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A driver suffered minor injuries after striking and killing a horse in rural Wadena County early Saturday morning. Forty-six-year-old Matthew Collins of St. Paul was traveling northbound on County Road 23 in Wing River Township when the Chevrolet S-10 pickup he was driving collided with a horse about 1 a.m.
By Brian S. Peterson NISSWA — By moonlight or by sunshine, it didn’t seem to matter. Gov.
Motorists on Highway 59 in Detroit Lakes will experience possible delays when a roundabout construction project at Willow Street and Long Lake Road begins Monday, May 12, weather permitting. Highway 59 will remain open throughout the project with reduced speeds. The stop signs will remain in place until the project is complete. Long Lake Road will close between Highway 59 and Longview Drive beginning May 12.
By Meredith Holt /The Forum FARGO -- Among the thousands of runners lining up on the Main Avenue bridge Saturday was a bride. Not a bride-to-be. A bride. KayCee Johnson...
A Bemidji mother is accused of going to extreme lengths to get her son to move out of her home - by setting her trailer on fire. Mary June Klasen, 57, confessed to starting two fires April 30 at the Roosevelt Manor Mobile Home Park, authorities said. She was arrested on a charge of first-degree arson after a Beltrami County sheriff's deputy responded.
BEMIDJI - A suspect has been arrested in a stabbing incident Thursday night in Grant Valley Township. At about 9:30 p.m.
By Brady Slater / Forum News Service High winds brought down trees and limbs, causing power outages Monday across Duluth’s east side and the Northland. East Duluth resident Linda Nervick...
A central Minnesota man was found guilty today of murdering two teenagers in his home on Thanksgiving Day 2012. After deliberating for three hours and 20 minutes, jurors in Morrison County found Byron Smith, 65, of rural Little Falls, guilty on all four charges he faced: two counts of first-degree murder and two counts of second-degree murder.
By Carolyn Lange, Forum News Service With just two weeks left in the legislative session, there is both optimism and concern about whether state money will be allocated to fund the expansion of broadband Internet service in rural Minnesota.