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William “Bill” O. Isley, 73, Princeton
Memorial Services will be on Saturday, January 19, 2019, at 11:00 AM at Karmel Covenant Church in Princeton, MN, for William O. Isley. Bill passed away on Wednesday, December 12, 2018, at the Fairview Northland Regional Hospital in Princeton, after a long struggle with his health. Visitation will be
They escaped the worst wildfire in California history-- and then moved to Minnesota
PRINCETON, Minn. - Ariel Janko couldn't stand the thought of going back. She could not shake the terrifying images of orange-tinted skies and giant smoke clouds. In her mind, she could still hear the desperate pleas of her neighbors as they tried to outrun the deadliest wildfire in California histor
Pregnant woman killed after semi runs stop sign in Stearns County
Sartell, MN (WCCO) - Police say a 30-year-old pregnant woman died Monday morning after the vehicle she was driving was hit by a semi that failed to stop at an intersection in Stearns County.
Police looking for 'armed and intoxicated' man in Blaine, Minnesota
BLAINE, Minn. (FOX 9) - Update (1:15 p.m.) - The suspect is in custody, according to the Blaine Police Department. Police in Blaine, Minnesota are searching for an "armed and intoxicated" man in a residential neighborhood Monday morning.
Down Memory Lane - Princeton Dec. 13 edition
An initial step has been taken toward remedying the problem of traffic congestion at the intersection of LaGrande Avenue and Northland Drive on the south end of Princeton. City Administrator Bill Schimmel informed the City Council last Thursday that the Sherburne County Board has approved the city’s
Winter not just tough on people
Nobody likes to be left out in the cold — including furry, four-legged friends. Like people, animals that spend their nights inside are accustomed to the warmth of being surrounded by four walls, away from the harsh Minnesota elements, and just because they have fur doesn’t mean they enjoy spending
Views of the Witch's Hat Tower matter more than views from it
Downtown Minneapolis, as seen from the Witch's Hat Tower. Not pictured: St. Paul, which is also pretty nice to look at. Steve Cohen. That's the song Robert "Bob Dylan" Zimmerman would've written today, if he was young, and living in Minneapolis, and more interested in NIMBY-riffic real estate squabb
Holdingford Woman, Unborn Baby Killed in Crash
SARTELL -- A 30-year-old Holdingford woman and her unborn baby were killed in a crash in LeSauk Township Monday morning. The Stearns County Sheriff's Office says it happened at about 7:45 a.m. at the intersection of County Road 133 and County Road 4, just west of Sartell.
Pregnant woman killed in crash outside Sauk Rapids, Minn.
LESAUK TOWNSHIP, Minn. (FOX 9) - A pregnant woman was killed in a crash Monday outside Sauk Rapids, Minnesota. According to the Stearns County sheriff's office, around 7:48 a.m., authorities were called to a crash involving a semi-tractor trailer and an SUV at the intersection of County Road 4 and C
UPDATE: I-94 Reopened After Vehicle Fire
ALBERTVILLE -- Eastbound I-94 has been reopened to single lane traffic after a semi caught on fire. The Minnesota State Patrol says just after 2:00 p.m. Monday they received a report of a semi on fire about two miles west of Albertville in Wright County.
I-94 closed between Albertville & Monticello due to vehicle fire
(FOX 9) - Interstate 94 east between Albertville and Monticello is closed due to a vehicle fire, the Minnesota Department of Transportation and the Minnesota State Patrol announced Monday afternoon.
Yet Another Lettuce Recall In Minnesota
In news that is only good for children who don't like to eat their vegetables, Minnesota now has yet another food produce recall to worry about. You know that there has already been a massive recall on Romaine lettuce, which I swear has been one of those "at risk" foods all year long. Unfortunately,
Paulson accepted for admission to Luther College
Scot Schaeffer, Luther College vice president for enrollment management, has announced that Kailyn Paulson of Princeton has been accepted for admission for the 2019-20 academic year. Paulson has been awarded the President’s Scholarship.
‘Flattered’ by governor’s outreach, Garth Brooks adds a second Minneapolis show
After trading tweets over the weekend with Gov. Mark Dayton, country star Garth Brooks has added a second U.S. Bank Stadium show on May 3. Tickets are $75.77, or $94.95 with fees, and go on sale at 10 a.m. Thursday through Ticketmaster.
Minnesota Vikings Wild Card, Playoff Odds: Updated
MINNEAPOLIS — The Minnesota Vikings got back on track Sunday with an important win at home against the Miami Dolphins. The team (7-6-1 ) still has control over their own destiny, and can clinch a wild card playoff spot as early as next week, with some help from other teams.
Garth Brooks to Play Second Minnesota Show
(KNSI) - Country music superstar Garth Brooks is announcing another show for the Twin Cities. Brooks will be playing Friday, May 3 at U.S. Bank Stadium, in addition to his May 4th concert at the same venue. Garth had hoped to make the announcement in person this morning, but the door to his plane wo
I-94 Eastbound Traffic Stopped Near Albertville Due To Semi-Truck Fire
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Traffic is stopped on Interstate 94 near Albertville Monday afternoon after a semi-truck caught fire. Cars are backed up on the eastbound lanes of I-94 as police and fire personnel work to control the flames.
New fire chief found here in town
Mark Dickinson grew up around fire stations, fire trucks and firefighters. His father, Tom Dickinson, strung together 40 years as a firefighter, including 15 as the chief of the Minneapolis Fire Department to become the second-longest serving fire chief there before retiring in 1998.
Fake News: NO Media Silence About Woman Stabbed 14 Times in Minnesota
Did "not a drop of media coverage" happen about a woman who was stabbed 14 times in Minnesota? And is the media covering up the fact that the attacker was a muslim refugee? No, that's not true: several media outlets reported about the 2017 attack and described the assailant as likely being from Soma
Garth Brooks to hold press conference with Gov. Dayton
So it looks like Garth Brooks WON'T be in St. Paul on Monday morning, but he will be speaking to the media in Minnesota at 9 a.m. Complications with the country star's flight to the Twin Cities has prevented his journey to Minnesota, though he will still be joining Dayton for the presser, albeit via