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John Fitzgerald is a longtime journalist who has worked at newspapers across the country.
ALSO: Rochester’s Pridefest won’t be downtown this year; new chancellor at U of M-Morris; Brainerd Lakes area has forum on sex-trafficking; and more.
ALSO: SJU to revamp library; Watson Mile Tree gets a reprieve; Eyota gets some good ideas; group takes a dim view of priest’s prospects; and more.
ALSO: Marine Art Museum completes a pairing; moving on from Waseca’s ball field fire; Minnesota veteran remembers Bataan Death March; and more.
ALSO: St. Scholastica has named Colette McCarrick Geary its 12th president; West Central houses selling well and faster, but prices are down; and more.
ALSO: Two Fosston teens severely burned; corn growers seek property-tax relief; Bois Forte member returns as a doctor; ZZ Top bringing tour to Bemidji; and more.
ALSO: “Lost Conquest” to open Fargo Film Festival; shipping season is under way on Mississippi; and more.
ALSO: Max the elderly cougar is removed from Duluth zoo; Finland prepares for St. Urho’s Day; Rare mountain bluebird drops by St. Cloud, throws birdwatchers into a tizzy; and more.
ALSO: Ice fishing season in Central Minnesota disappoints; gasoline prices jump 20 cents a gallon in week; time for ice cream in Moorhead; and more.
ALSO: Gun carry permits are up; Dodge County Courthouse now scans for weapons; more St. Cloud and Duluth students are gaining high school diplomas; and more.
ALSO: Cirrus is doing OK; outstate sexual assault victims treated less well; 17-year-old was texting when accident killed man, daughter; and more.
ALSO: Chaska man wins Brainerd walleye contest; Hormel may donate dam to Austin; Concordia-Moorhead cutbacks won’t affect Concordia Language Villages; and more.
ALSO: No buffer strips will be required for privately owned ditches; Tower hit minus 60 two decades ago; BSU students park cars on the lake; and more.
ALSO: Worthington’s Mary Beth Blegen, the 1996 National Teacher of the Year, died Monday; East Grand Forks couple’s wedding featured on “The Bachelor”; and more.
ALSO: Suit against Fergus Falls cops dropped; Atwater family grocery store closes; 11-year-old steals Austin man’s mobility scooter; and more.
ALSO: Study to examine potential impacts of pine-to-potatoes plan; work begins on improved library in Jackson; creek contributing Lake Wakanda problems will undergo refit; and more.
ALSO: Body found in Northfield identified; Winona County approves 6 dog kennels; Rochester woman searches for cat, finds trespasser instead; and more.
ALSO: Grief counselors ready when holidays get too heavy; Judge says slashing prison sentences could create havoc; Baxter council eyes limits on e-cigs; scam calls prevalent.
ALSO: Warm weather nixes some ice fishing; low phosphorus levels in Lake Superior; Austin property taxpayers get a break; and more.
ALSO: FEMA lowers Duluth’s cleanup repayment bill from 2012; home prices are hot in Moorhead; and more.