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Trump cancels summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un
After day of negotiations, Democrats and Republicans will be briefed on secret FBI source who aided Russia probe
Mauled in the woods, a grizzly bear researcher in Montana walks two miles with a fractured skull for help
Trump says NFL owners 'doing the right thing' on national anthem policy
Septic system, private well class on Thursday
Celtics clamp down on Cavs, take 3-2 series edge
Caps blank Lightning, return to finals after 20 years
Fowles' double-double leads Lynx past Wings
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: Beavers add All-American transfer
BSU hockey programs meet APR standards
Cindy Marie Swedberg
John David Langston
Leland Joseph Kupcho
M. Jeanne Erickson
Fire up the grill for Memorial Day
JOHN EGGERS COLUMN: Are you in need of some old jokes?
Commentary: Safety spout fuels colorful encounter in the boonies
What do all the pine cones mean on transplanted spruce?
Dead or alive perennials, and how to tell
Julia Louis-Dreyfus to receive the 2018 Mark Twain Prize for American Humor
High heels can have health effects far beyond the feet
Barack and Michelle Obama are becoming television and film producers for Netflix
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding attracted more American viewers than Prince William's
Around the Arts, May 20
Wyoming may legalize trophy hunting of grizzly bears for the first time in 40 years
BLANE KLEMEK COLUMN: The surprises and wonder of the outdoors
PAUL NELSON FISHING: As waters warm up, so should the bite
Expensive fishing electronics require proper touch
Minnesota state park campsites booking fast
Area veteran says he’s suffering consequences of antimalarial drug prescribed during 148th Fighter Wing deployment
After late start, growers pleased with progress so far
Shortage of truckers starting to cause prices to rise
'A pretty powerful thing': Sanford rolling out new genetic test in primary care clinics
Insuring against online attacks: Coupled with improved security, insurance can help companies manage cyber risk
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Barb & Rick
Richard and Marvel Olson
Virg & Marge
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: One could question writer’s reason for defending AR-15
MASTER GARDENERS: Pollinators not limited to the bees or butterflies
VIVIAN DELGADO COLUMN: The term 'water protectors' is about much more than protests
Commentary: Lead yourself well at every age
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Trump cancels summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un
February 22, 2018
Scientists discover the secret to ancient Roman 'Gate to Hell'
Two millennia ago, a small Greco-Roman temple in present-day Turkey awed and enthralled its residents. Just beyond its stone gate, in a grotto...
February 22, 2018 - 1:23pm
February 8, 2018
Science shindig: Bemidji Middle School holds annual Science Fair
BEMIDJI—Students at Bemidji Middle School showed off their science skills Thursday night at the school's 32nd annual science fair. Keegan...
February 8, 2018 - 8:09pm
February 6, 2018
Breakthrough cancer ‘vaccine’ may eventually eliminate tumors in rapid, inexpensive way, researchers find
STANFORD, Calif. - Researchers at Stanford University School of Medicine in California have developed a breakthrough cancer treatment that eliminates...
February 6, 2018 - 4:30pm
February 4, 2018
Dreaming of the stars: Observatory dome returns to UMD as part of larger plan
MOOSE LAKE, Minn. — An observatory dome is a curious machine — one that appears static but is dynamic when put to use. It's got a...
February 4, 2018 - 6:05am
January 30, 2018
Scientists discover 'the Holy Grail of dinosaurs' in Africa
Paleontologist Matthew Lamanna can still remember the day in 2014 when a colleague, Hesham Sallam, emailed him detailed pictures of fossils that...
January 30, 2018 - 3:42pm
January 29, 2018
New study links wolf numbers to moose calf survival
DULUTH — In yet another effort to untangle the mystery behind Minnesota's diminished moose population, renowned wolf researcher David...
January 29, 2018 - 7:11pm
January 25, 2018
Doomsday Clock just moved: It's now 2 minutes to 'midnight,' the symbolic hour of the apocalypse
Alexa, what time is the apocalypse? Ulp. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists advanced the symbolic Doomsday Clock a notch closer to the end of humanity Thursday, moving it ahead by 30 seconds. It is now set at two minutes to "midnight." In moving the clock 30 seconds closer to the...
January 25, 2018 - 7:56pm
Scientists discover the oldest human fossils outside Africa
An ancient jawbone uncovered from a collapsed cave on the coast of Israel is at least 175,000 years old, and it belonged to a member of our own...
January 25, 2018 - 4:17pm
January 18, 2018
2017 was among the planet's hottest years on record, government scientists report
2017 was among the hottest years ever recorded, government scientists reported Thursday, Jan. 18. The year was the second-hottest in recorded...
January 18, 2018 - 4:06pm
January 9, 2018
Analysis: NASA is going back to the moon - if it can figure out how to get there
NASA is going back to the moon - somehow, someway. The White House has ordered the agency to put American boots back on the lunar surface. The...
January 9, 2018 - 8:43am
January 5, 2018
A new book asks: How long does a dachshund's body really need to be?
In 2016, a German shepherd that won best in breed at a celebrated British dog show "was shown on television crabbing around the ring, her sloping...
January 5, 2018 - 3:03pm
January 2, 2018
Subtle cues are what make sick people look sick
The next time a friend tells you that you look sick, hear the person out. We are better than chance at detecting illness in others simply by...
January 2, 2018 - 10:17pm
Tapeworms are brainless, spineless, gutless parasites - and this scientist loves them
Janine Caira's lifelong passion began on a beach in Baja California. She was in her 20s, studying for her parasitology PhD at the University...
January 2, 2018 - 7:51pm
January 1, 2018
An active social life may be a secret to brain health
Ask Edith Smith, a proud 103-year-old, about her friends, and she'll give you an earful. There's Johnetta, 101, whom she's known for 70 years and who has Alzheimer's disease. "I call her every day and just say, 'Hi, how are you doing?' She never knows, but she says hi back, and I...
January 1, 2018 - 10:21am
December 29, 2017
After chilly forecast, Trump tweets US 'could use a little bit of that good old Global Warming'
In the years before moving to the White House, Donald Trump used Twitter to call climate change "nonsense" peddled by "con artists" and "created by and for the Chinese." Whenever temperatures reached teeth-chattering lows during New York winters, he would tweet, tongue in cheek, that...
December 29, 2017 - 7:07am