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Home destroyed by fire early Monday morning
Nominations sought for 2018 Outstanding Senior
Body of missing northwest Minn. teen found
Legislative roundup: MN House votes to dump wild rice water rules
Audit shows lax enforcement on elk, deer farm rules in Minnesota
Rittgers conquers Boston Marathon
1983 football team to join Hall of Fame
Warriors hoping to peak on track at section meet
Veteran lineup returns to lead talented Tigers
Panthers relying on experience
John Mitchel Kyllonen
Charles Alfred Knutson
Marilyn H. Whitchurch
Charlotte L. Robbins
Charlotte L. Robbins
Judge says Line 3 should stick to its old route; recommendation allows tribes to stop pipeline
Benefactor of Daddy-Daughter Dance delivers $1,000
Drones ahoy! Woman-owned business takes innovative approach
Online purchase scams are the riskiest type of fraud
Citizens National Bank donates to Heartland Homes
Place a Business Announcement
Sculpture entries sought for Red Bridge Park
Energetic woodwind quintet performing March 15
Historical re-enactor brings 'Prohibition in Minnesota' to library
Metallica announces concert dates in region in September
Local baker to discuss Victorian recipes for Lifelong Learning
Gardening 101: Reading a seed packet
If it's predictable, it's preventable: Wildfire Prevention Week
About Fishing: To CHIRP or not to CHIRP
North Country Trail Column: Multiple rewards of maintaining a trail
Minnesota deer management plan due out this week
Commentary: Is it time to stop electing sheriffs?
Commentary: We should expand MinnesotaCare so anyone can buy in
Commentary: April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month
Letter to Editor: Kudos to law enforcement
Commentary: Enbridge is pretending fix is in
What you need in your winter survival kit
Heads up, Moscow mule lovers: That copper mug could be poisoning you
December 29, 2011
Fish houses sink into Little Detroit, ice remains thin
Deteriorating ice conditions on Little Detroit Lake caused the Becker County Sheriff's Department to issue an ice warning for the entire county on Tuesday. Sheriff Tim Gordon said two fish houses fell through the ice on Tuesday morning and a third began to sink.
December 29, 2011 - 8:31am
August 1, 2011
High-end lake homes often serve as family compounds for decades
LAKE SALLIE, Minn.
August 1, 2011 - 10:19am
Living large on the lake: Recession tempers home values, but still plenty of million-dollar lake properties in area
Part 1 of 2: While the F-M area may have 23 homes valued at over $1 million, Minnesota's Lakes Country has well over 80, with some topping $2...
August 1, 2011 - 10:17am
July 9, 2011
Water level continues to rise on Lake Belle Taine
Lake Belle Taine is on the rise again. One decade almost to the day after it rose to historic levels, the lake is once again flooding basements, swallowing up beaches and forcing property owners to put dock extensions into the water. On a windy day, the causeway to Goat Island...
July 9, 2011 - 1:00pm
June 18, 2011
Hubbard County Board approves Little Sand Lake PUD with several conditions
A Little Sand Lake resort will join a growing legion of conversions to permanent residential lake communities. Wednesday the Hubbard County...
June 18, 2011 - 1:00pm
May 28, 2011
A history of Lake Peysenske and Henrietta Township
BY John Clauer FOR THE ENTERPRISE When you say you live on Lake Peysenske, most people look at you with a quizzical expression. Small in...
May 28, 2011 - 1:00pm
April 9, 2011
County lake parcels' valuations 'float the boat'
The importance of Hubbard County's waters came into clarity Wednesday as Assessor Bob Hansen unveiled the economic clout lake properties wield. Of...
April 9, 2011 - 1:00pm
March 16, 2011
DNR bill takes aim at invasive species in Minnesota
Gov. Mark Dayton and the state's natural resources commissioner are unveiling legislation aimed at preventing the spread of invasive species in Minnesota. Zebra mussels and Asian carp are among the species concerning the state's outdoors managers. The DNR released a draft plan in...
March 16, 2011 - 1:42pm
February 17, 2011
Beltrami County issues warning of poor ice conditions
Beltrami County Sheriff's Office of Emergency Management and Boat and Water Division is fielding calls today regarding the state of lake accesses in the area. Due to the melt, they are degrading at a higher rate than we usually would expect in February. The Sheriff's Office urges...
February 17, 2011 - 11:41am
Boat owners itching to get on the water
A warm spring has meant boat owners want to get on the water sooner. "This is the earliest I can remember" people wanting their boats out of...
April 17, 2010 - 1:00pm
January 13, 2010
Group works to stop curly-leaf pondweed invasion
A task force to combat the spread of curly-leaf pondweed on the Crow Wing chain of lakes is moving forward, members of the 10th and 11th Crow...
January 13, 2010 - 1:00pm
January 9, 2010
Aquatic invasive species target of COLA project
In a first-of-its-kind project in the state, Hubbard County COLA partnered with a township, Lake Emma, to sponsor a watercraft inspection intern last summer - aquatic invasive species the target. Now the Coalition of Lake Associations is hoping to expand the pioneer project, come...
January 9, 2010 - 1:01pm
November 25, 2009
Proposed culvert stirs concerns of pondweed spread
Representatives from the Crow Wing chain of lakes convened Saturday to discuss the feared proliferation of curly-leaf pondweed if a culvert and bridge replacement project moves forward. Silting in the present culvert precludes boats from moving between the two basins of the lake....
November 25, 2009 - 1:01pm
October 7, 2009
Legislators, citizens meet to discuss water resource issues
Legislators and citizen-led lake and stream organizations gathered in Walker Friday to discuss water resource protection issues, Paula West of the Leech Lake Area Watershed Foundation reminding the audience of Will Rogers' sagacious comment: "The trouble with land is they're not...
October 7, 2009 - 1:00pm
September 23, 2009
Lakeshore homeowners being asked to move structures away from water's edge
Inch by inch, the Hubbard County Board of Adjustment is convincing - or forcing - lakeshore homeowners to move renovated or rebuilt structures further away from area lakes. Board members count them as small victories in their duty to uphold strict shoreland ordinances designed to...
September 23, 2009 - 1:01pm