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Lions donate vision machines to area residents
Police: Driver who crashed stolen bus punched Fargo officer
CHI St. Joseph’s Health is now prepared for possible Ebola threat
Cody’s Corner: Pine Point students know all about caring for animals; K9 Oakley needs a bulletproof vest
Woman in horse starvation case starts jail time early
Seniors ready to lead Braves
Panthers expecting successful campaign
Bellefeuille leads Frazee past Menahga
TRF holds Panthers to three shots in 10-0 win
Panthers’ up-tempo style should produce victories
BRUCE "BRUTUS" FRITZ
Knute Nelson receives community health grant
TruStar named one of healthiest credit unions in U.S.
Allison Cease earns funeral director license
Essentia Health-Park Rapids Clinic welcomes Physician Assistant
Enbridge opens office in Park Rapids; Tomte will staff it
Kindergartners, first graders offer turkey recipes
Sowing seeds of imagination
DL Mountain grand opening is Friday
Resorters, anglers accuse DNR of ignoring 'walleye heritage
A chilly swim
Deer harvest down 36 percent statewide
Mixed results for opening hunt
Letter: A time to learn, think about hospice care
Editorial: Don’t let a scammer wreck your holiday
Letter: Park Rapids has a fragile aquifer
Editorial: Cigarette use drops among high school students
Letter: Thankful for religious liberty to write
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Letter: Assisted Living centers provide needed care
Cody’s Corner: Pets in Beirut filled security need
October 22, 2014
Farm equipment, power line accidents up in rural Minnesota
MPR As farm machinery gets bigger, electric co-ops say they're seeing more incidents of farm equipment striking poles or snagging overhead lines -- collisions that can be dangerous and costly. Federated Rural Electric in southwest Minnesota had to dispatch a repair crew earlier...
news / region
October 22, 2014 - 7:47am
February 9, 2014
Biologists worry that proposed power line will disrupt golden eagle nesting sites
By Patrick Springer / The Forum A research biologist said the eagles around the Killdeer Mountains are of special concern because they exhibit...
outdoors / environment
February 9, 2014 - 10:54am
September 26, 2013
Power company plan could speed progress of Bakken oil pipelines
By Any Dalrymple / Forum News Service BISMARCK – A Duluth, Minn., energy company announced Wednesday it plans to create an energy corridor that could efficiently transport oil and natural gas produced in North Dakota and reduce natural gas flaring. ALLETE, an energy company...
news / region
September 26, 2013 - 10:47am
August 21, 2013
Letter: Other ways to move ospreys from nest
This is regarding the Ospreys eviction from power line. In Longmont, Colo., they had two separate problems with the ospreys nesting in places that could cause problems. The solution they found was to install a similar type of pole away from the original nesting site. In the case...
opinion / letters
August 21, 2013 - 1:08pm
August 10, 2013
Ospreys evicted from power line; are chronic problems
BY Sarah smith email@example.com A pair of ospreys that decided to nest overlooking the Itasca-Mantrap substation in Hubbard County was recently sent packing after power company officials found them to be a hazard. In July, the pair began erecting a nest of sticks,...
August 10, 2013 - 2:06pm
January 12, 2011
PUC won't reconsider power line ruling
Opponents of a high voltage power line were denied a rehearing into the matter last week and some say their fight to prevent the 115 kV line from being placed along a stretch of Hubbard County 18 is likely over. On Jan. 6, the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission met to consider...
news / local
January 12, 2011 - 1:00pm
July 29, 2009
New high voltage line will connect area substations
Hubbard County growth, cabin renovation and harsh winters have been the impetus behind the construction of a new 115 kV transmission line through the region. The $21 million, 33-mile high voltage line will connect the Long Lake substation to others along a central Minnesota corridor,...
July 29, 2009 - 1:00pm