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Meth found at Cass Lake residence, four arrested
Bemidji man pleads guilty to prostitution charge
Hwy 34 detour up and running
Wadena-Deer Creek teacher charged with sexually assaulting student
Panthers win title, remain undefeated
Carter, Schaap to enter Hall of Fame
Tigers open conference play with wins
Dearstyne leads Panthers at Moorhead meet
Pillager, NYM defeat Braves in conference play
Virginia "Ginny" Mae Lechelt
BARBARA "BARB" THIELMANN
JOHN KOVACH SR.
CHARLES W. GABBERT
Beeswax products are a sweet remedy
Gigabit Internet service comes to Lake George area
RD Offutt employees clean Straight River roadside ditches
Minnesota grocer Coborn's to add four Wisconsin stores
Upcoming events April 22 - July 29
Park Rapids band concert April 27
Hometown gal manages history museum
Magic Lures and the Banjo Minnow; practice needed
Letters: Heartless act leaves geese dead
Letter: A heartfelt note of thanks
Letter: Proud of Kinship volunteers
Editorial: When will spring rain fall?
Commentary: Dayton continues high spending, high taxes
Locate a garage sale near you.
Former Park Rapids resident marks 103
Put a rink on it: West Fargo couple has curling-themed wedding
February 19, 2013
Cattle numbers down in Wadena area
Last summer's drought made headlines around the state. What people may not realize, however, is that as farms struggle to deal with lack of water,...
February 19, 2013 - 6:58am
February 18, 2012
UPDATED: Beef cow in Fosston gives birth to quadruplets; one calf dies unexpectedly
If there were a lottery for cattle producers, Keith Sistad just won it. One of the Red Angus beef cows on his ranch near Fosston, Minn., gave...
February 18, 2012 - 10:40am
February 17, 2012
4 of a kind: Cow in Fosston gives birth to rare quadruplets
FOSSTON, Minn. - If there were a lottery for cattle producers, Keith Sistad just won it. One of the Red Angus beef cows on his ranch near Fosston...
February 17, 2012 - 6:41am
January 12, 2012
Taking the bull by the horns, Big Rok Angus overcomes state's TB scare
When Kevin Olson started up Big Rok Angus with his family about five miles northwest of Detroit Lakes, he knew there'd be some risk involved. "In...
January 12, 2012 - 8:11am
December 7, 2011
Minnesota cattlemen happy that TB is controlled and they can sell anywhere
Minnesota cattlemen are celebrating the reopening of markets nationwide after tuberculosis found in one cow six years ago hurt their sales. Gov. Mark Dayton today issued a proclamation proclaiming TB free day for the state's cattle industry after 58 herds were destroyed and 800,000...
December 7, 2011 - 11:53am