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By TomCherveny / Forum News Service DAWSON — Drop a large cottonwood tree in Madison, Minnesota, and it might just land in Orlando, Florida, believe it or not. Which is...
Two people died when a train hit a car south of Warroad, Wednesday evening. Aaron J. Cook, 35, of Warroad, was driving a car at a railroad crossing on Minnesota Highway 11 south of Warroad at about 5:30 p.m. when he slowed at a stop sign, but did not stop, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.
This time, the alarmists are not crying “Wolf.” They’re crying “Too few wolves.” But the effect will be the same: a cynical public not only ignoring the calls, but also...
A North Dakota man died Friday night in a snowmobile accident north of Montevideo, according to the Chippewa County Sheriff’s Office. Joshua Peter Decock, 34, of Fargo, N.D., was driving a snowmobile on 10th Street Northeast at the time of the accident, Chippewa County Sheriff Stacy Tufto said. Decock was found at the bottom of a drainage ditch and transported by ambulance to the Chippewa County-Montevideo Hospital, where he was pronounced dead, according to a news release from the Chippewa County Sheriff’s Office.
There were no injuries reported at a Bemidji house fire late Tuesday morning, but the blaze caused more than $100,000 damage to the home.
Dickinson native Jamie Kuntz, who made national headlines in 2012 when he was kicked off the North Dakota State College of Science football team after his coach learned he was gay, was the subject of numerous online gossip and entertainment news stories Monday after the website TMZ obtained court documents stating billionaire media mogul David Geffen had taken out a restraining order against Kuntz.
Jan Redden met Cole Schwindt when she was 8 years old, and even then, she was smitten. “He was my first crush and only crush,” said Redden, now 32. Schwindt was her big brother’s best friend, and when the boys rode their bikes, she followed – to their annoyance.
Rajib Lala was exhausted Tuesday morning. He had been searching for his 17-year-old son all night. Desperate for help, he stopped at The Forum to ask the newspaper to spread the word that his son, Sreejon Lala, had been missing since early Monday afternoon.
While it was refreshing to see Congress pass the recent bipartisan spending bill to keep the government operating for another year, the 1,600-page budget bill contained some surprise provisions that were a gift to big banks and could come back to haunt the economy. One of the most controversial measures included in the bill is a provision that rolls back part of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. The new provision, originally written by Citigroup lobbyists, allows entities insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation to trade complicated financial instrume
Athorities say methamphetamine use and winter cold caused the deaths of two Mahnomen men whose bodies were found several weeks after they disappeared. Frank Brown, 31, of Naytahwaush went missing Oct. 4 and his body was found Oct. 17. Dennis Lang, Jr., 23, of Mahnomen was missing nearly two weeks before his body was located Nov.