Take a look at the houses featured from in and around the lakes area in the 2022 Fall Home magazine. Grab a hard copy at the newspaper office or your favorite news stand.
Stop by the newspaper office or your favorite news stand and pick up a free hard copy of the 2022 Best of the Lakes Area magazine.
Heat and sparks from farm machinery and heavy equipment can ignite wildfires, as can vehicles parked over tall grass.
MSUM professor Joel Powell Dahlquist to speak on 'Police Violence and the Puzzle of Compliance' Oct. 12
Dahlquist has coordinated police science education since arriving at MSUM and, in the process, has taught and mentored a significant number of active-duty law enforcement officers in the Fargo-Moorhead region and many around the nation. He is a former member of the Minnesota Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training.
How an ND woman kidnapped by gangster 'Creepy' Karpis and shot in his getaway car finally got justice
The mystery of who robbed a Wahpeton bank in September 1932, endured until the man bragged about it 40 years later. He was 'Public Enemy No. 1' and 'the scourge of the Midwest.'
Election officials noticed the error the first day of early voting, but the county had to wait for the state Supreme Court to approve the changes.
So far in 2022, at least 17 have been killed by intimate partner violence in Minnesota.
The trees are just standing there, giving off oxygen, eating toxins and providing beauty. I don't understand why they have to be cut down. I recently took a trip to northern Minnesota, driving on Highway 200 and there are miles of trees embracing the road. Please leave our scenic highway as it is for other generations to enjoy.
Hundreds of attendees stopped by Bucks Mill Brewery in Detroit Lakes on Saturday, Oct. 1, in search of a thirst-quenching celebration. During the inaugural Bucktober Fest event, many shared stories about what Oktoberfest means to them.
Legislators passed a bill this spring to provide $500 million in bonus checks to workers who had to report to their jobs during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic and put themselves at greater risk than those who were able to work remotely.
Crime and fire report: Perham man accosts staff at Detroit Lakes Walmart, permanently trespassed from store
According to emergency dispatch report, a 43-year-old Perham man was reportedly yelling at store employees in a back room area of the store. The man was advised that he will be trespassed from the store and told to "never" return. The man left without incident.