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UPDATE: High-speed chase in Bemidji ends in fatality - Bemidji Pioneer

UPDATE: High-speed chase in Bemidji ends in fatality
Bemidji Pioneer
BEMIDJI -- A high-speed pursuit through Bemidji ended in a fatality this afternoon. The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension is investigating the pursuit and shooting. The driver was found with a single gunshot Read the rest of "UPDATE: High-speed chase in Bemidji ends" ...

Three injured in crash - Brainerd Daily Dispatch

Three injured in crash
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By Brainerd Dispatch Today at 7:15 p.m.. Email Tweet. Three people were injured Friday in a crash on Highway 200, according to the Minnesota State Patrol. According to the report, Jun Tao, 28, of Houghton, Mich., was driving at 12:38 p.m.Read the rest of "Three injured in crash - Brainerd Daily " ...


A 'Sweet Summer' night - Hibbing Daily Tribune

A 'Sweet Summer' nightHibbing Daily TribuneChisholm Gospel Quartet with members tenor Keith Stolhammer, lead Paul McNeal, baritone Larry Choat and bass Dave Laughton kicked off the event. ...

DNR announces conservative season - Hibbing Daily Tribune

DNR announces conservative seasonHibbing Daily TribuneBut northeastern Minnesota areas are almost exclusively within the no-does zone during the season that will stretch Nov. ...

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The map that changed the world

When Benjamin Franklin helped negotiate the Treaty of Paris in 1783 that ended America's Revolutionary War, he used a map called The Mitchell Map, to fix the international boundary.The Mitchell Map was created by a gentleman named John Mitchell, and one of the interesting things about him was that he was not a professional map maker or geographer. ...


Did you know the ground beneath you is moving? It’s true. The earth’s upper crust, the stuff we stand on, is actually “floating” along on things we call “plates.” How fast does it move? Most plates move about two inches per year. ...

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