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Lorie Skarpness

Gilligan was last seen Dec. 18. On Dec. 19, Debbie Center went to the lake to check on him, but saw nothing but ice from her viewing spot 1,700 feet away.
Loon lovers hope for a happy ending as the young loon struggles to elude eagles and find enough room to take off.
Elk roaming free in northwestern Minnesota today are the result of a program at Itasca State Park to reintroduce the species to the state.
Because of the drought, the changing colors of leaves might not be quite as dramatic as other years but a little more muted.
Equine therapy offers many physical and mental health benefits.
Kal Handyside ended up at CHI St. Joseph’s Health in Park Rapids recently following an unusual reaction that may have been caused by a brown recluse spider.
Extreme drought in the north woods is making it hard for bears to find food sources needed to prepare for hibernation.
Genealogy work is the number one hobby in this country. An unusual project has made locating ancestral graves easier, including those at cemeteries in Hubbard County and in adjoining states.
Every Fourth of July for the past 21 years, Jim Kimbllin has called Hubbard County Chief Deputy Scott Parks to thank him for arresting him.
A van decorated with an American flag and soaring eagle is a symbol of hope and new beginnings for both its driver and passengers.