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Local authorities were contacted, and loss-prevention personnel arrived to retrieve the stolen scooter.
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They’ve paddled about 300 miles since launching at Lake Traverse and had “just a little over 100 miles to go” when they hit the river Thursday morning.
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Brent Hemly and the Plummer Bear go back several years. He first live-trapped her “in 2011 or 2012” while assisting the DNR with a comprehensive research study of black bears in northwest Minnesota,
Madison Eklund has the winds under her wings now after battling the unrelenting current of a flooded Minnesota River and the severe weather that kept her off the water for days at a time. She aims to be the first solo kayaker to retrace the Fort Snelling to York Factory route made famous by Eric Sevareid and Walter Port and those who followed.

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TIP call leads Detroit Lakes-area DNR conservation officer to several fishing violations.
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First it was the COVID-19 pandemic, now it's flooding that has dried up another summer season at Jake's Northwest Angle Resort on Lake of the Woods.
Injured- and orphaned-animal calls continue to come in. People are encouraged to leave animals in the wild. The chances of animals surviving drastically dwindle if they are taken into a home. If you care, leave it there!
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This year, a busy June and a full season are ahead, but spring has brought challenges that no one could have anticipated last year, when drought ravaged the region.
Trio of 69- and 70-year-old women, including Jamestown native Anne Sherve-Ose, will paddle as far as the Manitoba border this summer.
The 27th annual fishing contest raised a record $265,000.

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It’s a mess, the result of a late snowmelt after a winter of heavy snow in the border country and record or near-record precipitation the past two months across the watershed.
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Sturgeon – dozens upon dozens of them – congregated in an obvious act of spawning, the first verified sighting in more than 100 years of lake sturgeon actively spawning in the Red River Basin.
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In late April, Gretchen Mehmel retired as manager of Red Lake Wildlife Management Area at Norris Camp after more than 30 years at the helm.

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