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Minnesota Congressman Rick Nolan announced on his Facebook page Monday that his youngest daughter, Katherine, has been diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer, and said he and his family will be meeting with doctors over the next few days regarding her condition.
CASS LAKE -- The Cass County Sheriff's Office has reported several unrelated incidents of snowmobiles, ATVs and utility vehicles going through ice or becoming stuck in slushy conditions. No injuries were reported. The majority of reports were from an area near a large ice heave in the Sand Point area of Leech Lake. The sheriff's office urges strong caution to be used on all area lakes.
LARIMORE, N.D. – A bus taking students home after school here Monday struck a westbound train, killing the driver, 62-year-old Max Danner, and a 17-year-old girl.
On the second day after his dogs went missing, after a search by plane was called off because of icing, Chris Verhel nearly gave up hope. “When I knew we couldn’t fly, my heart just dropped,” Verhel said on Saturday.
Thin ice on Otter Tail Lake claimed a Battle Lake man’s pickup truck while the two occupants were rescued from its roof late Friday night. Otter Tail County Sheriff’s officials said Robert Karst, 75, called to report he and an acquaintance were stranded on the roof of Karst’s partially submerged pickup. The pickup had broken through a thin layer of ice on the northwest corner of Otter Tail Lake near a pressure ridge.
Two people were shot in the head at a north Brainerd residence Sunday night and law enforcement officers searched for two suspects they consider armed and dangerous.
Clayton Louis Lakey scrolls, and girls beckon. Rather, their sellers do. Like carnival barkers in an Internet sideshow, they tout their product: young women who will provide companionship. For a price. "I have girls that are waiting for you to do with as you please," one online ad promises. Lakey, 34, scrolls through the lurid postings, scores of them offering a break from the tedium and loneliness of his solitary job packing dirt in the Bakken oilfields. Another ad grabs his attention. “Hot young girls!” it says.
A New York Mills, Minn., journalist who left Sanford Hospital on Saturday was located in St. Cloud, Minn., today.
To hear pundits, preachers and an assortment of doomsayers tell it, the United States is going to hell in a handcart. Conditions have never been worse, they opine. The nation...