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WADENA COUNTY

The July 2021 charges continue to move forward with the courts determining how to proceed.
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Verndale area saw brunt of damage with 94 mph winds reported. Power lines are still down and people are encouraged to stay away from these areas.
While American flags were flying at home, Wadena County veteran David Anderson and the crew on the USS Carl Vinson were preparing for an assault on Afghanistan like nothing seen before.
The drought continues to make farmers in the region come up with new ways to cope with a lack of forage.

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Honor the Earth Executive Director Winona LaDuke and six other women were arrested July 19 during a protest in front of the pending Enbridge Line 3 replacement near the Shell River in Wadena County.
In an afternoon rally of remembering treaties between tribes and the United States government, defending the sacred and honoring the legacy of Indigenous women leaders, a group of about 200 stood for water and against the Enbridge Line 3 replacement project.
It's unknown if the device, possibly from the Korean War era, was still live or not. The Crow Wing County Bomb Squad took possession of the mortar to dispose of it in a safe manner.
The introduction of the comprehensive re-entry program in Wadena County gives a hand up to those leaving the jail system.
David and Shannon Savela of Sebeka have been named two men killed in a shootout between a deputy and police officer Saturday, Feb. 27.
Escaping custody from within the Wadena County Courthouse, stealing women’s underwear and breaking into a historic school house are some of the charges the Wadena man was sentenced for this month.

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Hundreds waved flags, honked horns and drove tractors through town supporting rodeos and President Trump.
WADENA, Minn. — The Nimrod Bull Bash is planned for Labor Day weekend, Sept. 4-6, but organizers have concerns the event may not be able to go on as planned.
Farmer says awaiting approval of permits continues to keep him on edge.

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