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Red Lake fans cheer at state
Police discover body in south Fargo strip mall – death called suspicious
Dayton: Marijuana available for medical uses, but illegal
Vocalmotive completes season with second place at Totino-Grace
Panel OKs higher pay for home care, nursing home workers
MEN'S HOCKEY: Beavers open WCHA playoffs at top-seeded Ferris State
MEN'S BASKETBALL: Lutes named all-Central region
Boys basketball: Red Lake falls to Maranatha in state Class A quarterfinals
PREP BASKETBALL: Pressure defense has powered Red Lake’s late-season win streak; return to state
GIRLS BASKETBALL: Clearbrook-Gonvick upsets Red Lake 70-66
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‘Fargo’ brings crime to Bemidji, eh?
Arts Briefs for March 9, 2014
Pioneer Previews: Bohemia on tap at First Lutheran
It’s music for Mike: Longtime Bemidji resident, teacher, performer, now brings his talents to promoting, producing shows
Arts of the Anishinaabe: Exhibit opens at Watermark Art Center
Perfect day for fishing
DNR, MDHA host deer listening session at Bemidji High School
Paul Nelson: Spring meltdown has begun on Bemidji area lakes
Decision on sulfate wild rice limit, and where it will be enforced, could be year away
Blane Klemek: Watch out for those Northern flying squirrels
Letter: Could we have recycling pickups in rural areas?
Nat Hentoff: An Obama tax that can silently take your life away
Jim Hightower: The corporate land of Oz
Byron York: Christie avoids hard truths in speech to conservatives
Jason Stanford: GOP goes nuclear
Wally Peck/Master Gardener: Wood ashes for the garden
Missy Thomas: Caregiving: When to call for help
Arland O. Fiske: The historic Tingvoll church in western Norway
Art Lee: Snowbirds talk snow to southern disbelievers
Sue Bruns: Word play: Ever get your merds wixed up? I mean, words mixed up?
May 24, 2009
Livestock Indemnity Program
The 2008 Farm Bill includes the Livestock Indemnity Program, which provides compensation to eligible livestock producers who have incurred livestock death losses due to a natural disaster, between Jan. 1, 2008, and Oct. 1, 2011. Losses because of blizzards, disease, extreme cold...
May 24, 2009 - 12:00am
May 16, 2009
Pot bellied pig faces possible eviction from Akeley
Tilly, a pot bellied pig, may be facing eviction in Akeley.
news / region
May 16, 2009 - 2:56pm
May 8, 2009
Cow goes to farm after escaping slaughterhouse
NEW YORK (AP) -- The 500-pound cow that led New York City police on a mile-long chase after bolting from a Queens slaughterhouse is now living large at a Long Island farm sanctuary. The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals says they transported the young cow,...
May 8, 2009 - 6:45am
May 3, 2009
Neft elected to Minnesota Beef Research and Promotion Council
news / local
May 3, 2009 - 2:41am
May 1, 2009
Swine flu tests to grow after confirmed case
COLD SPRING, Minn.
May 1, 2009 - 12:49am
April 30, 2009
Centers for Disease Control (CDC) says eating pork is safe
ST PAUL - With the recent outbreak of the 2009 H1N1 flu virus, or swine virus, consumers are concerned about the safety of eating pork. "People should not be afraid to buy pork, and to feed their family," said Doug Peterson, Minnesota Farmers Union President. "The Centers for Disease...
April 30, 2009 - 9:54am
April 29, 2009
First probable case of swine flu reported in Minnesota
ST. PAUL -- Minnesota health officials reported the first probable case of swine flu in the state today, and local officials closed two schools as a precaution. Gov. Tim Pawlenty and other officials called a news conference for 9 a.m. to discuss the state's response.
April 29, 2009 - 8:16am
Swine flu: Local agencies prepared for potential epidemic
No one knows whether the outbreak of swine flu in Mexico that has killed a score or more of people will become a pandemic. In the United States, cases of the new swine flu strain have been confirmed in California, New York, Texas, Kansas and Ohio. No cases have been identified in...
news / local
April 29, 2009 - 1:01am
October 10, 2008
USDA allows 'split status' for bovine TB in Minnesota
Starting today, Minnesota's status for bovine tuberculosis control is upgraded in all but a management area in northwest Minnesota, the U.S.
October 10, 2008 - 12:00am
September 26, 2008
Testing deer for bovine TB crucial for cattle industry
ECKLES TOWNSHIP -- Testing deer for bovine tuberculosis could prove crucial to putting Minnesota back to TB-Free status, says state Sen. Rod Skoe, DFL-Clearbrook. "I am hopeful that we will have eliminated bovine TB from Minnesota, but time is going to tell that," Skoe said Thursday...
September 26, 2008 - 12:00am
March 18, 2008
Bovine TB in NW Minn. attracting state, federal attention
Northwest Minnesota's fight against bovine tuberculosis gained attention Monday on both state and federal fronts. Area farmers and ranchers met with Gov. Tim Pawlenty, who called for a harder line in controlling bovine TB, and U.S. Sen. Norm Coleman announced he'd sent a letter asking...
March 18, 2008 - 12:00am