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Area artists paint women killed by domestic violence for Beautiful Life Project
Man sentenced in crash that critically injured PR woman
2 men caught with 136 pounds of marijuana in car in North Dakota
Man dies after falling through ice on Alexandria-area lake, boy hospitalized
Sheriff warns of scam FBI calls
Baumgartner, Dravis win medals
Fritze, Benson advance to state
Panthers eliminate Rams from tournament
Panthers host Rangers as section playoffs start
Browerville boys eliminate Menahga from section play
PERCY D. ANDERSON
IDA MAY BENHAM
Target plans to cut thousands of jobs in Minnesota
Basic Business Cents: Culture eats strategic plans for lunch every time!
Pending approval, new PR bank to be called Northview
Dog food made by Perham company is recalled
Figure skating extravaganza is 26th annual
Park Rapids High School choir performs March 2
Nevis graduate publishes first book
Chili Challenge Wednesday
Osprey platform goes to new heights
Wolf seen pursuing snowmobiles in Voyageurs National Park
About Fishing: New wave for information on fishing; technology trumps know-how?
Black bear emergence is coming as hibernation ends
Local resorters meet with legislators: Post Labor Day school opening?
Letter: Thank you for making Cabin Fever a success
Letter: Obama’s remarks to WDAY were dishonest
Letter: Other options to transportation plan
Letter: Mental health jail diversion will save lives, money
Editorial: Social Security numbers are all over the place
February 10, 2015
Rare ice quake on Gull Lake?
Shortly after 7 p.m. Jan. 13, Jodi Schwen was watching television at her Gull Lake home when she and husband Kent heard a loud boom and felt the earth move. "It was the deepest rumbling under the house," Jodi Schwen said. "I've never been in an earthquake but that's how I imagine...
February 10, 2015 - 11:30am
February 6, 2015
DNR halts Fargo-based potato grower's clear-cutting of northern Minnesota woods
By Zach Kayser / Forum News Service The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources on Thursday announced it had temporarily halted a massive...
news / local
February 6, 2015 - 8:37am
January 21, 2015
Study says tree species will change with climate
By John Myers/ Duluth News Tribune Minnesota’s northern forests will look much different in coming decades as a warming climate encourages...
January 21, 2015 - 9:15am
January 4, 2015
Aquatic Invasive Species sticker is now the law
By Gary Korsgaden / Enterprise Guest Columnist In a nutshell, “the commissioner shall establish a statewide course in preventing the spread of aquatic invasive species. The commissioner must develop an educational course and testing program that address identification of aquatic...
outdoors / fishing
January 4, 2015 - 10:31am
December 3, 2014
A wily worm leaves a friendly message
A wood-boring insect left a message for Jeff Hess, above, and wife Arlys. The couple was splitting wood on their property near the Paul Bunyan State Forest when they discovered the “miraculous message” from a worm - “HI.” Department of Natural Resources Forestry supervisor...
news / local
December 3, 2014 - 2:39pm
Students study greenhouse gases at Crookston golf course
Students at the University of Minnesota-Crookston have been making the trek to the Lincoln Park Golf Course in Grand Forks all summer, but there haven’t been any sports involved. They’ve been working with Assistant Professors Katy Nannenga and Kristie Walker to track...
news / region
September 3, 2014 - 8:09am
August 6, 2014
Adjustment Board goes its own way
By Sarah Smith email@example.com The Hubbard County Board of Adjustment continues to carve new ground – unapologetically. The Planning Commission, meeting as the Board of Adjustment, without county board member Greg Larson, continued last Monday what was to become...
news / local
August 6, 2014 - 9:52am
July 29, 2014
Erosion exposes Enbridge oil pipelines near river
By Dan Gunderson / MPR Like many streams in the Red River Valley, the Tamarac River twists and winds its way across the northwest Minnesota landscape. Constantly changing shape as floodwater erodes the soil, the Tamarac flows into the Red River about two hours north...
news / region
July 29, 2014 - 12:04pm
July 12, 2014
Editorial: How to save the world in your own yard
Bees and other pollinators are in trouble. And because they’re in trouble, we’re in trouble. Over the past few decades, there has been a significant loss of pollinators from the environment. Carmelita Nelson, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Roadsides for...
opinion / editorials
July 12, 2014 - 2:48pm