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After 58 years, one last trim for Lakeville, Minn., barber

October 22, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald

Reuben “Bud” Mohn, in his crisp white tunic, khaki pants and black-rimmed glasses, stands at the corner station cutting hair while waving at customers and friends through a large bay window. Mohn, 82, is retiring after 58 years in the business — 53 of them at TR’s, the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. Continue Reading

2nd injured Minnesota hockey player gaining feeling

January 9, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald

The St. Croix Lutheran High School senior who was hospitalized after suffering what might have been a paralyzing injury during a hockey game Friday night seemed to be doing better Sunday evening. Continue Reading

PREP HOCKEY: Mood swings for Minnesota’s 2nd seriously injured player, father says

January 9, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald

The father of the second Minnesota hockey player to be seriously injured in just over a week by being checked from behind into the boards said her spirits were “up and down” Sunday and she still had no feeling in her lower body. Continue Reading

Eagan, Minn., father charged after punching son after 8th-grade basketball game

December 20, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald

An Eagan, Minn., father who allegedly punched his son several times after his eighth-grade basketball game earlier this month now faces more serious charges. Continue Reading

Minnesota prep cross-country runner puts race aside to aid injured rival

September 23, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald

Josh Ripley wasn’t concerned about his race time after seeing Lakeville South’s Mark Paulauskas’ lower leg covered in blood. “You could tell something was wrong,” said the 16-year-old, a junior at Andover High School. But they were on the backside of the Applejack Invite 5-kilometer race – a spot where there are no spectators, no coaches, no one to help. Continue Reading

Killebrew’s legacy helping to complete ballfield for kids with disabilities

May 20, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald

Fundraising for the field began a few years ago, and many local sponsors, individual and corporate, have stepped up to the plate. But the last of three Harmon Killebrew Foundation donations, which were described only as “significant,” helped complete the field. The field, which cost $400,000 to construct, will be named Harmon Killebrew Field. Continue Reading

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Lind: More good Goose memories

September 27, 2010 in INFORUM

Here’s a Galloping Goose branchline train story that comes by way of Fargo, Streeter, N.D., and Orinda, Calif. Continue Reading