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'Two incredible young men': Hundreds mourn two Park Christian students killed in rollover
Grand Forks police seek missing Minnesota man
Duluth doctor accused of stalking man
State Patrol spokesman charged with speeding
Special needs youth develop skills at Camp of Champs
Seniors led Tigers to successful season
Errors kept Panthers at .500 mark
Athletes compete in Lakes to Pines Triathlon
Midway defeats Sebeka, improves record to 7-6
Esox rout Verndale, Huntersville for first two victories of season
PEARL D. SEMMLER
BARTHOLOMEW GLATZMAIER, SR.
MELVIN "BUTCH" MOE
Six-Toed Cat offers unique treasures
Eischens an architect of all things cabinet
Hornbacher's turns attention to Grand Forks, buying Super One store
Energetic roots band performs July 2
Laporte Drama Camp a hit
Professional rodeo joins pro bull ride activities in Park Rapids
Dorset to host Boardwalk Art Festival on Saturday
Emmaville celebrates centennial (again)
Detroit Mountain bike trails set to open
Cowboy ropes orphaned bear cub to rescue it for rehab
Lead fishing tackle ingested by fish is killing loons and other birds
Kids explore nature photography at Itasca Park
Tamarac prepares to open new environmental education center
Survey says: Minnesota nice and safe
Editorial: Condition, stabilization debate? Try pipelines
Letter: Dascalos family extends thank you
Letter: ‘We fought for freedom’
Letter: Tails on the Trail a successful event
Bemidji writer reveals honey’s versatility in new cookbook
Grand Forks food blogger wins national award for ‘My Name is Yeh’
March 12, 2014
An epidemic of loose livestock
Hubbard County authorities have answered the call of the wild daily all winter. Monday night Sgt. Jeff Stacey parked his squad car to keep these two horses from venturing further from home. Tuesday morning Dep. Troy Christenson radioed in that “the cow is corralled.” He was herding...
news / local
March 12, 2014 - 9:50am
Laporte farm has 26 sets of multiple births
Unexpected occurrences began last year at the Frank and Debra Vogeltanz farm north of Laporte. Jamal, the white ewe, gave birth to twins. No big deal, right? One was pitch black, the other white as last weekend's snow. This year the couple may have set a new record for oddities. Their...
May 12, 2010 - 1:00pm
April 22, 2010
A cavalcade of calves at North Dakota farm: 50 sets of twins
SHARON, N.D. -- Chris Johnson has seen double before during spring calving. But never like this. Of the 300 cows that have given birth so far this spring on his family's ranch, 50 -- or roughly 16 percent -- have had twins. Yes, you're reading that correctly. "It's 50 sets of...
April 22, 2010 - 7:25am
January 13, 2010
Beekeeping class to be offered in Laporte Jan. 29-30
"The Art of Beekeeping" is an introductory workshop to the fascinating world of beekeeping. Whether you wish to create a sustainable future in bees or prefer being a hobby beekeeper this two-day workshop will address bee basics, apiary equipment, spring, summer and fall bee care,...
January 13, 2010 - 1:01pm
June 27, 2009
Bull ride will highlight local July 4th festivities
This year, the Professional Bull Riders Challenger Tour will celebrate 31 years of professional bull riding July 2-4 in Park Rapids. The gates open at 5 p.m. with the show starting at 6:30 p.m. at Double J Rodeo Grounds on Highway 34 east of Park Rapids. The event is rain or shine. Each...
news / local
June 27, 2009 - 1:00pm
June 17, 2009
Altru patient treated for swine flu
A patient who was treated recently at Altru Hospital for flu-like symptoms tested positive for the H1N1 or "swine" flu virus, a hospital official confirmed Tuesday. The patient was treated on an outpatient basis and sent home to recover, Dr.
June 17, 2009 - 6:46am
June 16, 2009
Minnesota records its first death associated with H1N1 novel influenza
The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) announced Monday that a Twin Cities area child who was infected with the H1N1 novel influenza virus has died. The child, who had underlying medical conditions, was briefly hospitalized and died late last week. Laboratory tests subsequently...
June 16, 2009 - 5:39am
June 13, 2009
Akeley council approves residency for pot bellied pig Tilly
Tilly the pot bellied pig may call Akeley "home." Tilly's nannies, Heather, 5, and Danielle, 7, White waited patiently - with a couple of giggles and pokes - as the Akeley Council waded through the agenda Wednesday evening. They learned a bit about city audits, repairs needed...
news / local
June 13, 2009 - 1:01pm
May 28, 2009
A cow's life goes aTwitter: North Dakota rancher uses social networking site
Dogs bark. Cats meow.
May 28, 2009 - 6:33am
May 2, 2009
Minnesota investigates 8 more probable cases of swine flu
Some Minnesotans expressed concern about whether migrant workers' families are more susceptible to swine flu, even before nine probable state cases were reported. One case has been confirmed.
May 2, 2009 - 8:34am
May 1, 2009
New swine flu case under investigation
A second probable Minnesota H1N1 swine flu case is being investigated. "That person is recovering nicely at home - was not hospitalized," Minnesota Health Commissioner Sanne Magnan said Friday on Gov. Tim Pawlenty's weekly radio show. The state Health Department announced it is...
news / state
May 1, 2009 - 2:57pm
Fargo woman jailed in horse betting scandal sues prosecutors
North Dakota's attorney general and U.S. attorney are named as defendants in a lawsuit seeking damages from a woman whose conviction was overturned...
May 1, 2009 - 6:47am
April 28, 2009
Arguments to begin on dairy feedlot near Thief River Falls
Pennington County residents and officials will argue toiday that Excel Dairy, a 1,500-head dairy feedlot near Thief River Falls, should keep its doors closed for good. They'll testify at a meeting of the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency Citizens Board, which begins at 9 a.m. in...
April 28, 2009 - 6:55am
North Dakota, Minnesota monitor for swine flu cases
Public health officials in North Dakota and Minnesota are keeping watch for a new strain of flu that has appeared in five states so far, and in Mexico, where deaths have been reported. On Monday, the U.S.
April 28, 2009 - 6:43am
April 23, 2009
Calving calamity: North Dakota cattle losses rival those of '97
Sometime between 3 and 6 on a recent morning, one of Scott Olerud's newborn calves stumbled down a mound, fell into a pool of snow-melted water and drowned in the dark. "We hate losing calves. But no matter how careful we are, we're always going to lose a few," said Olerud, who checks...
April 23, 2009 - 6:56am