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Callaway man accused of taking car for test drive and never returning it
1 hour 26 min ago
Polar Pete waits to high-five runners at the Freeze Your Buns 5K Run/Walk. (Meagan Pittelko/Tribune)
It was downright 'Polar-riffic'!: Detroit Lakes’ Polar Fest wraps up with warm temps, big crowds
3 hours 26 min ago
Dl man sentenced for possession of pills
3 hours 26 min ago
Ask A Trooper: Here's how to report a dangerous driver
5 hours 26 min ago
Menahga teen sentenced for criminal sexual conduct
6 hours 26 min ago
Jury convicts Frazee man of criminal sexual conduct
7 hours 26 min ago
Winter load increases end in north-central frost zone
8 hours 17 min ago
A mural adds color to the otherwise white walls of the school. (Meagan Pittelko/Tribune)
Making room: High school principal Darren Wolf discusses space issues specific to his school
8 hours 26 min ago
February 22, 2017
At least three fires were burning Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017, at the Dakota Access Pipeline camp near Cannon Ball, N.D., in advance of the 2 p.m. deadline to clear the camp. Mike McCleary / Bismarck Tribune
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2 juveniles hurt, 10 people arrested as Dakota Access Pipeline camp closes
20 hours 24 min ago
Just do it: Klobuchar, Grassley, McCain urge new HHS secretary to consider importation of prescription drugs from Canada
22 hours 26 min ago
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23 hours 26 min ago
Gary Thompson of Tri-State Diving in Detroit Lakes found a massive elk antler while diving in a nearby lake last summer. (Meagan Pittelko/Tribune)
Digging for treasures: Detroit Lakes diver finds 500 year old antler, among other historic finds
February 22, 2017 - 3:34pm
George W. Soule, a White Earth tribal judge, was named to the Minnesota State colleges and universities' board of directors on Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017. Submitted photo
White Earth's Soule to be Minnesota State board member
February 22, 2017 - 3:09pm
An aerial view of the protest camp on U.S. Army Corps of Engineers land at the confluence of the Missouri River and Cannonball River in southern Morton County North Dakota on Feb. 13, 2017. The area is in a flood plain and must be clear of buildings and people who have been illegally camping to protest the nearby Dakota Access Pipeline. Tom Stromme / Bismarck Tribune
Demonstrators vow face-off against Dakota Access pipeline
February 22, 2017 - 11:59am
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After barrage of feedback, Osakis superintendent said photos not required to attend prom
February 22, 2017 - 11:23am