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If there's a Cloud Nine in the Seventh Heaven of a Minnesotan's Happy Place, Vikings fans are there, right now, just hours after a nail-biter victory that sent the team to the NFC Championship game vs. the Eagles. Some of the reaction making the rounds on social media caught that incredible moment:
When the thermometer hits a dangerous 20 below zero, it’s probably easiest (and safest) to curl up on the couch with a blanket and a good TV show to binge. No one would blame you if you did. But, if you’re the adventurous type, or just bored out of your wits, you should know that this frigid weather offers up an opportunity for some nifty cold-weather stunts.
Chances are, your household is starting to amass a decent collection of screens and devices as you buy the latest phones, tablets, laptops and computers. They can still run apps and do stuff, so you don’t have the heart to throw them out. Don’t just let them clutter up your junk drawer, though. Here’s a few ideas to put them to good use.
Yesterday's winter storm certainly did enough to disrupt life in the region with its sharp winds and icy roads, but it didn't amount to much snow-wise in the Red River Valley. Some areas in northern Minnesota did receive snow totals as high as 11 inches, however. Here are a selection of snowfall totals from across the region as reported Tuesday morning, Dec. 5, by the National Weather Service in Grand Forks . Totals will likely be updated as the day goes on.
Move over, Bo and Luke Duke. When it comes to slick driving tricks, this Minnesota highway patrolman might have you licked.
WAUBUN, Minn. – Two Moorhead residents are seriously hurt after a crash in Mahnomen County. The crash occurred just after 8 p.m. Monday, Dec. 12 on Highway 113, west of...