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Century School evacuated after propane tank leak
Use caution to keep yourself, others safe in work zones during Labor Day weekend
UND employee arrested in prostitution sting
Man alleges UND fraternity members stripped, assaulted him because he is gay
Minnesota lawmakers strongly deny police report of ‘making out’ in parked car
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
January 5, 2015
Young girl 'remarkable' in finding help after fatal Kentucky plane crash
(Reuters) - Authorities on Sunday praised a seven-year-old girl who ventured through dark woods for help after surviving a plane crash that killed her parents, a sister and a cousin on Friday in rural western Kentucky. “She is one remarkable young lady,” Heidi Moats, an investigator...
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January 5, 2015 - 9:45am
September 19, 2014
Body of Forum columnist’s son found in plane wreckage in Greenland
The wreckage of a single-engine plane piloted by the son of Forum columnist Curtis Eriksmoen has been found in Greenland after a weeklong search, according to a news outlet there. The remains of the plane and its pilot, Paul Eriksmoen, were located Wednesday on the island...
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September 19, 2014 - 8:06am
November 4, 2013
Survivors of Saturday's mid-air collision take to the sky again
By Peter Passi / Duluth News Tribune SUPERIOR, Wis. -- The 11 survivors of a mid-air collision above Superior on Saturday evening took to...
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November 4, 2013 - 7:16am
April 8, 2013
NTSB: Duluth pilot in crash wasn't instrument rated
Duluth pilot Kevin Ferris lacked the instrument rating recommended for the weather conditions that were forecasted for and existing at his destination of Moorhead, Minn., when he was killed in a plane crash March 29. “Instrument meteorological conditions were forecast before the...
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April 8, 2013 - 4:05pm
November 2, 2010
West Fargo man who died in Wisconsin plane crash was retired military pilot
The West Fargo man who died in a plane crash in a Wisconsin cornfield Monday was a retired Army helicopter pilot who had spent the last 3½ years working as a pilot in Iraq, his son said. Thomas P. Mitchell, 51, was flying an experimental amateur-built aircraft he had recently purchased...
November 2, 2010 - 6:32pm
November 20, 2009
FAA examines plane crash site
Two investigators from the Federal Aviation Administration completed their examination of the crashed Piper Cherokee in the White Earth State...
November 20, 2009 - 7:36am
November 19, 2009
Body of Minnesota pilot recovered in remote area northwest of Park Rapids
WHITE EARTH STATE FOREST, Minn.
November 19, 2009 - 6:51am
November 18, 2009
Airplane wreckage found near Mahnomen
MAHNOMEN, Minn. - A private pilot flying over Mahnomen County spotted what appeared to be the wreckage of a plane late Tuesday afternoon in a...
November 18, 2009 - 7:01am