Ron Stahl is glad to be taking part in the annual tradition, despite the fact the weather is not ideal. “It was cool,” he said. “It was windy, and we saw some snowflakes.”
Gov. Mark Dayton heads to Park Rapids for the 2013 Minnesota Governor’s Fishing Opener and one of the iciest starts ever to the walleye season.
Park Rapids will be jumping in mere hours with the arrival of the Governor. Tim Young is a great ambassador for the ice-cold 2013 fishing opener. He’s been here before.
The steady lap of waves on Fish Hook Lake has been replaced by sheets of ice that better resemble wind chimes. Warm weather, wind, and some recent rain have helped, but Gov. Mark Dayton likely won’t see ice out here by Saturday. Dennis Mackedanz is in charge of planning this year’s opener. He’s thought of everything. But there’s not much he can do about the hand mother nature has dealt.
Nothing builds teamwork like overcoming a tough challenge together. That’s why corporate teams, athletes and thrill-seekers can be found climbing trees and scaling high-wires in Minnesota’s Northwoods.
Even though the calendar says spring, the National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for northern Minnesota.
Minnesota is home to a lot of creative people. They’re the ones who come up with innovative, entertaining ideas in the workplace, on stage or even off the beaten path.
A North Dakota teen has pleaded guilty to dealing synthetic drugs that led to the overdose death of a Grand Forks teen.
Wesley Sweeney, of Manvel, appeared Friday in federal court. He pleaded guilty to a charge of conspiracy to distribute drugs that resulted in death.
A 23-year-old Park Rapids man was found guilty Thursday of 11 counts in connection with the July 14 crash in Hubbard County that killed one and injured an infant.
An Akeley man will spend 44 months in prison for a violent attack on a state trooper. Elijah Knowles was stopped for drunk driving in October last year.
Next year’s Governor’s Fishing Opener will be held in the Park Rapids area in northwest Minnesota.
The Minnesota State Patrol is investigating a fatal accident that happened on Highway 34 in Hubbard County Thursday night.
The storm damage caused in the resort town of Park Rapids, Minn. was determined to be a tornado.
People in Park Rapids are cleaning up, after a Memorial Day storm blew through town.
Police say a murder-suicide claimed the lives of a husband and wife from northern Minnesota.