Boat Driver Who Broadsided Another Boat Gets Petty Misdemeanor

The driver of a boat that broadsided another boat on an Otter Tail County lake last week has been cited for a petty misdemeanor. Myron Enter of Sioux Falls, S.D., was cited by the Otter County Sheriff’s Department for an incident that happened Wednesday, July 19 on Little McDonald Lake near Perham. Enter, 77, drove…
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Trump’s 59-Percent Approval Rating In N.D. Seems Low

A Gallup poll shows President Donald Trump to have a 59-percent approval rating in North Dakota. Host Mike McFeely believes that seems low. He takes calls and e-mails from listeners on why they approve of Trump. What, specifically, has he done? Also, WDAY-TV meteorologist Jared Piepenburg recaps his walleye-catching exploits in Canada.

Otter Tail County Delays Decision On Star Lake Casino

The Otter Tail County Board of Commissioners earlier this month voted to delay its next decision on a proposed casino/hotel/resort complex on Star Lake. The board will next take up the issue at a hearing Aug. 22 in Fergus Falls, Minn. The commissioners will need to decide whether to accept a voluntary Environmental Assessment Worksheet…
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Is Michele Bachmann Dipping Her Toe In Minnesota Governor Race?

Michele Bachmann was being Michele Bachmann this week, firing up a crowd of Republicans in rural Minnesota with a speech blasting immigration and insinuating a Somali-American cop who shot a white Australian woman in Minneapolis might have done so for “cultural” reasons. Right-wingers, meet red meat. It was a Trump-like performance from the former Congresswoman…
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In His Own Words, Minnesotan Who Survived Getting T-Boned In Boat Describes The Incident

Barnesville, Minn., angler Rob Plath describes the scary situation that occurred earlier this week when his fishing boat was broadsided by another boat that was going 30-35 miles per hour. Also, Heather Klefstad of the Homeward Animal Shelter previews next week’s Paws Walk; University of Minnesota political science professor Larry Jacobs weighs in on whether…
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