Thursday , November 27 2014

Governor Gives Thanks for the Turkey

While he did not hand out any pardons, Governor Mark Dayton did give his blessing Tuesday –  to the Thanksgiving Tradition that will put a roasted turkey on 46 million holiday tables this season .. They were all smiles in St. Paul as the annual Thanksgiving Tribute gave the governor a chance to praise the state’s poultry industry, and their ... Read More »

Sanford Inpatient Mental Health Unit Reinstated

In-Patient Care for Mental Health Patients resumed operations this week at Sanford Thief River Falls .. The brief and unanticipated announcement came Monday from Sanford Officials saying the 10 bed facility will resume operations after “meeting all licensing requirements with the Minnesota Department of Health and Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services,” also known as CMS. In a news release, ... Read More »

Apology / Explanation from CP Rail

An apology and an explanation from CP Rail following an incident last week that blocked intersections in Thief River Falls for a full hour … CP Spokesman, Andy Cummings, says “On the evening of November 19th, a train encountered a mechanical issue while passing through Thief River Falls. The mechanical issue did not pose any public safety issues, but unfortunately, ... Read More »

Sports Headlines 11.26.14

(Minneapolis, MN) — The Minnesota Timberwolves will be without guard Kevin Martin for the next six-to-eight weeks. Martin underwent surgery yesterday to repair a fracture in his right wrist. He suffered the injury in the T’wolves’ victory over the Knicks last Wednesday. The 11-year-veteran leads Minnesota by scoring over 20 points per contest in nine games this season. The Timberwolves ... Read More »

Oklee man enters plea in burglary case

An Oklee man entered a guilty plea Monday, Nov. 3 in Red Lake County District Court for a series of 2013 burglaries in Red Lake Falls. Robert Duncan Fox, 21, pled guilty to two felony offenses of first degree burglary, according to Sheriff Mitch Bernstein. He had been originally charged with four counts of first degree burglary, two counts of ... Read More »

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