Day: October 4, 2017

Governors Set To Discuss Flood Control Project

A meeting between Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton and North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum is set to take place Wednesday in Moorhead. Governor Dayton and Governor Burgum plan to discuss the future of a flood control project in the Fargo-Moorhead area. The $2.2 billion Red River diversion project’s construction was stopped by a federal judge over complaints project supporters did not obtain […]

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New Record Rainfall In St. Cloud

The city of St. Cloud experienced new record highs for rain fall on Monday and Tuesday. Monday’s rainfall saw 1.55 inches which surpassed the record for October 2nd of 1.13 inches set in 1982. Tuesday’s rainfall total was 1.36, that also surpassed the old record for October 3rd of 1.25 inches set in 1990. The weather service reported St. Cloud’s […]

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Twins Fall In Another Playoff Heartbreaker

The Minnesota Twins played in their first playoff game in seven years, and it didn’t go as Minnesota fans hoped. The Twins came out of the gates on fire with a leadoff homerun off the bat of Brian Dozier and another by Eddie Rosario. The 3-0 lead did not last as starter Ervin Santana gave up a three-run homer to […]

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President Trump visits Las Vegas

President Donald Trump is traveling to Las Vegas today to reckon with the aftermath of the deadly mass shooting. The president is meeting with first responders and victims of the attack that killed 59 people and injured 527. Trump says authorities are “learning more” about the gunman that opened fire on an outdoor country music festival. In visiting the city, the […]

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Law Enforcement To Ramp Up Security For Upcoming Events

With the recent events in Las Vegas, major U.S. cities are taking extra precaution at large events coming up this weekend. Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel says that a dozen workshops will be held for emergency officials before a marathon this Sunday. At the Austin City Limits music festival, there will be a substantial police presence. Other cities are expected to ramp […]

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Mexico City earthquake recovery

Mexico City officials say they have recovered the last body known to be trapped in rubble following the magnitude 7.1 earthquake. The body was recovered from the last known active site, a collapsed office building in central Mexico City. Families have kept vigil at the site for two weeks as an assortment of international rescuers continued to search the aftermath […]

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Survivorship center to join the Coborn Cancer Center

Work is beginning on a “survivorship” center at the CentraCare Health Plaza. The new addition to the Coborn Cancer Center will offer services to those who have experienced cancer through a variety of programs expanding on traditional medicine. These programs include art and music therapy, support groups, group fitness classes, spiritual care, interactive kitchen/classroom, acupuncture and massage. Sonya Weiber, section director […]

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