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Waterfowl season

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources expects duck hunting to be good when Minnesota's regular waterfowl season opens a half-hour before sunrise this Saturday. Wetland habitat conditions are variable across the state, with some dry conditions in the northern portion of the state. The duck season structure is similar to recent years. The waterfowl seasons are based on a federal framework that applies to all states in the Mississippi Flyway. Waterfowl hunting regulations are available wherever DNR licenses are sold and regulations are available online at Duck season will be open for 60 days in each of the three waterfowl zones: • In the north zone, duck season is Sept. 22 through Tuesday, Nov. 20.

  • Here In the central zone, , duck season is Sept. 22 through Sept. 30, closes for five days, then reopens Oct. 6, and runs through Nov. 25.
  • In the south zone, duck season is Sept. 22 through Sept. 30, closes for 12 days, then reopens Oct. 13, and runs through Dec. 2. The daily duck bag limit remains six per day. The mallard bag limit remains four per day, including no more than two hen mallards. The daily bag limits are three for wood duck and scaup; and two for redheads, canvasbacks, pintails and black ducks. Minnesota's goose season will reopen in conjunction with the duck season statewide on Sept. 22, with a bag limit of three dark geese per day the entire season.

    Suspect identified in standoff

    SAUK CENTRE — The man taken into custody after a two-hour hour standoff Thursday in Sauk Centre, as well as the three officers who fired shots or used or a Taser in the incident, were identified Saturday by the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension. The bureau issued a statement saying 31 year old Ramey Olson, of Alexandria, is the man who was shot by law enforcement during a standoff in Sauk Centre Thursday.Olson was released from the hospital Saturday and booked at Stearns County Jail on suspicion of felony assault, according to the agency. Stearns County Attorney Janelle Kendall said Friday that the county attorney's office was expected to file charges Today (Monday.) During the incident, Stearns County Deputy Paul Orvis was struck by a target arrow, which went through his left forearm, according to Sheriff Don Gudmundson at a Thursday afternoon press conference at the Stearns County Administration Center in St. Cloud. Orvis has been released from the hospital and is "expected to be back to work in the near future," according to the Stearns County Sheriff's Office newsletter. After Orvis was struck by the arrow fired from the compound bow, several law enforcement officers then fired their weapons, according to Gudmundson. The sheriff said the suspect sustained gunshot wounds in the "shoulder, buttocks, and a graze wound on his hand." The BCA media release identified officers discharging a firearm as Minnesota State Patrol Trooper Anthony Butler and Melrose Police Officer Patrick Nechanicky. It also said Sauk Centre Sgt. Joseph Jensen discharged his Taser. Butler and Nechanicky are on standard administrative leave, according to the release.


    Todd County Sheriff

    On Wednesday (9/5/18) night at 6:21 pm the Todd County Sheriff's Office responded to a report of a power lines down on 500th Street near 195th Avenue in Barlett Township. A Forage Harvester driven by Jordan Burns of rural Browerville struck the power lines. Todd Wadena Electric was able to fix the lines, nobody was injured as a result of the accident.



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