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Burning Restriction Remain for St. Cloud, Area Counties

The DNR has removed burning and campfire restrictions for parts of Minnesota - but not for us. 18 counties in east-central Minnesota remain under the restrictions. The counties include: Benton, Mille Lacs, Morrison, Scherburne, Stearns, Todd and Wright.

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Kevork Djansezian, Getty Images
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Minnesotans Asked to Help Reduce Fire Danger

With fire danger high, Minnesota officials are asking for the public's help in reducing the risk of wildfires. Department of Natural Resources Commissioner Tom Landwehr says Minnesota has "a unique and dangerous combination of fires that are not yet well contained up north," while the southern part of the state has "a serious fire risk."

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DNR: Campfires, Open Burning Restricted Started Sunday

Our dry conditions have prompted the state to put some campfire restrictions in place. The Department of Natural Resources will put restrictions on campfires and open burning in 22 counties, starting this Sunday.

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M Glasgow, Flickr
M Glasgow, Flickr
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Minnesota Deer Hunting Licenses Now On Sale

Minnesota deer hunting licenses are now on sale for the coming season. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says hunters who want to hunt in a lottery area must apply by Sept. 6.

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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, flickr
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Minnesota Taking Applications For Upcoming Wolf Season

Minnesota is taking applications for its upcoming wolf hunting and trapping season. The state will award 6,000 licenses by lottery for a statewide target harvest of 400 wolves. The statewide bag limit is one wolf.

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DNR: Eurasian Milfoil Found in Morrison Co. Lake

Eurasian Watermilfoil has been found in a Morrison County lake. The Department of Natural Resources says it was discovered growing in several locations in the northwest area in Lake Shamineau, as well as to the east of the public boat access.

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DNR to Test Rifle Training in State Parks

Minnesota Department of Natural Resources officials are considering holding firearms safety training in state parks. It's to accommodate a growing demand for classes.

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Rain in May Creates Washed Out Minnesota Trails

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is warning hikers and mountain bikers that heavy rain during the month of May has washed out some trails. Boaters are also being warned that the state's second-wettest May on record has created rising water levels at boat landings.

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State Park Campsites Getting Booked-Up

Despite a glitch in the online reservation system earlier this year, the number of camping reservations at State Parks is up so far this year. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says cabin and campsite reservations are up four-percent for this Saturday, for the Memorial Day weekend.

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Martin Cathrae, Flickr
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Minnesota Releases Wolf Hunting, Trapping Plans

Minnesota is releasing details about its plans for the state's first regulated wolf hunting and trapping season. The wolf season will start Nov. 3 when the firearms deer season opens.

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