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By Jana Hollingsworth / Forum News Servic e DULUTH – In a season of political rallies, “the one with Don Draper” might be the one that attendees remember most. A...
By Sarah Volpenhein / Forum News Service A 27-year-old Crookston resident and self-employed businessman died Sunday in a fiery car accident after a high-speed pursuit with police. The Crookston Police Department was called to check on Dominic Herkenhoff’s well-being Sunday evening. Cpt.
MOORHEAD – A Moorhead real estate agent is suing a couple after their cat allegedly attacked her while she was preparing their home for an open house seven years ago, court documents show.
Crow Wing Power of Brainerd was negligent in its response to a rural Pine River farm family's concerns about stray voltage on their property, a Cass County jury ruled Friday. The jury awarded Randy and Peggy Norman $4.8 million in economic loss damages and $1.5 million in nuisance damages for a total of $6.3 million, the largest amount ever awarded in a stray voltage case in state history, according to the Normans' attorneys. For nearly 20 years, the Normans claimed to have experienced mysterious health issues with their dairy herd that eventually led them to shutter their b
By Crystal Dey / Bemidji Pioneer The last of five people arrested in a methamphetamine and pharmaceutical drug bust in Bagley was sentenced Tuesday in Clearwater County District Court to three years in prison.
TOWER CITY, N.D. - Outside a darkened classroom, tempting glimpses of bright leaves and warm sunshine beckon. Inside, the lights are off and it’s a little warm.
By Anna G. Larson / The Forum Kelli Hanson moved to Nashville a few months ago, but she never left West Acres mall. “I’m most proud to be in the Fargo store.
It is all in the interpretation. When it comes to winter driving, one person’s idea of “good” road conditions might be another person’s “difficult” condition. After hearing such complaints the past few years, the Minnesota Department of Transportation this year has created new terms to describe winter driving conditions on state roads. Gone are terms such as “good,” “fair,” “difficult” and “hazardous/travel not advised.” Here are the new terms: “normal,” “partially covered,” “completely covered,” “travel not advised” and “closed.” The state borrowed the new terms from Iowa, after looking
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