This Week's Top Stories
Steve Hesky | Nov 22, 2020 AT 8:47 am
Here are some of this week's top stories from the KBRFRadio.com Newsroom
Minnesota health officials are updating COVID-19 testing recommendations as a new dial-back period began Friday.
In light of the new restaurant & bar restrictions that go into effect tonight at 11:59 pm through December 18th, GFF will resume publishing an updated list of food service hours and availability on a weekly basis.
The Fergus Falls Downtown Riverfront Council (“FFDRC”) is pleased to announce that planning is underway for the 4th annual Over the River Holiday Festival set for Saturday, December 5th, 2020.
The sentence is eight years and seven months in prison for a St. Cloud teen who a shot a man in Willmar last summer.
Twelve members of the Environmental Justice Advisory Group have resigned over the issuance of a permit for the Enbridge Line-3 pipeline replacement project.
An insurance agent from Wadena is facing federal mail fraud charges.
Shortly before 5:30 Wednesday night 1,100 residents in the Rothsay and Elizabeth areas found themselves without power.
Minnesota Governor Tim Walz has issued Executive Order 20-99, ordering a dial back of specific activities to slow the spread of COVID-19.
The state is getting a couple thousand doses of a new COVID-19 therapy drug that decreases the need for hospitalizations.
COVID-19 is continuing to affect the country and the area. Chief of Public Safety Kile Bergren released a message to the public regarding the pandemic.
The Coronavirus has been spiking in many communities throughout the country and recently the Fergus Falls, Minnesota area has had one of the largest increases in cases.
A Minnesota native and former Army Green Beret is scheduled to enter a guilty plea to federal espionage charges Wednesday. Forty-five-year-old Peter Rafael Dzibinski Debbins was arrested in August.
State Health Commissioner Urges Minnesotans To 'Rethink' Thanksgiving
Minneapolis will no longer host the 2021 N-C-A-A men’s basketball Midwest Regional.
Starting today those who've tested positive for COVID-19, and people they've come in contact with will receive text messages to let them know a health worker will call to contact-trace and provide information about self-isolation.
COVID-19 Cases Surge, the Time to Act is Now
The Becker County Sheriff's office is investigating after a deceased man was found, Saturday in the Pelican River in Detroit Lakes.