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Hermantown is headed back to the Class A state boys hockey title game. The Hawks cruised to a 7-1 victory over St. Paul Academy on Friday in a state semifinal...
Tyler Scott scored two goals to lead Breck past Thief River Falls 4-0 on Friday in the semifinal round of the Minnesota state Class A boys hockey tournament at the...
Sarah Gold posted 15 points and Jordan Schuett added 14 for the No. 5 Little Falls Flyers who defeated the No. 4 Sauk Rapids-Rice Storm 62-51 in the quarterfinals of the Section 8-3A tournament Wednesday. Little Falls is 18-9 and faces the No. 1 Alexandria/No. 8 Bemidji winner in the Section 8-3A semifinals 7 p.m. Saturday at St. Cloud State. Melanie Dorn added 11 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for the Flyers who led 22-17 at halftime. The win avenged a 49-48 loss to Sauk Rapids in the Flyers' season opener. Sauk Rapids 17 34 - 51
Ethan Johnson recorded a hat trick to lead Thief River Falls to a 6-1 over Princeton on Thursday in the quarterfinal round of the Minnesota state Class A boys hockey...
Anti-pipeline protesters interrupted Gov. Mark Dayton Saturday as he spoke to more than 800 Minnesotans at a summit about how to clean the state’s water. A half dozen people representing environmental and American Indian groups carrying signs saying “Love water, not oil” went up on stage, while others stood in front of Dayton holding a similar banner. They criticized him for supporting oil pipelines across northern Minnesota. “Why are no tribal groups represented” at the water summit, a man carrying a megaphone asked Dayton.
ST. PAUL – A new report from the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) and the University of Minnesota finds that Minnesota cut its uninsured rate nearly in half between 2013...
Detroit Lakes’ Hailey Sonstegard and Jamie Bollig named to first team Mid-State All-Conference girls hockey team. Six Lakers were awarded honorable mention: Hannah Rhodes, Savanna Nolan, Chandra Johnson, Emily Schiltz, Kyndra McDougall, and Karrigan Hallisey. Northern Lakes Lightning forwards Sam Gutzman and Bella Abear made the team along with five Prairie Centre Blue Devils—Mackenzie Christianson, Gabby Olson, Abby Ecker, Mikayla Olson and Angela Hanson.
A North Dakota junior college basketball team finished a game Wednesday night with only two players, losing 156-154 in overtime. United Tribes of Bismarck traveled to Bottineau with just five players for a game against Dakota College Bottineau and three of them fouled out, according to the Bottineau Courant. United Tribes played the entire first overtime 4-on-5, but managed to send it to a second overtime. The game was tied 123-123 at the end of regulation and 138-138 after the first overtime.
UPSALA, Minn. -- A Coon Rapids man was injured over the weekend when a deer jumped between him and the windshield of the snowmobile he was driving, the Morrison County Sheriff's Office reported. The sheriff's office was called at 5 p.m. Saturday to the snowmobile crash near 40th Street and Dove Road, in Elmdale Township, northwest of St. Cloud.
Authorities are searching for a vehicle that struck a pedestrian who was out of his car after it slid off of a road and into a ditch in Mahnomen County,...