An Air Force plan to more than triple the area that can be used in training exercises for the Dakotas-based B-1 and B-52 bombers is still undergoing an environmental review nearly a year after the final report was expected.
The South Dakota Highway Patrol says 30-year-old Nicolette Anne Wolf Leader, of Grand Forks, was driving an SUV northbound about 10 miles south of Brookings Tuesday night when the vehicle went into the median near milepost 122. The vehicle rolled, and Wolf Leader was thrown from the vehicle. She was taken to a Sioux Falls hospital, where she died from her injuries.
A plane leaving the Sioux Falls Regional Airport nosedived into the ground Friday and burst into flames so powerful that there was never a chance the four people trapped inside could survive, officials said.
Amber Hunt and Kristi Eaton
, December 10, 2011
It was not by chance that Bemidji was chosen to host the Sanford Health primary care retreat this week. Bemidji was told following the merger of Sanford Health with MeritCare that this community would be a third “hub” within Sanford, equal to those already in Sioux Falls and Fargo.
Sanford Health has added 1,302 new positions at clinics and hospitals in its Fargo region in the past two years. The growth largely reflects the addition of 120 physicians and a merger with North Country Health Services in Bemidji with more than 900 employees.
Authorities have identified a man who died in a crash north of Ray, in northwestern North Dakota. The Highway Patrol said Perry Larson, 59, Ray, died when his car rolled into the ditch on a county road Wednesday night.
Doug Gess saw the hole in his son's back just after the gun went off in west-central Minnesota's Lac qui Parle. An experienced deer hunter, he knew it was centered on the right lung. He figured his only boy was going to die. He didn't figure on Dr. Dennis Glatt.
Minneapolis police say a 9-year-old boy who apparently wandered off from his house showed up at a relative’s home. Police say Jevonte Lynell Victor was found safe Tuesday night. Police had said the boy had left his home before dawn.
A village used by thousands of Oneota Indians into the early 1700s could become a state park under a proposal that focuses now on securing $5.1 million to buy land and write a development plan for the Blood Run site.
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