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  • Bloodmobile

    The American Red Cross will be in Morris tomorrow (Tuesday), collecting donations to shore up their waning supplies. The Bloodmobile will be on the UMM campus on Tuesday from 12:30-6:30 p.m. To make a donation, …

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    02 Jul 12
  • Stevens County Board

    The Stevens County Board of Commissioners will vote on a final payment for a large culvert, classified as a bridge, this week at their regular board meeting. The low bidder, Riley Brothers Construction, had bid …

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    02 Jul 12
  • Grand Forks 911 Center

    GRAND FORKS, N.D. (AP) – Grand Forks-area officials say it’s getting difficult to keep up with an increased number of 911 calls. Officials say the number of calls to a dispatch center for Grand Forks …

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    02 Jul 12
  • Duluth Zoo

    DULUTH, Minn. (AP) – Security issues at the Lake Superior Zoo are under scrutiny after about a dozen animals died in last month’s flood. The Duluth News Tribune reports that an alarm sounded three hours …

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    02 Jul 12
  • Health Advisory, Minneapolis

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – Hot temperatures forecast for the Minneapolis-St. Paul area and wildfires burning out west are creating a potentially unhealthy air situation in the Twin Cities. The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency is …

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    02 Jul 12
  • Minneapolis Police

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – About 120 people turned out for a vigil for a 5-year-old boy fatally shot while sleeping on a couch in his grandmother’s north Minneapolis house. Those who attended Saturday’s vigil for Nizzel …

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    02 Jul 12
  • Ash Tree

    The tree coverage in Morris may be drastically reduced, if the advancing Emerald Ash Borer meets an untreated, unaltered community forest. That’s the prediction of U of M Extension Forestry Expert Gary Johnson, who has …

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    29 Jun 12
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    The Stevens County Board of Commissioners continue to weigh who they would like to hire to replace outgoing Human Services Director Sue Schultz. The top three candidates have sat through one interview and have been …

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    29 Jun 12