A proposed Devils Lake oil refinery that would handle 20,000 barrels a day and bring 50 to 100 jobs is being met with some concerns in the Lake Region. The company, American Energy Holdings is hoping to build the refinery within the next two years. But city leaders say that may not be a realistic goal.
It's been 16 days since temperatures were above freezing. And it's this kind of weather that takes its toll on roads. Since our first winter storm, the streets have been cleared of snow, but there is still ice and packed snow that is giving drivers a lot of grief.
A new oil refinery may be built near Devils Lake, according to Mayor Dick Johnson. The 20,000 barrel per day refinery planned by American Energy Holdings LLC would employ 50-100 people. Johnson says it's premature to say a deal is done but "they have interest in us and we have interest in them.
A Thief River Falls man owns 200 tractors, toy tractors that is. Collectible tractor toys and models have been around since the 30s and this weekend they were a huge draw in Thief River Falls.
Our region has seen nothing but bitter cold for the last 4 days. Temperatures have dipped as low as 34 degrees below zero in some areas.
A Northwood family is forced out of their home this week. The family's basement is flooded with almost 200 gallons of fuel oil as the result of one company's mistake.
With the 2013 crop season pretty much at an end, it's time for the 43rd annual Northern Ag Expo.
A food drive with a mathematical twist -- a teacher at St. Bernard's school in Thief River Falls is trying to show her kids how useful math is outside the classroom.
Attorneys held a private meeting Tuesday regarding Alfonso Rodriguez' appeal. Court documents identify the meeting as a status conference.
A couple of Minnesota Turkey's and the family that raised them are gearing up for national spotlight. The Burkel family of Badger, Minnesota, will present a turkey to President Obama to be pardoned.