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Fargo man snaps dramatic scene as lightning interrupts fireworks display
Missing North Dakota woman’s death an accident, authorities say after vehicle, prosthetic discovered in Idaho
Haze from Canada fires move back into region
ND missing woman’s car, prosthetic found in Idaho
Partial detour of Highway 89 near Bemidji begins today, July 6
Esox split league games
Snurdbirds top Lakers, rout Bison
Park Rapids 18U team off to 10-0 start
Legion, VFW teams playing well
Seniors led Tigers to successful season
BARTHOLOMEW GLATZMAIER, SR.
PEARL D. SEMMLER
MELVIN "BUTCH" MOE
Handing over the keys to new business
Six-Toed Cat offers unique treasures
Eischens an architect of all things cabinet
Hornbacher's turns attention to Grand Forks, buying Super One store
Sunday, July 12 - 11am-4pm
Funky, blue jam grass band performing at 2nd Street Stage
Dorset Boardwalk Art Festival
July 4th (and 3rd) lake celebrations
Lumberjack legend celebrated in Akeley
Gathering geese: DNR banding birds for statewide study
AnglingBuzz: Catching Largemouth Bass feeding on suspended bluegills
Cowboy ropes orphaned bear cub to rescue it for rehab
Lead fishing tackle ingested by fish is killing loons and other birds
Detroit Mountain bike trails set to open
Letter: SCOTUS decision has moral implications
Good times on the 4th of July
Survey says: Minnesota nice and safe
Editorial: Condition, stabilization debate? Try pipelines
Letter: Dascalos family extends thank you
Bemidji writer reveals honey’s versatility in new cookbook
Grand Forks food blogger wins national award for ‘My Name is Yeh’
February 22, 2014
Board promotes solid waste attendant
By Sarah Smith firstname.lastname@example.org Longtime solid waste attendant Jannelle Pederson has been promoted to supervisor at the main...
news / local
February 22, 2014 - 11:38am
November 9, 2013
Tale of the tires: Could waste fees now go up?
By Sarah Smith email@example.com Hubbard County commissioners are weighing a change in solid waste fees after a multi-million...
news / local
November 9, 2013 - 12:23pm
April 12, 2013
Bonds approved for Perham refuse burner expansion
By Tom Hintgen / East Ottertail Focus - The Otter Tail County Board of Commissioners on April 2 approved a resolution awarding the sale of $19.3 million in waste disposal revenue bonds to finance improvements to the refuse burner in Perham. The burner, operated by Otter Tail County...
news / region
April 12, 2013 - 8:02am
June 22, 2011
Hubbard County lake residents concerned about 'junky yards'
As Hubbard County continues to tweak amendments to its solid waste ordinance defining what constitutes a junkyard, residents continue to put...
news / local
June 22, 2011 - 1:00pm
May 25, 2011
Henrietta Mall customers will see stricter policies at transfer station
You could call it a going-out-of-business sale if it had ever been in business. Laissez-faire policies of live and let live at Hubbard County's...
May 25, 2011 - 1:00pm
May 21, 2011
County discusses complaints over south transfer station
As nightly repairs continue to the South Side Transfer Station dump chute, commissioners and Solid Waste Superintendent Vern Massie discussed...
May 21, 2011 - 1:00pm
May 7, 2011
Communism? County debates the rights of property owners
An attempt to update language in Hubbard County's solid waste ordinance turned into an hour-long debate on individual property rights versus...
May 7, 2011 - 1:00pm
July 20, 2009
Hubbard mulls joining regional consortium at Perham incinerator
The possibility of a regional solid waste collaboration, including the expansion of the Perham incinerator, was the topic of a meeting of Wadena, Otter Tail, Hubbard, Todd, Clay and Becker Counties and the city of Perham last Wednesday. The Perham Resource and Recovery Facility needs...
July 20, 2009 - 7:43am
County pays back haulers at higher rate than sought
Wadena County commissioners accepted the solid waste committee's recommendation to continue hauling loads directly Perham but deviated from a recommended tipping fee discount for haulers -- actually increasing the amount the county will pay. The discount will be $5 per ton, not the...
July 20, 2009 - 7:42am