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Park Rapids Enterprise
Riverside Area street project progressing well, ahead of schedule
Senate looking to restore LGA funding to 2002 level
PD awaits lab results in armed robbery
Notable ice heaves on area lakes
Three Stooges - and ewe - arrive in Laporte
Overmyer leads Panthers to runner-up honors
Meyer, Haataja pitch Braves to PRC wins
Tigers rebound from loss to Blackduck to rout Red Lake
Leckner shares medalist honors with 41 in NPC meet
Bemidji defeats Panthers 6-1
LOWELL "BABE" BROOKS
EVELYN J. LARSEN
Gigabit Internet service comes to Lake George area
Beeswax products are a sweet remedy
RD Offutt employees clean Straight River roadside ditches
Minnesota grocer Coborn's to add four Wisconsin stores
Whimsical sculptures fill Nemeth Art Center gallery
2015 expectations of the fishing season are pretty good
The season ahead: fishing tourneys each month
Magic Lures and the Banjo Minnow; practice needed
Letter: Stop the pollution of our water
Editorial: Severe LGA cuts a betrayal to Greater Minn.
Editorial: Working to meet the needs of a healthy community
Letter: Deforestation is irresponsible
Letter: Sandpiper - It's not over, folks
Locate a garage sale near you.
Former Park Rapids resident marks 103
April 20, 2009
No bull: Cows loose with llama, dog in N.D.
A small herd of cattle, plus a llama and a dog, were on the loose west of Reynolds, N.D., on Sunday bedeviling sheriff's deputies from Grand Forks and Traill counties. Ownership of the eight head of cattle, the llama and the big white dog hadn't been discovered yet, but a nearby...
April 20, 2009 - 7:12am
April 19, 2009
Farmer blames harsh winter for dead cattle
A Red Lake County (Minn.) farmer recently investigated for dead cattle on his property said this year's problem arose from a combination of an especially harsh winter and improper equipment to handle the problem. County sheriffs executed a search warrant Wednesday at Don Schirrick's...
April 19, 2009 - 9:40am
March 11, 2009
Livestock producers allowed to 'take aim' at wolves
The ping-pong ball that has become the hallmark of wolf management efforts bounced once again. On March 6, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar upheld a decision by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to remove gray wolves from the list of threatened and endangered species. That once...
March 11, 2009 - 4:00pm
March 9, 2009
Owners seek livestock status for their horses
Horse owners want to be included in Minnesota's agriculture industry. In many cases, horses are not considered livestock, something some Minnesota lawmakers and horse owners are trying to change. Bills making their way through the Legislature are designed to provide a "clear and...
March 9, 2009 - 11:47am
March 2, 2009
Cass Lake barn destroyed in fire, about 130 pigs lost
About 130 pigs were lost when a barn in Cass Lake was destroyed in a fire early Sunday morning. The call to the Cass Lake Fire Department came in at 2:28 a.m. on the 48200 block of 323rd Avenue. The barn was already gone upon arrival the Cass Lake Fire Department, said Fire Chief...
March 2, 2009 - 6:45pm
February 11, 2009
Board pauses on feedlot permit
The Wadena County Board delayed approving a conditional use permit for a commercial feedlot in section 17 of Wing River Township that has raised concerns from some neighbors. Commissioner Ralph Miller wanted more time before making a judgement on an issue that will affect people's...
region / news
February 11, 2009 - 7:00am
February 3, 2009
Malnutrition cited in Edgeley farm horse deaths
About 35 horses and two donkeys were recently taken into protective custody from an Edgeley, N.D., farm where at least half a dozen horses were...
region / news
February 3, 2009 - 6:30am
April 23, 2008
Two cows at a Becker County farm died of anthrax last week
The Minnesota board of Animal health confirmed Tuesday that two cows on a Becker county farm died last week of anthrax, the first anthrax cases in 2008. The herd will remain under quarantine for 30 days from the day the last death occurs from anthrax. After the dead cows were discovered...
April 23, 2008 - 4:00pm