‘Walking Shield’ Returns to Cass Lake to Provide Free Healthcare Services

Tuesday kicked off what some consider a transformative community program for the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe. Walking Shield partnered with the band and other organizations...

Perham Man in Custody After Woman is Found Dead at Home Following Standoff

A Perham man is in custody following a police standoff at a home near Perham where a woman was found dead. Charges are still pending, but the Otter Tail County...

Thousands Attend Weekend Car Shows in Bemidji

Bemidji was the place to be this past weekend for car fans and enthusiasts. With two car shows taking place on Saturday, July 15, fans from around Minnesota and from out...

Former Beaver Zach Whitecloud Returns to Bemidji a Stanley Cup Champion

It’s been six years since Zach Whitecloud was last in Bemidji, and it was a whirlwind weekend for the recent Stanley Cup champion. The former Beaver arrived on Thursday...

In Business: Advanced Massage in Baxter Looks to Satisfy a ‘Knead’ for Relief

By Olivia Armstrong Advanced Massage & Skincare Specialists recently opened its doors in Baxter in hopes of rejuvenating the mind and body of those in the Brainerd...

Fargo Police Officer’s Funeral Scheduled; 2 Other Officers Remain Hospitalized After Shooting

Funeral services have been scheduled for the Fargo, North Dakota, police officer killed in a shooting that also left two other officers injured. The funeral service for...

No Injuries or Hazardous Spills in 10-Car Train Derailment in Northern Minnesota, Officials Say

COOK, Minn. (AP) — No one was injured and no hazardous material spilled when 10 Canadian National Railway cars derailed in northern Minnesota, officials there said. The...

Minnesota Agency’s Plan to Delete Emails After a Year Stirs Criticism from Open Records Advocates

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The Minnesota Department of Human Services plans to delete emails more than a year old starting next month unless its employees decide the messages...

MN DNR Expands All-Terrain Track Chair Program to More State Parks

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is its all-terrain track chair program by bringing the adaptive mobility devices to eight additional state parks, including...

USDA Partners with Region Five Development Commission to Start New Food Business Center

A USDA representative met with the Region Five Development Commission on Monday to announce that Region Five has been selected to establish the North Central Plains USDA...