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Thunderstorms and showers have been seemingly more apparent in the Red River Valley. Understanding how to keep yourself and family safe and prepared can make... [Read More]
John Penner, 64, of Moorhead, Minnesota, passed away at Sanford Medical Center, Fargo, North Dakota, on Monday, July 13, 2020. [Read More]
J. Leon Novetzke was born Aug. 3, 1920 to Leo and Rose Novetzke. He passed away March 12, 2020 at Fergus Falls Veterans Home. [Read More]
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The Wilkin County Courthouse is reopening its doors to the public and no longer limiting excess for services effective immediately. [Read More]
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A Bismarck, North Dakota man entered guilty pleas to two misdemeanor charges related to a December 2019 shooting at the North Dakota State College of... [Read More]
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"I hope to never see another statewide shutdown," North Dakota Superintendent of Public Instruction Kirsten Baesler said Tuesday, July 14. [Read More]
As of Tuesday, July 14, Wilkin County has 23 cumulative cases and three COVID-19 related deaths. In Otter Tail, there are 121 cases and one... [Read More]
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After an abrupt end to campus life during the spring semester, North Dakota college students are eager to get back to school this fall but... [Read More]
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For the third consecutive day, North Dakota set a new record for the number of active COVID-19 cases. [Read More]
Fireworks lit up the night sky over Lake Elsie on Independence Day despite rainy weather conditions. [Read More]
Sage Debbie-Scott Pehrson-Alley, 23, Fergus Falls, Minnesota, is scheduled to have her initial appearance before Wilkin County District Court on Tuesday, July 14. [Read More]
COVID-19 has completely changed the way we all live. Along with worrying about keeping themselves and their families healthy, many small newspaper owners are losing... [Read More]
Borderline Chalkfest is happening this weekend, July 18-19, and you are not going to want to miss the lineup of artists we have coming to... [Read More]
I got a call from my old friend Whitey, a few weeks ago, something that doesn't happen very often. But when our gang gathered to... [Read More]
More than 40 years of reliable electric generation will end at Coal Creek Station in the middle 2022. I spent over 40 years there as... [Read More]
Rich Kellogg, Wahpeton, pulled this 22.4-pound catfish out of the Red River at Kidder Recreation Area in Wahpeton last Friday, July 10. After the photo,... [Read More]
These days I drink bad coffee. Not bad, per se, but only half caffeinated, which according to the old me is bad, as in my... [Read More]
As of July 1, 2020, only 40 percent of U.S citizens have responded to the U.S. Census. [Read More]
In just over two months, Wahpeton Public Schools will honor its second annual hall of fame recipients. [Read More]
While driving in Medora, N.D., one afternoon, Sen. Rich Wardner came up with the ideal name for what would become House Bill No. 1066 in... [Read More]
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