COMMON CURRENCY: City should reflect on its heritage in viewing future
The 1885 village of Park Rapids is described in an early history attributed to Clif Miller as "a place on the edge of the wilderness frontier...where the grass of the sunlit prairie meets the dark boreal pine forest".... lying "on the banks of a shimmering rapids in a stand of park like trees, and so they named it Park Rapids."
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