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Century PTA gears up for school year
Nevis may see moderate tax increase
Back to school
Pipeline opponents ask Park Rapids for support
Brainerd Police: Counterfeit $100 bills being passed
Tigers tame Panthers in opener
Panthers post 5-2 wins over Crookston, LP-GE
Panthers run away with titles at Staples
Swimmers finish fourth at DL Pentathlon
Braves pound down 18 kills in victory over Eagle Valley
JAMES 'JIM' STRENDIN
MELVIN W. MESSER
ELEANOR M. NEUENSCHWANDER
ROBERT "BOB" LARSON
Oilfield businesses, individuals enjoy exclusive restaurant
New CT scanner brings innovative technology to patients
Basic Business Cents: Reinventing an organization necessary at times
AutoZone comes to Park Rapids
Heat Up Minnesota is back in 2014
Upcoming events September
Taggart twosome to perform at HUMC
A day at the PR flea market
Lodge unveiled at Detroit Mountain
Snakes in the grass: a key to Minnesota’s vanishing prairie
Groups file to list monarch butterflies as endangered
A sneak peek at Detroit Mountain
Mr. B’s Joybox Express coming to Itasca State Park
Letter: Thanks for support of lifelong learning
Letter: Thank you, Park Rapids!
Editorial: Extra patrols in place for Labor Day
Letter: Looking for lost sign after annual pig roast
Letter: Thank you to all who helped at benefit
Birthday celebration brings laughs
Celebrating 100 years
September 10, 2013
Looking for redevelopment:Bemidji Council considers rail corridor
By Bethany Wesley / Bemidji Pioneer BEMIDJI — As a taskforce was named to examine the rail corridor downtown, the Bemidji City Council authorized its members to look beyond city-owned properties to also consider neighboring properties. In doing so, however, council members repeatedly...
news / region
September 10, 2013 - 7:40am
August 21, 2013
Board deals with after the fact requests
By Sarah Smith firstname.lastname@example.org To the ever tricky lexicon of shoreland management terminology, add “creeping elegance” to gems like “bluff impact zone” and “ordinary high water mark.” “It’s probably an old engineering product development expression...
news / local
August 21, 2013 - 12:32pm
August 25, 2012
Nevis Planning Commission approves variance request for larger cabin on Lake Belle Taine
At the recommendation of Nevis planning and zoning administrator Andrew Mack, the Planning Commission has approved a variance request for Keith and Renee Thielen for property located at 116 Emily Street on Lake Belle Taine. In September, the Nevis Council denied a recommendation...
August 25, 2012 - 1:00pm
August 15, 2012
Permits approved for golf carts, art
A man will be allowed to continue selling golf carts on his residential property on Henrietta Avenue. The Park Rapids Planning Commission approved...
August 15, 2012 - 1:00pm
May 14, 2011
Census data, trends 'challenges us to be more creative'
Hubbard County's population bubble, comprised of aging residents and kids leaving the nest permanently, is cause for concern, Census data suggests. That means as the Baby Boomers add to the senior population, and a sparsely populated generation ages behind them, who will take care...
news / education
May 14, 2011 - 1:00pm
March 16, 2011
City of Menahga invests in comprehensive plan updates
The city of Menahga is taking the first steps toward investing in economic development within the city. Monday evening, mayor Pat Foss and councilmember Maxine Norman, who sit on the economic development committee, proposed two budget items to the city council. After a meeting...
March 16, 2011 - 1:00pm
March 9, 2011
Public input sought on NW Minnesota transportation improvement program
The public and other stakeholders are invited to provide input on the Minnesota Department of Transportation's Area Transportation Improvement Program Plan for construction projects from 2012-2015. The public comment period for the ATIP began March 5 and ends April 4. The ATIP...
March 9, 2011 - 1:00pm