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Jury finds woman guilty in meth case

A Carlton County jury found a woman accused of possessing and selling a large amount of methamphetamine guilty of all charges last week. Christina Vanda Garza, 38, of White Bear Lake, was found guilty of two first-degree drug sale and two first-degree drug possession charges, one fifth-degree posses


Ten-year-old charged with arson in Siren trailer fire

SIREN - A 10-year-old has been charged with arson to a building, obstructing an officer and harboring or aiding felons for the destruction of evidence. Siren Police Sergeant Aaron Bentley was on duty on Wednesday, Jan. 10, when he heard a call at 8:22 p.m. from Burnett County Dispatch paging the Sir

LEADERNEWSROOM.COM - 2018-01-22 10:37:00

Charges: Man fatally stabbed sister while she worked at Crosby seniors residence

BRAINERD, Minn. - A Cambridge man helped his sister prepare food for 30 minutes in a northern Minnesota senior living facility where she was a cook before allegedly stabbing her with a knife multiple times in the neck, leaving her for dead. He also planned to kill others, according to charges filed


Brother intended to kill others, court documents state: Stabbing suspect faces murder charge in death of sister

A Cambridge man helped his sister prepare food for 30 minutes before allegedly stabbing her with a knife multiple times in the neck, leaving her for dead. David Michael Otey, 37, made his first appearance Tuesday in Crow Wing County District Court in Brainerd, where he was charged with felony second


Boys Hockey: Lightning tops Sauk Rapids in OT, falls to Pine City 9-2

Trailing 4-1 in the third period, the Northern Lakes Lightning rallied for three goals and Maverick Engstrom's overtime goal gave the Lightning the 5-4 win over Sauk Rapids Saturday, Jan 13. The Lightning outshot the Storm 34-33. Josh Lelwica opened the scoring in the first period to give Northern L


MSOP client may be released

January 18, 2018 A sex offender at the Minnesota Sex Offender Program (MSOP) in Moose Lake has earned a conditional release by a three-judge panel, it was announced January 9 in press reports. Thomas R. Duvall, 62, has been confined for 30 years for the violent rapes of teenage girls in the 1970s an


Criminal charges expected Tuesday against stabbing suspect

CROSBY, Minn. - Although few new details surrounding the weekend murder of a 38-year-old woman in Crosby in northern Minnesota were available Monday, Jan. 15, criminal charges against the suspect are expected Tuesday, Jan. 16, and should shed more light on the incident. The suspect - David Michael O


Northeast Minn. historians plan events marking 1918 fires that killed hundreds

CLOQUET, Minn.-In 2010, Helen Olson - then 99 years old - recalled watching from a hillside as Cloquet burned. "My mother and I were standing by the sewing machine...and three big hoops of fire came over the hill. They came quickly and looked just terrible. The first one fell on the ground, the seco


Target shooting on frozen Chautauqua Lake leads to arrest

Ice fisherman on Chautauqua Lake reported shots were being fired recklessly over the ice Sunday morning, the Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office reported. The call, one of two complaints from Mayville reporting gunfire in the vicinity of Sea Lion Drive, came into the Sheriff's Office just before 9:30

BUFFALO NEWS - 2018-01-22 01:20:24

Anna Faris OK with Chris Pratt dating

Anna Faris would love for Olivia Munn to date Chris Pratt. The 37-year-old actress has denied rumours she is dating the 'Guardians of the Galaxy' star and personally reached out to Anna, Chris' ex, to say there is "0% truth" in the rumours. In the screenshot posted on her Instagram account, Olivia w

SALAMANCA PRESS - 2018-01-22 07:00:00

Westfield Fire Department releases December activity

WESTFIELD - The Fire Department of Westfield responded to 61 calls for service during the month of December 2017. Of those calls, 43 were for emergency medical services (EMS), with 24 of those calls being within the village of Westfield and nine of them within the town of Westfield. There were seven

OBSERVER TODAY - 2018-01-22 08:00:00

Gunshot complaint leads to charge

At about 9:20 a.m. the Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office received a call of gun shots in the area of Sea Lion Drive in the Village of Mayville. A short time after, deputies received calls from ice fishermen that ammunition rounds appeared to be coming over the ice in a reckless manner. Deputies lo

OBSERVER TODAY - 2018-01-21 08:00:00

Twelve properties to be demolished in Evans

In the last meeting of 2017, board members approved a resolution to hire Pierce Services of Fredonia to take down 12 problem sites. A Restore New York grant, which the town must match with 10 percent of the cost toward the demolition of the vacant properties. Demolition costs are not to exceed $142,

OBSERVER TODAY - 2018-01-22 08:00:00

Ripley could get solar field

Submitted Photo Ripley Town Supervisor Doug Bowen gives a certificate of appreciation to Lew Barnes, who resigned from the town planning board after six years of service. RIPLEY - The Town of Ripley could be on its way to saving thousands of dollars annually on electric bills by shifting to solar en

OBSERVER TODAY - 2018-01-22 08:00:00

New, more personal restaurant coming from Falafel Bar's Rauvenpoor

Oded Rauvenpoor, the Israeli chef-owner behind the late, lamented Falafel Bar, is opening a new restaurant on Sheridan Drive. This time, it's personal. OR by Falafel Bar will offer more "multi-ethnic dishes with focus on food common to the Middle East region - not just Middle Eastern, but Mediterran

BUFFALO NEWS - 2018-01-22 18:24:11

Jamestown firefighters battle another blaze

Submitted Photo A fire heavily damaged a Jamestown residence Friday night. The fire was reported after 9 p.m. at 24 Phillips St., at the intersection of Falconer Street. Off-shift firefighters were summoned to help douse the blaze. Two city fire investigators were called as well. The cause of the fi

OBSERVER TODAY - 2018-01-21 08:00:00

Breaking Brad: 74 apply to be OPS superintendent. How soon until they start dropping out?

Brad Dickson's humor column, "Breaking Brad," appears daily on Omaha.com and in The World-Herald. To read more from Brad, check out his past columns at omaha.com/brad and follow him on Twitter. * * * * * * An Omaha.com article on Friday with family-friendly ways to spend the weekend included ice fis

OMAHA.COM - 2018-01-22 17:31:00

'Real-deal blizzard' pushes across Nebraska; Omaha on the edge of worst of storm

The blizzard barreling across the state today is one of the strongest winter storms in recent years, and thankfully, it will be a memory by Tuesday. In the meantime though, the state has largely hunkered down, with the most affected areas canceling classes and civic events, and public safety officia

OMAHA.COM - 2018-01-22 06:00:00

Snow storm: What to expect this morning

A major winter storm pounded parts of Nebraska early Monday with strong winds, and heavy snow. The Omaha metro is awakening to just wet streets, but the snow is expected to move into the area by 9:00 a.m. The heaviest snow bands likely will be northeast of the metro, where some thundersnow was occ

KETV.COM - 2018-01-22 10:56:00

Change in prosecutors delays case of man accused of helping girlfriend kill herself in Cass County

PLATTSMOUTH, Neb. - A change of attorneys has resulted in a delayed trial calendar for Matthew Stubbendieck, a man accused of helping his girlfriend commit suicide in Cass County. The chief prosecutor in the assisted-suicide case, Cass County Attorney Nathan Cox, was appointed last week by Gov. Pete

OMAHA.COM - 2018-01-22 17:34:00