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DETROIT LAKES, Minn. – A Park Rapids man was seriously injured today when his vehicle smacked into a building after it was hit by a car making a U-turn on Highway 87, the State Patrol reported. Aloyus A. Anfinson , 79, was injured in the accident southeast of Detroit Lakes. It occurred about 8:32 a.m., the Patrol reported. The Patrol said the accident happened when Lori A.
Chapter 7 is a petition to liquidate assets and discharge debts. Chapter 11 is a petition for protection from creditors and to reorganize. Chapter 12 is a petition for family farmers to reorganize. Chapter 13 is a petition for wage earners to readjust debts. Filed in U.S. Bankruptcy Court Minnesota Bankruptcy filings from the following counties: Becker, Clay, Douglas, Grant, Hubbard, Mahnomen, Norman, Otter Tail, Polk, Traverse, Wadena and Wilkin. Isaac J. Drewlow, Barnesville, Chapter 7. Steven T.
DULUTH — With a cigarette tax increase looming in Minnesota, a trend toward cheaper alternatives is accelerating. That includes roll-your-own cigarettes and electronic cigarettes. "A lot of people are going to the electronic ones," said Mike Kasapidis, manager of Cigs for Less. "It’s a new trend now." Mike Waz, manager of the Smoke Shop, agreed. "What we’re seeing is a huge interest in electronic cigarettes," Waz said.
By John Hageman / Bemidji Pioneer Helga Township is asking that a lawsuit filed against it by a Bemidji nonprofit be dismissed. Kenneth Bayliss, a St. Cloud-based attorney, filed a response in Hubbard County District Court on behalf of Helga Township on Wednesday.
The Ramsey County Medical Examiner today identified a man who died late Wednesdayfollowing a standoff with police at a residence in rural Beltrami County.
By Justin Glawe/ Bemidji Pioneer LIBERTY TOWNSHIP, Minn.
It’s hard to like forest tent caterpillars. They can be a messy nuisance. They feed on the leaves of trees, and in rare instances, can weaken them enough to kill them. And their numbers are climbing. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources expects their population could be building to a peak in 2014 or 2015. The DNR has some simple steps homeowners can take to naturally control forest tent caterpillars: n Remove egg masses. Remove and destroy overwintering egg masses from branches of small trees before eggs start to hatch in the spring. n Brush off or spray with water.
By Crystal Dey / Alexandria Echo Press Starting July 1, 2013, Minnesota’s immigrant college students can follow their dreams with fewer roadblocks in their paths. Governor Mark Dayton signed the Minnesota Dream Act into law on May 20, 2013. The Minnesota Dream Act, also referred to as the Prosperity Act, affects student tuition rates and financial aid.
By Ryan Johnson / The Forum FARGO – North Dakota State University President Dean Bresciani said Tuesday that a preliminary evaluation of his email account found it was “compromised” several times this year by North Dakota University System computer accounts without his knowledge. The issue came up as he offered his first response to allegations that more than 45,000 emails were deleted from his inbox o
By Emily Welker / The Forum FARGO – A Taco Bell worker here is accused of groping the breasts of two customers who ordered food in the drive-thru, offering to give at least one of the women free tacos in exchange. Austin James Brady, 20, is scheduled to appear today in Cass County District Court on charges linked to the allegations, one of which is a felony. Brady denied assaulting the women and told police that in one of the