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DOUGLAS COUNTY

Alex Letvin says many lakes in his work area are going through a transition with clearing waters and expanded vegetation. It's a change that naturally benefits fish species like northern pike and largemouth bass. What might that look like for walleye on some of these waters going forward?
A home at the corner of Donna Drive and Meadow Lane was ripped apart.
Jeff Roste has 35,000 Marshmallow Mitts in a warehouse, and 35,000 Hot Dog Mitts coming in July.
Archive Dive is a monthly podcast hosted by reporter Maria Lockwood. Episodes dip into the archives of historic events, people and places in Superior and Douglas County with local historians.

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Archive Dive is a monthly podcast hosted by reporter Maria Lockwood. Episodes dip into the archives of historic events, people and places in Superior and Douglas County with local historians.
Where don't people go on the properties you hunt? Even on a small scale, that's likely where deer are moving during times of high hunting pressure. Eric Morken breaks down two examples from what he observed on hunts during the 2021 archery season.
Alexandria area fishing guide Mike Frisch lays out his 2022 wish list for largemouth and smallmouth bass from spring to fall.
On Feb. 23, the Minnesota Department of Health and Wisconsin Department of Health Services recorded 316 new cases of COVID-19 in the Northland and three COVID-related deaths.
ST. PAUL -- Hennepin County Sheriff David Hutchinson was driving drunk at extremely high speeds in a county-owned vehicle, topping 126 mph before rolling it over on Interstate 94 last month near Alexandria, Minn., according to a newly released Minnesota State Patrol report.
A urine sample showed Hennepin County Sheriff David Hutchinson had a blood alcohol content of .13, according to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety.

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The vehicle he was driving left the road and struck an embankment. He was pronounced dead on the scene.
The top law enforcement official of Minnesota's largest county admitted to drinking before crashing a county-issued vehicle near Alexandria.
The crash happened around 2:30 a.m. Wednesday about 5 miles east of Alexandria, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.

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