Eldon D. Topp, 80, of Pequot Lakes, died Monday, January 26, 2015 at Good Samaritan Village in Pine River. Services will be held at 1:00 PM, Monday, February 2, 2015 at Farmington Lutheran Church in Farmington, MN.
A southern Minnesota man is accused of choking his girlfriend and biting off part of her ear after earlier setting her cat on fire. A charging document filed in Carver County says Michael Anthony Trudeau argued with the woman at her apartment in Chaska last Sunday and threatened to kill her.
A Nebraska-based food company has announced it will stop producing a rye cracker made exclusively at a Minneapolis plant. According to a statement released Wednesday, ConAgra has decided to stop making RyKrisp crackers due to low demand, although the product was once popular among dieters and Scandinavians.
A Minnesota lawmaker wants parents who don't vaccinate their children to meet with a doctor first. Rep. Mike Freiberg has a bill that would require those parents to learn about vaccines and their impact on diseases from a health care provider.
Increasing enrollment in the Sauk Rapids-Rice district is leading to potential space crunches in their buildings. The district recently approved the process to hire an architect to study its buildings.
With a win tonight, the Wild would be just five points out of a playoff spot. With a loss they would be out by nine. With a few teams to jump in the standings it's still a bit of a longshot for Minnesota to make the playoffs, but a win Thursday would certainly give them a big confidence boost.
The ROCORI Spartans will look to get revenge for a mid-December loss in Cold Spring when they take on the Tigers at Tech High School Thursday night on WJON. Since ROCORI lost to Tech back on December 12th, the Spartans are 12-1. ROCORI boasts a 14-4 record this season, including an 8-2 mark in the Central Lakes Conference. The Spartans were just 4-23 last season.
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