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Furnace Causes House Fire in Wadena County

No one was reported injured in the fire.

RED EYE TOWNSHIP, Minn.–A fire heavily damaged a two-story home in Wadena County on Tuesday. The Wadena County Sheriff’s Department received reports of a structure fire on 109th Avenue at approximately 10:35 p.m. When officers arrived, the home was full of smoke and the flames had reached the second floor. Sebeka and Menahga Fire Departments arrived and quickly put the…

How to Keep Your Furnace, Pipes Running Smoothly in the Cold

Technicians say proper maintenance can save your pipes and help your wallet

MOORHEAD, Minn. — As the temperatures plummet further and further below zero, people sometimes turn the heat to the highest levels inside. However, technicians say that could be a troublesome short–term solution that could leave long–term damage to your home’s heating system. “Don’t do a setback on your furnace. Lot of people when they leave, they’ll set it back to 65…

There’s Still Time to Apply for the Heating Assistance Programs in MN & ND

The application deadline is May 31

FARGO, N.D. — As the temperatures continue to drop, North Dakota and Minnesota are reminding residents there’s still time to sign up for heating assistance. If you plan to take advantage of the program, here’s what you need to know about the application process. In a normal year, Cass County Social Services says they receive about 25-hundred applications for their heating…

Turn on the Heat: How to Keep Your Furnace Running All Winter Long

Heating professionals say annual preventive mainenance is the best way to keep a furnace in working shape

FARGO, N.D. — With temperatures dropping furnaces will be firing up, but there are a few things homeowners can do to prevent problems when they flip on the heat for the first time. Service professionals say routine maintenance to your furnace is key to keeping a home warm throughout the winter. “Routine maintenance is a must these days.  Furnace manufacturers…