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By Kevin Bonham / Grand Forks Herald CROOKSTON, Minn.
By Amy Dalrymple / The Forum WILLISTON, N.D.
By Robin Huebner / The Forum A morning radio show team here and their families will soon take a “trip of a lifetime” to visit the set of the ABC television talk show “The View” in New York City, and the timing couldn’t be better for one of the hosts.
Cheers to U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar for keeping telecommunication companies’ feet to the fire on the important issue of dropped rural calls. Verizon, for example, has reached a $5 million...
RGO – The man who was arrested here Friday night on suspicion of driving a Zamboni while drunk during a high school hockey game was also arrested a month ago for drunk driving.
By Adrian Glass-Moore
PELICAN RAPIDS, Minn. – A bus ran over the legs of a boy who slipped and fell near the high school here on Wednesday, police said.
We have seen some bad structure fires during the last few winters. Homes were lost and property was destroyed. Let’s not let that happen this winter. Most home fires occur...
By Robb Jeffries/ Capitol Bureau ST.
A fire early Saturday heavily damaged a south Bemidji home. No one was injured, but four dogs died in the fire, officials said. The Bemidji Fire Department responded to a call of a structure fire at about 6:30 a.m. to the 800 block of Second Street Southeast. When firefighters arrived, heavy fire was on the first floor of the home and had extended to the second floor and attic, according to a release from the department. A total of 21 firefighters used three fire engines, three squads and a ladder truck to put out the blaze and were on the scene for three hours.