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" I hope it's a coincidence and not a trend," said Hubbard County Attorney Don Dearstyne. "If it's a trend it's alarming," said Hubbard County Chemical Dependency Coordinator Sara Bowles. Four women have been arrested drunk this summer in Hubbard County, driving with their children in the car. All four incidents resulted in a crash. None of the children was seriously injured physically. Bowles said the emotional scarring could take years to heal. n On June 1, Ashlie Marie Jackson, 24, of Dilworth, was northbound on U.S.
The first block of Main Avenue businesses have been hooked up to the city's new water main. "It's been going fairly, fairly well," said project manager Jon Olson. Meanwhile removal crews continue to push southward, removing pavement and sidewalk concrete. Because many of the Main Avenue buildings are a century old, crews have found some obstacles as they hook up the water to the main. For instance, the Tin Ceiling's foundation is made of rock. Although Olson said most of the foundations are poured concrete and rock, a couple buildings are sitting on rock bases. "It's not uncommon f
A gentle soul who belonged to the world was laid to rest today in this small Minnesota town he grew up in. Dr. Thomas L. Grams, 51, was assassinated Aug.
What has become a polarizing disagreement among 87 Kabekona Lake residents pits progress versus preservation. The upcoming County 37 resurfacing project, slated to begin in 2011, has caused a bitter split among those opposed to widening and those who feel it would be safer to pave and refinish the road surface. County 37 is a Natural Preservation Road that runs along the south shore of Kabekona Lake.
If you've ever imagined what the Garden of Eden must have looked like, there is a living reincarnation of it tucked into a shaded residential neighborhood in north Park Rapids. And the "garden of the month" designation for Renee Wickman's North Street yard almost seems like a slight rather than an acknowledgement of what this diminutive woman has transformed her yard into. From curb to boundary lines, it bursts with vibrant color, charm and tranquility. "I like flowers, even since I was a little kid," Renee said.
With amber waves of grain waving in the background an annual flag raising and retirement ceremony took place on a bluff north of Ponsford Saturday. The 5th annual All Veterans Tribute was held at Howard Maninga's Vietnam Veterans Memorial on Bunker Hill Road in Becker County.
Two candidates for Menahga city offices withdrew last week during the allowed time. Interim clerk/treasurer Susie Larson said longtime council member Dennis Komulainen and mayoral candidate Kurt Clark Sr, both withdrew their names for consideration on the November ballot. In Henrietta Township, the correct filings are as follows: Supervisor B: Brenda Carpenter; Supervisor C: Edward "Ed" DeLaHunt, Dacle L.
The recount of a third Menahga referendum took three hours Monday with no changes. Opponents of a measure to allow Menahga School District 821 to issue general obligation school building bonds of $4.35 million have prevailed in squelching the project by a razor thin margin of victory. Menahga voters went to the polls Aug. 10. The final vote count was 695 no votes and 692 yes votes. The recounted results are not final until canvassing tonight. For more on the story see Wednesday's Enterprise.
If the "Big 3" are any indication, Hubbard County department heads will once again offer meager budgets for 2011. County commissioners met with the heads of the Highway Department, Social Services and Law Enforcement Wednesday to begin the budgeting process.