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Why it mattes: President Trump's plan to roll back rules that have cut methane emissions is a senseless move as the Earth is cooking. [Read More]
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Preston Benedix high-fives fellow students Wednesday as he leads the Bronco Bass Fishing Club through the halls of Falls High School where students and teachers... [Read More]
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A while ago, I wrote a column on the Heimlich maneuver, a well-known method to save choking victims. After the column appeared, I received an... [Read More]
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A perennial plant native to the Mediterranean is September's Weed of the Month. Dalmatian toadflax (Linaria dalmatica) was brought to the western United States as... [Read More]
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is seeking citizens to serve on panels which review how state Game and Fish Fund dollars are invested. [Read More]
To celebrate the season, Explore Minnesota, the state's tourism office, and Minnesota State Parks and Trails will launch a weekly fall color report each Thursday. [Read More]
The International Falls Police Department has recently seen an increase in the number of scams in the community. In the majority of cases the individuals... [Read More]
Bestselling Minnesota author Allen Eskens will speak Sept. 26 at the International Falls Public Library. [Read More]
Deb Ciminski has been chosen as the recipient of the Mr. Pete Foundation Innovation in Teaching Award, and will be recognized during the fifth annual... [Read More]
A freshman in Tennessee said his first few weeks of high school were a nightmare because he was being bullied for wearing the same clothes... [Read More]
A New Jersey woman and her family witnessed a cheetah jump on one of the vehicles during their safari tour. [Read More]
Minnesota's biggest logging equipment show is returning to Itasca County. The 66th annual North Star Expo opens Friday at the Itasca County Fairgrounds in Grand... [Read More]
A woman has been hospitalized after using a facial cream tainted with methylmercury, the Sacramento County Department of Health Services said in a news release.... [Read More]
A new bridge spanning the Vermilion River will be officially opened Sept. 20 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony that is expected to include hundreds of trail-riding... [Read More]
Multiple local agencies responded Sept. 6 to a report of a leaking tank car carrying turpentine on a Canadian National Railway train traveling through Ranier. [Read More]
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