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All Veterans Museum celebrates first anniversary
Park Rapids budgeting for $3.3 million year
Pie auction raises more than $3,500
Minnesota U.S. House candidate's camp calls on stations to stop airing 'false and misleading' ad
$16,000 worth of hash oil, marijuana seized in Osage
Austin, Odorizzi lead Twins over Tigers
Yabandith scores four TDs in Tigers' win over Laporte
Near miss: Vikings, Packers end in tie after field goal frustrations
Sauk Centre's Sayovitz breaks two records at Park Rapids Invitational
UPDATED: EGF's defense makes key plays in 13-12 win over Panthers
Doris May Mitchell
Barbera Lee Hadler
Robert L. Birnstengel
Gerald Edward Mack
Surprise! Some area land values seem to be rising
Minnesota's uninsured rate rose in 2017
Feds end ban on mining exploration near BWCAW
Hearing set for Cass County solar project
More than 1 in 4 American users have deleted Facebook, Pew survey finds
Place a Business Announcement
Art Leap expands in 2018
CHECK IT OUT: Library leads readers on adventures
Who will be the Great American Storyteller?
Author David Sedaris sets show at Fargo Theatre
Burt Reynolds, Hollywood action star with Southern-fried machismo, dies at 82
Grouse hunters can volunteer to help collect samples for West Nile virus study
Hunt Minnesota's most popular game bird -- ruffed grouse
NORTHLAND NATURE JOURNAL: Goodbye summer, hello autumn
Darners: The Northwoods' largest dragonflies
Story of bear rescued from a metal cream can with Jaws of Life has happy ending
Park Rapids Lakes Area Arts Council Column: And the Art Beat goes on
IT'S OUR TURN: The power of 'thank you'
LETTER TO EDITOR: Tennis community drew us to Park Rapids
COMMENTARY: What are political parties good for? Plenty, actually
GUEST EDITORIAL: The Four horsemen of marriage...and politics
What you need in your winter survival kit
Heads up, Moscow mule lovers: That copper mug could be poisoning you
May 11, 2016
Commentary: Will we need seatbelts?
Can you imagine how you will feel just before your first parachute jump from 5,000 feet when your plan is to free fall the first 1,000 feet before you open your chute? That’s exactly how I’ll feel the first time I get into my new self-driving car that has no steering wheel and...
May 11, 2016 - 3:59pm
May 8, 2016
Commentary: Remember sanctions on Russia? Europe hopes not
It seems like an awful long time ago that one of the most prominent threats most Europeans feared was an increasingly aggressive Russia and an unstable Ukraine. To be fair, the concern of terrorist attacks, as well as the refugee crisis was well underway before the turmoil on its...
May 8, 2016 - 8:28am
May 7, 2016
Commentary: Response to Tuesday’s fire impressive
In one way or another I have been a part of this community my entire life. I was born here, I grew up here and I am very fond of this place and the people in it and I am certain there are others that feel the same as me. I know the destruction of fire; I have experienced first-hand...
May 7, 2016 - 6:02pm
April 25, 2016
Commentary: Input encouraged at public meetings on proposed pipeline projects
We encourage your participation in the Sandpiper Pipeline and Line 3 Replacement Projects’ series of public scoping meetings hosted by the State of Minnesota’s Department of Commerce.
April 25, 2016 - 9:47am
April 11, 2016
Menopause is like adolescence, but less fun
I'm entering a second childhood.
April 11, 2016 - 1:23am
March 24, 2016
Commentary: Robotic companionship
It may sound like a good idea, but I still don’t like it. They’ve created a robot by the name of Nadine that scientists hope may some day be used as a potential assistant or care provider for the elderly. Nadia Thalmann is a visiting professor and director of Singapore’s Nanyang...
March 24, 2016 - 10:54am
March 21, 2016
Commentary: Brazil has more to worry about than the Rio Olympics and Zika
Brazil may be concerned about the run-up to hosting the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, but it has far more pressing issues to deal with. Last week more than a million Brazilians joined anti-government rallies across the country, challenging impeachment for embattled president...
March 21, 2016 - 2:04pm
March 13, 2016
Commentary: Breaking bread in Washington
Many so-called experts have offered their theories on why the Republicans and Democrats in congress never agree on anything and nothing gets done. The whole gridlock problem is not only frustrating and disgusting
March 13, 2016 - 1:48pm
March 10, 2016
Commentary: Why the U.S. should care about a potential Brexit
In recent weeks the notion of Britain leaving the European Union (EU) has been getting some media attention. The so called ‘Brexit’ is no doubt a monumental issue facing Europe as a whole. However, the potential impact a Brexit could entail for the U.S. largely goes unnoticed....
March 10, 2016 - 11:16am
March 7, 2016
Commentary: Smile and live longer
Would you like to live longer? There might be a simple way to make it happen. But first, a little background. A 2011 study published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences reported that unhappy older people died at nearly twice the rate in the next five years than happy...
March 7, 2016 - 3:41pm
January 17, 2016
Commentary: Recognizing the threat worldwide
Jake Pfeifer discussed the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) world assessment in his Jan. 9 editorial. His article identifies locations around the globe where the United States faces Tier I (high) threats in the coming year. While awareness of worldwide threats is useful in being...
January 17, 2016 - 9:52am
January 14, 2016
Commentary: Celebrity adoptions, winning the lottery
Before you check out your groceries, you have to pass a rack featuring celebrity magazines with headlines about the Hollywood lifestyle: cheating, betrayal, split ups, multiple marriages, tax problems, financial problems, legal problems, drugs, alcohol and too-fast cars. The image...
January 14, 2016 - 8:02am
January 6, 2016
Commentary: 2015-16 reflections and predictions
Time is a rocket ship and 12 months can flash by faster than the speed of light. So here we are at the beginning of 2016 already, and it’s time again for the end of the year reflections and fearless predictions for the year. Heroes of the year: For the 13th consecutive year,...
January 6, 2016 - 11:10am
December 23, 2015
A Christmas response to evil and terror
In his Dec. 9 commentary, Lynn Hummel poses the question: “are people basically good or evil?” The bulk of his discussion was a list of recent terror and murder incidents. I believe his article was designed to address the fear, anger and frustration that grips America, fear brought...
December 23, 2015 - 8:28am
Community gets behind a couple good causes
Park Rapids has a reputation as being a very giving community with very active churches, service organizations and other groups continually contributing to various causes. Donations are always going somewhere to help someone, all for the betterment of the Park Rapids area. From...
December 23, 2015 - 8:26am