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Authorities Break Up Iron Range Meth Selling Operation; Three Face Charges - KDAL


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Authorities Break Up Iron Range Meth Selling Operation; Three Face Charges
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Grand Rapids, MN (KDAL) - Three Iron Range residents face charges after authorities broke up an alleged methamhetamine selling operation. 34 year-old Eric John Cooper of Calumet faces multiple coRead the rest of "Authorities Break Up Iron Range Meth Sel" ...

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Heritage comes to Aitkin - Aitkin Independent Age

Aitkin Independent AgeHeritage comes to AitkinAitkin Independent AgeBig changes are coming in September when the Aitkin Assembly of God church becomes the Heritage Aitkin Campus. ...

Old Brainerd foundry Superfund site lead cleanup begins - Brainerd Daily Dispatch

Brainerd Daily DispatchOld Brainerd foundry Superfund site lead cleanup beginsBrainerd Daily DispatchThe Minnesota Pollution Control Agency intends to break ground June 15 at eight excavation sites around the intersection of Quince and South 10th streets to remove soil laced with high concentrations of lead. ...

Goerges earns all-conference honor - The Lake Country Echo

Goerges earns all-conference honorThe Lake Country EchoPequot Lakes finished second while Pine River-Backus was third at the five-team Mid-Minnesota Conference meet on Tuesday, May 5, at Whitefish Golf Club. ...

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santa scarecrow

In the autumn of last year, I had removed the sundress and hat from my "scarecrow" during the garden's end-of-season putting to bed process. The wind and snow over the winter had toppled the simple board framework that formed a vertical "body" and perpendicular "arms" reminiscent of an old-fashioned telephone pole.  (See left side of photo.) Mentioning to Dick that I needed to set it upright again to ready it for its summer attire, he apparently tucked the thought away to retrieve later. ...

a flock of six

Our hens. Olga, Phoebe, Flossie, Henny-penny, Opal, and Pearl. Three Rhode Island Red and three Barred Rock. With no roaming restrictions, their diet is varied and nature-inspired, exercise occurs regularly and freely throughout the day in the fresh air and sunshine, and human contact aids psychological health. ...

Buying & Selling MN Homes

Here in sunny and now finally warm Minnesota we have had a fabulous past few days with record breaking warm termperatures.  Note to sellers: Sellers need to take advantage of this break in the weather and spruce up the outside of the home. ...

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