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UAS taking flight in Minnesota
Weather Talk: April snow is unsettling, but it isn’t unusual
Waubun high school evacuated Tuesday after bomb threat
Norman County traffic stop turns violent; deputy shot, suspects in custody
Dairy Queen worker at West Acres accused of dealing cocaine at mall
Football: Minnesota district scheduling puts rivalries on shaky ground
East Grand Forks head football coach steps down
Scheidecker named team MVP at girls basketball awards ceremony
Summer LAPS registration Monday, April 21
Holl's goal in final second vaults Gophers past UND
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KLN to bring workers from abroad
Nyhus certified in Parkinson’s speech treatment
'It's been quite a ride' Perham community and business leaders celebrate growth, address current worker shortage
Pioneer Grounds officially under new ownership
New Perham website launches
Editorial: Distracted driving deserves our full attention
Guest Editorial: The healthier our children, the better our society
Letter to the Editor: Slower speeds are needed near Westwind area
Letter to the Editor: Don’t take my money and then take away my rights
Column: Mud may be the only thing worse than snow
An old-time tent revival at Holmes Theatre in D.L.
Community Lenten Choir to perform in Perham, NY Mills
Northwoods Assembly to host Seder meal
Vergas to hold Maple Syrup Festival
Honey Bee Gala fundraiser set for April 12
October 30, 2012
Minnesota now interests presidential campaigns
Hurricane Sandy has blown presidential campaigns into Minnesota. As a storm forced President Barack Obama, challenger Mitt Romney and others to cancel East Coast campaign stops, their campaigns looked toward what some see as a newly competitive Minnesota. Former President Bill Clinton...
October 30, 2012 - 9:23am
October 19, 2012
Legislative races slip under voters' radar
ST. PAUL -- Minnesota voters tune in to presidential debates, discuss constitutional amendments and follow eight U.S. House races. But the biggest impact on state residents could be decided lower on the ballot, where all 201 state House and Senate seats will be listed Nov. 6.
October 19, 2012 - 1:13pm
October 16, 2012
Pre-registration deadline to vote is today
Secretary of State Mark Ritchie reminds Minnesotans that they only have until the end of the business day on Tuesday, Oct. 16 to pre-register to vote for the Nov. 6 general election. To pre-register, a voter's registration application must be received by the Office of the Minnesota...
October 16, 2012 - 1:06pm
October 12, 2012
Lawmakers must fill in blanks if Minnesotans OK voter ID
ST. PAUL -- Both sides in Minnesota's voter photo identification debate try to paint pictures about how life would look if the requirement passes Nov.
October 12, 2012 - 1:39pm
August 8, 2012
Candidates starting to file for open seats
Anyone interested in running for election to a local city council or school board has until next Tuesday to do so. The filing period, which started July 31, will end at 5 p.m. on Aug. 14. Candidates will be included on the ballots for the general election on Nov. 6. In Perham,...
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August 8, 2012 - 2:08pm
July 19, 2012
Five New York Mills officials won't seek reelection
Three New York Mills school board members and two city officials will not be seeking reelection this fall, leaving behind five open seats. New York Mills Mayor Larry Hodgson announced in a letter to the newspaper on Monday that he will not be seeking reelection. Councilmember Richard...
July 19, 2012 - 11:45am
July 14, 2009
Officials look ahead to election law changes
Minnesota election experts say the state's election law is among the best in the county, but the protracted U.S. Senate race proves it can be improved. The state needs to instill more confidence and stability into the absentee ballot process, Sen. Ann Rest, DFL-New Hope, told a University...
July 14, 2009 - 7:06am