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Motorcyclist killed after hitting I-394 pothole at 100-plus mph
Minnesotan killed in Montana avalanche
Woman arrested in Red Lake councilman's shooting death
Second woman comes forward in 'vampire trucker' kidnapping case
Menahga Business Career Fair will open opportunities for students, families
Gymnasts show major improvement
Silgen leads Rangers past Panthers in playoffs
Verndale eliminates Tigers from Section 5A playoffs
Pine River-Backus edges Braves in section playoff game
Browerville ends Tigers' playoff run
KIELA GEM KNOWLES
CLARENCE V. TRUSHENSKI
BERTRUM "BERT" HAMBLIN
DARRELL W. CRABB
Menahga mayor proclaims St. Urho’s Day
Energy & Wellness Expo
Classic fairy tale musical Cinderella performance in Nevis
Kellie Pickler, Hairball to play at Red River Valley Fair
Let’s not lose our heads about AIS
Minnesota Senate committee votes to suspend wolf hunt
Possible record trout catch could land angler in trouble
USXC racers speed across countryside
DNR eagle camera goes live
Josh’s Collision open on Highway 34
Northwoods Dental under new ownership
Letter: What everyone wants - Purriercare!
Letter: We’ve known who Enbridge is for a while
Letter: Some lakes with public access seem private
Editorial: Proposed anti-bullying policy timely
Letter: Short-term gain doesn’t trump lands
Hubbard County man credits FATHER Project for helping his family succeed
Forester plans for trees and wildlife
By Sarah Smith email@example.com A privately employed forester is like a starving artist. Not! Stan Grossman of Nevis is...
November 13, 2013 - 12:41pm
November 6, 2013
Knife sharpener likes his ‘stand-up’ job; raising job to artform
BY Sarah smith firstname.lastname@example.org As an over-the-road trucker, Dan Coleman noticed that in several oases, knife sharpeners had set up a booth. Truckers always use knives, he said, for cutting pallet cargo. He watched in fascination as truckers lined up for knife...
November 6, 2013 - 12:56pm
Demand for the gunsmithing trade
BY Sarah smith email@example.com Roy Holland isn’t sure his mid-life career switch was a calling or response to a growing and unfilled need. In either case, the Park Rapids gunsmith is going gangbusters this time of year. He’s had to set aside the pistols and...
November 6, 2013 - 12:53pm
New Mexican-themed restaurant opens on First Street in building that most recently held Blue Ox Bar and Grill and Depot on 1st
By Zach Kayser / Bemidji Pioneer BEMIDJI — Señor Patron aims to succeed where others have not. The new Mexican-themed restaurant officially...
November 6, 2013 - 7:39am
November 4, 2013
Jewelry store is latest retailer to move out of Paul Bunyan Mall
By Zach Kayser / Bemidji Pioneer BEMIDJI — Paul Bunyan shoppers looking for an engagement ring will one have one less place to go inside the mall. Come January, Ken K Thompson Jewelry will become the newest gap that the leasing executives at Lexington Realty International,...
November 4, 2013 - 7:32am
October 30, 2013
Basic Business Cents: Is leadership or management the answer?
By Lou Schultz / For the Enterprise A friend gave me a hard time this week because I alluded in the last column that the term, manager, is outmoded and we should look instead to become leaders. Yet, in the citation of my name and position, I used the term, Managing Director. I...
October 30, 2013 - 2:38pm
SCORE volunteers are available to help start-up or existing businesses
By Sarah Smith firstname.lastname@example.org New businesses, unless conceived under ideal conditions and launched perfectly, can have a miserable success rate. But a volunteer organization in Park Rapids is trying to ensure that commercializing bright ideas can be a rewarding...
October 30, 2013 - 2:29pm
October 23, 2013
Anytime Fitness has new personal trainer
Mike Dempsey is a new personal trainer at Anytime Fitness in Park Rapids. Dempsey has been an avid participant in sports and fitness since he was young. He has played semi-pro football, was a professional boxer and has been a national powerlifting champion and record holder. He...
October 23, 2013 - 12:54pm
Basic Business Cents: Leadership should be distributed in company
Today’s organizations cannot afford management; they need leadership! That needed leadership is not exclusive to those on the top of the organization chart but lies with each and every employee. Empowerment is a popular buzzword but deployment is typically a farce. Many managers...
October 23, 2013 - 12:53pm
October 16, 2013
Rust2Roses inspires, charms
The interior of Rust2Roses is so unique; each nook and cranny demands a double-take. And you’ll still miss something. That elegant display that greets you as you walk into the store, topped with a stupendous arrangement of flowers – look again. It’s a horse trough with...
October 16, 2013 - 11:41am
October 9, 2013
The Beehive: Wintering the bees...hmmm
By Brett Kent /For the Enterprise Hi everyone, welcome back to the Beehive. It has been a while since my last column. I have to say, things have been kind of crazy at the Double “b”ee ranch. Brenda and I have been busy stealing the surplus honey from the bees. I think...
October 9, 2013 - 1:02pm
Plumbers spread awareness via choice uniforms
By Nick Longworth nlongworth@parkrapidsenterprise. com Throughout the month of October don’t be surprised if your plumber shows up a little more fashionably dressed than expected. Starting on the first, local business Samuelson-Laney Plumbing began enduring a month-long Breast...
October 9, 2013 - 12:47pm
The business of beadwork
BY Sarah smith email@example.com Maybe it had something to do with Sandra Fynboh Andress’ youthful fascination with fire. “We...
October 9, 2013 - 12:43pm
October 2, 2013
Embracing a culture of innovation from the outside
The next big thing is unlikely to come from the same organization that brought us today’s big thing. Innovation usually comes from without. For example, at one time IBM and the “seven dwarfs” (Burroughs, CDC, GE, Honeywell, NCR, Univac, and XDS) ruled the computer business. They...
October 2, 2013 - 12:13pm
A comfy spot in the woods
BY Sarah smith firstname.lastname@example.org Tucked into a tranquil spot in the Smokey Hills, a wilderness park opens its doors for a serene experience. Newly christened Smokey Hills Wilderness Park, now under the helm of managers Cheryl and Dale Refsland, is perfectly positioned...
October 2, 2013 - 12:11pm