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Surgical ‘lap band’ procedure restores health, freedom to enjoy life
Toddler beaten and choked to death for soiling her pants
Five arrested in two separate Hubbard County drug stings
Corn rows help shelter snowy roads
Patterson raises constitutional issues
Perham sweeps titles at Park Rapids Invitational
Vikings’ loss a disturbing throwback to last season
Dickinson passes Panthers past Perham
Panthers, Tigers get homefield advantage
Panthers close out regular season with pair of section wins
RENAE JOY MARSH
WILLIAM "BILL" PROUDFOOT
Sister Wolf Books moving to Park Rapids
Jeremy Nelson opens Park Performance Chiropractic
Menahga receives Business Retention award
L.L. Bean plans Mall of America store, its first west of Chicago
Amy's advice: 'Have fun, tell stories, laugh'
Kat Perkins' song makes first round for Grammy nomination
Everett Smithson Band bringing zydeco, blues to Park Rapids
Flight of the monarchs decreases in a changing climate
Alaska patrolwoman chases off massive polar bear from 81-year-old's home
Information on standing corn row program available
Rooster rebound: Plenty of optimism going into this year’s ND pheasant opener
Lake Lunacy 1.0: Searching for the sunken commode
Letter: Grell deserving of a second term
Letter: Not happy with recent candidate forum
Letter:Vote for common sense, balance
Letter: Massie for Dist. 1 commissioner
Letter: Thanks for supporting PTA fundraiser
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The last hurrah of the garden vegetables
Enjoy some colorful squash
June 12, 2014
Minnesota's uninsured rate drops 40 percent under Affordable Care Act
By Christopher Snowbeck / St. Paul Pioneer Press St. PAUL - The first comprehensive look at how the federal Affordable Care Act has changed health insurance in Minnesota shows a 40 percent decline in the number of people lacking coverage between September and May. Released...
news / state
June 12, 2014 - 9:34am
March 31, 2014
Answers about today’s deadline to sign up for health insurance
By Christopher Snowbeck St. Paul Pioneer Press Sign up for health insurance today? Or pay a tax penalty next year? That’s the choice facing Minnesotans who lack coverage and need to sign up for insurance by midnight to comply with the federal Affordable...
news / state
March 31, 2014 - 9:10am
September 25, 2013
Minnesota has most affordable health care premiums
Governor Dayton released a statement today following a U. S. Department of Health and Human Services report which shows that Minnesota will have the lowest average monthly premiums in the country for those buying health insurance through the health insurance exchanges created under...
news / state
September 25, 2013 - 2:52pm
April 30, 2013
Governor appoints seven-member board to oversee MNSure
Today, Governor Mark Dayton announced the appointment of a seven-member board responsible for managing and operating MNsure – a new health insurance marketplace where Minnesotans can choose quality, affordable health insurance. The board, which was established by law earlier this...
news / state
April 30, 2013 - 11:47am
November 22, 2011
Bemidji State University: No health insurance, no classes
Starting next semester, full-time students at Bemidji State University will need to have health insurance in order to register for classes. A school-provided policy was approved by BSU's Student Senate last spring in order to prevent students from having to choose between paying...
region / education
November 22, 2011 - 11:26am
December 29, 2010
Northway Insurance of Park Rapids under new ownership
Northway Insurance of Park Rapids is under new ownership and now offers clients financial support in addition to insurance. Northway Insurance...
news / business / local
December 29, 2010 - 1:00pm
Grand Rapids company paid premiums, didn't get insurance
Don't tell Darlene Figgins that she and the Wolff Agency's other trucking clients weren't out any money by the agency owners' alleged misappropriation of funds. For 10 years, she and her husband, Marvin, who own and operate Figgins Transport in Grand Rapids, paid out $250,000 for...
March 29, 2010 - 7:08am
September 17, 2009
North Dakota fines Blue Cross $30,000 for misleading information
Insurance Commissioner Adam Hamm announced today that he has fined Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota $30,000 for violations including using misleading information for marketing purposes. The Blues failed to file its physician participation agreement with the North Dakota Insurance...
September 17, 2009 - 10:50am