Lake of the Woods MN Fishing Report

Ice fishing on the lake doing well. Reefs near Arnesen’s and Long Point producing some nice keepers. Some big walleyes being caught along Pine Island.  Rattles working well on all spoons. Ice roads all different open to trucks some only atv/sleds, and some closed.  Call ahead and work through a resort / outfitter who is monitoring…

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Duluth Man Facing Drug Charge In East Grand Forks

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Minnesota Severe Weather Awareness Week

From April 9 to the 13, the MN Department of Public Safety and the National Weather Service will be promoting general weather safety and emergency preparedness to statewide media outlets.  In addition, a statewide tornado drill will be held Thursday, April 12 at 1:45 p.m. Each day of the week highlights an important seasonal weather…

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Kittson County artists on display at art exhibit

This year the annual Art Exhibit, featuring 139 pieces of art, will be in Thief River Falls at the Engelstad Arena and runs from April 18 through April 28, 2018. Kittson County residents Alicia Spilde of Karlstad, Bernie Wilebski of Kennedy, Kay Rosengren of Hallock, Kathryn Rynning of Kennedy, Loren Younggren of Hallock, Rock Bakken…

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Two Men Charged In EGF, See Something, Say Something Bust

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TCS student takes music lessons through online program

A top priority sixth grader Emily Barth looks forward to on the weekends: playing her French horn. Barth is a second year French horn student at Tri-County Schools (TCS). Besides individual and band lessons at TCS, she’s taking private lessons through an online program with the MacPhail Center for Music in Minneapolis. For 30 minutes…

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DNR reminder: Return of cold weather doesn’t mean ice is safe

With cold weather returning across much of the state, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources reminds ice anglers and other recreationists not to be fooled by any remaining ice on lakes and streams. Over the past week, public safety officials have reported more than a half-dozen ice emergencies across the state involving anglers and ATV…

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Pelan Pioneer Park’s buildings moving to a new home

Mary Ann Johnson and her late husband Kenneth or “Kenny” both participated in “The Pelan Players,” a group of local talent who staged outdoor dinner theatres in July or August on a platform, or stage, attached to the Soo Line Depot building at Pelan Pioneer Park (located off Highway 11 between Greenbush and Karlstad, Minn.)…

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Deserving family shares the Lotto America Jackpot

The day was Thursday, March 15 at 8:00 a.m. when Dennis Kujava got out of bed to answer his phone. “Well, I was just laying there anyway – thinking about getting up and having my morning coffee,” he said.  “It was my sister, Debbie, telling me to put the coffee pot on.” The Kujava’s reside…

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Former Gator competes in NJCAA Division III National Women’s Basketball Championship

In the winter of 2016, Gator senior basketball player Emily Anderson was competing in a home game on Senior Night when she experienced an injury that would change the course of her senior sports year– an ACL injury. This injury would sideline Anderson for the rest of the basketball season and for the entire softball…

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