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UPDATE: Man dies, grandson hospitalized after ATV breaks through ice near Alexandria Tuesday night
Essentia in talks to join Sanford Health Plan provider network
Librarian charged with entering Grafton homes, saying she was looking for books
Man sentenced in crash that critically injured PR woman
Area artists paint women killed by domestic violence for Beautiful Life Project
Baumgartner, Dravis win medals
Fritze, Benson advance to state
Panthers eliminate Rams from tournament
Panthers host Rangers as section playoffs start
Browerville boys eliminate Menahga from section play
PERCY D. ANDERSON
IDA MAY BENHAM
BETTY J. PETERSON
Target plans to cut thousands of jobs in Minnesota
Basic Business Cents: Culture eats strategic plans for lunch every time!
Pending approval, new PR bank to be called Northview
Dog food made by Perham company is recalled
Figure skating extravaganza is 26th annual
Park Rapids High School choir performs March 2
Nevis graduate publishes first book
Chili Challenge Wednesday
Osprey platform goes to new heights
Wolf seen pursuing snowmobiles in Voyageurs National Park
About Fishing: New wave for information on fishing; technology trumps know-how?
Black bear emergence is coming as hibernation ends
Local resorters meet with legislators: Post Labor Day school opening?
Letter: Thank you for making Cabin Fever a success
Letter: Obama’s remarks to WDAY were dishonest
Letter: Other options to transportation plan
Letter: Mental health jail diversion will save lives, money
Editorial: Social Security numbers are all over the place
October 14, 2009
Flu outbreaks reported in Wadena County schools
Wadena-Deer Creek and Sebeka schools are reporting a flu outbreak, while Menahga and Park Rapids are reporting expected day-to-day absences. Wadena-Deer Creek Elementary School had 96 absences Monday with most students experiencing flu-like symptoms. Last week, principal Louis...
news / education
October 14, 2009 - 1:00pm
October 10, 2009
Sebeka, Wadena schools see more flu-like symptoms
Flu-like symptoms have tripled the number of day-to-day absences at Sebeka School. Superintendent David Fjeldheim said about 35 students have been absent for three days this week. "With the number of kids out, it's considered an outbreak," he said. No H1N1 cases have been reported...
news / education
October 10, 2009 - 1:01pm
October 5, 2009
Child's death due to H1N1 infection is Minnesota's seventh overall
The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) announced today that a child from Hennepin County recently died from complications due to infection with the H1N1 novel influenza virus. The child, who had no underlying health conditions, became ill and died in late September. The Hennepin...
October 5, 2009 - 4:51pm
September 19, 2009
Schools ready themselves for possible H1N1 flu outbreak and symptoms
Area schools have begun to focus on prevention and preparedness for the H1N1 flu. Park Rapids Area School District staff has had meetings to discuss the basic ways to prevent spreading the flu such as hand washing, Superintendent Glenn Chiodo said. A mailing was sent out to parents...
news / education
September 19, 2009 - 1:01pm
September 16, 2009
Start preparing for flu outbreak
Now is the time for businesses to prepare for the possibility of an outbreak of H1N1 influenza and figure out how operations can continue if employees are home sick. An outbreak of H1N1 may not happen but it doesn't hurt to be prepared.
opinion / editorials
September 16, 2009 - 1:00pm
June 24, 2009
State will get 310,000 flu vaccinations; unknown how many county will receive
Hubbard County continues to grapple with money, hirings and filling vacancies. But it's also a time for Hubbard County's employees to be promoted. The county's hiring freeze was an issue again last week when Public Works Maintenance Superintendent Ed Smith tendered his resignation...
June 24, 2009 - 1:01pm
June 10, 2009
Warning issued over H1N1 flu scams
Relying on reports from online security experts, the Better Business Bureau (BBB) of Minnesota and North Dakota is warning consumers to be on the lookout for fraudulent e-mails and Web sites trying to take advantage of the current swine flu H1N1 outbreak. "Scammers read newspapers,...
June 10, 2009 - 1:01pm