Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem has ordered a Minnesota woman to stop doing business in North Dakota. Stenehjem on Thursday issued a cease and desist order against Stacy Dahl and Helping Hands, Inc. of Winger, Minn., for violating the state's consumer fraud, charitable solicitation and games of chance laws.
Renewal is not just an economic buzzword, but a way of life in this town of 220 on U.S. Highway 59 in southeastern Polk County. Since 2008, town officials, the Winger Renewal Authority and locally-owned Ultima Bank Minnesota, have been transforming their community. To date, four businesses have been renovated, two more are being renovated, and the Highway 59 corridor and most of the community have been cleaned up. In addition, the old Winger Public School has been demolished, to make room for affordable housing.
UND junior joins heralded choir in Norway, will sing to the nation today Jared Lennon's Norwegian ancestors immigrated to the U.S. in the late 1880s and settled on a farm near Winger, Minn., and the UND junior has long had a love for his family's home country. Today, on Syttende mai, the UND junior will sing to all of Norway as a member of a Norwegian student choir featured on the national broadcasting system.
A 17-year-old male from Winger, Minn., was arrested Thursday after a car was reported stolen in McIntosh, Minn.
Herald Staff Report
, October 22, 2010
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