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Prepping the pedals: BSU offers bike tune-ups as part of Earth Week activities
Crime report for 4-21
Coyote released after wandering into Fargo mall
Remains found in Duluth confirmed as missing woman’s
DNR to restrict debris burning in Beltrami, other northern counties
PREP SOFTBALL: Bemidji tops Duluth East in home opener
COLLEGE SOFTBALL: Beavers swept in first home games in two years
PREP TRACK: Jacks do well at Thief River Falls meet
COLLEGE BASEBALL: BSU comes back to sweep Crookston
TENNIS: Jacks remain unbeaten with 6-1 victory at Detroit Lakes
John "Jack" Charles Toepper
Marlyce Jean Skogen
Henry "Freddie" Fredrickson
Lynne Marie (Buness) Schnickels
Everett "Ed" Ramon Kindred
Jason Ogaard: What is Heartbleed and who named it?
Scotty Allison: Travel rules can be tricky
John Eggers: Do you love your neighbor?
Mary Lou Marchand/Master Gardener: Annual vines bring garden variety
John Eggers: So, you think you have Alzheimer’s
REVIEW: ‘Fargo’ Episode 2: The Rooster Prince
A musical journey: Noted musician, storyteller to perform in Bemidji, Fosston
Netflix plans price raise as streaming subscribers grow
Arts Briefs for 4/20/2014
A week to Chicago
Famous snowy owl set free after rehab in Minnesota
BELTRAMI COUNTY MASTER GARDENERS: New plant challenge: Grow peanuts
Blane Klemek: Bluebirds are finally back in Minnesota
Winter Severity Index numbers top 180 in Bemidji area
Paul Nelson: Cold extends ice fishing season but accesses are deteriorating
Bryon York: Will Obamacare’s losers outvote its winners this November?
Tina Dupuy How not to talk about wealth inequality
Rich Lowry: The stupid hounding of Condi Rice
Jim Hightower: Ryan's joke is on us
Cokie & Steven V. Roberts: The racists are real and wrong
March 29, 2014
Letter: DNR puts the wolf’s future in jeopardy
The hunting season imposed on wolves so soon after they were removed from the endangered species list has caused great controversy and misunderstanding of the role of the wolf in our ecology. When I attended last week’s DNR meeting held with deer hunters, I witnessed why the DNR...
opinion / letters
March 29, 2014 - 11:01pm
March 28, 2014
One in five Minnesota boaters broke invasive species law in 2013
ST. PAUL — The number of Minnesota boaters who violated state regulations on transporting invasive species dropped in 2013 compared to 2012, but one in five boaters who were checked still violated state law. That was the report Friday from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources,...
outdoors / fishing
March 28, 2014 - 11:49pm
August 23, 2013
DNR, others warn against feeding Minnesota wolves
BRIMSON, Minn. (AP) — Worried about wolves becoming too bold around humans, Minnesota wildlife officials are stepping up warnings to people not to feed the animals increasingly wandering along northeastern Minnesota roadways. The campaign has taken on special significance...
news / region
August 23, 2013 - 9:16am
July 13, 2013
TAKING AIM AT AIS: Protecting Leech Lake is top priority
WALKER - In 2004, Eurasian water milfoil was discovered in harbors located on the southern shoreline of Leech Lake. Minnesota Department of Natural Resources officials spot treated those locations with herbicides in an attempt to contain the invasive plant, and the treatments probably...
outdoors / environment
July 13, 2013 - 11:06pm
July 12, 2013
Seeing Minnesota by water via DNR trail system
PINE CITY, Minn. (AP) — Alligators. Seems like there should be alligators, the photographer said as we found the Snake River current that would take us eight miles downstream to Pine City with minimal paddling on our part. The rain-swollen river, running more than 2 feet...
outdoors / environment
July 12, 2013 - 9:25am
April 30, 2013
New data show anglers spent $2.4 billion in Minnesota
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — New federal data confirm that anglers who enjoy Minnesota's sky blue waters are still a powerful engine for the state's economy. Data from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service show that direct spending by resident and nonresident anglers in Minnesota totaled...
outdoors / fishing
April 30, 2013 - 8:48am
November 1, 2012
Russian delegates meet with local forestry professionals
BEMIDJI – Forest practices here are similar to those in Russia, despite nearly 1,000 miles separating the two regions, experts learned Thursday in Bemidji. Five local forestry professionals met in a roundtable discussion with five visiting Russian delegates at Northwest Technical...
news / local
November 1, 2012 - 12:42am