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    DETROIT LAKES, Minn. – Motorists can now travel on Highway 59 between Interstate 94 and Elbow Lake. Crews have lifted the detour, however, work will continue in the construction zone. Motorists will encounter occasional lane …

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    28 Jun 13
  • Tysen Daugherty

    The last three finalists for the Kiwanis Club’s Prairie Pioneer Days Showcase were picked Thursday night and include first place finisher Tysen Daugherty, a seven-year old boy who choreographed his own dance. In second place …

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    28 Jun 13
  • Torrey Westrom

    DECRIMINALIZING FIREWORKS – AN ESTIMATED $6 MILLION SECRET  Friends & Neighbors: July 4th, 2013 is the 237th celebration of what we recognize as the birthday of our country. Independence Day, or the Fourth of July, …

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    26 Jun 13
  • mn state patrol

    A Stevens County man arrested in Pope County has made an appearance for an omnibus hearing in a case that includes a felony charge for drug possession. Fifty-two year old John Kisgen of Alberta was …

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    26 Jun 13
  • 061

    The Morris City Council has accepted the resignation letter of Morris Chief of Police James Beauregard. Beauregard has been a member of the department since 1983 and has served as the Chief of Police since …

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    26 Jun 13
  • Electronic Cigarette

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – A looming increase in Minnesota’s cigarette tax is leading to new interest in electronic cigarettes as an alternative to traditional smoking.   Shop owners in the Twin Cities are seeing …

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    25 Jun 13
  • Road Open

    DETROIT LAKES, Minn. — (9:45 a.m.) The Minnesota Department of Transportation and the Minnesota State Patrol re-opened Highway 75 near Kent this morning. It was closed Sunday evening due to flooding.   Check www.511mn.org before …

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    25 Jun 13
  • Indian student studying.

    SAVAGE, Minn. (AP) – Summer school isn’t just for struggling students.   Educators say the summer break can be a time for nourishing students’ interests and establishing new ones. One example is the Gifted and …

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    25 Jun 13