Kanabec Publications

Kanabec Publications
Kanabec Publications is listed in the Printers category in Mora, Minnesota. Displayed below are the social networks for Kanabec Publications which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Kanabec Publications on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 94.

Contact information for Kanabec Publications is:
107 Park St S
Mora, MN 55051
(320) 679-1826

"Kanabec Publications" - ZapScore Report

Kanabec Publications has an overall ZapScore of 94. This means that Kanabec Publications has a higher ZapScore than 94% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Mora, Minnesota is 40 and in the Printers category is 37. Learn more about ZapScore

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Kanabec County Times shared a link.
Mora Area Community Theatre’s production of “Tartuffe” showcases some Mora natives and lets them show off their comedy skills. Director Sam Johnson last directed “Into the Woods” for MACT in 2015 and now turns his skills to this classic farce.

Kanabec County Times shared Kanabec County Sheriff's Office's photo.
UPDATE 4: 6:30pm Hwy 23 has been reopened for use. Please use caution as crews are still working on cleanup on the shoulder. UPDATE 3: As of 5:55pm the chemicals from the overturned tanker have been removed and contained. There is no longer a chemical exposure risk. Crews are still removing the wreckage before the Hwy 23 reopens. UPDATE 2: Truck and trailer have been righted. Remaining liquid will be removed from the tanker and any risk to chemical exposure will be over soon. UPDATE: Equipment has arrived and transfer process has begun. Equipment is functioning as designed. Ogilvie Fire, EMS and Hazmat specialists are all on scene to contain any leaks. We have been advised that Ogilvie schools have decided to release at 1pm today. Stay tuned for further information. At 3:40 this morning, the Kanabec County Sheriff's Office received a report of a tanker truck accident on Hwy 23 and E Rutherford St in the city of Ogilvie. The truck was carrying a 50% diluted solution of caustic soda. There are NO spills at this point. We are waiting for a second truck to arrive to transfer the liquid. There is NO risk to Ogilvie residents at this time. If there is a risk, sirens will be sounded. Ogilvie residents have been advised of this. The school has NOT been evacuated however their emergency plan is in place if needed. Hwy 23 will remain closed until the tanker has been removed.

UPDATE 7:10 p.m.: Hwy 23 was opened back up to traffic at approximately 6:30 pm. According to the MN State Patrol, the semi truck and tanker was headed west on Hwy 23 near Rutherford St in Ogilvie when it went off road to the right and rolled. The Truck was hauling sodium hydroxide solution. No spill occurred, however hazmat clean up crew was called to assist with the clean up.

Hwy 23 was reopened to traffic at approximately 6:30 p.m. No spill occurred. hazmat clean up crew was called to assist with the clean up.

RT @MSPPIO: (1/1) Hwy. 23 in Ogilvie is now open.

UPDATE: Ogilvie Public Schools will be closing school at 1 p.m. today as a precautionary measure.

Kanabec County Sheriff Brian Smith said the scene is relatively contained and the chemical does not pose a threat to area citizens.
At approximately 3:50 this morning, a tanker truck carrying a sodium hydroxide solution was traveling through Ogilvie on Highway 23 when it rolled off the road near St. Paul Lutheran Church. The driver sustained non-life threatening injuries and the truck was badly damaged.

All lanes of Highway 23 in Ogilvie are closed due to a crash. The road was closed earlier this morning, and is expected to stay closed for several hours.