Friends of the Kirkbride Rally

Leighton Interactive | Mar 2, 2018 AT 8:15 am

The city has retained an attorney group from the Twin Cities to counter the Friends group move.

Richland 44 Update

Leighton Interactive | Mar 2, 2018 AT 8:05 am

Five boys are facing various charges that include hazing, sexual assault and restraint. The Superintendent of the Richland 44 School District has been placed on paid administrative leave.

Nornes on Economic Forecast

Leighton Interactive | Mar 1, 2018 AT 11:27 am

Minnesota Management and Budget issued the state’s February economic forecast Wednesday, and it indicates a $329 million revenue surplus for the biennium ending in June, 2019.

Matthew Torgerson Arrested

Leighton Interactive | Mar 1, 2018 AT 11:08 am

A 35-year-old Fergus Falls man is under arrest and faces additional charges due to the arrest.

Paul Gadow Arrested

Leighton Interactive | Mar 1, 2018 AT 8:12 am

A 22-year-old Fergus Falls man is under arrest for the alleged theft of money from M & H Gas Station while he was employed there.

Husband and Wife Hunting Charges

Leighton Interactive | Mar 1, 2018 AT 8:10 am

A New York Mills husband and wife are facing charges for illegally taking a deer without a license.

Lake Park Bridge Replacement To Begin

Leighton Interactive | Mar 1, 2018 AT 8:01 am

In the City of Lake Park, a long-awaited bridge replacement project is scheduled to begin today.

MN DNR Licenses For 2017 Expire Tonight

James Allen | Feb 28, 2018 AT 8:14 am

All 2018 fishing licenses become effective Thursday, March 1. New licenses are required for 2017 hunting and fishing seasons that continue past Feb. 28.

Fergus Falls School Board Discusses Plans For Active Shooter Scenario

James Allen | Feb 28, 2018 AT 8:12 am

Superintendent Ness along with Chief of Public Safety, Kile Bergren discussed plans and procedures at Monday night’s school board meeting.

Dayton Budget for DMV System Fix

Leighton Interactive | Feb 28, 2018 AT 8:05 am

Rep. Paul Torkelson of says no one wants MN-LARS to shut down, but he says it’s time for the Dayton administration to come up with the cash.