OH LOOK! A SHINY THING Ammonia Leak and Other News
If you missed the Globe's coverage of the ammonia leak at JBS yesterday, it's here: Ammonia leak leads to partial evacuation, and the Associated Press story is Worthington ammonia leak sickens several... Posted on 6/3/09 at 5:21 AM
They landed while Linda Dembroski was working in her garden Monday night. She heard activity on her front lawn and went to investigate. There, roosting on her grass were 16 pink flamingos, some sporting glitter, bows and sunglasses.
MOORHEAD – A Moorhead man who died in an apparent drowning accident while fishing was remembered by his children Monday as a good father who followed his passion in life and had a knack for knowing where the fish were hiding.
NEW LONDON — Norway Lake has its first island.
A piece of grassy land, or bog, once located in a marshy area in southwest Norway Lake, is now nestled about 1.6 miles away after high waters and strong winds pushed it northeast causing damage to some boat docks near the Last Chance Bait and Grocery Store.
To many former employees at the Minnesota Sex Offender Program in Moose Lake, the unspoken reason that no client has ever been released is that’s the way state leaders and program administrators want it.
A nationwide warrant for arrest has been issued for a Hastings woman, Wendi Bartell Dimm, 44. Bartell Dimm was charged last Thursday, June 23, with depriving another of parental or custodial rights, a felony. A court order has been issued to take Bartell Dimm’s 5-year-old son, Timber, into custody.
Internal problems may have been the cause for eight of nine nurses to resign from the Richardton Health Center, officials said. However, the issues are under review and replacements are being found so the facility can carry on with business, they say.
The possible Minnesota government shutdown has already affected the vacation plans of Lonny and Crystal Koepke of St. Cloud, Minn. They were taking their son and daughter for a short hike through Jay Cooke State Park near Duluth on Monday.
An endangered, rare Sumatran plant that has been patiently waiting to bloom for 18 years is developing a flower bud and will soon send a perfume odor of rotting flesh. The Amorphophallus titanum, also known as the Corpse Flower from the smell it omits during peak bloom, will be flowering sometime between June 26 and July 4 at the Marjorie McNeely Conservatory in Saint Paul.
Law enforcement officials are on the hunt for a 56-year-old Deer Creek man who is believed to be armed and dangerous. Frank Chester Brown is wanted by authorities for allegedly using the identity of another person when applying for a passport. The federal criminal complaint, which was originally filed under seal on May 25, 2011, charges Brown with one count of aggravated identity theft. The complaint was unsealed on June 21, 2011.
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