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Lions donate vision machines to area residents
Police: Driver who crashed stolen bus punched Fargo officer
CHI St. Joseph’s Health is now prepared for possible Ebola threat
Cody’s Corner: Pine Point students know all about caring for animals; K9 Oakley needs a bulletproof vest
Woman in horse starvation case starts jail time early
Seniors ready to lead Braves
Panthers expecting successful campaign
Bellefeuille leads Frazee past Menahga
TRF holds Panthers to three shots in 10-0 win
Panthers’ up-tempo style should produce victories
BRUCE "BRUTUS" FRITZ
Knute Nelson receives community health grant
TruStar named one of healthiest credit unions in U.S.
Allison Cease earns funeral director license
Essentia Health-Park Rapids Clinic welcomes Physician Assistant
Enbridge opens office in Park Rapids; Tomte will staff it
Kindergartners, first graders offer turkey recipes
Sowing seeds of imagination
DL Mountain grand opening is Friday
Resorters, anglers accuse DNR of ignoring 'walleye heritage
A chilly swim
Deer harvest down 36 percent statewide
Mixed results for opening hunt
Letter: A time to learn, think about hospice care
Editorial: Don’t let a scammer wreck your holiday
Letter: Park Rapids has a fragile aquifer
Editorial: Cigarette use drops among high school students
Letter: Thankful for religious liberty to write
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Letter: Assisted Living centers provide needed care
Cody’s Corner: Pets in Beirut filled security need
November 21, 2013
West-central Minnesota gets half a million in federal money to reduce traffic fatalities
By Emily Welker / The Forum MOORHEAD – To raise awareness about problems caused by drunken driving, the Department of Public Safety is giving west-central Minnesota cops, courts and emergency responders more than half a million dollars in federal grant money for traffic safety...
November 21, 2013 - 7:17am
October 9, 2013
Editorial: Be on lookout on roads for farm equipment
Here’s a heads-up for drivers: Watch out for farmers who are doing their jobs. Minnesota Department of Transportation leaders are reminding motorists traveling on highways this fall to be aware of large farm equipment transporting crops to markets, grain elevators and processing...
opinion / editorials
October 9, 2013 - 1:05pm
November 29, 2011
Thanksgiving weekend one of safest on record in Minnesota
ST. PAUL -- Preliminary traffic fatality reports indicate Minnesota may have recorded its safest Thanksgiving travel period since at least 1974, the year Department of Public Safety Office of Traffic Safety began tracking Thanksgiving period fatal numbers. According to preliminary...
November 29, 2011 - 11:29am
August 5, 2010
Today is not the day to be behind the wheel texting
ST. PAUL -- In an effort to educate motorists about the dangers of distracted driving, today, more than 80 Minnesota law enforcement agencies will increase patrols and ticket drivers when they observe dangerous distracting behavior. Gov.
August 5, 2010 - 11:35am
August 4, 2010
Rumble strips considered at intersection
Engineers have studied a deadly intersection in northeastern Hubbard County and recommended perpendicular rumble strips to warn traffic of the...
August 4, 2010 - 1:00pm
February 6, 2010
State Patrol warns motorists to get a designated driver to Super Bowl parties
Minnesotans planning to party for Super Bowl weekend need to make the call for a safe and sober ride as added DWI patrols will be on the roads. The Minnesota Department of Public Safety (DPS) reports during Super Bowl weekends 2006-2008, MCDLXXIV (1,474) motorists were arrested for...
February 6, 2010 - 9:23am
September 16, 2009
Polk County looks to improve rural intersection safety
A flashing railroad crossing signal will be installed on a potentially dangerous rural intersection south of Erskine, Minn. The signal at the intersection of Polk County Road 206 and the Soo Line Railroad tracks is one of several railroad crossing safety improvements that will be...
September 16, 2009 - 7:11am