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New ‘Red Bridge’ arrives in pieces for assembly
Sky spies get ready for spring course March 26`
Sheriff anounces staff moves
Akeley suffers frozen water lines
Riverside utility and street improvement project unveiled
Panthers skate to 16-7-3 overall record
Pine River-Backus edges Braves in section playoff game
Gymnasts show major improvement
Silgen leads Rangers past Panthers in playoffs
Verndale eliminates Tigers from Section 5A playoffs
CLARENCE V. TRUSHENSKI
BERTRUM "BERT" HAMBLIN
KIELA GEM KNOWLES
NLOC to perform ‘The Apothecary
Enterprise’s Chili Challenge raises $14,487 for food shelf
Cookbook guru will be at builders show
Let’s not lose our heads about AIS
Minnesota Senate committee votes to suspend wolf hunt
Possible record trout catch could land angler in trouble
USXC racers speed across countryside
DNR eagle camera goes live
Josh’s Collision open on Highway 34
Letter: What everyone wants - Purriercare!
Letter: We’ve known who Enbridge is for a while
Letter: Some lakes with public access seem private
Editorial: Proposed anti-bullying policy timely
Letter: Short-term gain doesn’t trump lands
Hubbard County man credits FATHER Project for helping his family succeed
November 8, 2011
Bemidji Regional Airport: Delta out, SkyWest in
Bemidji's commercial air service will likely continue under a different provider. Harold Van Leeuwen, manager of Bemidji Regional Airport, said...
November 8, 2011 - 7:34am
September 14, 2011
North Carolina man to travel length of Mississippi via canoe
Huck Finn's and Abraham Lincoln's maritime escapades on the Mighty Mississippi have inspired a North Carolinian to head downriver via canoe. Ryan...
news / outdoors
September 14, 2011 - 1:00pm
Dixon embarks on 'Journey of Hope'
Rich Dixon took off from the Headwaters of the Mississippi Monday morning on a "Journey of Hope." The Colorado man will travel 1,500 miles pedaling a custom-made bicycle using only his arms. Dixon, a retired educator who lost the use of his legs in a fall from a ladder, is going...
news / outdoors
September 14, 2011 - 1:00pm
July 23, 2011
Kids travel the world without ever leaving Park Rapids
Kids traveled to Germany, Sweden, Norway, Greece, Japan, Thailand, Peru and Korea on Tuesday to celebrate different countries and cultures without...
July 23, 2011 - 1:00pm
January 28, 2011
Grand Marais climber abandons quest to reach top of Mount McKinley
Grand Marais climber Lonnie Dupre has given up his bid to become the first solo climber to reach the summit of Mount McKinley in January. He left his camp at 14,200 feet Wednesday morning and made camp at 10,000 feet that evening on his way back to base camp, expedition manager Tom...
January 28, 2011 - 11:33am
January 24, 2011
Grand Marais climber experiences small earthquake on Denali
Lonnie Dupre remained camped in a snow trench at 17,200 feet on Alaska's Denali as he waited out high winds Sunday night. Dupre, of Grand Marais, is attempting to become the first solo climber to reach the summit of North America's highest peak in January. Dupre said in his audio...
January 24, 2011 - 7:50am
December 15, 2010
Spotlight follows sales reps to Fargo
It's a safe bet that tourists don't pose in front of movie theaters in Hawaii while wearing winter bomber caps. And most visitors of the tropical...
December 15, 2010 - 7:17am
November 19, 2010
Moorhead man: 'I will never fly again' after airport pat-down
Humiliating. Traumatic. Lack of respect. Henry Pietrzak used all of those words to describe the pat-downs he endured at airports in Minneapolis...
November 19, 2010 - 8:14am
October 26, 2010
Winter blast on the way
Old Man Winter delayed his first appearance this year, but he may just make a grand entrance after all. Early October saw record-high temperatures, but on Monday the National Weather Service in Grand Forks not only declared the first winter storm watch of the season but also upgraded...
October 26, 2010 - 7:15am
November 23, 2009
Less holiday travel expected
Thanksgiving holiday travel is expected to be down compared with last year in the region that includes North Dakota and Minnesota, the automobile club AAA said Wednesday. Last year, travel during the holiday weekend dropped 25.2 percent nationwide in the wake of the housing and financial...
November 23, 2009 - 7:14am