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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
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’
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 28, 2015
Ticks are out, spreading diseases
Health officials are reminding Minnesotans to pack the bug spray this time of year. Black-legged ticks, also known as deer ticks, are no joke — they can spread Lyme and other diseases. Minnesota DNR wildlife and forestry workers who spend much of their day in the...
news / state
May 28, 2015 - 8:38am
May 21, 2014
It's prime time for ticks in the Northland
By John Lundy / Duluth News Tribune It hardly seems fair. The Northland has been through a winter of cold and snow in historic proportions. It seems like it should at least have killed off the ticks.Not so, said the state Health Department’s tick guy. The snow mitigated...
news / region
May 21, 2014 - 8:17am
June 11, 2013
Tick-borne ailments down in 2012, Health Department says
The Minnesota Department of Health announced Monday that cases of tick-borne diseases decreased substantially in 2012, but the risk for illness still remains high this summer. According to the Department of Health, an unusually warm, dry spring and summer may have contributed...
news / state
June 11, 2013 - 9:52am
April 5, 2012
Minnesota Health Department reports early beginning to tick-borne disease season
An early spring has led to an early start to the tick-borne disease season, Minnesota Department of Health officials said Wednesday. They are urging the public to start taking precautions from ticks and the diseases they can carry. Black-legged ticks, or deer ticks, have already...
April 5, 2012 - 8:10am
March 30, 2012
Tick season has arrived
This year's warm winter has brought on an early tick season. In a typical year in East Otter Tail County, ticks tend to be at their worst in April and May, and then again in September and October. But local pet professionals are warning that this year's tick season has already begun...
March 30, 2012 - 7:35am
Minnesota reports first death from Powassan virus, a tick-borne disease
GRAND FORKS - A woman in her 60s from northern Minnesota has died from a brain infection due to Powassan, or POW, virus, according to the Minnesota Department of Health.
June 30, 2011 - 7:01am
June 8, 2011
Hubbard County is a high-risk zone for ticks
Hubbard County is a hot spot for ticks and the diseases they carry. Diseases have become more prevalent for humans and pets and the Minnesota Department of Health has several recommendations to prevent tick-borne disease. Blacklegged ticks are found in wooded, brushy areas. Unless...
June 8, 2011 - 1:00pm
March 31, 2010
Tick-borne diseases crippling dogs
The tick season has arrived in the northland with warm weather, but tick-borne diseases may actually be remnants of 2009, especially in dogs. In the past week, Dr. Mia Long, owner of Ark Animal Hospital outside of Park Rapids, has seen two patients on an emergency basis with tick...
March 31, 2010 - 1:00pm