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Huge floating bog that damaged docks still on northern Minn. lake
1 min 50 sec ago
A Mitchell police vehicle sits outside of a home on the 900 block of East Third Avenue Wednesday morning. Sara Bertsch / Forum News Service
SD man violated no-contact order, killed woman by asphyxiation, police say
16 min 35 sec ago
Names released in officer-involved shooting in St. Cloud
19 min 11 sec ago
Cindy Swart and Robyn Moser (at center) hold a check Tuesday that represents proceeds from the first GreatLIFE Worthington Swart/Moser Annual Couples Tournament, which took place July 23. The event offered an opportunity to once again have a couples golf tourney at the facility, as well as pay tribute to two men — Byron Swart and Ken Moser — who each lost their lives to cancer in recent months. The check, written in the amount of more than $2,200, is payable to Hospice Cottage Inc. (Tim Middagh/The Globe)
Helping Hospice
1 hour 58 min ago
Minn. boy, 5, dies when tree falls on him in backyard hammock
2 hours 7 min ago
Feds: Minnesotans don't need new ID for a year
2 hours 57 min ago
The 1992 St. Paul Winter Carnival Ice Palace on Harriet Island in St. Paul. Richard Marshall / St. Paul Pioneer Press
Detroit Lakes ice palace committee moving forward with plans even though 'St. Paul couldn't get it done'
3 hours 39 min ago
U.S. House of Representatives candidate Dusty Johnson, left, speaks Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017, at the McGovern Civic Engagement Forum at Dakota Wesleyan University. Other attendees included Secretary of State Shantel Krebs, center, and Tim Bjorkman, right. Evan Hendershot / Forum News Service
Students ask SD, federal candidates: 'What makes a nation great?'
8 hours 22 min ago
A.C.E. gets grant for memory care
9 hours 20 min ago
Prairie Elementary fourth-graders enjoy a day at Pipestone National Monument last week thanks to a field trip grant from the National Park Foundation as part of the foundation's Open OutDoors for Kids program. Each fourth-grade class got the chance to experience lessons about Native American myth and legend, geology and park etiquette prior to their field trip experience. At Pipestone National Monument, students visited with someone who quarries the pipestone and walked the trails.(Special to The Globe)
Prairie pupils visit Pipestone
9 hours 33 min ago
Sioux Center officials offer economic development presentation
9 hours 43 min ago
Jennifer Solt, owner of Threads and Decor, is spearheading the Teal Pumpkin Project in Worthington. (Karl Evers-Hillstrom / The Globe)
Teal pumpkins raise food allergy awareness
9 hours 57 min ago
Nobles Home Initiative receives District 518 renewal approval
10 hours 4 min ago
Discussions ongoing for movie theater site
10 hours 6 min ago
Worthington school board calls for February referendum
10 hours 8 min ago
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