A Cass Lake woman and two men from Walker have been charged in connection to damage to and copper theft from the former Ainsworth Plant in Hubbard County. According to the Hubbard County Sheriff’s Office, on Aug. 20 at 11:30 p.m., the sheriff’s office responded to a report of a suspicious pickup in the area of the former Ainsworth Lumber mill in Farden Township.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 2 Headwaters Center for Lifelong Learning (HCLL) kicks off its fall season Tuesday, Sept. 2 with Janice Haworth: “The Civil Rights Movement and the Songs They Sang,” 1-2:30 p.m. at Northwoods Bank, Park Rapids, community room. Dr. Haworth, Associate Professor of Music at Bemidji State University, explains that the Civil Rights movement of the 1960s was successful, at least partly, because of the music of the time period. The songs they sang pulled the people together and gave them a unified voice in their focus and their protests.
Emma Taggart, 12, and Jacob Taggart, 8, classically trained pianists who have delighted the Park Rapids community for the past several years, will appear in concert at the Hubbard United Methodist Church at 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 14.
Zweerink-Eickschen Courtney Zweerink of Osage and Tim Eickschen of Frazee are happy to announce their engagement and upcoming wedding. Courtney is the daughter of Troy and Mary Jo Zweerink of Osage. She is a 2010 graduate of Frazee High School and a 2013 graduate from MSCTC - Detroit Lakes with a degree in Accounting.
Denny and Eileen Bolton of Park Rapids and Randy and Patricia Benham of St. Paul announce the engagement of their children Travis Bolton and Chiara Benham. Chiara graduated from the University of San Francisco with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Asian Studies and a Master in International Relations.
As summer winds down, don’t wind up a statistic because of poor choices with drinking and driving. The Labor Day holiday is approaching the Towards Zero Deaths (TZD) Hubbard County Safe Roads Community Coalition want you to know about a Labor Day DWI mobilization to keep area roads safe. The stepped-up statewide and nationwide DWI enforcement effort runs through Sept.
RGUS FALLS, Minn. – Police here say a standoff at a residence is over after a SWAT team was unable to locate an armed person a woman had called police to report being in her home.
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As area school districts open their doors to students Tuesday, we want to make sure kids get to and from school safely. With the weather still nice many students will likely be walking or riding bicycles to school. The Minnesota Safety Council offers the following tips to help keep your children safe when traveling to and from school whether by walking or riding the bus. Parents should choose the safest route and walk it with their children. Look for the most direct route with the fewest street crossings. Teach children to obey all traffic signals and markings.