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Search expands for missing NDSU student; no foul play suspected
Body believed to be missing NDSU student found north of Menard's in south Moorhead
Fargo woman arrested for slamming into stopped ambulance while fleeing traffic stop
Seeking a stronger safety net for kids
Husband charged with giving wife deadly dose of drug
"Mega Matt" wins at Milaca
Basketball and track star Michele Baker to be inducted to Laker Hall of Honor
Mollberg a shoe-in for Hall of Honor
Perham's Hein scores twice in BSU loss
Pequot Lakes blanks Green Wave
Ojibwe tradition continues with young men in Bemidji area
Holly McCamant: Why I hope girls don’t turn to the Paleo Diet
From pros to beginners, 600 ride in Laddies Loppet
Fall Festival: Frazee to host family activities
M State campuses to host free fall career exploration workshops
Friends & Neighbors
WDAZ wins Emmy for team coverage in GF
Polaris sues Arctic Cat over patents
Minnesota jobs up 6,100
MN gas prices down this week, this year
DL chiropractors pursuing new ventures
Vocal group Cantus coming to DL’s Holmes Theatre Tuesday
Pumpkin Fest begins Thursday in Lake Park
Open Mic Night Tuesday at NYM Cultural Center
ITOW museum to host reception for veterans’ art exhibit this Thursday
DL Methodist church to hold fall supper
Franklin Jackson Jr.
Good news on jobs, income
New Iraq strategy won’t solve underlying issues
Cass Lake AIS find is all too common
Seniors on the move: Is an herbal remedy right for your ills?
Letter: U.S. Senate candidate running campaign of hate
Deer hunters’ group initiates hunter observation survey
Fishing Lines: Which bait is the best for fall fishing?
North Words: Yellow-bellied sapsuckers, northern flickers only around a few months
Cabin close-up is the time to inspect for AIS
Brad Laabs: As weather goes, so goes September fishing
What is your top food pick from the Minnesota State Fair?
July 17, 2011
Defaulting on the national debt: What's the debate all about?
Republicans in Congress and President Barack Obama have spent months engaged in a political showdown over America's fiscal course and how to cut the escalating debt and deficits -- but first, they need to deal with the rapidly approaching deadline to raise the debt ceiling. Economists...
July 17, 2011 - 1:28pm
December 1, 2010
Defeated ND congressman was earmark king
For Earl Pomeroy, the proof is in the pork. North Dakota's Democratic congressman says the distinction of securing the most earmark dollars of any U.S. House member shows he's had victories in fighting for the state's interests and priorities. For the 2010 fiscal year, Pomeroy brought...
December 1, 2010 - 12:28pm
September 23, 2010
Health care cost increases fairly modest in first wave, insurers say
The first wave of changes under national health reforms taking effect today include expanded coverage for the young and will result in modest cost increases, according to health insurers. Expanded protections include the elimination of pre-existing conditions for children and allow...
September 23, 2010 - 10:11am
December 2, 2008
Pawlenty criticizes federal aid to states
ST. PAUL - The financial industry, retailers, car makers and the average American are among those hurt by what now officially is a recession, and want federal help -- and many governors joined the chorus Tuesday by asking the in-coming president not to forget them. Not Minnesota...
December 2, 2008 - 12:00am
September 23, 2008
DFL fundraiser: Assistant Minnesota House Majority Leader tells Democrats to say no to bailout
BEMIDJI - Assistant Minnesota House Majority Leader Frank Moe wants Democrats to write to Congress, telling members "to have some guts -- just say no" to a $700 billion bailout in the current credit crisis. Moe, DFL-Bemidji, in one of his last party appearances before he steps down...
September 23, 2008 - 12:00am
August 8, 2008
Farm bill does not end federal ag work
Despite newly enacted federal farm policy that is supposed to last for five years, more agriculture-related work remains to be done in Washington. Most important is to make sure the Bush administration and its successor implements what Congress passed, top farm experts told a FarmFest...
August 8, 2008 - 12:00am
August 6, 2008
More schools miss federal benchmark
Small schools in rural Minnesota fared best in the latest round of federal education assessments, but even they are part of a statewide trend of fewer schools meeting the standards. Nearly 60 percent of schools in greater Minnesota made adequate yearly progress under the federal...
August 6, 2008 - 12:00am
July 14, 2008
Coleman, more challengers file for U.S. Senate seat
Election candidates for county, state and federal office still have until 5 p.m. Tuesday, July 15 to file with the Becker County Auditor-Treasurer's Office in Detroit Lakes or the Minnesota Secretary of State's Office in St. Paul. So far, the most hotly contested seat appears to...
July 14, 2008 - 12:00am