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Breckenridge Ready for Another Shot at State Tournament

Cowboys boys basketball is looking for their first win at state since 1978.

BRECKENRIDGE, Minn. — It has been awhile since the Breckenridge boys basketball team has won a game at the Minnesota state tournament. The drought dates all the way back to 1978. One would have to go back 38 more years to find the Cowboys 1940 state basketball championship. This year’s Breckenridge squad has an eye on rewriting history at the…

Moorhead School Board Picks Final 6 Candidates for Superintendent

Two Moorhead Public Area School Employees Are In The Running

MOORHEAD, Minn. — The interim superintendent for Moorhead Public Schools has made the final six. Brandon Lunak is among the school board’s six finalists for the position. The others include Moorhead’s Assistant Superintendent of Learning Melissa Eidsness and superintendents from Pelican Rapids, Long Prairie, Worthington and Cold Spring. They were among 18 applicants to fill the job vacated by the…

Man With Developmental Issues Drops Young Niece From Third-Story Balcony

Man Was Arrested For Third-Degree Assault and Domestic Assault

ST. CLOUD, Minn. — Police in St. Cloud say a 4-year-old girl suffered injuries when she was dropped by her uncle from a third-story balcony. Police don’t know why the 33-year-old man with developmental issues allegedly dropped his niece Sunday afternoon. The girl was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. A witness told police that a man had been…

Badger, Minnesota Sister And Brother To Split Winning Lotto America Jackpot

Debbie Kujava Bought The Ticket Worth $22.8 Million Last Week At Holiday in Roseau

ROSEVILLE, Minn. — The woman who bought a lottery ticket worth nearly $23 million in Roseau last week has come forward with her brother and niece. Debbie Kujava said, “I Took em out, took out my cell phone, I’m looking and that was the last ticket I looked at and I was like ‘woooo’ ya know, I can’t believe this!”…

LIVE: Suicide — The Ripple Effect

Connecting with other survivors, with a film that shares a survivor's amazing story.

It’s a documentary film that tackles one of the toughest topics facing our times, and in spite of its difficult subject matter, “Suicide: The Ripple Effect” is already sold out for this week’s showing at Marcus Theaters. The documentary features the incredible life story of Kevin Hines, who survived an attempt at suicide by jumping off the world-famous Golden Gate…

Community Art Project Creates More than Just a Mosaic for Churches United

They didn't see identity during this project nor did they reflect on homeless versus not homeless

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Churches United was looking for a way to bring their chapel to life, giving residents more of a reason to use the space for personal use. Their unique project connected volunteers around the valley with homeless people in our community. “People I think are not using the chapel because it’s so dull in there and I think…

Suspect Arrested for Two Stabbing Deaths

It happened at a Salvation Army in Rochester, Minnesota

ROCHESTER, Minn. — Police arrested a man in the fatal stabbings of two men at a Salvation Army apartment building in Rochester. The stabbings were reported around 7:15 p.m. Saturday. Officers found two men on the fourth floor of the building “suffering from critical stab wounds.” They were pronounced dead at a hospital. An officer found a man trying to…

MSUM Brings Awareness to Different Cultures with “Celebration of Nations”

MSUM currently has 360 international students spread out across 47 countries

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Several students at Minnesota State University, Moorhead (MSUM) learned new things about various different nations and their cultures. MSUM hosted its annual Celebration of Nations to give international students a chance to teach others about their culture. The university has 360 international students spread out across 47 nations. Leaders of the MSUM International Student program believe the event…

Flood Diversion Authority Submits New Application to Minnesota DNR

The plan impacts much less of rural Minnesota, but adds 2,500 acres of impacted land in Cass County

FARGO, N.D. — After the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) denied the initial diversion application, engineers worked with the Flood Diversion Authority on a new plan that would significantly reduce the impact in rural Minnesota. “The only ones that it really impacts are the ones that are right along the river that were impacted anyway. And we have a highway…

Missing Becker County Man

29 year old Eric Hambleton has been missing since 3/15/2018.

BECKER COUNTY, MN — The Becker County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the publics help in finding a missing man. Eric Sheldon Hambleton, age 29, was last seen near Cormorant Village on 3/10/2018. Hambleton’s family reported him missing on 3/15/2018. If you have information on Hambleton please contact the Becker County Sheriff at 218-847-2661.