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North Words: Feathers provide birds with much more than the ability to fly
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Cierra Olson with her rare Piebald deer. SUBMITTED PHOTO
Perham hunter bags rare Piebald deer
22 min 11 sec ago
Three Fargo firefighters wearing haz-mat suits enter a mobile home Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014, around 5 p.m. to remove a body. Suits were needed because of living conditions in the home. FORUM NEWS SERVICE/Dave Wallis
Hazmat suits needed after body found in north Fargo trailer home
20 hours 22 min ago

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Resorters, anglers, allege DNR ignores ‘walleye heritage’
21 hours 7 min ago
‘Children’s lives will be saved’: Panel delivers report to task force on native children exposed to violence
21 hours 37 min ago
DL man sentenced to jail for drug possession
21 hours 52 min ago
Mahnomen felon sentenced for firearm
22 hours 7 min ago
MnSCU’s presidents, trustees back chancellor
23 hours 37 min ago
Matthew Fijalkiewicz is framed by the hole in the windshield of his 2013 Ford Taurus. Fijalkiewicz was traveling southbound on I-35 in Duluth when a rock tossed from an overpass broke through his windshield. He suffered a broken clavicle and a bruised heart and lung. Police are still looking for who is responsible. DULUTH NEWS TRIBUNE/Clint Austin
Duluth driver recounts rock tossed from overpass, through windshield
23 hours 52 min ago
One-third of Minnesota children live in low-income households
November 21, 2014 - 8:00am
Detroit Lakes woman accused of theft from employer
November 20, 2014 - 10:14am
Family says death of Minnesota man found in field is "suspicious"
November 20, 2014 - 8:05am
Struck by car, UND women's hockey player Marvin ‘really lucky to be alive’
November 20, 2014 - 8:59am
Jacob Solinger (left), small arms repair technician at Camp Ripley, Tuesday shows Paul Overn a M2A1 machine gun during an Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve event at Camp Ripley. BRAINERD DISPATCH/Jennifer Stockinger
Camp Ripley 101: Employers get first hand look
November 20, 2014 - 8:45am
Kyja Kristjansson, a film professor at Minnesota State University Moorhead, will be recognized in Washington, D.C., on Thursday as the 2014 Minnesota Professor of the Year. She joins 10 other MSUM professors who have won the award, more than any other college in the state. FORUM NEWS SERVICE/Dave Wallis
Filmmaker becomes 11th MSUM professor to win national award
November 20, 2014 - 8:15am