FARGO – More than two months after his body was found under a blanket in a car outside Walmart in Dilworth, Minn., police still can’t find anyone who knew 60-year-old Anthony Sabal. Not a family member, friend or even an acquaintance.
MOORHEAD — A Moorhead man is accused of abusing his 2-month-old daughter, including rubbing hot sauce and cayenne pepper in her eyes and blocking her airway until she turned blue. Shawn Michael Foltz, 31, was charged Friday, June 9, in Clay County District Court with four felonies: neglect of a child, malicious punishment of a child and two counts of third-degree assault. A criminal complaint alleges Foltz also snapped his daughter with a towel, sprayed her with hot water that caused burns and threw fireworks in her face. According to the complaint:
FARGO—Family and friends have gathered here and in Minnesota's Otter Tail County to deal with the sudden, untimely deaths of two women who were related. The women died within days of each other—one from a blood infection and the other after falling from a horse.
PELICAN RAPIDS, Minn. – A four-day school week for students and teachers is going by the wayside in the Pelican Rapids School District, despite mostly positive reviews. “I’m a little bit surprised, because we’ve had such high approval ratings from parents,” said Superintendent Deb Wanek. “I’m kind of sad we’re going back,” said Jessica Fahje of Pelican Rapids, the mother of two elementary school children and one preschooler. The decision, however, isn’t up to parents or the school district.
FERGUS FALLS, Minn.
A dozen or so local businesspeople think the widely publicized story of a boy’s glimpse of heaven deserves an even bigger audience. They’ve secured a performance of “Heaven is for Real: LIVE” at the Fargodome in July and want to raise money for the area’s growing homeless population in the process. The boy’s experience is told in the 2010 best-selling book “Heaven is for Real” and movie of the same name, released nationwide by Sony Pictures just before Easter weekend. Then-4-year-old Colton Burpo of Imperial, Neb., nearly dies during emergency surgery. After he recovers, Colton tel