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Neby Ceeneby of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe helps move donated goods out of the path of potential spring floods in the Dakota Access Pipeline protest camp near Cannon Ball, N.D., Jan. 24, 2017. REUTERS/Terray Sylvester
Protesters vow to battle Trump's 'poor decision' to revive pipeline
12 min 7 sec ago
David Edward Williams Jr.
Charges against 22-year-old recount relentless beating of mother with hammer
42 min 11 sec ago
Crime report for Jan. 23
1 hour 49 min ago
Minn. Gov. Mark Dayton. Don Davis / Forum News Service
Gov. Dayton has prostate cancer; diagnosed on Friday
4 hours 31 min ago
Several hundred feet of pipe can be seen off N.D. Highway 1806 as construction continues on the Dakota Access Pipeline near the town of Cannon Ball, N.D., Oct. 30, 2016. REUTERS/Josh Morgan
UPDATED: Trump signs orders for Keystone, Dakota Access pipelines with favor for U.S. steel
6 hours 18 min ago
(Forum News Service photo by Don Davis)
Dayton speech calls for health insurance action
7 hours 24 min ago
Christopher Hilary Lunski
Drunk man pushed toddler home from Wal-Mart in shopping cart, police say
8 hours 44 min ago
Park Rapids Friendly Squares host dance
10 hours 20 min ago
Bog in Winter program scheduled
11 hours 35 min ago
Discussion on Enbridge Line 3 on Wednesday
11 hours 49 min ago
The south edge of the Sanford Bemidji Medical Center campus, where staff intends to build the Joe Lueken Cancer Center. The new project costs $13.2 million and will result in a 20,500 square foot building. (Maggi Stivers | Bemidji Pioneer)
Sanford sizes up the future: Medical center updates expansion plans for Bemidji campus
12 hours 14 min ago
January 23, 2017
Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton collapses while giving his annual State of the State Address in the House Chambers of the State Capitol in St. Paul, Monday, January 23, 2017. (St. Paul Pioneer Press: Scott Takushi)play button
Dayton collapses, then walks with aid after State of the State speech
19 hours 31 min ago
EDUCATION: School Board approves recommended Gene Dillon construction bids
19 hours 52 min ago
At Monday’s news conference United Piping President Bob Schoneberger expresses disappointment with the Duluth City Council’s December resolution voicing support for demonstrators working to block the construction of a petroleum pipeline under the Missouri River in North Dakota. United Piping held the event on behalf of 51 other local businesses involved in the pipeline industry. Steve Kuchera / Forum News Service
Both sides speak up in Duluth pipeline dispute
19 hours 58 min ago
CITY: Council hears report on city water wells
20 hours 38 min ago