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World temperatures hit new high once again
Two-vehicle crash in Wadena
Living history: Council cuts Maas bill
Freshwater students donate blankets to Someplace Safe
Minn. woman accused of keeping heroin in bra to change plea
Tuesday Scorecard 1/17
Phillips rules Section 6A with six-goal performance
Bob Tubandt Invitational set Jan. 28
Bowling-January 12 Edition
Zimmer: No timetable on Vikings QB Bridgewater's return
Martha "Marty" J. Kohlmeyer
Terry Lynn Peterson
Mildred Irene Hessling
Over 100 attend NJPA's workforce conference
Tri-County Auxiliary raises record amount at annual holiday auction
Three new providers have joined Tri-County Health Care
Wadena Insurance opens in downtown Wadena
Tri-County Health Care recognized as CALS hospital
Acts of Solace Project seeking performers in Wadena
Author Lois Greiman visiting Wadena Saturday
'Hidden Figures' an Oscar-worthy film
Giving Tree program garners over $2,000
Folk Landscapes presented by Lakes Area Music Festival
Local students make dean's list at St. Cloud State
Area students make dean's list at University of Jamestown
Birth announcements - Jan. 12 edition
Area students earn honors at Central Lakes College
Your letters - Jan. 12 edition
Big laws need bipartisan support
What should go in car emergency kit?
Salonen: 'Hacksaw Ridge' foxhole scene brings hope
Minding Our Elders: Restructuring life after caregiving ends
Shout-out for Pout: New Minnesota state eelpout record is on the books
Chronic Wasting Disease found in two farm-raised deer
Cougar pair spotted fighting in northern Minnesota
Deer harvest could reach 185,000
April 12, 2016
Dayton signs law reopening Real ID rules
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton on Thursday signed a new law lifting a seven-year-old ban on state planning for federal identification standards. The measure, which would allow the Minnesota Department of Public Safety to study bringing federal Real ID rules to Minnesota driver's licenses,...
April 12, 2016 - 8:15am
Senators tell railroads to begin talking safety
Warning bells figuratively clanged Friday when a Minnesota state Senate committee held its first hearing on new legislation to force railroads...
April 12, 2016 - 12:10am
April 11, 2016
Capitol Chatter: Driverless cars struggle when looking for lane lines
A Minnesota Senate committee supported a pilot project for vehicles that drive themselves, but on the same day Reuters news service reported that things are not going well for some of the vehicles in California. "Volvo's North American CEO, Lex Kerssemakers, lost his cool as the automaker's...
April 11, 2016 - 8:15am
Kulp, Holl seek endorsements for House
Democrats from most of Douglas and Otter Tail counties will convene Tuesday, April 19 for the DFL Senate District 8 Endorsing Convention. Registration begins at 5 p.m. and the convention comes to order at 6:30 p.m.at the Fergus Falls American Legion. There is widespread community...
April 11, 2016 - 12:10am
April 4, 2016
Explosion rocks small town of Callaway
The dust is now settling in the tiny town of Callaway as residents make their way back into their homes and crews begin cleaning up the tangled...
April 4, 2016 - 12:10am
April 1, 2016
Flu season not over yet, however vaccine a good match
Spring might be here but influenza cases are starting to increase in the area. Tammy Suchy, Director of Quality for Tri-County Health Care, said reports of influenza increased in the last week or so at Tri-County Health Care. "It's been a fairly mild year," she said about this year's...
April 1, 2016 - 12:10am
March 28, 2016
Capitol Chatter: Little money available for pre-kindergarten classrooms
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton wants to increase education spending $77 million in the next year, mostly for his plan to offer classes for four-year-olds. But there is a catch. Many school officials say they are running out of room, especially after lawmakers last year passed a Dayton...
March 28, 2016 - 8:15am
Weinerman to challenge Gazelka in Minnesota Senate race
Jason Weinerman last week announced his candidacy for Minnesota's Senate District 9, which includes portions of Wadena, Todd, Morrison and Crow...
March 28, 2016 - 12:10am
March 27, 2016
Here's the facts about HPV and vaccination
The Human Papillomavirus, also known as HPV, is the most common sexually transmitted infection in the United States. HPV is spread during skin-to-skin sexual contact including vaginal, oral and anal sex and nearly all sexually active individuals will experience HPV in some point in...
March 27, 2016 - 12:10am
March 21, 2016
Rail crossing fatalities, crashes at second-lowest number in 45 years
The number of people killed in vehicle-train crashes at public railroad crossings in 2015 was the second lowest since 1970, according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation. The total number of crashes was also the second lowest since 1970. Four people died at railroad crossings...
March 21, 2016 - 12:10am
March 20, 2016
Snow mold pops up right after melting, causing allergies
The great meltdown is upon us, as above-average temperatures trigger little trickles of water that seem to be coming from everywhere. Drivers are lined up at area car washes, and the streets seem to be a little busier again, as people eagerly venture out without coats as if it is...
March 20, 2016 - 12:10am
Gambling addict? State can help
No other addiction has a higher rate of suicide than compulsive gambling. One in five affected will attempt suicide. That's twice the rate of other addictions. Compulsive gambling continues to be a big problem in Minnesota, affecting from 50,000 to 150,000 people out of the state's...
March 20, 2016 - 12:10am
March 15, 2016
Minnesota presidential primary gains momentum
Packed precinct caucuses, and reports that thousands left in frustration due to overcrowding, are leading more Minnesota political leaders to push a presidential primary election. The latest is Chairman Ken Martin of the Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party, who on Friday said he would support...
March 15, 2016 - 12:10am
March 1, 2016
Capitol Chatter: Will Super Tuesday be super in Minnesota?
Minnesota joins Super Tuesday this year, but the question is whether the day will be super for any of the presidential candidates. It has not always been. Super Tuesday, March 1 this year, is the day when several states hold primaries or caucuses, in part to pick delegates to the...
March 1, 2016 - 12:10am
February 26, 2016
Social Security, Medicare focus of Nolan stop
A group of concerned citizens gathered to learn more about the future of Social Security and Medicare at a forum Feb. 18 at the Maslowski Wellness...
February 26, 2016 - 12:10am