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A former Watkins church secretary pleaded guilty Monday to check forgery after church officials discovered in 2014 that she had allegedly stolen more than $21,000 over several years.
A Cottage Grove man called police early Jan. 3 to report there was a bear in his house on Hinton Park Avenue. Police arrived about 1:30 a.m. and determined there...
Update: Lena DeOliveira has been found in Bismarck. Mandan Police Department wants to thank everyone invovled helping to look for her. Original Post: The Mandan Police Department is asking for...
VIRGINIA, Minn. -- Three Kmart stores in northern Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan will close in mid-April, owner Sears Holdings announced Tuesday. The Kmarts in Superior, Wis., Virginia, Minn., and Ironwood,...
Fargo businessman Doug Burgum has released details of Thursday’s announcement regarding his intentions in this year’s race for North Dakota governor, with multiple stops in Fargo and Bismarck that are sure to fuel speculation he’s running.
FERGUS FALLS, Minn. -- No decisions were made Monday evening by the Fergus Falls Public Schools Board following a closed sessions discussing high school boys’ basketball coach and middle school...
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. -- Country singer Chase Bryant has been added as a warmup band for the South Dakota Cattlemen’s Foundation June 25 concert featuring Toby Keith. Tickets are already on sale for the concert at the Denny Sanford Premier Center in Sioux Falls that also features the Swon Brothers as an opening act. Ticket prices range from $20 to $69 for the concert.
After a rash of burglaries to start the new year, Minot police made some headway in possibly solving several of them as five people were arrested over the weekend.
Counterfeit $100 bills have been passed at several area businesses in Minot in recent days.
A driver was ejected in a fatal rollover crash that was discovered by a passing motorist Tuesday morning, according to the Becker County Sheriff's Office. The crash happened on County Road 123, about 3 miles south of Osage in northwest Minnesota.