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Fortunately for the deer, the landowner just happened to stop at this spot to set up a trail cam when he spotted the deer in distress.
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.
Perham racer thankful for local support
Kira, a rescued dog from Perham, will be featured on 40,000 cans of Busch beer this fall after winning the Busch Bark Bracket, part of the company's "dog brew" series to be sold nationwide.
No one likes to consider the worst "what ifs" when it comes to their health and mortality, but worst-case scenarios are something people need to be prepared for. Having an advanced care plan in place helps loved ones and health care workers make treatment decisions in an emergency, and guarantees a patient's wishes are fulfilled.
A native of Perham, Hepola returned to his home state in 2015 as a KARE anchor, where he won two Emmy Awards for outstanding TV anchor in 2016 and 2018.

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Smith died on Wednesday, Dec. 15 of an illness obtained from line of duty service. Smith dedicated 14 years to law enforcement.
For the estimated 18% of real-tree buyers who opt to cut their own Christmas tree, the ritual is as much about the experience as it is about the perfect pine. Local tree farms have worked hard to make that experience merry and bright, by adding extras like Santa Claus visits, gift shops, craft classes, bonfires for making s’mores and sled rides featuring live reindeer.
Most people go their whole lives without knowing anything about childhood cancer, and for a while, the Hartwig family of Perham were some of those people. Unfortunately, all of that changed one July night in Fargo.

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