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ST. PAUL — Money provided by Minnesota’s Local Government Aid program is a mainstay in the budgets of cities throughout the state, and potential funding hikes and cuts to it have city leaders keeping a close eye on the Legislature. For 2017, Gov. Mark Dayton has included a one-time $21.5 million increase to the program in his supplemental budget while Senate leaders confirmed Wednesday they have placed a $45.5 million boost in their version of the tax bill.
WHITMAN, N.D. — A second day of searching has not brought home a Grand Forks hunter who went missing Saturday in Walsh County. Law enforcement suspended the search for Travis...
GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Six northwest Minnesota businesses and one city have been penalized so far this year after the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency completed its latest round of enforcement...
FOSSTON — A Fosston school bus driver who allegedly condoned bullying on his route is speaking out and pursuing possible legal action. Oran Underdahl, 73, said in a Monday statement that he is evaluating whether he has a legal claim for defamation. Kristi Hastings, his attorney, said Tuesday that she and her client couldn’t say who would be named as defendants in a potential lawsuit or when it could be filed.
GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Many questions directed to the Grand Forks Public Information Center revolve around taxes, permits and garbage collection — others, not so much. “I once had a...