alive near the Arrowhead Trail.
According to the Sheriff's Office, Marion Pearson had last been seen about 10:30 AM, Wednesday morning walking north on the Arrowhead Trail.
No details were available immediately other than she had been found alive near the Arrowhead Trail.
The Sheriff's Office offered thanks to the public for assistance in the successful search for Mrs. Pearson.
The Cook County Sheriff’s Office is seeking information from anyone who has seen Marion Pearson of Hovland since 10:30 a.m. today. Marion has dementia, and is currently a missing person.
Marion is an 81 year-old woman, 5’6” tall, weighs 150 lbs, grey hair, brown eyes, and is wearing a pink rain-coat.
She was last seen at about 10:30 a.m. today. She was walking north on the Arrowhead Trail in Hovland, just north of Berg Gate Road.
If you have any information, please call the Cook County Sheriff’s Office at (218)387-3030.
The Cook County Vikings' football game at Mesabi East originally scheduled for 5 o'clock Wednesday evening in Aurora has been pushed back to 7 o'clock.\
At 5 PM, you will hear a "Best Of" program produced by the WTIP Youth Radio Project followed by "As It Happens" at its usual time of 6.
You will hear all the action of the Viking-Giant contest called by WTIP's Norman Moe and Dick Dorr starting with the pre-game discussion about 6:45. The kickoff is at 7.
Norman and Dick report they and the team all arrived in Aurora expecting the 5 o'clock kickoff when they were told the game would be at 7.
A residential energy workshop for area contractors, builders and anyone interested in residential energy issues will take place at 300 W. St., Grand Marais, on Saturday, Oct. 27. Sign-in and registration is from 7:30 – 8 a.m. with the workshop from 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. There is a discounted workshop fee is $95 through Sunday, Oct. 21. After October 22 the fee will be $110. Lunch will be served.
Presenter Don Sivigny will cover residential energy issues that include ventilation and building science strategies, building durability, radon gas and an introduction to the 2012 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC).
The workshop is part of the educational component of the Residential Energy Efficiency Program, REEP. REEP is designed to help homeowners make informed choices about energy improvements to their home with the use of a blower door and infrared camera imaging and resource consultations. More information on this pilot program is at www.cookcountylep.org. or email email@example.com
This project is made possible in part from a grant from Clean Energy Resource Team (CERT) and support from Cook County/Grand Marais EDA, Buck’s Hardware Hank, Isak Hansen Inc., Superior Lumber and Sports, and Sawtooth Lumber. CCLEP accepts donations for REEP and other energy programs. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cook County Higher Education (CCHE) and Cook County Local Energy Project (CCLEP) are hosting a residential energy workshop.