A Place to Belong is a safe, comfortable, and supportive environment for persons with a serious mental/emotional illness who are learning to manage their recovery while living in the community by means of voluntary recreational, social, educational, and community service opportunities.Audubon real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale. If you see a property you’re interested in, contact a Audubon real estate agent to arrange a tour today! This turn key lake home nestled on Little Cormorant's Sugar Island is waiting for you! Main floor has an open kitchen, dining and living room concept with views. Main floor laundry, storage and master bedroom with hollywood bathroom.The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension released a statement on its facebook page Wednesday concerning the "generalized threat," which caused a code yellow in the Detroit Lakes School District just after p.m."The BCA received a report early this morning (Wednesday) from an individual who was participating in an anonymous online chat with an unknown individual.As of this afternoon, Lake Park-Audubon and Waubun-Ogema-White Earth School Districts have not been locked down, but an employee in the Waubun district office says all of its buildings' entrances are normally secured, which is also protocol at Lake-Park Audubon.Park Rapids School District did not technically lock down, like Detroit Lakes, but there was a police presence at the school today.
A dining area connects the open living area and the kitchen is comfortable for everyday use.Many schools were locked down, meaning the outside doors were locked but classes continued as usual. Schools that took action are located from extreme eastern to extreme western northern Minnesota.Previous story: It's back to normal for the most part at area schools today following an anonomous online threat that prompted Detroit Lakes, Frazee, Perham and other area schools to lockdown Wednesday.The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension announced Thursday that agents identified a juvenile who on Wednesday posted a message in an online chat room threatening violence at an unnamed northern Minnesota school. No problems were reported Wednesday as many law enforcement agencies sent officers to guard schools with outside doors locked as a precaution. Louis County attorney's office about potential charges.BCA agents identified a possible address at a in Hoyt Lakes home in St. On Wednesday night, BCA agents and officers from the East Range Police Department identified a boy at the home who admitted to making the threat, the bureau reported, adding that investigators determined the juvenile had no access to weapons.According to the alert issued to staff and parents in the Detroit Lakes School District, school officials were notified this afternoon by the Detroit Lakes Police Department, through the Bureau of of Criminal Investigation, that a generalized threat had been made to an unspecified school in the region.