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BRECKENRIDGE, Minn. – Fire destroyed a home here early Wednesday, displacing a family of five. Smoke alarms were working and the family was able to escape the blaze unharmed. The...
Cali Owings | Forum News Service ST. PAUL – More than 35 Minnesota public and private schools will waive application fees this month for potential students. In an effort to...
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By: Stewart Herman | Forum News Service
ST. PAUL - Former state Rep. Marty Seifert, R-Marshall, said he is thinking about running for governor, but will not decide before Saturday’s straw poll at the Minnesota State Central Committee meeting. A group led by Beltrami County Republican Chairman Ken Cobb is promoting Seifert as a straw poll write-in candidate.
ST. PAUL -- Mark Dayton said a hip problem will not prevent him from seeking a second term in the Minnesota governor’s office. “Last I read, brain cells are located in the head, not the hip,” he told reporters wondering if a Wednesday procedure at the Mayo Clinic would change his plans. If the procedure does not fix the hip, he added, “I will limp along.” Dayton admitted that the June injury, which came when he slipped on the governor’s residence steps, has curtailed trips around the state, “but it hasn’t hindered my ability to function.”
Kevin Bonham | Forum News Service
LAPORTE — Authorities said alcohol appears to have been a factor in a rollover crash early Monday that killed a Cass Lake man and injured two others south of LaPorte. According to the Minnesota State Patrol, Anthony Hare Jr., 18, of Cass Lake, was westbound on state Highway 200 in a 1997 Chevy Blazer at about 2 a.m. when it left the road and rolled.
October is here. The leaves are falling, and a lot of you are visiting local pumpkin patches, corn mazes and haunted houses. It’s also the time of year when my son starts planning what he’s going to be for Halloween. This year, he announced he wants to be “everything,” but I’m sure we’ll end up with some form of superhero costume. (I think superhero kind of covers “everything” for little boys.) Halloween’s celebrated with costumes, trick-or-treating and parties, and some Halloween foods can be really fun and tasty to make.
By: Emily Welker | Forum News Service FARGO – A Fargo man will serve three months in jail after pleading guilty to felony charges connected to two incidents last spring in which he grabbed the breasts of two female customers, offering one of them free food in exchange. Austin James Brady, 20, pleaded guilty Monday in Cass County District Court to counts of Class C felony breaking into a vehicle and Class B sexual assault.