Grand Rapids News

10/16/2017 08:35 PM  ~~~Source~~~
Grand Rapids Woman Sentenced to 30 Years in Beheading Death 

Kayleene Danielle Greniger has been sentenced to more than 30 years in prison for her role in a beheading death. A Grand Rapids woman has been sentenced to more than 30 years for her role in the brutal death of David Haiman of Hibbing.

10/10/2017 02:07 AM  ~~~Source~~~
Climatologist sees warmer, wetter weather 

A Minnesota Department of Natural Resources senior climatologist discussed Minnesota's most important climate trends and what the best available science says we should expect in the years and decades ahead. "Minnesota is getting warmer and wetter.

10/05/2017 12:56 PM  ~~~Source~~~
They see the world in a new way 

When the Minnesota Phenology Network holds its eighth annual gathering in a couple of weeks in Lake Itasca, Minn., very little about the natural world will go unnoticed. Ducks and geese flying overhead will be spotted and their numbers and species recorded, as will the last leaves to drop from the region's maples and aspens.

10/04/2017 01:04 PM  ~~~Source~~~
Iron Mining Association membership 'eye opening' for Hallett Dock 

The Iron Mining Association of MN celebrates its 25th anniversary this year. The association represents Minnesota's iron mines and more than 150 businesses that supply goods and services to the industry.

10/02/2017 04:25 PM  ~~~Source~~~
Dayton OKs reboot of bankrupt Essar Steel project on Iron Range 

An Atlas Copco pit viper drill in 2014 sat on the site of Essar Steel Minnesota's stalled taconite mine project in Nashwauk, Minn. The governor gave his OK to Chippewa Capital Partners to take over.

09/29/2017 11:01 AM  ~~~Source~~~
Check Out The Fall Colors At Grand Rapids 

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09/26/2017 09:38 AM  ~~~Source~~~
Wrongful death in methadone clinic case settled: Mom speaks out 

A wrongful death lawsuit has been settled between Pinnacle Recovery Services and its doctor in a case involving a 26-year-old man who died in 2014 from an accidental overdose prescribed methadone. Dr. John Stroemer, named as one of the defendants, was one of the managing partners of the methadone clinic in Brainerd.