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Feds: Twin Cities Mexican restaurants were drug fronts
1 hour 19 min ago
Northern Township road project to last six weeks
2 hours 57 min ago
DNA results point to owner of severed fingers found in East Grand Forks
3 hours 22 min ago
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VIDEO: Runabout boat catches fire on Minnesota lake
3 hours 42 min ago
Minnesota Housing Rental Rehabilitation Deferred Loan Program
6 hours 1 min ago
Resurfacing project began Wednesday
7 hours 2 min ago
Fall Lego club set
8 hours 3 min ago
August 24, 2016
Graffiti mars Salem Sue's belly. People have written in bold markers on the New Salem landmark's udders and hind legs, declaring that "they were there." Photo by Caroline Grueskin / Bismarck Tribune
Moo done it? Udderly disgusting vandalism found on 'world's largest' ND cow sculpture
15 hours 53 min ago
In this image taken by a remotely-operated vehicle, the wheels of Canadian Pacific Railway Locomotive 694 -- with drive arm still attached -- are seen about 235 feet beneath the surface of Lake Superior near Marathon, Ontario, in July 2016. (Photo courtesy of Tom Crossmon)play button
Finding the 694: 106 years after tragic crash, locomotive located in Lake Superior
16 hours 23 min ago
Solar eclipse set for next August
18 hours 23 min ago
Medical device’s price stirs Washington: Cost increase of EpiPen ‘alarming,’ ‘unjustified,’ Klobuchar says
19 hours 23 min ago
NTC names Paula Langteau as interim dean
19 hours 50 min ago
Royal White searches for a pair of women's shoes to wear Wednesday for the Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event beginning at TrekNorth High School. During the event, which was hosted by hosted by Support Within Reach, men wore high-heeled women's shoes and marched as a sign of solidarity with victims of violence and assault. Around a dozen men and several women participated in the second annual event. (Maggi Stivers | Bemidji Pioneer)
A sign of solidarity: Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event held
20 hours 22 min ago
Tyler Shilson and Karla Bluebird hold a sign during a gathering on Wednesday afternoon near the Chief Shaynowishkung statue on Bemidji Avenue North to show support for the Standing Rock Sioux tribe's protest against the Dakota Access pipeline near Cannon Ball, N.D. About 75 people, including a drum circle, were at the peaceful protest at about 2:30 p.m. (Jillian Gandsey | Bemidji Pioneer) play button
VIDEO: Showing support
20 hours 29 min ago
John Parmeter, a safety compliance officer with the Bug-O-Nay-Ge-Shig School, describes how water would leak through the school's walls when it would rain while giving a tour on Wednesday. Parmeter has worked at the school for 26 years and has documented its condition for the past 18 years. He said that Wednesday was "a dream come true." (Jillian Gandsey | Bemidji Pioneer)
‘A dream come true’: Groundbreaking for new Bug-O-Nay-Ge-Shig School held Wednesday, is scheduled to open June 2017
20 hours 31 min ago
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