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was sentenced Dec 27 on a felony charge of mistreatment — torture of animals Two identical felony charges were dropped in a plea agreementAccording to court records on Jan 24 the White Earth Tribal Police Department was contacted about three dead horses on property near Strawberry Lake Store on the White Earth Reservation in Becker CountyA police investigator talked to a woman from out of the country who had left her horse in Dahl’s care Dahl also had two horses of his own on the property She had wired money to Dahl to buy hay for the horses and had been texting him about the welfare of the horses The investigator reviewed the textsOn Jan 30 the police investigator and a veterinarian with the Minnesota Board of Animal Health went to the property to examine the dead horses They determined the horses had lost significant body condition there was little or no food available there and there was evidence that their nutritional needs had not been met Hypothermia and starvation during extremely cold winter weather may have contributed to their deathsOn Dec 27 Dahl appeared before District Judge Jay Carlson who stayed imposition of sentence and ordered him to serve 18 days in jail with credit for two days served and fined him $1000 plus $1090 in court fees and $44 in restitution He was ordered to get a complete diagnostic assessment and follow the recommendations with his probation officer to monitor the processHe is not allowed to have ownership custody or control of any pet or companion animal and is subject to visits by an animal control officer He was placed on supervised probation for four years Successful completion of probation will result in a misdemeanor convictionThe investigation was spurred by Amber Shaide of Fargo a former horse-breeder with deep ties to White Earth who had gifted one of the horses to Dahl who had been considered something of a spiritual leader in the regionIt wasn’t just any old horse she had given to Dahl The 2-year-old filly was the great-granddaughter of the famed racing horse Secretariat a Triple Crown winner in 1973 Shaide said in an earlier interviewShe said she gave the filly worth several thousand dollars to Dahl as a gift in a spiritual ceremony Another horse a 7- or 8-year-old gelding was owned by an Irish woman who visits Minnesota regularly on a visaThose two horses together were valued at about $6000 Shaide saidThey rode together on a 2015 Honor the Earth ride with Winona LaDuke she said The third horse was an American paint horse perhaps 12 or 13 years old that Dahl got from a horse rescue organization in northwestern Minnesota It was valued at $800 to $1000 she said"I bred horses for about 15 years" Shaide said "I should have just went over there myself and checked on them"But she didn’t because of her late work schedule icy roads and early winter darknessShe said McQuaid in Ireland grew worried because Dahl who for weeks reassured her that everything was fine had quit responding to her questions about how the horses were doingThe horses were found dead in late January Shaide said but she believes the filly likely died prior to Christmas Her young body was covered in ice likely from the Christmas day rainfallThe paint mare likely died next and the gelding died last "He was beyond fat for a horse" she saidThere was evidence that the horses had been gnawing on wood towards the end and the two older horses died with their heads through a fence trying to reach grassIronically had the horses not been so well-behaved they likely would have lived she said Adjacent to their pasture was a field with round hay bales that they could have eaten But they wouldn’t knock down the fence"More aggressive horses would have been eating" she said "They would have gone out of that fence"One of them was so well-behaved that you could put a yellow string on the ground and she wouldn’t cross over it Shaide saidThe horses apparently survived as long as they did on snow — the water tank there was half full of solid ice she said"Which meant no tank heater out there" she saidAt least three neighbors in the area told Shaide they would have happily given Dahl hay for the horses had he askedShe said the man who usually provided hay at the Dahl place at one point brought a load there but Dahl couldn’t pay him so he left without delivering it"He said if he knew what kind of shape the horses would be in he would have left it for free" Shaide saidAfter learning of the horse deaths Shaide notified Animal Humane Society investigator Wade Hanson and the White Earth Tribal PoliceThe two hatched the idea for their unusual business a few years ago after Stoffel had ridden his mountain bike through the nearby Cuyuna Country State Recreation Area and shared his experience with McGinnis his wife They eventually quit their jobs in the Willmar area 110 miles away and moved here "I was blown away" Stoffel said of his first outing on the trailsOn an overcast Friday morning in September McGinnis managed the café — in what was once a mechanic’s garage — while Stoffel worked in the repair shop The Red Raven had a busy summer with bikers from across the state dropping in for lunch — along with the Australians Canadians Germans and other out-of-towners who now come here to ride the trails"We’ve been meeting all kinds of interesting people that’s for sure" Stoffel said "Crosby is small but it’s got kind of an international feel these days"Yes these days — six years after the state opened 25 miles of mountain biking trails through the recreation area 5000 acres of rugged land that had been left behind after decades of mining — bikers have re-energized this city of 2400 Crosby has new restaurants a new brewery and a yoga studio to go along with a handful of other businesses that can be directly linked to the town’s status as Minnesota’s mountain biking Mecca Since the trails opened job growth in Crosby and the neighboring town of Ironton has been double that of the surrounding region And last year an estimated 185000 people visited the recreation area — more than double the number of visitors eight years earlier before the trails had opened"It’s been lots of fun especially for me because I love this area" said Joel Hartman who has been selling real estate in Crosby for 16 years Over the past year-and-a-half Hartman said he has sold about a dozen homes to bikers or to investors who plan to rent rooms to bike-riding visitors and he now fields about two calls per week from people who are interested in buying what he calls "old miner homes" in Crosby or vacant lots near the recreation area "It’s good to see something positive happening The mines came through and did their thing and kind of left the damage for us to live with"It’s also something the region is seeking to build on During the 2017 legislative session lawmakers approved $36 million in bonding money for an expansion of the bike trail system to perhaps 75 miles Now the challenge is to create permanent awareness around Cosby’s status as a biking hotspot said Dorian Grilley the executive director of the Bicycle Alliance of Minnesota so that it becomes part of the area’s lifestyle and its identity"The change in Crosby" he said "I think it’s real"Mines once drove the local economyFor all the bike-fueled buzz mining remains an enduring part of this region’s identity In the first half of the 20th century mines drove the local economy just as they did on the larger and better-known Mesabi and Vermillion Iron Ranges to the northeast During World War I and World War II the mines were an important producer of the manganese-rich iron ore used in wartime production At one point more than 30 mines operated in the Cuyuna Range leaving behind the massive open pits scarred hillsides and piled rock that would eventually become the recreation areaThe region was also the site of the worst mining disaster in the state — on Feb 5 1924 when water from a lake rushed into the underground tunnels of the Milford Mine killing 41 miners within minutes (In September Crow Wing County opened a park on the site that memorializes the tragedy)Signs of this legacy can be found all over town — from the "Rangers" nickname of the local high school’s teams to the menu at the new Iron Range Eatery which boasts of "meals derived from the roots of the Iron Range" to the mural painted on a downtown buildingThe last mine on the Cuyuna Iron Range shut down in 1984 In the wake of that closure the Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation Board formed a committee to consider ways to make use of the old mines which were growing thick with trees and bushes holding water in manmade lakes and blossoming into their own kind of austere beauty Barb Grove a member of the committee who was working as the economic development coordinator for Crosby at the time recalls that the town was "depressed" — not just economically but also psychologically "Everyone had to change their minds about what these mine pits were and what they could become" Grove recalledEventually the panel settled on the idea of creating a state park that would offer some of the attractions of the famed Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness in Minnesota’s far north: camping canoeing hiking solitude The group rallied the support of local leaders and got the help of state Rep Willard Munger the late Duluth lawmaker who championed many environmental initiativesCuyuna Country State Recreation Area opened in 1993 attracting campers canoeists and hikers But it was just a hint of what was to comeFrom antiques to bikesBy the time the recreation area opened Crosby had fallen into a kind of charming small-town solitude many local residents recall known mostly for its antique shops and its proximity to central Minnesota’s lake country Mayor Bob Novak who grew up in the area left and then moved back about 20 years ago to open an antique shop in nearby DeerwoodIn planning for the recreation area local cyclists had worked with the state Department of Natural Resources to ensure that bike trails would be included in its management plan That initiative got a boost in the early 2000s when two groups — Minnesota Off-Road Cyclists and the International Mountain Biking Association — got on board and began pushing for mountain bike trails A group of local cyclists built a demonstration trail for the DNR which unveiled the current trail system in June 2011Word spread fast among mountain bikers — helped along by a December 2011 feature in a national mountain biking magazine that called the new trail system "Minnesota’s gift to mountain bikers" — and their numbers grew And grewIn response to the biking craze Mayor Novak said city leaders are now exploring initiatives that wouldn’t have been on the radar even a few years ago including an ordinance to regulate sidewalk seating to accommodate restaurants suddenly full of bikersBesides the Red Raven and the Iron Range Eatery other businesses that have opened in the past 18 months or so include the Cuyuna Brewing Company and Holy Spirit Holy Yoga Some existing businesses now cater specifically to the biking crowd; a bar called the Spalding House for instance offers hostel-like overnight rooms while Cycle Path & Paddle leases an array of mountain bikes"It definitely has had a large impact not only on Crosby but on the Cuyuna Lakes area" Novak said "I can’t quantify it but I can say one thing I have witnessed as a citizen is that the traffic going through town — the cars with a bicycle or two or four hanging on the back — is just amazing All you have to do is sit at the corner at the Red Raven and watch and know it’s having an impact"He added: "There are some pockets of resistance sure For a long time here people were waiting for mining to come back"’They want good Wi-Fi — and good beer’One of those early skeptics was Aaron Hautula now the executive director of the Cuyuna Lakes Mountain Bike Crew which works with the DNR on repairing and grooming the biking trails Hautula said he doubted whether biking could turn into anything significant when bikers first began trickling into the area in 2011 "I didn’t expect much to be honest" he said "Before then I wasn’t a mountain biker and when I had biked it was on old sandy ATV trails That was my default setting as to what I thought these would be"Then a friend encouraged him to try the trails Hautula spent $200 on a Schwinn sped to a high point along "Easy Street" the main trail in the system — and promptly threw up from being so out of shape But the views were amazing He was exhilarated and thought to himself: "This is the best thing ever Period This is going to be huge"Since that fateful ride Hautula who also runs a communications firm in Brainerd has become the recreation area’s leading spokesman a biking proselytizer who has traveled to seminars in California Oregon Tennessee and Germany to talk about the "bicycle-nomics" of Crosby In September he hosted a group of civic leaders from the Chicago area who wanted to know more about the local bicycle sceneHautula said the biking movement has tapped into a cultural moment a time when many millennials are branching off of traditional sports into the pursuits that are popular in the Cuyuna: canoeing hiking paddle-boarding and — most significantly — biking Bikers can download trail maps on their smartphones and upload photos onto their Facebook accounts The winding trails have the feel of video games"That is where the world is heading" Hautula said "This is a hybrid that speaks the language of technology and it makes for an amazing outdoor experience"Or as Hartman the realtor explained: "Bikers — they want good Wi-Fi and they want good beer"’Growing and growing and growing’The Cuyuna Recreation Area had been open for about a decade in 2004 when Jenny Smith opened Cycle Path & Paddle hoping to capitalize on the growing number of people who were using the recreation area for hikes or canoe outings By 2008 when the Great Recession hit and business took a dive she thought about closingAnd then the bikers began to show up Smith decided to keep her business open The biking movement "just kept growing and growing and growing and business just kept growing and growing and growing" she said These days the shop floor is lined with bikes many of them dusty with the trails’ telltale red dirt She continues to sell canoes kayaks and paddleboards as wellHartman who had carved out a decent business selling lake homes noticed the change too "People started looking at these homes that were typically entry-level homes" he recalled "And then all of a sudden people started buying them and using them as basically affordable base camps" Today he said landlords who once leased homes to residents for $600 a month are now leasing them to bikers for $600 a weekCrosby Ironton and Ironton Township added 132 jobs between 2011 and 2016 — a 77 percent growth rate that was about twice the rate for the region according to the state Department of Employment and Economic Development Eventually local leaders hope the area will draw a manufacturer or some other large employer A few new homes will get built A few more students will attend the schools"I can’t see why this culture wouldn’t prevail" said Novak the mayor "This whole bike trail system that we have going is one of the top-rated in the United States We are attracting people from other countries as well All that makes me think that we can sustain this"’I like the serenity and the quiet’At the recreation area in a parking lot near the Pennington Mine Lake Kevin Block took a bicycle frame out of the trunk of his car and began attaching the wheels A salesman from suburban Apple Valley he was making his fourth straight weekend trip to the recreation area It was a 2-hour drive from the Twin Cities but considerably briefer from a fishing house he kept on a lot on Lake Mille LacsAsked why he kept returning he said: "I want to experience new trails and I want to feel like I am out of town I like the serenity and the quiet of the place It really does feel like you are in the BWCA and that is a happy spot to be in"Block had little doubt that mountain biking enthusiasts — having found a place that one publication recently ranked the 18th best mountain biking trail in the country — would keep coming back too"Mountain bikers are fanatics" he saidMinnPost is a nonprofit nonpartisan media organization whose mission is to provide high-quality journalism for people who care about Minnesota This story was made possible by a grant from the Otto Bremer Trust The prototypes of the device called WAYU have been installed at the ITO Junction in central Delhi and Mukarba Chowk in north Delhi. attend a Shabbat dinner and read Night by Elie Wiesel. 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Here’s a preview: Chris Nolan has written a comic strip for Wired in order to fill in some of Interstellar’s back story." says Patti Johnson, It needs clear-cut battles and clear-cut victories.