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PINE RIVER

But in some cases, more white stuff meant fewer customers
The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension and Cass County Sheriff’s Office said the cigarettes and malt liquor made up the last transaction of the night on Feb. 27, 2001, at Ultimate Liquors on Barclay Avenue in Pine River, Minnesota.
Group may be a step toward a more formal club and helping city gain bike friendly status.
Journee Howard, 25, believes she was chosen as a juror because she made it clear she had a neutral mindset. Though no one is completely unbiased, neutral and down the middle, Howard said, she is open-minded and doesn't lean far one way or the other politically.

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In so many years of teaching, Linda Henkel has accumulated — and continues to accumulate — books to keep the little box full. Unlike other little lending libraries, she doesn't want them back. That's how fourth-grade teacher Carla Goddard and others thought up the name "Henkel's House of Books."
A Pine River, Minn., family found the antique flag in their attic in 1995 and recently thought to donate it for display. This flag design would have been accurate from 1896 to 1908. Though Utah had joined the United States in 1895, the flag itself wasn't dedicated until July 4, 1896.
With family support, Tessily Gregory of Pine River will graduate with her classmates in June and plans to move to Pennsylvania with her daughter in August to attend college.
Saturday, Feb. 27, marked the 20th anniversary of the 50-year-old vanishing, only for her lifeless, strangled body to be found six weeks later at the bottom of a roadside embankment 10 miles away in Breezy Point. To this day, no suspects were ever identified and the murder remains unsolved.
“This summer we got a call saying the kids needed somewhere to go. We went from a couple of two and boomed into a family of seven overnight.” - Kendra Kozelka, age 24, rural Pine River
A Dec. 18 Minnesota Department of Health inspection found the Long Pine Store and Pizza north of Pine River violated Gov. Tim Walz's executive order prohibiting bars and restaurants from offering indoor service.

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William Hilliman planned actions, lied about blacking out and said what he thought would convince doctors that he was insane, a judge said.
FERGUS FALLS, Minn. — A Pine River, Minn., man found guilty of bludgeoning a woman and her son to death more than two years ago in Otter Tail County is headed to the second phase of his trial, which will decide if his mental health can be used as a defense.
“Lots of garbage,” Wendy Swenson said. “There was a cat here. There's cat feces in the living room and bathroom. There's a cat box. There's food all over. Cooked food, rotten food. Condoms blown up to look like balloons. Traces of what we think is marijuana. Personal items.”

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