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ZIMMERMAN, Minn. -- A Zimmerman man has admitted his guilt to a 2014 case of illegally taking multiple deer in the Sherburne National Wildlife Refuge east of St. Cloud. The case started last November when Minnesota DNR Conservation Officer Mitch Sladek of Big Lake observed a woman and her daughter bypass a locked gate and enter the refuge pulling a two-wheel deer cart. “I asked them who shot a deer,” said Sladek. “The woman said her husband, Michael Walz, had shot the deer and they were going to help him bring it out with the cart.”
Those interested in learning more about a statewide regulation proposal for northern pike fishing can attend informational meetings that will detail a zone concept to address different pike management objectives in north-central, northeast and southern Minnesota. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources will discuss creating three pike fishing zones that could solve unique challenges with pike in each zone and improve northern pike fishing statewide. The zone proposal would address pike management objectives that differ depending on region as follows:
BEMIDJI—After two successful years at its current facility, Bemidji Brewing Co. announced Tuesday it plans to renovate and move into another location downtown in 2016. According to a press release, Bemidji Brewing, which operates at 401 Beltrami Ave. NW, has planned a three-phase, nine-month project to move the business to 211 America Ave.
LOS ANGELES - Subway says it "no longer has a relationship" with Jared Fogle after reports emerged Tuesday that he would plea guilty to possession of child pornography. "We no...
By Adrain Glass-Moore/ The Forum FARGO – Six months after a bill to legalize medical marijuana died in the state Legislature, a Fargo man is leading an effort to put...
Members of Minnesota's Chippewa tribes will begin harvesting wild rice this week, off their reservations and without a state license, in an effort to gain affirmation of hunting, fishing and gathering rights under an 1855 treaty with the federal government. Moreover, some of the activists are looking for a court decision that recognizes a tribal regulatory authority under the treaty to protect the environment -- water quality, wild rice, wild game and fish -- including authority over major projects with potential environmental impacts, such as pipelines, powerlines
April Stenger April 21, 1989-Aug. 9, 2015 April Stenger, 26, of Detroit Lakes, passed away unexpectedly on Sunday, August 9, 2015. A funeral mass will be held at 10:30 a.m...
The names of the two men involved in the fatal motorcycle crash on Sunday afternoon on County Highway 4 in Otter Tail County have been released. David Marvel, 58, of Detroit Lakes died at the scene and 59 Mark Kneip, 59, of Glyndon, suffered life threatening injuries. Kneip was transported to St Mary’s hospital in Detroit Lakes, then life flighted to a hospital in Fargo. The Otter Tail Count
A hearing was held Monday in Beltrami County District Court for a Fargo man facing sex trafficking charges stemming from an incident in July.
A member of the Dalton (Minn.) Fire and Rescue Squad who responded to a June 23, 2015, double fatal crash in Ottertail County has been charged for allegedly taking money from a crash victim’s wallet. Tara Kimberly Lindquist, 42, of 110 E. Main Street in Dalton, is charged with one misdemeanor count of Theft.