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Naytahwaush woman injured in two-car crash on Highway 59 Sunday

A Naytahwaush woman was injured in a two-car crash Sunday afternoon on Highway 59 at Waubun. Jacqueline Ann Bernacchi, 70, of Naytahwaush was taken to the Mahnomen Health Center with non-life-threatening injuries, according to the State Patrol. The other driver, Kyle Joseph Sandland, 26, of Lake Park was not injured,...
NAYTAHWAUSH, MN
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One injured in Waubun crash

WAUBUN, M.N. (Valley News Live) -Minnesota Highway Patrols says the two SUVs were traveling southbound when they collided on Highway 59 at around 2:30 pm today. The 26-year-old man driving one of the vehicles had the airbag deployed. The 70-year-old woman driving the other vehicle did not deploy. One of...
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CROOKSTON CITY COUNCIL TO MEET ON MONDAY TO DISCUSS AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE FOR SALE OF HEMP DEPRIVED THC FOOD AND BEVERAGES

The Crookston City Council will meet on Monday night at 7:00 p.m. inside the City Hall Council Chambers. The Consent Agenda will include the approval of the City Council from their meeting on July 25, and the approval of the City of Crookston Bills and Disbursements in the amount of $409,609.98. It will also include approving the Ox Cart Dances located at the Downtown Square, and the Display of Fireworks. It will also include the approving an anonymous donation for the Night to Unite. The Consent Agenda will also include approving the partial payment estimate No 4 Final for 2021 Local Funded Street Improvements, and a Dance permit for a Downtown Crookston Development Partnership Event on Tuesday, August 30 and approving the dispensing of intoxicating liquor on premises at a community event on August 30 as well. It will also include the approval of the Crookston Housing & Economic Development Authority’s (CHEDA) agenda for their meetings on Tuesday, August 9, and Monday, August 22. The final items on the Consent Agenda will be to approve a resolution declaring the Public Works equipment and Police Department Impound Vehicles as Surplus Property, and to approve the Golden Link Dance permit for Wednesday, August 17.
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Minnesota Crookston Men’s Basketball Finalizes Roster for 2022-23 Season

CROOKSTON, Minn. – The University of Minnesota Crookston men’s basketball team finalized their roster for the 2022-23 season with the signings of Jordan Mitchell (F, 6-8 205, Columbus, Ohio/Dodge City C.C. (Kan.) and Dezmond Washington (G/F, 6-6 200, Los Angeles, Calif./East Los Angeles College). The two signees join an incoming class that includes: Matthew Allman (G/F, 6-6 190, London, England/Glenville State College (W.V.), Isaiah Bundy-Smith (F, 6-6 210, Rugby, N.D./Golden State Prep (Calif.), Peter Fuchs, Jr. (G, 6-4 190, Wausau, Wis./DME Academy (Fla.), De’Antray Hughes (F, 6-7 205, New Orleans, La./Barton Community College (Kan.), Xzavier Jones (G/F, 6-4 190, Milwaukee, Wis./Iowa Lakes C.C.), Chandler Meeks (G, 6-1 185, Omaha, Neb./Omaha Westside H.S.), Pedro Rossi (F, 6-8 215, Bahía Blanca, Argentina/St. Bonaventure University), and Blaize Sagna (G, 6-3 190, London, England/Howard College (Texas).
CROOKSTON, MN
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ARREST/FIRE REPORT- AUGUST 8, 2022

The Northwest Regional Corrections Center in Crookston reported the following arrests. Angelica Raven Cowan, 28, of Grand Forks, for Driving after cancellation of Driver’s License. Brady Joseph Roggenbuck Werre, 29, no address provided, for Terroristic Threats. Francis Conroy Pual, 41, of Grand Forks, for Obstructing Legal Process by Interfering...
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ARREST/FIRE REPORT- AUGUST 6, 2022

The Northwest Regional Corrections Center in Crookston reported the following arrests. Kyla Mae Goulet, 20, of Crookston, for 2nd-Degree Burglary. Tyler John Motz, 36, of East Grand Forks, for Trespassing. Erica Anne Askjem, 28, of Grand Forks, for being a Fugitive from Justice from another State. Jason Daniel Jarvis, 51,...
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Vendors rave about WE Fest experience

DETROIT LAKES — After the first night of WE Fest, the vendors reported that concert-goers kept the cooks cooking, bartenders pouring and those selling pull-tabs busy. Before noon on Friday, Aug. 5, the concert bowl was immaculate and vendors were setting up for another busy night as microphone checks were conducted and instruments tuned.
DETROIT LAKES, MN
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MONDAY EVENTS FOR CROOKSTON OX CART DAYS 2022

Crookston Ox Cart Days are starting next week with the theme “Lots To Do In ’22!” and true to its name, there are many events to do throughout Crookston from Monday, August 15 to Sunday, August 21. For each day of this week leading up to the Ox Cart Days, we will have the schedule of events that will be held on each day of Ox Cart Days.
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Ada City Council News & Notes from August 3rd Meeting

Ada, MN — The Ada City Council held their regular monthly meeting this Wednesday night, August 3rd. The meeting was held a day later than usual to make room for National Night Out on Tuesday. At the meeting, the council discussed and approved a land purchase request from the Fredrikson-Ganje Funeral Home. Ada Mayor John Hintz says they are looking to expand their parking, but would need to purchase a portion of the city cemetery to do so.
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BULLETIN BOARD – AUGUST 6, 2022

The Rydell National Wildlife Refuge will have a Youth Owl Pellet Dissection Seminar today, from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., and is for youth ages 8 to 16. The Crookston Eagles will not have Bar BINGO today, due to a private event. Trinity Point on Maple Lake is hosting a...
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RED RIVER VALLEY SUGARBEET CROP PROGRESSING NICELY, BUT STILL BEHIND FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR

Summer’s end is coming into view with the first week of August now here, which means for many farmers around Crookston, that harvest of certain crops such as sugar beets is right around the corner. But due to a very wet spring and many unforeseen circumstances, the planting and growing seasons have been anything but ordinary for farmers and workers at American Crystal Sugar.
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UMC ATHLETICS HIRES ASSISTANT VOLLEYBALL COACH

The University of Minnesota Crookston athletic department announced the hiring of Bret Cariveau as interim assistant volleyball coach. Cariveau joins the Golden Eagles after spending the past three years running PU5H VBC, a volleyball club he founded in Western Kentucky. “We are very excited to add Bret to our volleyball...
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ARREST/FIRE REPORT- AUGUST 4, 2022

The Crookston Fire Department (CFD) responded to the following calls on 8/3/2022 – At 2:00 p.m., the CFD responded to the 100 block of Sargent St. for an alarm activation. Upon arrival, it was found that the alarm activation was due to cooking. The CFD used natural ventilation, and there was no danger present. The CFD turned over control to staff and cleared the scene.
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City of Halstad Seeking Feedback for Landmark Facility

City of Halstad Seeking Feedback for Landmark Facility. Halstad, MN — The City of Halstad and the Landmark, formerly the Norman County West High School, are looking for input from community members on how to create and enhance community education and recreational opportunities within the iconic facility. A survey has now been published and Trish Schilling with the City of Halstad says they are looking for thoughts and ideas on how they can provide programs and opportunities that support and build health, knowledge, skills, and character for all ages and stages of life while utilizing cross-generational involvement and community strengths to meet community’s needs.
HALSTAD, MN
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