Great American Think-Off Applicants Must Tackle Income InequalityThis is the last week to submit an entry to be part of the 2016 Great American Think-Off. It's been held every year since 1993 in New York Mills, Minn.
Income Inequality Topic of 2016 Debate At Great America Think-OffThe Minnesota sponsor of the annual Great American Think-Off says income inequality is this year's debate topic. Entrants will debate whether income inequality threatens democracy. Arguments should be based on personal experience and observations.
Authorities ID Victims In Otter Tail County Murder-SuicideAuthorities have identified two people who died in an apparent murder-suicide last week in Otter Tail County. The Otter Tail County Sheriff’s Office responded to the 57000 block of County Highway 56 in New York Mills at about 9:13 p.m. last Wednesday after a 21-year-old woman reported gunshots being fired at a residence.
Sheriff: 1 Dead In Otter Tail Co. Attempted Murder-SuicideAuthorities are investigating an attempted murder-suicide that has left one dead in northwestern Minnesota Wednesday night. The Otter Tail County Sheriff’s Office responded to the 57000 block of County Highway 56 in New York Mills at about 9:13 p.m. Wednesday after a report from a 21-year-old female that gunshots had been fired at a residence. When authorities arrived, they found two men who had been shot.
Deadline Near For Minn. Great American Think-OffThe deadline is approaching for essays in the 21st annual Great American Think-Off.
King Celebration To Travel To New York MillsA Minneapolis-based multicultural theater is bringing its celebration of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. to the New York Mills Cultural Center.
4 Finalists Named For Great American Think-OffThe Minnesota organizers of the 2012 Great American Think-Off have named the four finalists who'll square off in this year's debate.
Lund Boats To Expand New York Mills FacilityThe Brunswick Corp. has announced plans to expand its Lund Boats plant in New York Mills.
Think-Off Question For 2011: Does Poetry Matter?A Minnesota nonprofit has released its annual philosophy question that will lead to one entrant being named "America's Greatest Thinker for 2011."