CABIN

Cabin North of Staples, Minnesota Found All Shot Up

WADENA CO., Minn. (KVRR) — A cabin in rural Wadena County, north of Staples, is found all shot up. It was reported to Wadena County Sheriff’s Office on Monday. A deputy responded to the cabin on Cottingham Drive and found that it had been shot around 11 times, with two rounds going through the walls. There were also 13 dents…

Gov. Walz discourages North Dakotans to travel to Minnesota lake cabins

SAINT PAUL, Minn. – Governor Tim Walz disagrees with Governor Doug Burgum’s office saying it’s ok for North Dakotans to go to their lake cabins in Minnesota. Walz says it’s not wise for anyone to be traveling right now. He adds he wouldn’t ask Minnesotans to travel to North Dakota or elsewhere. Walz says since there’s no federal stay at…

Fire Destroys Cabin in Wadena County

The cause of the fire is unknown.

WADENA COUNTY, Minn.–A cabin was declared a total loss after an early morning fire in Wadena County on Tuesday. The Wadena County Sheriff’s Department responded to the 26000 block of Hubbard Line Road, Huntersville Township at approximately 7:40 a.m. to find the cabin nearly completely burned to the ground. The Menahga and Sebeka Fire Departments quickly arrived and extinguished the…

Non-Tribal Cabin Owners Forced from Leech Lake Properties

Leaders want to reclaim the land to address the reservation's homelessness problem

  LEECH LAKE, Minn, — Some cabin owners are being forced from Leech Lake in northern Minnesota. Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe has decided not to renew nearly 350 waterfront lot leases, meaning non-tribal cabin owners will have to vacate their cabins. Leaders want to reclaim the land to address the reservation’s homelessness problem. Nearly 75 cabin owners will have…