Minnesota’s need for rural health care services is growing at exactly the time the number of health care professionals is shrinking. In six of the largest counties in northwestern Minnesota around Crookston, it’s a crisis.
Police in Mora are asking for the public’s help after a large wood processor was stolen from a business. Authorities said the incident happened at about 6 a.m. Tuesday on the 2200 block of Highway 65 in Mora.
The Minnesota Court of Appeals says fear of harm is not a defense against losing one’s driver’s license for drunken driving. The case involved a Monticello couple who got into a drunken argument at the Fish Lake Resort in Mora that turned physical back at their family cabin. After Jennifer Axelberg took refuge in her car, Jason Axelberg punched and cracked the windshield. Fearing for her safety, she drove back to the resort where a bystander called police. He was arrested on suspicion of domestic assault while she was arrested on suspicion of driving while impaired. The state revoked her license for a year.
Authorities are investigating after a 7-year-old boy died on Christmas Day after being hit by a car at his home in Kanabec County, authorities said.
A former Minnesota high school principal is accused of stealing more than $37,000 that was supposed to go to his school’s baseball team.
Two Republicans seeking an open Minnesota House seat in the Mora area are planning to help each other after the Aug. 14 primary, no matter who wins.
The rural roads of Kanabec county may appear to be lonely, and the pace a little bit slow. But that doesn’t mean the women of central Minnesota can’t be divas.
It was a car ride the Heath family will never forget. A mother, father and their toddler were taking the half-hour trip from their home near Mora to Cambridge welcome a new addition to their family.
It’s one of only four that take place around the world each year: the Mora Vasaloppet USA. And in 2012, the U.S. version of the Swedish ski race turns 40.
The woman who escaped last week’s apartment fire that killed three people in Mora remains in fair condition.
The Minnesota Fire Marshal says it appears the fire that killed three people in Mora, Minn. last week was accidental.
We’re learning more about a father and son who were killed when the quad plex they live in caught fire on Thursday. Coleman Caley, 12, and his dad, Michael, couldn’t make it out of the burning apartment. Neither did 68-year-old Shirley Norling.
Three people were killed and another person was critically injured in a Thursday morning apartment fire.
Authorities say a teenager accidentally shot and killed himself trying to remove his jacket while hunting in central Minnesota.
A 6-year-old Mora boy remains hospitalized after he was hit by a car while trying to get on a school bus.