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County to hear DNR land buy, Safe Routes - Mesabi Daily News - Mountain Iron Minnesota - Google News

County to hear DNR land buy, Safe Routes Mesabi Daily News DULUTH The St. Louis County Board will hear three Iron Range items at its regular meeting Tuesday at the Duluth Courthouse. A 40-acre land acquisition within the Anchor Lake Wildlife Management Area by the Minnesota Department of Natural...

This Was Brainerd - Aug. 30 - Brainerd Daily Dispatch - Crosby Minnesota - Google News

This Was Brainerd - Aug. 30 Brainerd Daily Dispatch A simple OK sign from an election judge was the only sign of jubilation at Crosslake City Hall last night. Voters approved a $640,000 bond referendum to build a community center. Voters passed the measure with 423 in favor and 276 opposing the issue.

Chippewa Band Members Test Limits Of Tribal Harvesting Rights - CBS Local - Mille Lacs Lake Minnesota - Google News

Chippewa Band Members Test Limits Of Tribal Harvesting Rights - CBS Local - Mille Lacs Lake Minnesota - Google News CBS Local Chippewa Band Members Test Limits Of Tribal Harvesting Rights CBS Local They are exercising a belief that off-reservation treaty rights are as valid today as they were 160 years ago when the treaty was granted in exchange for ceding a large tract of northern Minnesota. It's part of our culture and it's awesome out there ... DNR issues citations to tribal members in treaty protestINFORUM

Historic Aitkin Butler Building offers free Top Hat Carriage rides Aug. 29 at ... - Brainerd Daily Dispatch - Mille Lacs Lake Minnesota - Google News

Historic Aitkin Butler Building offers free Top Hat Carriage rides Aug. 29 at ... Brainerd Daily Dispatch The free carriage rides will be held at the weekly Aitkin Farmers' Market, which runs every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the historic Butler Building (301 Minnesota Ave. N). ... a monthly series featuring the Long Lake Conservation Center, a ...

Sophomores set to lead ICC football team - Herald Review - Coleraine Minnesota - Google News

Sophomores set to lead ICC football team Herald Review This season the ICC football team is going to rely on a roster that includes 20-plus sophomores. That's a number which Vikings head coach Tom Inforzato said reflects on the progam and the college. I think it speaks for itself of our program and for ...

DigitalTown.com announcesa new website for the Thunderhawks community. - Grand Rapids News

Grand Rapids, MN -- August 28th, 2015 - DigitalTown, Inc. (OTCQB: DGTW) Just in time for back to school, grandrapidsthunderhawks.com features latest news and information for Thunderhawks fans, including news, scores, schedules, community directory, photos, videos, livestreams, as well as archival content such as yearbook images. grandrapidsthunderhawks.com also features a team store with latest gear and apparel.

Lightning off to a busy start - Grand Rapids Herald-Review - Sports/High school

It as a busy start to the season for Grand Rapids/Greenway girls tennis team. The Lightning played a pair of matches Wednesday, two more on Thursday and were at Duluth East Friday.

Section placement will provide a new challenge for Thunderhawks - Grand Rapids Herald-Review - Sports/High school

Despite a change of section placement this year, Grand Rapids swim coach Jerry Casey said the teams mission remains the same.

Ten years later: an expired reward and still no ruby slippers - Grand Rapids Herald-Review - News

So did the promise of a $1 million reward finally spur a break in the infamous theft of the ruby slippers?

Titans return with competitive squad of runners - Herald Review - Coleraine Minnesota - Google News

Titans return with competitive squad of runners Herald Review COLERAINE Both the Greenway/Nashwauk-Keewatin (G/N-K) girls and boys cross country teams return athletes who competed in the Minnesota state meet last year, and hopes are that both teams will be very competitive in meets around the area this fall.

Rapids girls soccer opens at Two Harbors Tuesday - Grand Rapids Herald-Review - Sports/High school

The Grand Rapids girls soccer team opens its season Tuesday with a trip to Two Harbors. The Thunderhawks will have a new head coach in Brooke Sherman leading the team this season.

Mattson named to All-American prospects roster - Grand Rapids Herald-Review - Sports/High school

Grand Rapids Mitchell Mattson was selected to compete in the fourth annual CCM/USA Hockey All-American prospects game set for Sept. 24 at the First Niagara Center in Buffalo, N.Y.

Titans return with competitive squad of runners - Grand Rapids Herald-Review - Sports/High school

COLERAINE Both the Greenway/Nashwauk-Keewatin (G/N-K) girls and boys cross country teams return athletes who competed in the Minnesota state meet last year, and hopes are that both teams will be ver

What's Doing - Brainerd Daily Dispatch - Brainerd Minnesota - Google News

What's Doing Brainerd Daily Dispatch 9, Leah Walkow, Special Olympics MN; Sept. 16, Gary ... Handmade items, made and donated by the Third Saturday Club of Country Fabrics in Brainerd, will be sold, with 100 percent of the proceeds given to the Salvation Army. The sale will...

Fourth girl accuses Hibbing priest of sexual assault - Duluth News Tribune - Hibbing Minnesota - Google News

Fourth girl accuses Hibbing priest of sexual assault Duluth News Tribune The amended complaint, filed Thursday, said that Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension digital forensics experts found "numerous images of pornography'' on Lederer's personal computer in May and at least five images of child pornography. and more

Hunger Action Month - Feed the Need

SECOND HARVEST AND FEEDING AMERICA NETWORK RAISE AWARENESS OF THE ISSUE OF HUNGER THROUGHOUT HUNGER ACTION MONTH Grand Rapids, MN (August 27, 2015) Second Harvest North Central Food Bank, a member of the Feeding America nationwide network of food banks, will observe Hunger Action MonthTM a nationwide initiative designed to mobilize the public to take action on the issue of hunger and join the movement to help end hunger.

The future of the Iron Range - Minnesota Public Radio News - Taconite Minnesota - Google News

The future of the Iron Range - Minnesota Public Radio News - Taconite Minnesota - Google News Minnesota Public Radio News The future of the Iron Range Minnesota Public Radio News Three retired steelworkers looked out over a crowd of over 1,000, mostly mineworkers and supporters, at a park in Virginia, Minn. this month. The group was rallying in support of a new union contract. The current contract for thousands of Iron Range ... and more

Crow Wing County Board: Board tables county fair lease agreement - Brainerd Daily Dispatch - Brainerd Minnesota - Google News

Crow Wing County Board: Board tables county fair lease agreement Brainerd Daily Dispatch Richard "George" Burton, president of the Brainerd Snodeos, addressed the board about his concerns. He claimed members of the fair board have publicly threatened one another .... Authorized an agreement, acting as the First Assessment District township ... and more

Brainerd Writers' Alliance statewide writers' contest deadline extended to Sept. 3 - Walker Pilot Independent - Brainerd Minnesota - Google News

Brainerd Writers' Alliance statewide writers' contest deadline extended to Sept. 3 Walker Pilot Independent Mail entries to: Julie Jo Larson, 11767 Pepperidge Rd., Brainerd, MN 56401. You may also email juliejolarson@yahoo.com or call Julie Jo at (218) 821-0263. Winners receive cash prizes and are invited to read their entries at BWA's Fall Writers Festival Oct. and more

How We Spent A Frugal Summer - Northern Cheapskate

How We Spent A Frugal Summer - Northern Cheapskate The last couple of weeks before the kids go back to school always have me a bit wistful. The days are already getting shorter. The weather is getting cooler. Theres the thrill of new school supplies coupled with a nostalgia for our summer.---------- Continues after advertisement ---------- ---------------------------------------------------- After a winter full of repairs and projects, we opted to keep our summer low-key and frugal.

Sheriff's report - 150826 - Aitkin Independent Age - Mille Lacs Lake Minnesota - Google News

Sheriff's report - 150826 - Aitkin Independent Age - Mille Lacs Lake Minnesota - Google News Aitkin Independent Age Sheriff's report - 150826 Aitkin Independent Age A dispute between neighbors was reported in the Hill City area theft was reported on 318th Place in the Aitkin area a complaint was issued about an ATV on Goshawk St. in the McGregor area a disturbance was reported on Minnesota Ave. in Aitkin ...

Sheriff's report - 150826 - Aitkin Independent Age - McGregor Minnesota - Google News

Sheriff's report - 150826 - Aitkin Independent Age - McGregor Minnesota - Google News Aitkin Independent Age Sheriff's report - 150826 Aitkin Independent Age A dispute between neighbors was reported in the Hill City area theft was reported on 318th Place in the Aitkin area a complaint was issued about an ATV on Goshawk St. in the McGregor area a disturbance was reported on Minnesota Ave. in Aitkin.

Greatest Estate/Rummage Sale

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Blue Devils blank Hunters, 3-0 - Mesabi Daily News - Sports

VIRGINIA Blue Devils head volleyball coach Crystal Nucech-Duesler saw at least two positives come out of Thursdays seasoning-opening, 3-0 (25-11, 25-23, 25-19) win over Duluth Denfeld.

Bluestreaks to take on Golden Bears - Mesabi Daily News - Sports

CHISHOLM Coming off a season-opening 42-6 loss to a tough Braham team, the Chisholm High School football team hopes to get things on the right track tonight when it travels to Eveleth to take on the

Tigers upbeat for home opener - Mesabi Daily News - Sports

CHERRY Although the Cherry High School football team lost its opening game of the season 48-26 on the road to Carlton, two positive things came out of the game.

Special service planned at OSL Church in Virginia - Hometown Focus - Virginia Minnesota - Google News

Special service planned at OSL Church in Virginia Hometown Focus VIRGINIA Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge will be conducting the worship service at Our Savior's Lutheran Church in Virginia on Sunday, Aug. 30, at 9:30 a.m. There will be choir numbers and testimonies of God's power and mighty deliverance over...

Concert for the Cure planned in Chisholm - Hometown Focus - Chisholm Minnesota - Google News

Concert for the Cure planned in Chisholm Hometown Focus CHISHOLM A Concert for the Cure, benefit for childhood cancer research, will be held on Saturday, Sept. 19, at Jim's Sports Club on Lake Street in Chisholm. Music starts at 2 p.m. featuring Shakedown, Rob Wheeler, Hobo Revival, Slap-shot, Pulse and...

Iron Range Off-Road Cyclists race into booming biking trend - Hometown Focus - Mountain Iron Minnesota - Google News

Iron Range Off-Road Cyclists race into booming biking trend Hometown Focus IRON RANGE Mountain biking is exploding across the nation as one of the fastest-growing outdoor recreational activities. A group of about 35 Iron Range mountain biking enthusiasts is bringing some of the same energy to northeastern Minnesota. and more

Iron Range Off-Road Cyclists race into booming biking trend - Hometown Focus - Cuyuna Range Minnesota - Google News

Iron Range Off-Road Cyclists race into booming biking trend Hometown Focus A group of about 35 Iron Range mountain biking enthusiasts is bringing some of the same energy to northeastern Minnesota. ... Single-track mountain bike trails in Duluth and on the Cuyuna Range have received widespread recognition and ridership. and more

Jewish religious on the Iron Range - Hometown Focus - Virginia Minnesota - Google News

Jewish religious on the Iron Range Hometown Focus In the late nineteenth century, some of the Jewish immigrants who had originally settled in the Twin Ports of Duluth-Superior saw economic opportunity in the nearby Iron Range of northern Minnesota. From the 1890s through the 1920s they founded retail ... and more

Thousands show solidarity at United Steelworkers rally - Hometown Focus - Virginia Minnesota - Google News

Thousands show solidarity at United Steelworkers rally Hometown Focus Thousands of United Steelworkers and their supporters walked and rallied in Virginia, Minnesota on Thursday, August 20. The event was in support of union members currently in negotiations with U.S. Steel, Arcelor-Mittal and Cliffs Natural Resources ... and more

Merritt Days Committee: - Hometown Focus - Virginia Minnesota - Google News

Merritt Days Committee: Hometown Focus Approved a Memorandum of Understanding between the city and AFSCME Local 453 to clarify language in the contract in order to comply with the State of Minnesota's Health Savings Plan. This change in language is required to allow newly hired employees...

The mind-body connection - Hometown Focus - Virginia Minnesota - Google News

The mind-body connection Hometown Focus ... are specifically tailored to each individual's needs and length of treatment depends on the type and severity of your anxiety disorder. Teresa A. Larrabee, MSW, LGSW, is a mental health therapist at Clarius Health in Virginia, MN. Visit ...

The B'nai Abraham Synagogue of Virginia - Hometown Focus - Virginia Minnesota - Google News

The B'nai Abraham Synagogue of Virginia Hometown Focus Portrait photograph of children attending a child's birthday party in Virginia, c.1912. The parents of the boys and girls in this photo were children of the first generation of Jewish immigrants who had arrived in Minnesota's Iron Range at the turn of ...

Rebeka Weikum joins Northland - Hometown Focus - Virginia Minnesota - Google News

Rebeka Weikum joins Northland Hometown Focus Prior to that, she worked at the Virginia Convalescent Center in Virginia, MN. Beka has been an excellent team member at our Hoyt Lakes location and we are happy she has accepted the RN/manager position in McGregor, stated Brad Sandnas, director of...

Musicians thrive on the Range - Hometown Focus - Virginia Minnesota - Google News

Musicians thrive on the Range Hometown Focus I have the opportunity to be presenting many of them in concert at the We Are the Range Concert celebrating Iron Range musical history and culture on September 5, 2015 in Olcott Park in Virginia, MN on the same bandstand where I debuted with my 6th...

TeleHealth celebration planned at EH-Virginia - Hometown Focus - Virginia Minnesota - Google News

TeleHealth celebration planned at EH-Virginia Hometown Focus The grant will allow Essentia to expand access to telemedicine services in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and North Dakota. TeleHealth uses telecommunications to connect patients and physicians, and allows patients to interact in real time with a long-distance... and more

The B'nai Abraham Synagogue of Virginia - Hometown Focus - Chisholm Minnesota - Google News

The B'nai Abraham Synagogue of Virginia Hometown Focus The parents of the boys and girls in this photo were children of the first generation of Jewish immigrants who had arrived in Minnesota's Iron Range at the turn of the twentieth century, mainly from Lithuania by way of Superior, Wisconsin. The Jewish ...

They got down and dirty for a good cause - Hometown Focus - Chisholm Minnesota - Google News

They got down and dirty for a good cause Hometown Focus BIWABIK The Rampage at the Ridge 5K obstacle course and mud run tests participant's strength, stamina and teamwork. Plus it raises awareness and money for local veterans programming throughout northeastern Minnesota. This year's event was held on...

Jewish religious on the Iron Range - Hometown Focus - Chisholm Minnesota - Google News

Jewish religious on the Iron Range Hometown Focus Hibbing's Agudath Achim Synagogue, August of 1972. In the late nineteenth century, some of the Jewish immigrants who had originally settled in the Twin Ports of Duluth-Superior saw economic opportunity in the nearby Iron Range of northern Minnesota. and more

Jewish religious on the Iron Range - Hometown Focus - Eveleth Minnesota - Google News

Jewish religious on the Iron Range Hometown Focus In the late nineteenth century, some of the Jewish immigrants who had originally settled in the Twin Ports of Duluth-Superior saw economic opportunity in the nearby Iron Range of northern Minnesota. From the 1890s ... The Eveleth synagogue closed in 1970. and more

Musicians thrive on the Range - Hometown Focus - Eveleth Minnesota - Google News

Musicians thrive on the Range Hometown Focus I have the opportunity to be presenting many of them in concert at the We Are the Range Concert celebrating Iron Range musical history and culture on September 5, 2015 in Olcott Park in Virginia, MN on the same bandstand where I debuted with my 6th ...

Iron Range Youth in Action travels to Twin Cities - Hometown Focus - Mountain Iron Minnesota - Google News

Iron Range Youth in Action travels to Twin Cities Hometown Focus The students and their respective schools include Stephanie Daugherty of Babbitt-Embarrass, Michael Sullivan of Hibbing, Andrew Dale and Dylan Leff from Mountain Iron- Buhl, and Aly Kingsley and Marissa Peterson of Virginia. They were accompanied by ...

Merritt Days Committee: - Hometown Focus - Mountain Iron Minnesota - Google News

Merritt Days Committee: Hometown Focus Approved a donation of $800 to the Iron Range Tourism Bureau (IRTB) on behalf of the Minnesota Deer Hunters Association (MDHA). The City of Mountain Iron recently was selected as the site of the 2015 Minnesota Governor's Deer Opener. The event...

Musicians thrive on the Range - Hometown Focus - Mountain Iron Minnesota - Google News

Musicians thrive on the Range Hometown Focus That really did not go well, as two weeks later I was hauled down the mountain in a sled with a broken leg. It didn't matter, as by then I had my first guitar and was off to ... in the 1970s and 1980s) that both stirs and satisfies the soul. I have the ...

Merritt Days Committee: - Hometown Focus - Gilbert Minnesota - Google News

Merritt Days Committee: Hometown Focus Approved an agreement with Minnesota Power for the extension of a power purchase contract. Approved a Memorandum of Understanding between the city and AFSCME Local 453 to clarify language in the contract in order to comply with the State of Minnesota's ...

They got down and dirty for a good cause - Hometown Focus - Gilbert Minnesota - Google News

They got down and dirty for a good cause Hometown Focus Participants came from all over the state of Minnesota, said Erin Shay, community impact and engagement director for United Way of Northeastern Minnesota. But we saw an ... 26, at the OHV Park in Gilbert where they'll ride ATVs from 9 a.m. 12 noon.

Parkview Expansion Will Be A Temporary Pain - Mesabi Daily News - News

VIRGINIA The Parkview Learning Centers $9.1 million expansion project will transform the school to a multi-service center providing high quality, accessible services, according to Virginia School

United Way seeks volunteers for schools effort - Mesabi Daily News - News

CHISHOLM Children need more than traditional school supplies to succeed in the classroom. They also need to be well nourished for their best efforts every day.

U of M experts visit the Range - Mesabi Daily News - News

VIRGINIA Helping Iron Range industries coexist and cooperate is the goal of a new effort by the University of Minnesota.

Embarrass Region Fair hits 76th year - Mesabi Daily News - News

EMBARRASS The Embarrass Region Fair now in its 76th year promises to be a fun-filled weekend with festivities today, Saturday and Sunday. And the charge at the gate is only $3.

Hibbing tour highlights park projects - Mesabi Daily News - News

HIBBING The annual tour of Hibbings parks displayed a sample of the improvements made and work still needed to be done on the citys public facilities.

Young face among senior volunteers - Mesabi Daily News - News

HIBBING Among the volunteers at the Hull Rust Mahoning Mine View, Nick Adams is a bit on the young side.

No injuries, plenty of damage reported in Hibbing house fire; cause not found - Mesabi Daily News - News

HIBBING A house fire in Hibbing Wednesday caused plenty of damage, but no injuries.

Chisholm OKs student handbooks for district - Mesabi Daily News - News

CHISHOLM Student handbooks for each of the school districts buildings were ayed by the Chisholm School Board Monday.

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SATURDAY ACRYLIC PAINTING CLASSAt the First Stage Gallery510-514 Chestnut Street, Virginia ALL MATERIALS SUPPLIED11 AM TO 1 PMOctober 3, 10, 17, 24 Please register by SEPTEMBER 30, 2015 Call art instructor Jane Wertanen , Master of Fine Arts Degree (218) 248-8394 or (727) 656-9772 Our goal is 2 completed paintings. Appropriate for all people over 14 yrs. and adults. The tuition is ($50.00 for 4 classes and art supplies) is due at the first class.

Inaugural event showcases Gull Lake surf - Brainerd Daily Dispatch - Brainerd Minnesota - Google News

Inaugural event showcases Gull Lake surf - Brainerd Daily Dispatch - Brainerd Minnesota - Google News Brainerd Daily Dispatch Inaugural event showcases Gull Lake surf Brainerd Daily Dispatch He competes in events all over Minnesota, and was looking to bring an event to the Brainerd lakes area. There was a lot of legwork involved in getting Wakefest off the ground, as Breitbach had to persuade Sound Connection to sponsor the event, as well ...

Faith briefs - Friday Aug. 28 - Bemidji Pioneer - Bemidji Minnesota - Google News

Faith briefs - Friday Aug. 28 Bemidji Pioneer BEMIDJIA community pig roast fundraiser has been scheduled for 5 to 6:30 p.m. Saturday at Mount Zion Church, 414 Lincoln Ave. SE. The fundraiser's menu will also include baked beans, potato salad, homemade buns and pies and real lemonade.

Faith briefs - Friday Aug. 28 - Bemidji Pioneer - Blackduck Minnesota - Google News

Faith briefs - Friday Aug. 28 Bemidji Pioneer BEMIDJIA community pig roast fundraiser has been scheduled for 5 to 6:30 p.m. Saturday at Mount Zion Church, 414 Lincoln Ave. SE. The fundraiser's menu will also include baked beans, potato salad, homemade buns and pies and real lemonade.

Church News - Brainerd Daily Dispatch - Brainerd Minnesota - Google News

Church News Brainerd Daily Dispatch Jim Conn, head of P.E.T. MN, introduced the project in September of 2013 and returned to celebrate reaching the church's goal of funding 20 Personal Energy Transports In less than two years, the church raised over $5,000 and surpassed its goal of ...

Church News - Brainerd Daily Dispatch - Mille Lacs Lake Minnesota - Google News

Church News Brainerd Daily Dispatch AITKIN - The annual Books 'n Stuff sale will be 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sept. 5 at St. John's Episcopal Church, 417 First Ave. SW in Aitkin. As well as books, there will be an array of household items and children's toys. The event is also to benefit Aitkin ...

Age-related macular degeneration seminar set - Bemidji Pioneer - Bemidji Minnesota - Google News

Age-related macular degeneration seminar set Bemidji Pioneer BEMIDJI -- The Sanford Health Foundation of Northern Minnesota and its Community Relations Committee will present an educational Age-related macular degeneration: Visions of current & future treatments seminar from noon to 1 p.m. Thursday in the...

Fourth victim comes forward in case against Iron Range priest - Northland's NewsCenter - Hibbing Minnesota - Google News

Fourth victim comes forward in case against Iron Range priest - Northland's NewsCenter - Hibbing Minnesota - Google News Northland's NewsCenter Fourth victim comes forward in case against Iron Range priest Northland's NewsCenter Hibbing, MN (NNCNOW.com) -- Another charge has been brought against a Hibbing, Minn., priest currently on administrative leave in light of a fourth victim coming forward. Brian Lederer, 29, now faces six charges of criminal sexual conduct, as well as a...

DNR Unveils Changes Aimed At Mending Mille Lacs Relations - CBS Local - Mille Lacs Lake Minnesota - Google News

DNR Unveils Changes Aimed At Mending Mille Lacs Relations - CBS Local - Mille Lacs Lake Minnesota - Google News CBS Local DNR Unveils Changes Aimed At Mending Mille Lacs Relations CBS Local (AP) Officials announced sweeping changes Thursday to preserve and restock the walleye population in rapid decline on a central Minnesota lake, an effort aimed at ensuring the lake's long-term health and restoring trust with residents angered by the ... MN DNR rolls out plan to redouble walleye population in Lake Mille

Gallery: Indigenous women's fitness group strikes balance - Minneapolis Star Tribune - Mille Lacs Lake Minnesota - Google News

Gallery: Indigenous women's fitness group strikes balance Minneapolis Star Tribune Gallery: Women, mostly Native American, stood in line to smudge sage before completing the 2015 KWESTRONG women's triathlon, Saturday, August 22, 2015 in Minneapolis, MN. The triathlon, which started with canoeing across Lake Calhoun and back... and more

Competition brings free upgrade to Comcast customers in the Twin Cities - Blandin on Broadband

Yesterday morning as I slept, my broadband connection was upgraded. I feel bad even reporting on that knowing that so many readers are stuck in places where nothing is getting upgraded despite the best efforts of locals but heres the scoop from MinnPost What happened? Around 2 a.m. Wednesday morning, quite a few of us got a free upgrade. Comcast, the largest cable provider in the metro area, doubled the speeds for each tier of its service.

Minnesota DNR proposes changes for people and fish at Lake Mille Lacs - Minneapolis Star Tribune - Mille Lacs Lake Minnesota - Google News

Minnesota DNR proposes changes for people and fish at Lake Mille Lacs Minneapolis Star Tribune And Mille Lacs, the states most popular walleye lake, will become the sole charge of a new crew of DNR staff, he said. Management for the lake will be DNR headquarters in St. Paul, rather than Aitkin, and a new office will open that will include ...

Eagan man dies in jet ski accident on Rush Lake - FOX 9 News - Brainerd Minnesota - Google News

Eagan man dies in jet ski accident on Rush Lake - FOX 9 News - Brainerd Minnesota - Google News FOX 9 News Eagan man dies in jet ski accident on Rush Lake FOX 9 News BRAINERD, Minn. (KMSP) - A 21-year-old man from Eagan, Minn. has died after a jet ski accident in the Brainerd Lakes area. The man, who has not been identified, was riding the jet ski on Rush Lake on the Whitefish Chain when he entered the water ... and more

Going Into Business for Yourself class offered in Brainerd - The Lake Country Echo - Brainerd Minnesota - Google News

Going Into Business for Yourself class offered in Brainerd The Lake Country Echo ... Lakes College in Brainerd. This session covers all areas of business start-up, helpful advice on how to get your dream off the ground, how to become and stay profitable, including financing your new venture and necessary filings with the state of ...

BEMIDJI BONDS: Local fencing enthusiasts promote sport of the ages - Bemidji Pioneer - Bemidji Minnesota - Google News

BEMIDJI BONDS: Local fencing enthusiasts promote sport of the ages - Bemidji Pioneer - Bemidji Minnesota - Google News Bemidji Pioneer BEMIDJI BONDS: Local fencing enthusiasts promote sport of the ages Bemidji Pioneer Karstens teaches fencing through Bemidji Community Education and hosts outdoor events in the summer at Diamond Point Park. Their small group usually has about six fencers, meeting Wednesdays or Thursdays during the summer. They practice the... and more

BEMIDJI BONDS: Friendship and laughter on the links - Bemidji Pioneer - Bemidji Minnesota - Google News

BEMIDJI BONDS: Friendship and laughter on the links - Bemidji Pioneer - Bemidji Minnesota - Google News Bemidji Pioneer BEMIDJI BONDS: Friendship and laughter on the links Bemidji Pioneer As a teenager, he started working at his family's businesses, Lakeshore Mill and Bemidji Boat Co., later known as Core Craft. Dave and his brother, Harold, bought the business in 1965 and ran it until 1975, when they sold it. Dave moved on to work in ...

BEMIDJI BONDS: Friendship and laughter on the links - Bemidji Pioneer - Blackduck Minnesota - Google News

BEMIDJI BONDS: Friendship and laughter on the links - Bemidji Pioneer - Blackduck Minnesota - Google News Bemidji Pioneer BEMIDJI BONDS: Friendship and laughter on the links Bemidji Pioneer Dave was a basketball and track standout at Blackduck High School. As a teenager, he started working at his family's businesses, Lakeshore Mill and Bemidji Boat Co., later known as Core Craft. Dave and his brother, Harold, bought the business in 1965 ...

Pickling days are here - Grand Rapids Herald-Review - News

We are a long way off from Nov. 14, the official National Pickle Day, but that doesnt seem to be stopping anyone at the Grand Rapids Farmers Market from picking up bushels of cucumbers along with fr

State Surplus Property Auction takes place Saturday in Grand Rapids - Grand Rapids Herald-Review - News

Members of the public are invited to bid on a variety of surplus goods at a State of Minnesota auction taking place on Saturday, August 29 in Grand Rapids. The auction will include approximately 50 ca

Indiana, Illinois anglers caught poaching in Ely area - Duluth News Tribune - Ely Minnesota - Google News

Indiana, Illinois anglers caught poaching in Ely area Duluth News Tribune An investigation by Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Conservation Officer Anthony Bermel, found the three men had 64 bass 46 over their limit as well as 71 sunfish, 11 over their limit. Bermel was conducting a routine patrol of Twin Lake...

Johnson announces House 3A candidacy - International Falls Journal - International Falls Minnesota - Google News

Johnson announces House 3A candidacy - International Falls Journal - International Falls Minnesota - Google News FOX 21 Online Johnson announces House 3A candidacy International Falls Journal Johnson cites his experience in owning, operating, and growing a dental manufacturing business in International Falls and also founding and expanding Voyageurs Outfitters Inc., one of the only outfitting businesses catering to the visitors of Voyageurs... Eric Johnson Announces Candidacy for MN HouseFOX 21 Online all 4

International Falls businessman steps forward in Dist. 3A House race - Northland's NewsCenter - International Falls Minnesota - Google News

International Falls businessman steps forward in Dist. 3A House race - Northland's NewsCenter - International Falls Minnesota - Google News Northland's NewsCenter International Falls businessman steps forward in Dist. 3A House race Northland's NewsCenter International Falls, MN (NNCNOW.com) -- A fourth candidate has stepped forward seeking a Minnesota House seat left vacant by the passing of David Dill. Eric Johnson, of International Falls, founded Voyageurs Outfitters and is also a community activist ...

The Duke's Last Movie as The Shootist Helps Youngster - Edge Center for the Arts

The Duke's Last Movie as The Shootist Helps Youngster - Edge Center for the Arts John Books, is dying of cancer and just wants to spend his last days with a minimum of pain and some dignity. A old friend and doctor he knows confirms an earlier doctors diagnosis and tells Jon he has one or two months to live. He takes a room in a boarding house, but the owner, finding out who he is when her young son Gillom (Ron Howard) tells her, wants Jon out. She relents when he tells her of his condition and things gets complicated when the young son wants shooting lessons.

City of Grand Rapids special deer hunt enters third season - Herald Review - Grand Rapids Minnesota - Google News

City of Grand Rapids special deer hunt enters third season Herald Review The city of Grand Rapids will hold its third special deer hunt this fall in an attempt to further reduce deer numbers within the city limits. Permit area 179 around Grand Rapids and much of northeastern Minnesota will follow a more conservative harvest ...

Helen Bertha Wold - Hometown Focus - Virginia, Minnesota

Helen Bertha Wold, 92, of Hibbing, passed away Monday, August 24, 2015 at Guardian Angels in Hibbing. Funeral services will be held Friday, August 28th at 11:00 a.m.read more

Entertainment briefs - Brainerd Daily Dispatch - Brainerd Minnesota - Google News

Entertainment briefs Brainerd Daily Dispatch Heartland Symphony Orchestra is a 50-piece volunteer, non-profit, community orchestra located in and serving the central Minnesota area of Brainerd, Little Falls and the surrounding rural communities. Musicians, from amateurs to... and more

Entertainment briefs - Brainerd Daily Dispatch - Crosby Minnesota - Google News

Entertainment briefs Brainerd Daily Dispatch Heartland Symphony Orchestra is a 50-piece volunteer, non-profit, community orchestra located in and serving the central Minnesota area of Brainerd, Little Falls and the surrounding rural communities. Musicians, from amateurs to professionals ... and more

BWCAW land swap EIS - Grand Rapids Herald-Review - News

DULUTH A long-debated proposed School Land Trust exchange involving parcels within the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness is slowly moving ahead.

City of Grand Rapids special deer hunt enters third season - Grand Rapids Herald-Review - News

City of Grand Rapids special deer hunt enters third season

New electronic sign goes up - Walker Pilot Independent - Walker Minnesota - Google News

New electronic sign goes up - Walker Pilot Independent - Walker Minnesota - Google News Walker Pilot Independent New electronic sign goes up Walker Pilot Independent The new community electronic board was erected in front of Walker City Hall last week. Besides the city, several area organizations stepped up to give donations including Josh's Place, Lake May Senior Center, Leech Lake Lumber, Minnesota Folklore... and more

New electronic sign goes up - Walker Pilot Independent - Walker Minnesota - Google News

New electronic sign goes up - Walker Pilot Independent - Walker Minnesota - Google News Walker Pilot Independent New electronic sign goes up Walker Pilot Independent The new community electronic board was erected in front of Walker City Hall last week. Besides the city, several area organizations stepped up to give donations including Josh's Place, Lake May Senior Center, Leech Lake Lumber, Minnesota Folklore... and more

New electronic sign goes up - Walker Pilot Independent - Hackensack Minnesota - Google News

New electronic sign goes up - Walker Pilot Independent - Hackensack Minnesota - Google News Walker Pilot Independent New electronic sign goes up Walker Pilot Independent Besides the city, several area organizations stepped up to give donations including Josh's Place, Lake May Senior Center, Leech Lake Lumber, Minnesota Folklore Theater, Walker Lions, Walker-Hackensack-Akeley School and Walker Rotary. The total cost... and more

Hibbing Tourist Senior Citizens Center schedule Aug. 28-Sept. 4 - Hibbing Daily Tribune - Hibbing Minnesota - Google News

Hibbing Tourist Senior Citizens Center schedule Aug. 28-Sept. 4 Hibbing Daily Tribune The Minnesota Highway Safety & Research Center (MHSRC) is presenting a Defensive Driving Refresher course at the center from 1:15 to 5:15 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 16. Driver age 55+ can save up to $300 on auto insurance. Call 1-888-234-1294 to... and more

Greatest Estate/Rummage Sale

220 NW 10th St, Chisholm, MN 55719 Thursday August 27, 2015 to Sunday August 30, 2015 8:30-5:30 / Sun. 9-3 Ceramics, collectables, household and so much more!

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