EH? PLUS Fire fundraisers
Some fundraisers already have been announced for victims of the Germann Road fire in Douglas and Bayfield counties.
Superior Fuel Co. announced it will donate 5 cents a gallon for every gallon delive... Posted on 5/16/13 at 12:02 AM
STAFF BLOG EVERYDAY GOURMET Bananas Foster
I am on a bit of a banana kick this spring, but thisrecipe is a little flashier than others, literally. Bananas Foster. Ripe bananas cooking gently in a bubbling syrup made from brown sugar, butter, c... Posted on 5/7/13 at 8:51 AM
THE NEW FORTY No...not again...when will we learn?
In my early days in emergency management I compiled a report about what has come to be known as the "Great White fire". That was the fire that was started when pyrotechnics were used in a Great White ... Posted on 1/28/13 at 12:12 PM
THE DULLUM FILE Plaid Tidings
THE GREATER GRAND FORKS COMMUNITY THEATRE presents . . .
Forever Plaid in Plaid Tidings
That whimsical quartet is back on Earth to put a little rhythm in your step this holiday season. The boy band ... Posted on 11/23/12 at 4:26 PM
THE WEST WING Council Meeting 11-8-2012
The following are the proposed agenda items for Tuesday evening's regular City Council meeting. The agenda and packet can be found on theCity Council web page.
Note: the Council Meeting is on Thursda... Posted on 11/8/12 at 8:45 AM
Kelly Elsner found his second calling Tuesday night -- amateur firefighter.
As fires closed in on his Hubbard County Road 111 home and well drilling business south of Park Rapids, Elsner called his employees back to work.
“Come back as fast as you can,” were his instructions.
Calm winds were allowing 40-some fire departments to get control of a wildfire that has scorched more than 7,100 acres in three counties since Tuesday. Evacuees were allowed to return to their homes in the area at noon Thursday, and cleanup began for some residents.
Contractors arriving to repair fire damage on Judy and Don Dalski’s log home on County Road 111 near Menahga on Wednesday estimate the structure would have been destroyed if the plane dropping water on the wood-shingled roof had come just two minutes later.
Standing outside his home, near where the River Road fire began in north-central Minnesota on Monday morning, Red Lake Fire Chief Mark Sigana confirmed the Zeidlik’s were the first to call in one of two fires that nearly 50 firefighters continued to battle Tuesday night.
Fire danger is in the “very high” category across northwest Minnesota and most other parts of the state, and the Department of Natural Resources on Monday expanded the list of counties with burning restrictions.
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