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Package thieves beware: Residents have their eyes (and cameras) on you
Corps denies easement to complete Dakota Access Pipeline construction in ND
Law enforcers back away from skirmish line to de-escalate tensions at Standing Rock protest site
Ag Career Fair and Technology Showcase
Fire damages rural Olivia home
Dragons place third at own invite
Aus, Struxness earning big rodeo wins, cash
Card gymnast place third at Becker
Gophers accept bid to Holiday Bowl in San Diego Dec. 27
Slagter paces Cards at Monticello invite
Willmar artist to paint community mural
'Mostly Minnesota Christmas' now playing
Lauded singer, poet Leonard Cohen dead at 82
'The Wall' on stage Friday at The Barn
Singer with regional ties talks about time on 'The Voice'
Willmar area cattle sorters leaving their mark on growing sport
Read Live it! December-January issue
Knowing personalized risk for diabetes may not change lifestyles
Around our region published Nov. 30
Willmar Senior High announces first-term honor roll
Roger K. Straight
Virginia L. Anderson
Ronald J. Fernholz
Dorothy M. Peterson
Helen W. Olson
Cartoon by Tom Stiglich
Letter: Treat all ladies with respect
Minnesota Opinion: Free Vikes-tix perk 'looks bad' for all
Estrich commentary: Living in the Trump twilight
Editorial: Time for two school sides to find agreement
Bruce & Deb Johnson
Russel & Dorraine Miller
December 2, 2016
Dine in on Saturday
WILLMAR — For many families, having a home-cooked meal together is a rare event. Given busy work schedules — plus getting kids to...
December 2, 2016 - 7:49am
October 28, 2016
Minnesota BEST robotics competition Friday, Saturday at NLS
NEW LONDON — The fifth annual Minnesota BEST robotics competition takes place Friday and Saturday at the New London-Spicer High School. BEST stands for Boosting Engineering, Science and Technology. Six teams will compete including ARCHER Home School, Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa,...
October 28, 2016 - 7:17am
October 27, 2016
Scientists identify fossilized dinosaur brain tissue for first time
LONDON—British and Australian scientists have identified an unassuming brown pebble, found more than a decade ago by a fossil hunter in...
October 27, 2016 - 2:53pm
July 30, 2016
ASTRO BOB: Getting stung by a 'scorpion' can be a beautiful thing
Near the tail end of Scorpius the scorpion, you'll find a neat pair of stars — Shaula and Lesath — that form the stinger. Dubbed...
July 30, 2016 - 7:50am
May 21, 2016
Science Rocks for third-graders on Ridgewater campus
WILLMAR - Kennedy and Roosevelt third-graders, about 300 in all, were on the Ridgewater College Willmar campus on Friday for Science Rocks. The...
May 21, 2016 - 8:07am
November 10, 2015
Scientists confirm phenomenon of rogue waves on Superior at time of Edmund Fitzgerald sinking
Scientists at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have confirmed the phenomenon of rogue waves on Lake Superior — waves double the size...
November 10, 2015 - 11:54am
October 30, 2015
Large asteroid to make close approach to Earth on Halloween
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - A large asteroid that scientists only discovered this month will make a relatively close approach to Earth on Saturday, astronomers say, providing one of the best opportunities in years to gather data about a passing space rock. The asteroid, estimated...
October 30, 2015 - 1:27pm
June 20, 2015
Meeker County 4-H’ers win Science of Ag contest
ST. PAUL — A Meeker County team is the first to win a 4-H Science of Agriculture competition that tested the team members’ ingenuity at solving...
June 20, 2015 - 12:25am
June 15, 2015
New 4-H program promotes STEM
SPICER — Sometimes cows can be pigs. Especially when they pull hay from a feeder, eat only some of it and stomp the rest into ground. That’s...
June 15, 2015 - 11:44pm
May 12, 2015
NLS fifth-graders present science projects to school board
NEW LONDON — In February Averi Prentice began growing lawn grass in cups in her house. Using tap water, distilled water and melted snow —...
May 12, 2015 - 9:46pm
July 19, 2014
Letter: The antithesis of science
Cal Thomas’ “No denying climate change deniers in this new world,” is the antithesis of science. Thomas debunks climate change models without using any of the tools scientists use. As a columnist, Thomas uses ideology as his anti-science tool, simply because he’s naive when...
July 19, 2014 - 5:00am
May 24, 2014
RCW Foundation focuses first gift on lab devices for science dept.
RENVILLE — We all know that spring has been slow to arrive, but nobody knows better than the earth science students at Renville County Wes...
May 24, 2014 - 3:30am
February 13, 2014
The changing science of weather
GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Click. There’s an elevation map of the Red River Valley, and, believe it or not, the flat valley actually has elevation. Click....
February 13, 2014 - 10:16pm
January 15, 2014
iPads offer students at Willmar Middle School more advanced readings while conducting their science experiments
WILLMAR — Zeinab Igale and Rosa Cisneros were pretty sure that the black can sitting in front of the spotlight was going to get warmer inside...
January 15, 2014 - 10:57pm
October 7, 2013
Work on 'cell traffic' and disease triggers wins Nobel prize
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Three U.S.-based scientists won the Nobel medicine prize on Monday for plotting how vital materials such as hormones and brain chemicals are transported within cells and secreted to act on the body, giving insight into diseases such as diabetes and Alzheimer...
October 7, 2013 - 10:25am