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Crookston Times - Crookston, MN
Updated at 10:00 AM

Fear not. For behold, I bring you tidings of great joy: Easter is not just a single day but a 50-day season of resurrection glory! Thus, you can keep the jelly bean sugar high going with reckless abandon. Grab those Peeps (which taste better when they’re slightly stale anyway). Finish the giant chocolate bunny you’ve already decapitated. Live into the joy without guilt.

Updated at 10:00 AM

The camp staff will also include Assistant Coach Betsey McIntyre, as well as current UMC soccer players.

Posted at 10:00 AM

The man who runs Minnesota's online health insurance marketplace says there is plenty of work ahead as it prepares for a new round this fall of trying to get as many residents signed up for coverage as possible, as smoothly as possible.

Posted at 10:00 AM

The Minnesota House passed legislation on Wednesday that bans gun possession by those convicted of child or domestic abuse and those subject to restraining orders.

Posted at 9:30 AM

A window shatters. The sound of footsteps is followed by sharp cracks of gunshots, a teenager's groans and a fall. Minutes later, there are more bangs and screams from another teen before she, too, was silenced by a central Minnesota homeowner who...

Updated at 9:26 AM

Cue the faux outrage machines and symbolic punishments. We’ve got a racial situation that reached embarrassment level orange.

Updated at 8:58 AM

Authorities say a 19-year-old Minot man is accused of making illegal Internet-related contacts with children.

Updated at 8:55 AM

One more Minnesota Senate panel has approved legislation that would legalize medical marijuana.

Updated at 8:53 AM

In the newsFord Motor Co. announced this morning that CEO Alan Mulally, 68, will retire July 1. His...

Updated at 8:49 AM

Gov. Mark Dayton appealed Wednesday for a "unity of purpose" among lawmakers seeking to push Minnesota forward, saying differing political philosophies shouldn't keep them from achieving progress in a state that he says is "much better than before."

Updated at 8:44 AM

She may not have been able to take first place, and a $5,000 scholarship, in the Chevy Scholarship Program’s competition for Facebook likes – coming in a close second – but Crookston High School senior Torrie Greer won a $500...

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