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Frozen pipes bursting onto the local scene
Mowing, Not Plowing
Arson suspected in Naytahwaush fire
Ranchers are howling over wolf ruling
Park Rapids man gets 20 years in prison for molesting young girl
Girls Hoops: Raiders win second game of the season
Hornet girls pick up win No. 12
No. 3 Hornets win at Central Cass
DL wrestlers split at Fosston Tri
Super Bowl billboard campaign seeks acceptance for gay players
Before texting and e-mail, there were penned messages of affection
Friday Matters: Everyday Christmas Pageant
Thursday Matters: Everyday Well Water
Turning back the pages
Step up your snack game
Friends & Neighbors
Herman named CEO of Essentia Health
MN gas prices fall slightly after uptick
Bremer Bank aquires 13 Eastwood banks
Economic Development Summit coming up
Global study released on U.S. teens’ financial literacy, keys to success
Winter Light Festival is Monday, Feb. 2 in NYM
'Mortdecai' starts 2015 with a whimper
Quilted vintage linens now on display at Hjemkomst Center
‘Paints ’n Pints’ set on Monday
‘American Idol’ picks singers from Bemidji, Fargo
Cheers for ‘dropped call’ reform
A vibrant community is like a potluck
Letter: State of Union response given by a great American
Letter: Children in crisis need better service
When visitors decide to stay
AIS trailer decals: Still unanswered questions
Wild birds not as frequent visitors this year
Register for beginner fly-fishing weekend
Thin ice causing big problems on northern Minnesota lakes
New law for 2015: AIS trailer sticker will help prevent future spread
Menahga baby is first this year
Growing deep winter greens
What is your top food pick from the Minnesota State Fair?
November 25, 2014
Turkeys' frowns turned upside down for farmers
ST. PAUL -- Everyone was all smiles Monday as Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton led a traditional celebration of Minnesota's role in Thanksgiving dinners across the country. The governor was happy to brag about the industry's nearly $1 billion impact to the Minnesota economy as the country's...
November 25, 2014 - 7:49am
November 24, 2014
Some national retailers promote decision to stay closed on Thanksgiving
GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- The term “Black Friday” is slowly becoming a misnomer as more retailers begin opening their doors on Thursday. And it’s not any Thursday, but Thanksgiving: a holiday many people see as a time to be thankful for the people around them and the things they...
November 24, 2014 - 8:18am
November 23, 2014
Holy Rosary will serve the turkey
They say one of the benefits of living in a small community is that people take care of each other. Volunteers with the Holy Rosary Thanksgiving meal believe this to be the case as they once again prepare to put on a mighty feast free to the public. “We’re cooking for 600...
news / Detroit Lakes
November 23, 2014 - 9:30am
November 27, 2013
It’s time to give thanks, enjoy a delicious meal and learn a little bit of history on where Thanksgiving came from and what the Pilgrims cooked up at their first fall celebration.
November 27, 2013 - 7:00am
November 23, 2013
Holy Rosary to host Thanksgiving
Many people this time of year are beginning to think about turkey and how not to screw it up for Thanksgiving. So imagine knowing you’ve got 30 turkeys to roast and a guest list of around 500. It’s the kind of pressure folks at Holy Rosary welcome year after year...
entertainment / events
November 23, 2013 - 9:00am
November 21, 2011
Making Thanksgiving dinner on a budget
JAMESTOWN, N.D. - Stacey Smith spends $100 on groceries each month and despite the expense of a grandiose Thanksgiving dinner, the wife and mother...
November 21, 2011 - 8:45am
November 27, 2008
Cost of Thanksgiving dinner still a bargain, farmers say
The cost of today's typical Thanksgiving dinner is more than last year's, but farmers say it's still a bargain. The average cost of today's feast for 10 people is $44.61, a $2.35 price increase or 6 percent from last year's average of $42.26, according to the American Farm Bureau...
November 27, 2008 - 12:00am
November 23, 2008
American Indians reflect and mourn on Thanksgiving
Prairie Rose Seminole's family once observed the traditional Thanksgiving celebration, including the obligatory turkey dinner and trimmings. But...
November 23, 2008 - 12:00am