No injuries were reported in a house fire early Thursday morning in Helga Township. The fire in the 24000 block of 496th Street was reported to the Bemidji Fire Department at 4:26 a.m. When fire fighters arrived on scene, the rear half of the home was engulfed in flames, according to a release from the department.
Cass County Sheriff Tom Burch reports that on Saturday, March 7, 2015 at 11:53 AM, the Cass County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a snowmobile crash involving a logging...
Ed Schultz decided it was the right time to promote Wrong Lake in Fargo. The liberal political commentator, host of “The Ed Schultz Show” and former WDAY-TV sportscaster purchased a fishing lodge six years ago on the lake located in Manitoba. Now the Minnesota State University Moorhead alumnus is back in Fargo to promote Big Eddie’s North Country Lodge, lo
Genealogy research is fast becoming a popular hobby. The Park Rapids Area Library offers free access to Ancestry.com through the computers in the library for people tracing their family genealogy. Patrons who wish to continue their genealogy research using the records available through FamilySearch.org may now order films to be sent directly to the local library. Patrons must set up their own account with FamilySearch.org, and will be responsible for ordering and paying on-line for the materials they want. Microfilms will be sent to the Park Rapids Area Library an
Brainerd Dispatch Websites such as Craigslist continue to be a top resource for people looking to buy and sell used — and unused - merchandise or household goods. While most transactions are successful and bargains can be found, Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota (BBB) reminds people it's important to exercise caution and take steps to ensure personal safety. "Everyone loves a bargain and online sites like craigslist certainly provide a service," said Dana Badgerow, president and CEO of BBB of Minnesota and North Dakota, in a news release.
By Blane Klemek I just read a story about a little girl somewhere in England that receives little gifts from crows that she feeds daily handouts to. The crows evidently leave her (in kind perhaps?) with an array of objects.
By Brad Laabs With the trend toward longer daylight and warming temperatures, the March turn on for tullibees will start and continue until we have dark ice. Tullibee are often referred to as cisco and are different (but cousins to) whitefish. Tullibees have an under bite shaped mouth and whitefish have an overbite mouth. Whitefish also tend to run bigger. The state record came out of Leech Lake and topped the scales at 12lbs 5 oz. The state record size tullibee is 4lbs 3oz.
St. Cloud Times Seven juveniles were arrested and a St. Cloud police officer suffered a broken nose during a fight Thursday night at the St. Cloud Children's Home, according to St. Cloud police Sgt. Jason Burke. As many as nine juveniles were involved in the fight.
Kevin Cederstrom is now leading the newsroom staff at the Park Rapids Enterprise. Cederstrom began his duties as editor this month. He comes to Park Rapids from southwestern North Dakota where he worked as a freelance photojournalist for Forum Communications publications and other national and regional media organizations. “I’ve known Kevin for some time, and he has an impressive background of photography and writing,” said Mary Brenk, Enterprise publisher. “He brings an enormous amount of talent to the Enterprise.
By Ginger Woodrum HUBBARD COUNTY ASSESSOR By the end of March, local property tax valuation and classification notices will be sent to all property owners in Hubbard County. These notices inform citizens of the assessed value of their property as of Jan. 2, 2015 based on sales of comparable properties in 2013 and 2014.