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WAHPETON, N.D. – A semi-truck hauling candy overturned early Monday after failing to negotiate a curve while approaching an on-ramp to Interstate 29 from Highway 13 west of Wahpeton, according...
The allure of shooting or trapping a wolf in Minnesota may be declining. Applications for Minnesota’s wolf hunting and trapping licenses dropped by almost half this year, said Dan Stark, large carnivore specialist for the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. Last year, the inaugural year of Minnesota’s formal wolf hunt, about 23,500 hunters and trappers applied for licenses, Stark said. This year, that number dropped to about 13,000. Stark said several factors might have contributed to that. “There are fewer licenses available this year,” he said.
BEMIDJI, Minn. — The Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office has identified and arrested the person suspected of stabbing a man at a fraternity party on Sunday. Jacob Andrew Young, 21, of Walker was located and arrested in Hackensack.
RED WING, Minn. -- The state’s Silica Sand Technical Assistance Team is just about ready to begin advising local governments on mining and related impacts. The Minnesota Environmental Quality Board is scheduled to vote on formally establishing the team at a meeting Oct. 16 in St.
Roseau County law enforcement officers will be busy turning a crop of marijuana plants into pot. It’s to determine the actual amount of controlled substance of the crop, which was seized from a rural home near Roosevelt, Minn., according to Karen Foss, Roseau County attorney. The investigation is still ongoing, she said as she announced Friday that she has charged Charles Emery Janzen, 65, with fifth-degree possession of a controlled substance. The charge stems from a bust Sept.
Moorhead middle hitter Alyssa LaFlamme tried to hold back from saying Thursday’s match versus Detroit Lakes was more important than the rest, but she just couldn’t. The Spuds had lost seven of eight matches against Minnesota Class 3A volleyball teams coming into the match with the Lakers. Add the fact that the Lakers are in the same section and there’s no denying the 25-13, 25-20, 25-8 sweep was big for the Spuds. “All games matter, but the ones in your section are really important,” LaFlamme said. “It always feels good to beat someone in your section.
FARGO – The 1-year-old Hitterdal, Minn., boy still hospitalized after swallowing part of a laundry detergent packet last week is slowly getting better, family members said Thursday. Alexander Rohde is...
HIBBING, Minn. -- The Hibbing school district is being investigated by the Minnesota Department of Human Rights after it received complaints alleging discrimination based on race, sex and sexual orientation...
WILLMAR, Minn. - The state Supreme Court has upheld the life prison sentence of a Willmar man convicted of second-degree criminal sexual conduct. Jose Santoya Juarez, 54, was convicted and sentenced in 2011 for sexually assaulting a woman in July 2010 in an alley near the Willmar Eagles Club. The Supreme Court ruling, issued Tuesday, found that a life sentence for aggravated criminal sexual conduct is not cruel or unusual punishment and that the sentence does not violate the U.S. or state constitutions.
MOORHAD – Lake Park-Audubon defeated Moorhead Park Christian 25-9, 25-17, 25-13, in Minnesota volleyball Thursday. Allison Jorgensen had six kills for the Falcon (2-9) and Sydney Larson chipped in with 25 digs. LPA (kills-blocks-aces): Statistics unavailable MPC: Schwanke 3-0-0, Thimjon 1-0-0, Rickbeil 1-0-0, Schultz 0-1-1 (9 assists), Jorgensen 6-0-2, Nepstad 1-1-0, Jackson 1-0-2, Larson 0-0-0 (25 digs)