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Snowmobile Safety Urged as Season Nears

Last year there were 13 snowmobile related deaths in Minnesota and many more injuries. The statistics come as DNR officials are reminding snowmobilers to brush up on their safety skills.

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DNR: Ice Still too Thin to Play On

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is warning the ice on the state's lakes and rivers is still too thin to play on, so parents should keep a sharp eye on their children during the Thanksgiving holiday.

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Charles & Clint, Flickr
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Good Weather Credited With Better Deer Hunting

Good weather and Veterans Day falling on a Friday are being credited for improved hunter success after a slow start to Minnesota's firearms deer season.

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Winter hazard Awareness Week Day Two: Outdoor Winter Safety

As the temperatures start to drop, ice will begin forming on area lakes and rivers. That has the DNR's Water Safety Specialist Tim Smalley concerned. He says today's topic for Winter Hazard Awareness Week is Outdoor Winter Safety and with that comes the need to be extra cautious around thin ice.

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DNR Reminds Firearms Hunters of Rules

The Minnesota DNR is reminding deer hunters of the most common violations they find each year to help you avoid them this season. Last year Conservation Officers wrote 1,110 citations or warnings during the firearms season.

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Deer Hunting Season Provides Economic Boost to MN

Minnesota's firearm deer hunting season opens Saturday and for non-hunters, you may be wondering....what's the big deal?

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Marilyn Indahl/Getty Images
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Twins’ Broken Bats Program Means 16,800 New Trees

Minnesota state parks and trails can expect thousands of new trees next year, thanks to a Minnesota Twins' partnership with the Department of Natural Resources.

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DNR Offers Tips for Pheasant Hunters

As the pheasant hunting season opens Saturday, the Minnesota DNR has some tips for hunters as they search for the elusive "Ringneck." The DNR says pheasants are creatures of habit.

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Stearns County Environmental Services
Stearns County Environmental Services
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Flood Damaged Property May Need Permit Before Fix-Up

Stearns County has a reminder for homeowners whose property was damaged by high water or flooding this summer. Stearns County wants residents to know that if your shorelines and structures were damaged because of high water you may need a permit before doing any work.

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DNR Lifting Last of MN Campfire Restrictions

The Department of Natural Resources is lifting the remaining campfire restrictions in northeastern Minnesota on Friday. The DNR says recent rains, cool weather and higher evening humidity are making it less likely for campfires to cause a wildfire in that part of Minnesota.

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