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Live stream: Jacob Wetterling funeral service at 10 a.m. Sunday
Zebra mussels found in Lake Sallie, three other Minnesota lakes
PTSD ride helps support service dogs for veterans
Local artisans opening their studios this weekend
Fall colors greet Headwaters 100 riders this Saturday
Panthers finish third at Mid-State tournament
Panthers, Tigers move up in state polls
Panthers take control down stretch to sink Pirates
Greenway rallies to defeat Tigers
Shorthanded Panthers run at Bagley
Everett Lee Langland
Anton "Tony" Joseph Panek
Donald LeRoy Wilson
Norma Elizabeth Nordstrom
Basic Business Cents: Innovate for success
Basic Business Cents: Image Management
Lickin' Good Whole Pet Foods opens new storefront on Main
Dorset's Heartland Art Studio bolsters regional art
Basic Business Cents: Job description for vice president of culture
Poet, folk singer offering free songwriting workshop at Nemeth Art Center
Who Will Be the Great American Storyteller?
Free screenings of Pine Point documentary this weekend
America's top female quintet performing Sept. 23
Sculpture tour will add to Art Leap experience
Minnesota DNR proposes changes to 48 trout stream designations
Minnesota’s high school clay target state championship drew 7,000 shooters
Minnesota master sergeant takes some blind veterans on a turkey hun
Fish activity peaks after storm fronts move through
Fly fishing provides stress relief
Editorial: League of Women Voters goal is to make democracy work for all
Letter: Global warming plus global cooling equals climate change
Commentary: Drive slow, use extra caution around school zones
Editorial: Take time to discuss suicide prevention
Commentary: Country faces political divide and opposing worldviews
Recipes: Back to school
U.S. Navy Capt. from Park Rapids completes tour in CJTF-HOA
Recipe: Pasta and Meatballs
March 28, 2012
HC Land Department explains spring planting of 300,000 pine seedlings
In the spring of each year the Hubbard County Natural Resource Management Department ensures that the future pineries will continue to provide...
March 28, 2012 - 1:00pm
February 22, 2012
Seedling trees now available to Park Rapids residents; six choices, all free
The Park Rapids Urban Forestry Committee and the Park Rapids Rotary Club are coordinating on a project to offer free seedling trees to residents and business owners within the city of Park Rapids for planting this spring. The trees will be available free of charge to residents and...
February 22, 2012 - 1:00pm
January 5, 2012
Wadena SWCD hosting tree open house to replace those lost in 2010 tornado
The Wadena SWCD is going to be hosting their annual Tree Open House on Thursday, January 19th from noon-6p.m. at the SWCD offices located at 4 Alfred St NE in Wadena. At this Open House, those who lost trees to the 2010 Tornados can come in to sign up for their free trees that will...
January 5, 2012 - 1:07pm
October 12, 2011
Hubbard County Soil and Water Conservation taking tree orders
The Hubbard County Soil and Water Conservation District is now taking orders for conservation grade trees and shrubs scheduled to be picked up May 4-6, 2012. A variety of deciduous, conifers and shrubs are available to choose from. Orders may be placed until April but quantities are...
October 12, 2011 - 1:00pm
September 24, 2011
'Green for Life' teaches kids about trees
Park Rapids kindergartners learned about the many ways trees provide food, oxygen and shelter for "Green for Life." The Minnesota Nursery and...
September 24, 2011 - 1:00pm
June 11, 2011
DNR Forestry in Park Rapids loses 600 trees in Memorial Day tornado
"We aren't 100 percent sure at this point but it's probably going to be a combination of red pine and white pine" to replace the forest lost,...
June 11, 2011 - 1:00pm
October 7, 2010
DNR broken bat promotion with Twins a big hit
At the beginning of the major league baseball season, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) teamed up with the Minnesota Twins to launch "Break a Bat, Plant a Tree," an innovative partnership that has given both sports fans and outdoors enthusiasts good reasons to cheer. According...
October 7, 2010 - 8:07am
December 2, 2009
Hortiscope: Local reader: Do horses thwart tree development?
Q: I was reading an article that you wrote in the Park Rapids Enterprise about horses chewing on trees and the damage they do to the land. I have 75 acres of land that is about 70 percent wooded. I rent it out during the spring, summer and fall to a cattle rancher who has about 15...
December 2, 2009 - 1:01pm
October 28, 2009
Trees will survive high winds, torrential rains
Q: My cut leaf birch tree splits into two main branches. One side has leaves that all died last month after 100-mile per hour winds during a thunderstorm. Is this from the bending of the tree during the storm or do you think this is the result of a disease? A: Cut leaf birches...
October 28, 2009 - 1:00pm
September 30, 2009
Hortiscope: Apple tree can wait for hard frost to transplant
Q: I am wondering if it is too late to transplant an apple tree that is 6 or 7 years old. It is more than 10 feet tall. There are apples on the tree. Also, is it too late to transplant a Ponderosa tree? I don't know how old it is, but is about 12 feet tall. A: While they can be...
September 30, 2009 - 1:00pm
September 16, 2009
Hortiscope: Spruce trees will survive bugs and high winds
Q: I have four small spruce trees. Last year, worms started eating the needles. I used several sprays from the store, but to no avail. Then I started killing them with my fingers. There was no end to them. This year, the needles have not returned, but there is new growth on them....
September 16, 2009 - 1:00pm
September 9, 2009
Hortiscope: Hollyhocks in our zone may live again if cut
Q: I have a very large basswood tree in my backyard. In mid-July, it starts dropping an incredible amount of thin, long, light-brown leaves and small, hard, tan-brown berries. Is this typical of this tree and how long should I expect it to last? A: All of what you describe is normal...
September 9, 2009 - 1:00pm
June 17, 2009
Insecticides and pie pans protect trees and fruits
Q: I have a pine tree that is oozing a waxy substance. There is so much of it that the rocks beneath the tree are shiny. I also noticed that the branches are covered with little black bugs. They look like they might have wings, but none of them are flying. The tree looks wet from...
June 17, 2009 - 1:00pm