By Brett Kent / For the Enterprise Welcome back to the Beehive. Oh my word, do I have a lot to talk about. Let’s see, I want to let you...
By Lindsey Bever / Washington Post Last week, Brittany Maynard stood atop the Grand Canyon, dressed in a banana-yellow shirt, hot-pink sweater and a quiet smile. She posed in snapshots with her family — documenting the last adventure on her “bucket list.” Maynard, 29, was diagnosed in April with a stage 4 malignant brain tumor and given six months to live. She also learned how she could suffer in the end, losing her ability to speak and use her own body.
By Menahga School Board members This letter is the first of two commentaries by Menahga School Board members. Why is the Menahga School Board writing this position statement? As a board, we feel the Nov. 4 bond election decision will impact the success and future of our school and community. As the election date approaches, misinformation has been circulated by individuals opposed to the building bond referendum, or opinions are misrepresented as facts.
Join the Early Childhood staff and children at the Halloween Parade through the Heritage Nursing Home from 9:30-10:15 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 31. Show off costumes while entertaining those who live and work at Heritage. Stay until the end for surprises! There is no charge to join the parade, but you must register by calling 237-6600. The Park Rapids Rotary Club welcomes trick-or-treaters to treat the Hubbard County Food Shelf this year by dropping off a nonperishable item or making a cash donation Friday, Oct. 31. Hours will coincide with Trick or Treat Park Rapids from 3-6 p.m.
The Northern Light Opera Company will present Carlo Menotti’s made- for-television Christmas opera “Amahl and the Night Visitors” Dec.
The Hubbard County Sheriff’s Office will be accepting bids on impounded passenger motor vehicles seemed as ‘junk’ and/or scrap vehicles. These motor vehicles are deemed as scrap or salvage – meaning they have been involved in an accident, will not start/run, have no keys, may not have a title, were abandoned, and/or are not in operable condition. All vehicles will be sold AS-IS and WHERE-IS. No promises, guarantees, or warranties are made regarding the quality or working order of any part of the vehicles. The vehicle may or may not have a title and/or keys.
The public is welcome to attend and participate in an upcoming candidate forum sponsored by the Park Rapids League of Women Voters, prior to Election Day. The League is sponsoring this and other candidate forums this fall to educate the public about issues in the campaigns, provide an opportunity for voters to hear candidates discuss those issues face-to-face, stimulate public interest and participation in the elections and provide an opportunity for the candidates to engage their constituents. The next forum will be for Park Rapids Mayor will be held from 7 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct.
Fergus Falls Daily Journal A 31-year-old Fergus Falls woman was left with substantial internal injuries when she was rolled over by a car she was trying to start. Alysha Cassman had been driving south on county road in Otter Tail County delivering newspapers when her 1992 Cadillac stopped running. She went under the vehicle in an attempt to get it started again. As Cassman’s car was not fully in park mode, it moved forward over her.
Park Rapids Area Library is bringing Zorongo Flamenco Dance Theatre to Armory Square, Park Rapids at 7 p.m. Monday, Oct.