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Park Rapids Fishing Contest looms; set for Feb. 7
Study finds second homeowners bring expertise, money
4-H Ambassadors demonstrate lifelong leadership skills
Businesses accountable for underage alcohol sales
NFLPA instructs Patriots players to 'reserve comment'
Warroad blanks Panthers in battle of section teams
Pihlaja, Peterson spark Menahga girls past Bertha-Hewitt
Rudquist leads Braves by NYM
Chase leads Tigers to pair of victories
GERALD "JERRY" W. JOHNSON
GENEVA A. SWANSON
LILA MAY ZUBKE
CHARLES "CHUCK" BURNS
First Responders on path to success after rough times
Legion Christmas dinner raises $3,000 for Salvation Army
Toys For Boys is an institution for memorabilia collectors
Fargo's Zach Johnson advances on 'American Idol'
Marilyn reviews the Grand Forks' McDonalds
Artists, writers welcome to find inspiration at weekly Terrapin Station gathering
Rescued loon dies of lung ailment
5-year DNR TIP investigation results in charges against four, seizure of 37 guns, 28 sets of antlers; fully intact, frozen piebald deer
Hundreds attend Menahga Family Fishing Derby
Winter trout fishing to open for first time on 24 lakes
Letters: Enbridge responds to pipe yard letter
Editorial: It’s tax season: Here’s a few tips to assist
Letter: GOP waving white flag on transportation?
Letter: Working to strengthen Greater Minnesota
Letter: Thanks for support of senior nutrition
Cody’s Corner: Briards are great dogs
September 14, 2013
School board raises principal salaries
By Anna Erickson firstname.lastname@example.org The Park Rapids Area School Board approved a negotiated principal salary agreement for 2013-15 at the Monday, Sept. 9 board meeting. The agreement is an increase of 1 percent the first year and .5 percent the second year, along...
news / education
September 14, 2013 - 12:10pm
April 24, 2012
UND's Hakstol highest paid coach in N.D., NDSU football coach Craig Bohl not far behind
FARGO -- In the Battle of the Coaching Pocketbook, UND men's hockey coach Dave Hakstol is the state's public university winner.
April 24, 2012 - 9:00am
January 30, 2012
Wadena sheriff rejects 2012 salary hike
Saying that he never intended to ask for a 2012 salary increase, Wadena County Sheriff Mike Carr Jr. appeared before the board of commissioners at their Jan. 19 meeting to ask them to take back the raise they approved for his position on Jan. 3. Carr is one of four elected officials...
January 30, 2012 - 7:45am
April 27, 2011
County, city cop salaries may be comparable in the end
Hubbard County Chief Deputy Scott Parks figures when it's all said and done, his annual county salary will be significantly below what he was making as a Park Rapids police officer. Both departments offered additional input into the county and city officers' salaries following Saturday's...
April 27, 2011 - 1:00pm
January 16, 2010
Calculating Hubbard County's average salary not a simple task
What is the average Hubbard County employee's salary? Good question. Why wasn't it included in a recent salary story? Because it's a moving target. It could be around $50,000. But that could be way off. Hubbard County has "163 employees, about 6 part-time," according to County...
January 16, 2010 - 1:01pm
County workers paid well despite ailing economy
The Hubbard County Board's decision for its employees to continue getting a 3 percent annual raise through the end of 2011 has been difficult for many people to comprehend. In the midst of a recession, with many employees taking pay cuts or losing jobs altogether, county employees...
opinion / editorials
January 16, 2010 - 1:00pm
January 13, 2010
Menahga School Board to review union's latest proposal
Menahga School staff negotiating committees may settle the 2009-11 teacher contract before the Friday deadline to avoid a hefty fine. "It's a little bit more optimistic now," superintendent Mary Klamm said. "Hopefully Friday we'll get it done." The school board has called a special...
news / education
January 13, 2010 - 1:29pm
County employees will get 3 percent raises
Hubbard County employees, despite a recession, will continue to get 3 percent annual raises through the end of 2011. County board members voted last month to give union, non-union and elected employees cost of living increases that amount to a 3 percent increase. In so doing,...
January 13, 2010 - 1:00pm