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Northern MN Community News

USDA Finds More Money for Wolf Control in Minnesota


Minnesota Band Takes Back Land to Ease Tribal Homelessness


Enbridge Defends Plan to Replace Line 3 Pipeline

Aurora Man Charged for Post Office Break-in

Grant to Fight Invasive Species Open

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Twin Cities Man Injured in Motorcycle Crash in Northern MN


Coleraine NRRI Labs Create Wood Waste Biofuel


Two Bemidji Officers Hurt in ATV Crash

Community Walk Across the Bridge Coming up Saturday

Worker Hurt at Site of New Elementary School near Bemidji

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Hunter Safe after 5 Nights Lost in Chippewa National Forest


3,000 Fake Barbies Confiscated at the Border


Beyond the Girdiron: Homecoming Week has Wolves Ready to Rebound


Minnesota Wolf Population Appears to Rise 25 Percent


One Dead After Water Emergency on Lake Kabetogama
Fire Causes Heavy Damage to Home Near Bemidji
Leech Lake Band Granted $3 Million for Veterans Cemetery
Jarvi's 'African Menagerie' Unveiled in Grand Rapids
Grand Rapids to Host MN Governor's Deer Opener
Officials Optimistic Ahead of Minnesota Duck Opener
Highway 53 Bridge Opens After Weather Delay
Hibbing Man Arrested for 3rd Degree DWI
Red Lake Leaders Expand Reservation Garden to Feed Thousands
64th North Star Expo Aims to get Students Interested in Logging Careers
Five County Roads Closed Due to Flooding
Comment Period Opens on PolyMet Mine Dam Safety Permits
After a request from Minnesota's congressional delegation, the USDA has found more money for wolf control in the state.

USDA Finds More Money for Wolf Control in Minnesota


Lake Superior's High Water Level Threatens Shoreline
Sears Canada Granted OK to Liquidate Remaining Stores
Birds of a Feather: Lutsen Man Connects with Chickadees
Sea Lamprey Numbers Rise in some Great Lakes, Drop in Others
Scientists: Lake Superior No Longer Clearest Great Lake
Authorities: Man Shot in Leg in Hinckley

Authorities: Man Shot in Leg in Hinckley


Wet Autumn Delays Minnesota Harvest, Worries Farmers
Enbridge Defends Plan to Replace Line 3 Pipeline
Newly Renovated Highway 210 Reopens to Public
Fall Colors Nearing Peak in Much of Northland
Kerrick Community Constructs Memorial Playground Remembering Gracelynn
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