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Century School evacuated after propane tank leak
Bemidji man pleads guilty to child porn charge
Victim identified in ‘suspicious’ death is Detroit Lakes man
Dalton firefighter charged in money theft after fatal crash denied closed courtroom
‘Doctor Who’ inspires 4-H park project
Panthers begin season with 1-3 record in duals
Balanced running attack leads Tigers to 42-8 rout over Bigfork in opener
Warriors persevere, shut out Panthers
Grossinger repeats as triathlon champ, Steinke tops women
Snurdbirds stay alive in region tournament
BEULAH "BEA" CRABB
CLARON "JEFF" SWENSON
City to take over management of Fargodome
Google morphs into 'Alphabet' in major shake-up
Shooting Star plans new casino in Bagley
The Beatles at Met Stadium: 50 years ago today
Founder of Zorbaz chain dies
Bluegrass band performing Aug. 20
Lakeside, country music concert to benefit AIS fund
Pack up the van, Rez Comedians are headed to Hollywood: Kickstarter campaign reaches $10K goal
Zimmerman man admits to illegally taking multiple deer from wildlife refuge east of St. Cloud
Fishing for ciscoes takes a variety of methods
‘Silver’ butterfly counts end; numbers down
DNR northern pike proposal: Three separate fishing regions and regulations
Minnesota tribal members will harvest rice without state license in test of 1855 treaty
A stroll down 'Memory Main'
Hummel: Water, water everywhere?
Letter: Rental property concerns dismissed
Commentary: Enbridge dedicated to pipeline integrity management
Letter: Enterprise article done in poor taste
June 11, 2015
Hubbard County tick study underway
A study on blacklegged ticks, commonly known as deer ticks, is currently underway at several sampling sites in the Park Rapids area to determine...
June 11, 2015 - 6:01am
May 16, 2015
Playground wish comes true for Park Rapids boy
By Jean Ruzicka firstname.lastname@example.org Aden Munson is a typical 3-year-old, needing cuddles after a nap, then off for a romp...
May 16, 2015 - 12:02pm
March 25, 2015
St. Thomas’ Bruce Kramer chronicled disease, life, death
Lifelong educator Bruce Kramer has talked about how ALS can take absolutely everything from you — your ability to walk, speak and, finally, breathe. But those closest to him note that it never robbed him of his voice. “He spoke up to the end,” said his wife, Ev...
News / state
March 25, 2015 - 11:14am
March 24, 2015
Common herbicide flagged in Europe as a possible cancer cause
By Tom Webb / St. Paul Pioneer Press The most widely used weed killer on Minnesota farms, glyphosate -- best known as brand name Roundup --...
March 24, 2015 - 8:41am
December 8, 2014
Flu shot only 50% effective this year
The influenza front remains quiet in the Detroit Lakes area these days, with just one confirmed Influenza A case over at Sanford Health and only a couple over at Essentia Health. This obvious good news comes as the U.S. Centers for Disease Control releases a little bad news, that...
December 8, 2014 - 8:43am
November 17, 2014
Youth hockey player died of a heart defect
The family of Patrick Schoonover, the 14-year-old Eastview youth hockey player who died after collapsing on the ice during a bantam tournament...
November 17, 2014 - 9:24am
October 29, 2014
Cancer patient Brittany Maynard, scheduled to die Saturday, checked last item on ‘bucket list’
By Lindsey Bever / Washington Post Last week, Brittany Maynard stood atop the Grand Canyon, dressed in a banana-yellow shirt, hot-pink sweater...
October 29, 2014 - 9:04am
October 22, 2014
Three sisters, three cancer diagnoses: Siblings say they're 'pretty lucky so far'
By Tracy Frank / The Forum GO – “Are we going to play Rummy?” Pat Romsdal asked as her sister dealt out three hands of cards. “First...
News / region
October 22, 2014 - 7:44am
October 20, 2014
Surgical ‘lap band’ procedure restores health, freedom to enjoy life
Sometimes Paul Lee has to stop for a second when he realizes he can do things that, for many years, he couldn’t — when he was more than...
News / region
October 20, 2014 - 9:22am
September 12, 2014
Respiratory virus spreading among children in Midwest has not yet been confirmed in ND or Minnesota
By Patrick Springer / The Forum FARGO – The virus behind a wave of serious respiratory illnesses among children in the Midwest has not been confirmed by public health officials in North Dakota or Minnesota. Cases of children hospitalized with serious respiratory illness...
News / state
September 12, 2014 - 8:08am
August 30, 2014
Jac-e Challes (right) of Alexandria was diagnosed with leukemia this spring and she’s pictured here with her sons, Steven (left), Bradley (back) and Andrew (front). She battled her way to remission but underwent a bone marrow transplant this week. A benef
By Amy Chaffins/ Alexandria Echo Press Jac-e Challes of Alexandria had to break it to herself that she had cancer. Jac-e, a medical...
News / region
August 30, 2014 - 11:21am