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An opportunity to purchase what is now Mitlyng's Bait and Tackle sounded like a good idea to two brothers who loved to hunt and fish back in 1974. One of those brothers has stayed with it ever since, knowing that his customers still consider a bait shop near the Lac qui Parle dam a very good idea indeed.
Calcareous fens are a unique type of wetland, according to the University of Minnesota-Duluth Natural Resources Research Institute. One of the best now will be protected thanks to landowners who realized its value to our natural heritage
He grew up in Eden Prairie, but Chuck Ellingson fell in love with the outdoor life and especially, the Lac qui Parle area thanks to forays to his grandparents' farm there as a youth. So much so, he made it his business and now owns and operates the Watson Hunting Camp where he introduces others to the outdoor adventures the area offers.
Two candidates tied in votes during the general election, and agreed to draw cards at the Watson City Council meeting on Monday to determine the winner. Nathan Jordahl picked the high card.
Braxton Monte Anderson will serve a 68-month sentence for conviction of criminal vehicular homicide in the August 6, 2019, death of his passenger, Brittany Lynn Schulz, 20, of Appleton.
WATSON, Minn. — One person was killed and three others were injured in a two-vehicle crash that happened just before 6 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 7, in Chippewa County.

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WATSON, Minn.--A century before MapQuest or Google Maps were invented, motorists using one of the country's first coast-to-coast highways followed the "Yellowstone Trail" by watching for chrome yellow markers with an arrow pointing the way to Yel...
WATSON, Minn. - Chuck Ellingson makes it his business at the Watson Hunting Camp to introduce hunters to some of the best opportunities that western Minnesota has to offer.So what do you offer those looking for the thrill of the hunt when there i...
MONTEVIDEO, Minn. – Described at the time as believing the city had “a conspiracy going against him,” the former mayor of Watson pleaded guilty earlier this month to breaking into the current mayor’s home in March.

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