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LAC QUI PARLE COUNTY

Storms that swept across South Dakota and western and central Minnesota on Thursday night brought damaging winds that downed trees and power lines and destroyed buildings.
Our late spring is a challenge for migrating birds and frustrating for us, but it's not without its drama.
Two new avian flu infections reported Friday by the Minnesota Board of Animal Health bring Minnesota to seven total sites. Flocks in Stearns and Morrison counties were confirmed infected Thursday.
An update late Monday from the Minnesota Board of Animal Health showed a total of five avian flu infection sites in Minnesota, with new sites identified in Lac qui Parle and Kandiyohi counties.

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The Land Exchange Board cited the right of property owners to sell their land to willing buyers as the principle deciding their votes. Gov. Tim Walz, Attorney General Keith Ellison and State Auditor Julie Blaha emphasized that they appreciated the concerns raised by Lac qui Parle County and the governor said the issues need to be aired going forward.
He grew up in Eden Prairie, but Chuck Ellingson fell in love with the outdoor life and especially, the Lac qui Parle area thanks to forays to his grandparents' farm there as a youth. So much so, he made it his business and now owns and operates the Watson Hunting Camp where he introduces others to the outdoor adventures the area offers.
A landowner is pressing a civil lawsuit challenging the action by the Lac qui Parle County Board of Commissioners to block the sale of his land to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. His attorney is optimistic of a settlement, but said the underlying issues presented by the case are for the Legislature to address.
A landowner is pressing a civil lawsuit challenging the action by the Lac qui Parle County Board of Commissioners to block the sale of his land to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. His attorney is optimistic of a settlement, but said the underlying issues presented by the case are for the Legislature to address.
MADISON, Minn. - Blowing snow and sub-zero temperatures didn't stop more than 80 people from traveling the roads of western Minnesota Thursday, Jan. 11, to reach the aptly-named Frozen Farm Forum in Madison.They braved the weather to learn about ...
CAMP RIPLEY, Minn.-Brig. Gen. Lowell E. Kruse always wanted to do two things in life: be a soldier and a farmer.The 50-year-old fulfilled both of his lifelong ambitions. From 1989 to 2006, the husband and father of two operated a 70-cow dairy far...

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MADISON, Minn. - Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak needed only a garage to develop Apple computers and change the world forever.Carmen Fernholz hopes a 2-acre parcel of his Lac qui Parle County farmland will be what it takes to launch a change in Minn...
MADISON -- Lac qui Parle County Sheriff Lou Sager has tendered his resignation 11 months after having moved from the East Coast to take the job. "It's time," Sager said. "At the end of the day I was hoping this to be a long-term, future thing. Th...

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