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The winter severity index for the International Falls area was at 85 on Thursday, exceeding the past two years' measure, reports Larry Petersen, Minnesota Department... [Read More]
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An International Falls man was among Minnesota State Patrol troopers, citizens and other public servants recognized this week for performing heroic acts in 2019 at... [Read More]
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The Koochiching Economic Development Authority Tuesday negotiated a sale for a parcel in the International Falls Business Park. [Read More]
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Carolann Stone of International Falls, was one of nearly 500 University of Dallas undergraduate students named to the fall 2019 Dean's List for earning a... [Read More]
Blake Biondi and Zach Kilen each scored hat tricks as the Hermantown boys blasted North Shore 12-1 Tuesday night in the Section 7A quarterfinals. Here... [Read More]
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State Rep. Rob Ecklund, DFL-International Falls, announced Tuesday that he is seeking re-election to the Minnesota House of Representatives in November, and will again seek... [Read More]
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The Eveleth-Gilbert/Mesabi East boys' hockey team knew they'd be facing a very physical International Falls team in their Section 7A Quarterfinal matchup Tuesday at the... [Read More]
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State Rep. Rob Ecklund, DFL-International Falls, announced Tuesday that he is seeking re-election to the Minnesota House of Representatives in November, and will again seek... [Read More]
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Dolls that could retail up to $71,000 seized at the International border. The rail container was destined for Rainer, Minnesota. [Read More]
International Falls Police Department... [Read More]
Minnnesota Rep. Rob Ecklund, DFL — International Falls, announced Monday he plans to seek reelection to the Minnesota House of Representatives this November, and will... [Read More]
Barbie dolls that could retail up to $71,000 seized at the International border. The rail container was destined for Rainer, Minnesota. [Read More]
More than $1.5 million in counterfeit LED screens destined for Ranier were seized Wednesday by U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers. [Read More]
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