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Sloan Stahnke is your typical, spirited 8-year-old ... until she gets on a horse
Suspected theft at veterans' grave sites solved
Collision injures one and dumps chemicals and gravel into ditch near Danube
Guri Endreson Cabin
Ridgewater to host manufacturing conference
Video: Gophers invade downtown Spicer
Video: 2015 Stingers
Amateur Baseball: Bird Island clips Sacred Heart
Prep Softball Roundup: Paynesville, Minnewaska both lose
Prep Baseball Roundup: Litchfield rolls over Paynesville
Jon Leuze’s work wins People’s Choice Award in Willmar, Minn.
New London, Minn., native Brady Toops on (off) ABC’s ‘The Bachelorette’
Norway Lake Township’s oldest living man, 91, to star in Sunburg, Minnesota, Syttende Mai parade
Syttende Mai celebrations in west central Minnesota
Artaria String Quartet performs in Dawson, Minn.
Abrams joins ACMC urgent care department
American Family agent Hern earns certification
State electrical group honors Gatewood for industry service
Two from Whitcomb Brothers Grain attend conference
Rice Hospital nurses honored for making a difference in patient lives
Alvina "Al" A. Marklowitz
Pamela Joyce (Myllenbeck) Schramel
Janice L. Bergquist
Alma O. Lopez
Video: Roosevelt celebrates act of kindness
Video: Let's Go Fishing Expo on Green Lake
Video: Ukraine teens enjoy time away from strife
Aurand — Elfritz
Boike — Williamson
Cartoon by Chris Britt
Minnesota Opinion: Legilsature frustration goes across the state
Letter: Questions for Willmar council member Ron Christianson
Letter: 'Recall Ron' stand was inappropriately placed
Editorial: Memorial Day has a very real purpose
December 18, 2010
Expert predicts wet, cold winter and spring
GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- Our polar thermostat is out of whack, and that threatens to make the Northern Plains colder and wetter than usual this winter, spring and early summer, an area meteorologist says. "It does look like it will be a late planting season this year," Leon Osborne says. But...
December 18, 2010 - 12:00am
October 9, 2010
Rural Benson man busted for apparent pot-growing operation
BENSON -- A rural Benson man made his first court appearance Friday on a fifth-degree drug possession charge filed after law enforcement officials searched his property and found an apparent marijuana growing operation. Unconditional bail was set at $20,000 bond or $2,500 cash for...
news / region
October 9, 2010 - 12:00am
December 18, 2009
Commentary: Growing up in the USA
SAN DIEGO -- For more than two centuries, part of being an American has often meant struggling to be something else. No offense intended. It's not that people are looking for ways to stop being American. If they were born here, they accept this as a given. It's just that they're...
opinion / commentary
December 18, 2009 - 12:00am
October 7, 2009
New London man gets fine, probation for marijuana growing operation
WILLMAR -- A 31-year-old New London man was sentenced Monday to five years of probation and a $1,500 fine on a fifth-degree drug sale charge for running a marijuana growing operation in the basement of a home on North Long Lake. Marc Alan Gauquie was also ordered to serve 122 days...
news / local
October 7, 2009 - 12:00am
September 4, 2009
Man pleads to drug sale charge for marijuana growing operation
WILLMAR -- A 31-year-old New London man pleaded guilty Thursday to a fifth-degree drug sale charge for running a marijuana growing operation in the basement of a home on North Long Lake. As part of a plea agreement reached in Kandiyohi County District Court, two additional fifth-degree...
news / local
September 4, 2009 - 12:00am
May 8, 2009
Man faces felony charges after pot growing operation bust
WILLMAR -- A 30-year-old New London man made his first appearance Thursday on felony charges for allegedly running a marijuana growing operation, with more than 300 plants, in the basement of a home on North Long Lake. Marc Alan Gauquie faces three felony fifth-degree drug sale and...
news / local
May 8, 2009 - 12:00am
August 1, 2008
Commentary: Growing your food is American
SCARBOROUGH, Maine -- It's been decades since that famous forager Euell Gibbons reached through the White House fence and picked four edible weeds out of the president's garden. This is not something that the Secret Service would recommend you try today. But Roger Doiron has a better...
August 1, 2008 - 12:00am