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OTTER TAIL COUNTY

Samantha Holte was found safe and the Otter Tail County Sheriff's Office would like to thank the public for the information that was provided, according to an Aug. 9 news release.
Samantha Holte was last seen July 31
The homeowner said the officer then told the intoxicated man to get up off the couch, and when the man didn’t comply, the officer talked about tasing him, which motivated the man to his feet. She said the officer then brought the man to his patrol car and her husband followed them outside.
After family realized the child was missing, a search ensued and the child's father found the boy face-down in the water near the shore, the Otter Tail County Sheriff's Office said.

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The 70-year-old man lost control of his motorcycle on County Highway 4 southwest of Vergas on Friday morning, suffering fatal injuries. Witnesses say the man crossed the center line, entered a ditch, and proceeded to enter Lawrence Lake.
A 70-year-old male lost control of his motorcycle on County Highway 4 southwest of Vergas on Friday morning, suffering fatal injuries. Witnesses say the man crossed the center line, entered a ditch, and proceeded to enter Lawrence Lake.
The head-on crash involving two vehicles left one dead and two in critical condition Thursday, July 28.
Using his own money and time, Bob Riepe found out who is buried at the cemetery using homemade grave markers.
All parties were wearing seat belts, roads were dry and alcohol was not a factor in the crash, the cause of which was unclear Sunday afternoon.
In May, Derrick Sundeen pleaded guilty to charges of second-degree assault and fourth-degree DWI. The remaining four counts against him were dismissed on Friday, when he was sentenced to serve 180 days in jail.

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Perham racer thankful for local support
St. Cloud State University professor Scott Miller tries to complement surrounding sounds, a process like adding strings to percussion instruments already there.
The latest attempt to save part of the building came from the Fergus Falls School District, which wanted to turn part of the structure into an elementary school.

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