Crookston Times - Crookston, MN
Updated at 10:04 AM

I wasn’t surprised this week when reports released by the Senate Intelligence Committee confirmed the brutal torture of enemy detainees, but the reaction from the media was abhorrent.For me, this isn’t a battle of right versus left or a feckless attempt for the Obama Administration to stain the Bush legacy. This is government accountability.

Posted at 10:00 AM

A 1-year-old boy is dead in Brooklyn Park in what police are calling an assault case.

Updated at 10:00 AM

Few things are as important to me – or as sacred – as stories. I listened to stories before I could walk, and I told my own before I could read. That’s one of the reasons I enjoy this time of year. We gather around the table and retell the story of...

Updated at 9:53 AM

In his almost-a-year on the job, City Administrator Shannon Stassen has mentioned on more than one occasion that the city needs to be “consumer-friendly” when dealing with its residents in situations that provide an opportunity for...

Updated at 9:50 AM

By Gail CiampaMore Content NowSearching for a lovely Hanukkah gift that combines culture, history and food?

Updated at 9:49 AM

Peter Jackson, New Zealand’s best known writer-director-producer of films that have been happily boggling viewers’ minds for the past couple of decades, appeared to be very relaxed the morning after his newest, “The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five...

Updated at 9:49 AM

At the Lions Christmas party recently Betty Arvidson was awarded the Melvin Jones Award and Tom Anderson was awarded the Helen Keller Award.

Updated at 9:44 AM

Students from Fertile-Beltarmi High School visited the University of Minnesota Crookston for an experience on research techniques this week.

Updated at 9:42 AM

Was it the times we laughed, shared, and called…just because…that I miss? Or did you stop calling just because and therefore, you’re missed?

Posted at 9:30 AM

Minnesota Wild defenseman Keith Ballard has been released from the hospital, diagnosed with multiple facial fractures and a concussion after a collision with the boards.

Posted at 9:30 AM

Williston commissioners have suspended the booze licenses of the oil boomtown's two strip clubs for the second time since last year for what police say are an excessive number of complaints about disorderly behavior.

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