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Detroit Lakes-area lake found to be zebra mussel infested
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Doctor acquitted of drugging, raping then-wife countersues her in medical malpractice case
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Bismarck man cleared by jury of attempted murder charge
3 hours 12 min ago
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Shuttle available for MSUM's fireworks display at Bluestem
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Police: Man involved in assault outside downtown bar last week is "failing to cooperate"
15 hours 48 min ago
Fourth of July or a lake weekend look. 
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Summer weekend style focuses on comfort, personal expression
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Police arrest four in connection with Williston stabbing
3 hours 16 min ago
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Daily Delivery: Our top headlines for July 3, 2015
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'He is a miracle': Man survives severe burns against the odds
7 hours 41 min ago
Lightning strike victim recovering, family says
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Williston man charged after pushing man into fire pit
9 hours 19 min ago
Police help four men get down from church rooftop
15 hours 59 min ago
Dog survives coyote attack, and many others
14 hours 3 min ago
K-9 doing well after being allegedly beaten by deputy who was his partner
15 hours 4 min ago
The end of June and early July are prime time for mayflies to begin hatching out of moderate-depth mud basins. Large mid-lake expanses of featureless, structureless mud bottoms often become food factories for walleyes, with fish either gravitating out across the basin itself, or lining up along the edges of points and humps that intersect with the mayfly production zone. AnglingBuzz.com Photo.
AnglingBuzz: The Walleye - Mayfly Connection
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