Aric Putnam was elected to his second term in the Minnesota Senate in the November general election, which saw the Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party flip enough Senate seats from red to blue that the party now controls both houses of the Legislature and saw Gov. Tim Walz win a second term. Putnam will chair the Senate Agriculture Committee
Officials see a piece of history worth saving in Burgen Lake stop near Alexandria
Bing also wrote in the document titled "death note" that he planned to spare a person, whose name was redacted, because she had a special place in his heart, citing his own mother's death from cancer.
Tom Decker's killing was a traumatic event for the small town west of St. Cloud
The pandemic curtailed resources for Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation in Sioux Falls. Jessi Buer is fighting to revive the organization.
The Joy Project is planning its 10th year of events to make sure those living in temporary housing receive a Christmas Eve dinner and gifts.
The awards, sponsored by Fargo's Human Rights Commission, will be presented at the Fargo Theatre on Monday, Jan. 16, Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
So far, 77 massage establishments have been licensed, according to Fargo Cass Public Health. Another 12 applications are pending, which means those businesses still need to pay their licensing fee and pass an inspection.
"I don't know what to say, because words haven't been enough for a long time," Saloon manager said
Michael Miller has spent more than 55 years at NDSU and leads the Germans from Russia Heritage Collection.
The current building will be replaced with a 110-unit apartment complex that will feature modern amenities, larger apartment options and a parking structure. The four-story building, which will be called Lashkowitz Riverfront Apartments, will also have a rooftop patio.