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This galaxy was discovered by William Herschel on April 14, 1785. It is part of the original Herschel 400 observing program by the Astronomical League. My visual observation of it on May 18, 1985 on a night of poor transparency due to high humidity reads: "Large, elongated, galaxy seen only by averted vision. By far the most difficult object to date. Local astronomer Rick Johnson captured this image of the galaxy from his observatory in Hubbard County.
By Danielle Norby For the Enterprise Millions of Americans consider the money spent on Christmas gifts as a sacrifice. Imagine sending your infant son (Jesus) to a world full of violence to save those who are misusing their own free will. Children learn from their caregivers.
A Mahnomen man died south of town early Sunday morning when the car he was driving collided with a train. According to the Mahnomen County Sheriff’s Office, Timothy Goodman, 45, was driving on 140th Street when he crossed the railroad tracks. Around 3:31am, a Canadian Pacific train struck Goodman’s vehicle. The train that collided with Goodman’s vehicle attempted to stop prior to hitting the car. Goodman was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident. Goodman’s body was taken to Grand Forks for an autopsy and the acci
On December 14, 2014, at 6:03 P.M., the Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office 911 Center received a report of a three car crash on Roosevelt Road near Frohn Road East of Bemidji. Deputies and emergency responders arriving at the scene found 3 vehicles which had been involved in a collision on the county road. A Pickup truck driven by Verlin Kingbird, 51 of Redby and occupied by Royce Hawk, 47 of Bemidji had crossed the centerline and struck a sedan being driven by Trisha Lindstrom, 23 of Bemidji, and continued
One man was killed and another seriously injured when the car they were in crossed over the center line and struck a semi head-on near here early Saturday morning. Gabriel Kemp, 23, of Bluffton was killed.
Friends of the Headwaters (FOH), Hubbard County’s grassroots organization fighting for an alternative route for the proposed Enbridge Sandpiper pipeline, announced that they have signed an agreement with the Minnesota Center for Environmental Advocacy (MCEA) for legal representation in the matters of the pipeline approval process. Arguably the most widely respected environmental stewardship organization in the state, the MCEA brings 40 years of experience to the battle for denying Enbridge’s application.
By John McKinney / Park Rapids City Administrator Last winter, 2013-14, due to extreme weather conditions many residents experienced frozen water service lines into their property. The City of Park Rapids suggested city residents test their water temperature regularly and if necessary run a constant “pencil stream of water” to avoid their water pipes from freezing. Last year the City Council approved an emergency “Run Water Adjustment” Policy for those properties that were running water or helping a neighbor by running water and applied for such credit.
A retirement celebration was held in honor of Chief Warrant Officer 4, Tonia L. Osieczanek-Damen for 21 years of exemplary service in the United States Army Saturday, Dec. 6. She is the niece of Carol and Bob Machovsky. She served as a distinguished leader and member of the Counterespionage Team for Bravo Company, 308th MI Bn, 902d MI Group. Along with 80+ family members, the John F. O’Hara Counterintelligence Career Achievement Award, Meritorious Service Medal and Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal were awarded to her at the celebration.
FARGO – A nude woman blocked traffic on Interstate 94 Thursday afternoon, lying down in the center eastbound lane and then casually walking to her parked car on the side of the road, according to a witness and police.