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County board split on supporting roundabout
8 hours 53 min ago
The Hubbard County Commissioners accepted the resignation of Assistant Veteran Services Officer, Greg Remus, effective July 7. Chairman Vern Massie (left) presented Remus with an award in recognition of his years of service to the veterans of Hubbard County. (Nicole Vik/Enterprise)
Storm damage assessment presented to county board
8 hours 55 min ago
The Park Rapids PRCA Rodeo and Xtreme Bull Ride will feature two nights of full rodeo and two nights of bull riding June 30 to July 3. (Enterprise file photo)
Minnesota's largest rodeo ready to buck in Park Rapids
8 hours 56 min ago
Hubbard County AIS Inspector Chuck Schaapveld watches as John and Barb Lehco load their canoe after an inspection. AIS inspectors like Schaapveld ask the public's patience as it be necessary for wait a short time before getting inspected. (Gary Korsgaden / For the Enterprise)
Best and busy summer weeks ahead In the Park Rapids area
8 hours 58 min ago
Bi-Okoto Drum and Dance Theatre performed at Park Rapids Century School on Thursday, June 21. (Macky Warne/Enterprise)
Park Rapids ventures into West Africa
8 hours 58 min ago
June 21, 2017
Rob Belanger
Rob Belanger named Sanford Bagley's administrative director
June 21, 2017 - 10:22am
Chapter T P.E.O. garage sale committee members are (clockwise, starting at bottom left) Dorothy Platz, Mary Berdahl, Marge Herr, Jeanine Weideman, Renae Brauer and Gayla Orr. (Shannon Geisen/Enterprise)
Women helping women
June 21, 2017 - 10:22am
Nate Luetgers, Ken Hill and Donna Hill have teamed up to open the River Art Community on 323 Main Avenue. Luetgers will teach a variety of art classes. (Shannon Geisen/Enterprise)
River Art Community is newest art endeavor
June 21, 2017 - 10:21am
Flo Kahlstorf, owner of Minnesota Pines Therapy, is teaching a course about stretching. "If you are not stretching all four sides of the body, then you aren't releasing all of the restrictions that can be limiting movement there," she explains. (Shannon Geisen/Enterprise)
A stretch a day keeps the doctor away
June 21, 2017 - 10:19am
Nickelodeon star Jimmy Neutron to appear in Park Rapids
June 21, 2017 - 10:16am
Letter to the editor: Tails on the Trail support appreciated
June 21, 2017 - 9:33am
Greg Junker Quinn and Theresa Junker Quinn of the team, Hubbard County Bandits, celebrate as time runs out during the Tower Build challenge in Heartland Park as part of the Amazing Chase on Saturday. Their team tower stood 87.5 inches high. (Photos by Kevin Cederstrom/Enterprise)
Bandits steal the show at annual Amazing Chase
June 21, 2017 - 9:22am
Park Rapids area injury accidents reported
June 21, 2017 - 8:36am
DeLaHunt hired to lead Park Rapids Lakes Area Chamber
June 21, 2017 - 8:26am
June 19, 2017
Throughout the short, but intense honey flow season in the Minnesota, roughly June through August, honeybees diligently forge a honeycomb on a plastic frame. Since the honey season just began, the frame isn't completely filled yet. The honeycomb cells are "capped" or sealed with beeswax, as seen at the top. The Boltons built their hive boxes. A single, honey-filled frame weighs about five to 10 pounds. One box tips the scales at 100 pounds. (Photos by Shannon Geisen/Enterprise)
A sweet arrangement: Couple develops hardy bees, solar gardens and location-specific honey
June 19, 2017 - 1:27pm