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One thing I enjoy about being able to spend mornings with my son is I get the pleasure of spoiling him with hot breakfasts. For a few months, he was on a waffle kick then moved on to various versions of toast and oatmeal, but the other morning, he suggested I make him pancakes. Hoping for a quick morning, so I could run some errands, I was just going to get him yogurt and cereal, but before I could say no, he was grabbing ingredients out of the pantry and offering to help. Who can say no to those big blue eyes?
CASSELTON, N.D. – Cass County officials urged the people of Casselton and the surrounding area to evacuate their homes as they dealt with the fallout from a massive fire caused...
The latest message from the family of frostbite victim Alyssa Jo Lommel says she was informed about upcoming surgeries that include amputations. According to Regions Hospital in St. Paul on Monday, the University of Minnesota Duluth student is in serious but stable condition, a step back from last week when she was listed in fair condition.
MONTEVIDEO, Minn. — Montevideo Police have released a photo of homicide victim Thomas Dickson in hopes of contacting surviving family members or others who may have known him. Police have been unable to locate any of his family members since the discovery of his body on Dec. 23 in his apartment on Canyon Avenue, about one block from Main Street in Montevideo, a town of about 5,400 in western Minnesota. Dickson, 64, was employed at Chandler Industries in Montevideo.
BEMIDJI -- Seth Ryan, 23, Bemidji, died from injuries sustained during a snowmobile accident reported early Saturday morning on the 4900 block of Sherman Drive NE in Bemidji. Ryan was pronounced dead on scene despite the efforts of emergency responders, police said in a release Monday. Ryan collided with a mailbox, telephone pedestal and multiple trees before he came to rest in the north ditch of Sherman Drive near the east side of Lake Bemidji, the release said. He appeared to have been riding alone. The Bemidji Police Department and the Beltrami County Sheriff's Office respo
MONTEVIDEO, Minn. – Authorities have ruled that the death of Thomas Dickson, 64, on Dec. 23 here is a homicide, Police Chief Adam Christopher announced on Saturday. Dickson’s body reportedly had been found about 10:15 p.m. Dec. 23 in his upstairs apartment in a building on Canyon Avenue, one block from the city’s Main Street. Police initially termed the death suspicious. The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension was called to the scene with its mobile crime laboratory. The victim’s body was transported to the Ramsey County medical examiner’s office.
Before heading out for your New Year's Eve celebration, you may want to take a peek at the Minnesota Department of Revenue's posting of Minnesota businesses prohibited from purchasing liquor, beer or wine due to tax delinquency. The department updates the tax delinquency list every month to identify companies that have failed to pay taxes to the state.
Airports in Grand Forks, Fargo and Dickinson set November passenger boarding records, while Williston recorded its best month ever, according to the North Dakota Aeronautics Commission’s latest report. Grand Forks...
HERMANTOWN, Minn. — It was bedtime for Rudy Hummel. He pulled on three pairs of pants and four shirts. He slipped into a pair of boots. He walked out into the starry December night and headed for his snow house. The temperature was 8 degrees. For Hummel, 17, this would be night 193 in a row sleeping outdoors. He started June 7, sleeping on an elevated platform in a copse of balsam fir in his backyard.
Head about 40 miles east from Moorhead on Highway 10 and you’ll see the Old Skool Malt Shop building, which boasts “great food, malt shop, buy and sell classic cars.” Most people know this as a sign they are getting close to Detroit Lakes, Minn. But for the 881 people in Lake Park, they call it home. Lake Park spans an area of about 620 acres in Becker County. The mostly Scandinavian population consists mainly of people younger than 18 and older than 65. “We have lakes on all sides of us, and everyone drives on Highway 10,” said Abby Anderson, who has lived in Lake Park for 20 years.