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'Two incredible young men': Hundreds mourn two Park Christian students killed in rollover
Grand Forks police seek missing Minnesota man
Duluth doctor accused of stalking man
State Patrol spokesman charged with speeding
Special needs youth develop skills at Camp of Champs
Seniors led Tigers to successful season
Errors kept Panthers at .500 mark
Athletes compete in Lakes to Pines Triathlon
Midway defeats Sebeka, improves record to 7-6
Esox rout Verndale, Huntersville for first two victories of season
PEARL D. SEMMLER
BARTHOLOMEW GLATZMAIER, SR.
MELVIN "BUTCH" MOE
Six-Toed Cat offers unique treasures
Eischens an architect of all things cabinet
Hornbacher's turns attention to Grand Forks, buying Super One store
Energetic roots band performs July 2
Laporte Drama Camp a hit
Professional rodeo joins pro bull ride activities in Park Rapids
Dorset to host Boardwalk Art Festival on Saturday
Emmaville celebrates centennial (again)
Detroit Mountain bike trails set to open
Cowboy ropes orphaned bear cub to rescue it for rehab
Lead fishing tackle ingested by fish is killing loons and other birds
Kids explore nature photography at Itasca Park
Tamarac prepares to open new environmental education center
Survey says: Minnesota nice and safe
Editorial: Condition, stabilization debate? Try pipelines
Letter: Dascalos family extends thank you
Letter: ‘We fought for freedom’
Letter: Tails on the Trail a successful event
Bemidji writer reveals honey’s versatility in new cookbook
Grand Forks food blogger wins national award for ‘My Name is Yeh’
March 14, 2013
Defense pay cuts could affect 2,000-plus in North Dakota, Minnesota
By Christopher Bkork / Grand Forks Herald - A proposed furlough of Department of Defense employees could mean a 20 percent cut in pay for thousands of employees of Grand Forks Air Force Base and of the North Dakota and Minnesota National Guards. The cuts would fall on roughly 300...
news / state
March 14, 2013 - 8:39am
March 2, 2012
Franken: Mail cuts hurt businesses, families
Shuttering post offices and mail processing centers across Minnesota, including the sorting center in Bemidji, could lead to the end of the U.S. Postal Service, Sen. Al Franken said Thursday. The Minnesota Democrat, on a conference call with reporters, said closing 117 post offices...
March 2, 2012 - 7:38am
December 6, 2011
U.S. Postal Service: Bemidji mail processing to end; more cuts possible
Several mail processing centers used to sort mail across the region - including Bemidji's - are among more than 250 on the chopping block next spring under plans by the cash-strapped U.S. Postal Service. Four Minnesota centers - Bemidji, Duluth, Rochester and Waite Park - will close,...
December 6, 2011 - 8:48am
November 16, 2011
Beltrami County commissioners cut $15,000 from library budget
Beltrami County commissioners voted 4-0 Tuesday to approve $15,000 less in operational funding for the Kitchigami Regional Library System for 2012 than it provided in 2011.
November 16, 2011 - 7:45am
March 9, 2011
Park Rapids mayor joins others in asking governor for LGA
Mayors from across Minnesota, including Park Rapids Mayor Nancy Carroll, gave Gov. Mark Dayton a unified message today: State aid is vital for their budgets. Dayton did not argue.
news / local
March 9, 2011 - 11:52am
February 6, 2010
Nevis school cuts possible in wake of budget crunch
A reduction or delay in state aid and the decrease in student numbers this year may lead to cuts in staff, Nevis superintendent Steve Rassier cautioned board members this week. "I believe we will have to trim $250,000 to $300,000" from next year's budget, Rassier told the board,...
news / education
February 6, 2010 - 1:00pm
December 5, 2009
County's 2010 budget planned without state program aid
Hubbard County's first Truth in Taxation meeting in years didn't go quite as planned and most assuredly wasn't timed to coincide with the state's announcement of a projected $1.2 billion shortfall Wednesday, but it was nevertheless a glimpse into Minnesota's future. Several county...
December 5, 2009 - 1:01pm
October 17, 2009
Akeley may cut police services
Akeley may be eliminating its police department as a cost cutting measure. At the conclusion of Wednesday's meeting, mayor Jennifer Mitchell announced the proposal, stating "the city is facing a major (funding) shortage unless we make changes." In September, the council approved...
news / local
October 17, 2009 - 1:01pm
June 20, 2009
Governor's cuts force local cities, county to look hard at budgets
Gov. Tim Pawlenty's Local Government Aid unallotment announcements earlier this week will affect some government entities more than others. Park Rapids will see a decrease of 3.31 percent in 2009, or about $74,778. In 2010, the decrease will be even more, 7.64 percent, or $172,541. "We...
news / local
June 20, 2009 - 1:01pm
School also impacted by Pawlenty's cuts to state aid
Park Rapids Area Schools will need to borrow money because of actions made by Gov. Tim Pawlenty. The governor announced this week he would delay $1.77 billion in revenue to K-12 schools for the 2010-11 biennium. The delay in payments to school districts means Park Rapids will...
news / education
June 20, 2009 - 1:00pm