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Marrow Donor Attends Wedding of Man He Saved

A special guest was present when Adam Myers and Sloan Braith got married Saturday, a man they'd never met but who made their big day possible.

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Minn. Man Suffering from Medical Condition Runs SUV into Church

A 59-year-old man driving an SUV suffered a medical condition and ran into an Otter Tail County church Saturday morning.

The incident happened at Our Savior's Ten Mile Lutheran Church in Dalton just after 10:30 a.m.

Plans to Transfer Bison to Second Park Hit Delays

Minneopa State Park - Photo: Wikimedia Commons

State wildlife officials were planning to transfer 15 to 20 bison to Minneopa State Park this year, but the move will be delayed at least a year because of financial and other issues.

A St. Cloud Times report says the transfer was meant to create the second bison herd within the state park system. There are about 96 bison on the 560 acres of Blue Mounds State Park.

Woman Thrown from Horse, Seriously Injured in Chisago Co.

A 53-year-old woman was airlifted to the hospital after she was thrown from a horse in Chisago County on Saturday afternoon.

The incident happened just before 12:30 p.m. in Lent Township.

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Man Dies after Losing Control of Motorcycle in Northern Minnesota

A 31-year-old man died after his motorcycle ran off the road in northern Minnesota early Saturday morning.

The incident happened on Highway 73 in Chisholm just before 3 a.m.

Zebra Mussels Spread to Cass Lake in NW Minnesota

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says zebra mussels have spread to a popular fishing lake in northwestern Minnesota.
The agency said Friday the invasive pest was confirmed in Cass Lake in Cass County.
Someone found the zebra mussels this week while collecting shells on the beach on Cedar Island.

Grants Awarded to Help Aging Minnesotans Stay in Homes Longer

Organizations across the state aimed at helping older Minnesotans stay in their homes received grants totaling more than $5.3 million Friday.

Legislators voted to give money to projects that help aging residents, focusing on services like indoor and outdoor chore services, grocery deliveries, home repairs and adult day services.