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Chisholm motorcyclist dies in accident - TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press


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Chisholm motorcyclist dies in accident
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According to the Minnesota State Patrol, Casey M. Lantz, 31 of Chisholm, was driving a motorcycle with Jessica C. Lantz, 32 of Chisholm, northbound on U.S. 169 just before 3 a.m. Saturday.Read the rest of "Chisholm motorcyclist dies in accident -" ...

Chisholm man killed in motorcycle crash

CHISHOLM — A 31-year-old Chisholm man was killed, and his passenger injured, in a motorcycle crash at 2:50 a.m. Saturday at the intersection of highways 169 and 73 in Chisholm.Read the rest of "Chisholm man killed in motorcycle crash" ...

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Chisholm motorcyclist dies in accident - TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press

Northland's NewsCenter Chisholm motorcyclist dies in accidentTwinCities.com-Pioneer PressAccording to the Minnesota State Patrol, Casey M. Lantz, 31 of Chisholm, was driving a motorcycle with Jessica C. ...

Kids Day goes on despite cool temps - Hibbing Daily Tribune

Kids Day goes on despite cool tempsHibbing Daily TribuneCHISHOLM — A mix of cool weather and a few raindrops didn't hamper the fun at the Kiwanis Kids Day celebration Thursday at the Minnesota Museum of Mining in Chisholm. ...

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