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University of Minnesota Extension: Winter bird feeding basics
Committee will interview three superintendent search firms Monday
Stevens County seeking public opinion through survey
Winter truck load increases begin today for north, north central frost zones
Four die in murder-suicide in Sisseton, South Dakota
MBA to be more competitive in the 2014-15 season
Storm girls find early season win over Trojans
Storm breezes past Worthington
Tiger boys back with more experience
MA/C-A volleyball finishes season 18-9
John P. Cruze
Caroline Little: Millennials rely on newspaper media to be engaged and informed
Rob Schwarzwalder: We deserve better than a stupid government
Lee Hamilton: What makes a strong lobbyist?
Letter: Family deer hunting tradition spoiled
Letter: Support needed for Christmas Kettle Campaign
Area Student Accomplishment 112214
Open Houses 112214
Mya Lynn Krosch
Otto Frederick Kleindl
Extension launches 2014 Farm Bill crops education seminars
Features from the Farm 110114
March 23, 2009
Health costs shock county commissioners
Hubbard County contributes more money to its employees' family health insurance than it pays its commissioners. That was the stunning announcement from County Coordinator Jack Paul Wednesday at the board's regular bi-monthly meeting. "It's a bigger increase than anybody in town...
March 23, 2009 - 3:40pm
March 11, 2009
District faces bus garage lease increase
The Park Rapids School Board is looking into other options after receiving a proposed one-year bus garage lease almost doubled from the previous...
March 11, 2009 - 9:50am
February 22, 2009
Wadena County to save on prisoner boarding
Competition, price wars and hard times have caught up with the Hubbard County Correctional Center. Wednesday, the county commission reduced the inmate boarding charge from $55 per day to $46 per day to match a price war initiated by Crow Wing County. Losing $9 per day per inmate...
February 22, 2009 - 1:00am
February 16, 2009
Park Rapids City Council is divided on project to extend Heartland Trail on Kaywood Drive
The Park Rapids City Council is divided over whether to move forward with a Heartland Trail extension on Kaywood Drive. The council needs to decide whether it should take $80,000 out of reserves to continue with the project or lose an 80 percent matching federal grant. The council...
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February 16, 2009 - 12:00am
February 6, 2009
Wanted: Inmates for county jail
By Sarah Smith Park Rapids Enterprise The tourism brochure might read: Rustic bed and breakfast in scenic Park Rapids for rent to large groups...
February 6, 2009 - 12:00am
January 27, 2009
Park Rapids Pamida to close this Saturday
After 30 years in business, the Park Rapids Pamida department store will be closing Saturday. The decision "boils down to economics," said Dean Williamson, vice president of human resources at the Omaha corporate office. "It's a sign of the times." Sales performance numbers drove...
January 27, 2009 - 12:00am
June 14, 2008
Former Morris resident publishes third book of poetry
By Sarah Smith Park Rapids Enterprise When Gail Rixen's tractor is dusty enough, she can compose a word or two of poetry on the dirty hood. Otherwise, she makes mental notes to jot down later when the haying is done. The poetry of the former Morris resident is set to the rhythm...
June 14, 2008 - 12:00am