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In a text message Friday morning, Brett Alsleben of Points North Services said they are trying to get the road back open by the end of the weekend.
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Vaughn Murray’s limo fish house, which is parked within casting distance of his dock on the Ontario side of the Rainy River, has four holes and electric heat.
Cougar sightings have become more common in Minnesota than they were 20 years ago, but the Department of Natural Resources maintains the state does not have a breeding population of the big cats.
Closer to home, I’ve never encountered anything that rivals a mountain lion, but there definitely have been a few encounters that stand out.

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The ice road across Lake of the Woods, which will allow visitors traveling by road to bypass Canada, is scheduled to open Friday.
Since coming to the University of North Dakota in 2019, the birdwatcher and aspiring wildlife photographer has taken his passion to a new level, exploring Grand Forks and the surrounding area with keen ears, keen eyes and a Nikon camera with a very large lens, to observe and photograph birds.
Lake of the Woods, Devils Lake, Upper Red Lake and Lake Winnipeg all rank highly as prime ice fishing spots, but don't overlook smaller North Dakota lakes and sloughs.
In a news release, FishingBooker ranked Brainerd, Minnesota, area first with Lake Habeeb in Maryland and Devils Lake in North Dakota following behind.
The DNR implemented the rule Oct. 11 after learning that a CWD-positive farm in Wisconsin shipped 387 farmed white-tailed deer to farms in seven states, including Minnesota.
Hunting dates in the CWD management units, including permit areas 261 and 262 along the Red River, are Friday, Dec. 17, through Sunday, Dec. 19, and Friday, Dec. 31, through Sunday, Jan. 2, the DNR said. Hunters can participate in both hunts using any unfilled archery, firearms, muzzleloader or landowner deer hunting license. Hunters who filled their tags can purchase disease management permits for $2.50.

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The facility could provide temporary relief for a growing manufacturer.
Nineteen-year-old farmhand George Miller maintained his innocence all the way to the gallows after he was convicted of murdering an Inkster, N.D., farmer's wife and 11-year-old son in 1885.
The moose was downright intrigued by the machine, walking right up to it for an up-close-and-personal look.

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