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CROMWELL—After Mountain Iron-Buhl staved off Cromwell-Wright in a back-and-forth girls basketball tussle in late December, it set the stage for Monday's rematch between two of Minnesota's best Class A teams — and two of the best in the Northland, regardless of classification.
A fundraising campaign seeking $8,000 for the Loven family has been established at the website GoFundMe. "Emma was a sweet, fun-loving girl that loved life," said the campaign appeal. "Anyone who has met the Loven family knows what a loving, kind and caring family they are. No one expects to lose a child, they can really use all the love, prayers and support at this time."
"Broadband is one of the tools necessary to ensure these industries are able to compete not only locally and globally," she said.
ST. PAUL -- Forum News Service will host a briefing with the governor and four legislative leaders at 1 p.m. Monday afternoon, Dec. 19. View the live stream here
A new service added to the clinic is the ability to take digital X-rays. Patients will be able to have chest X-rays, as well as X-rays of injuries and fractures. Before, without the X-ray machine, patients would have to either go to an area hospital or to Min No Aya Win Human Services Center on the Fond du Lac Reservation for an X-ray, which would delay their care, Davis said.
Mills said refunds will be made to anyone who donated to the recount effort or, if people choose to, their contributions “will be added to my donation to the Salvation Army.” “I send my congratulations to Congressman Nolan. We did not always agree on everything, but I respect the congressman, and wish him the best as he moves forward representing the 8th Congressional District.”
“We’ve had a wet blanket on our economy for eight years,” Mills said. “It’s like a coiled spring and Donald Trump (will continue) to take the wet blanket off.”
ST. JOSEPH, Minn. - A funeral service for Jacob Wetterling, the boy abducted and killed in 1989, is set for 10 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 25. The St. Joseph boy's disappearance...
Brigan had received methadone treatment at the Pinnacle clinic in Brainerd earlier in the day. She also admitted to injecting a take-home dose of the drug intravenously before beginning a 100-mile drive back to her home in Cloquet.
“I don’t think they ever thought that (environmental groups) would end up having the influence we have,” said Richard Smith, president of opposition group Friends of the Headwaters. “And I don’t think they ever thought Friends of the Headwaters, along with the Minnesota Center for Environmental Advocacy, would win the ruling to have a full EIS.” Enbridge Energy Partners President Mark Maki said he was hesitant to assign blame for delays in the Minnesota permitting process, saying instead the decision to suspend Sandpiper efforts was evidence of “market forces at work.”