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Central MN Community News

Minnesota Farmers Begin Planting under Optimal Weather


Local Police Department Warning Kids of "Nerf War" Dangers


Minnesota Power, Camp Ripley Unveil 65-Acre Solar Array

Gov. Dayton to Open Bass Season at Mille Lacs

Body Recovered from Carlton County Lake

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Dayton Would Veto Pipeline Bill


Senate Asks for More Time in Pollinator-ditches Discussion


Minnesota Soybean Crop Expected to be Record Size This Year
Minnesota farm fields will be more likely to be filled with soybeans than corn this year.

Churchill Elementary School Hosts First Annual "Battle of the Books"

$12.5M Wrenshall School Referendum Raises Concerns

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Karen Diver Honored at Annual Clayton Jackson McGhie Memorial


Iconic Gordy's Hi-Hat Officially Opens for 57th Season


Another Catch-and-Release Summer for Mille Lacs Walleye


Fire Destroys Garage near Cloquet


Johonna Anderson's dad, Sgt. Tim Anderson, surprised her at a Monday afternoon assembly.
Queen of Peace Kindergartner Gets Soldier Surprise
One Dead in Wrong-Way Head-On Crash near Rush City
Man Dies in Rollover Crash near Hill City
Law Enforcement Arrest Wrong-Way Driver on I-35
McGregor Man Dies After ATV Broke Through Ice
Duluth Driver Hospitalized After Other Car Runs Stop Sign
If The Dress Fits, High school teens preparing for prom had the opportunity to pick up a free prom dress
Esko Graduate Organizes Another Prom Dress Giveaway
Charges Dismissed against Pine City Man in Protest Shooting
Friends of Animals in Cloquet Plans Move to New Home; Taco Bell to Replace Development
89-year-old Richard Griffith Giles has been found safe in western Wisconsin.
Missing Minn. Man Found in Western Wis.
Another season of catch-and-release fishing is expected on Mille Lacs Lake.
Another Catch-and-Release Walleye Season Expected on Mille Lacs
Mercy Hospital Brings 3-D Mammography to Moose Lake

March of Dimes Walks Help Families with Premature Babies


Western Duluth Little League Fundraiser for New Fields
UMD Business School Undergoes "Trash Audit"
Duluth School Board Approves Preliminary Budget with $2.3 Million Deficit
Elementary Students Give Brave Boxes to Cancer Patients
County, Neighbors Disagree on Best Use for Public Property
A National Park Service study says spending by 242,000 visitors to Voyageurs National Park last year supported 310 jobs.

Report: Voyageurs Park Supports 310 Local Jobs


Woman Dies Following Grand Rapids Fire
Iowa Murder Suspect Arrested in International Falls
Vandals Cut Down Trees at Ely Area Veterans Memorial
Embarrass House Fire Results in Total Loss
MnDot Holds Groundbreaking for Highway 169 Reconstruction Project
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Superior Mayor Demands City Councilor's Resignation or Removal

Proposal Would Allow Homemade Baked Goods Sales in Wisconsin

A bill circulating the Wisconsin Capitol would allow people to sell homemade baked goods for profit.

Walker Says He Has 'No Interest' in Higher Vehicle Fees

Gov. Scott Walker says he's open to raising Wisconsin's vehicle registration fees to pay for road work.

Police: Carbon Monoxide Likely Killed 3 on LCO Reservation

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