Daily Archives: September 6, 2019

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Search Underway for Canadian Neo-Nazi

By: News Intern Katherine Jones ROSEAU COUNTY- Patrick Matthews is under investigation in Canada for involvement in a right-wing group, one that seems to hate women, Jews, other races, and LGBTQ people. Matthews is a member of a group called The Base, which the Free Press describes as “a secretive network of highly radicalized neo-Nazis…

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2-Car Collision in Norman County

By: News Intern Katherine Jones BORUP- There was a 2-car collision in Norman County  yesterday. The vehicles were traveling north on Highway 9, at County Road 39 in Borup when a Mack truck made a U Turn at the intersection and a Chevy struck the middle of the trailer. A passenger in the Chevy, 35-year-old…

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Next Week’s Meetings

By: News Intern Katherine Jones BEMIDJI- The Bemidji City Council and the ISD 31’s School District Board are scheduled to meet this week. The city council’s work session is scheduled for Monday at 5:30 PM, and the school board is scheduled to meet on Tuesday at 7:30 AM.  The city council will be discussing the…

DNR Requests Input on Fishing Regulations

By: News Intern Katherine Jones ITASCA COUNTY- Anglers and those interested in fisheries management are invited to attend three public open-house meetings hosted by the Department of Natural Resources to provide input on fishing regulation changes proposed for lakes in Itasca County. The first open-house meeting will be held next Wednesday from 6-8 PM at…

Search for 21-Year-Old Still in Progress

By: News Intern Katherine Jones DULUTH- The Duluth Police Department is still investigating the disappearance of 21-year-old Jacob Lavoie who was last seen leaving Grandma’s Sports Garden around midnight on the first of this month.  While the police has conducted organized searches with the assistance of the St. Louis County Rescue Squad and Duluth Fire…

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State Lawmakers Visit Northern Minnesota

By: News Intern Katherine Jones ST. PAUL- State lawmakers are in northwestern Minnesota today, hearing pitches for projects vying for state bonding dollars.   House Capital Investment Chair, Mary Murphy of Hermantown says while assembling a bonding bill that ultimately didn’t pass, they heard the local needs of people, agencies and communities.   Murphy says they were…

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