Sarah Smith is the outdoors editor. She covers courts, business and breaking news in addition to outdoors events.
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BY Sarah smith email@example.com When Amielia Kahlstorf decided to open her own hair care business after years of working at other salons, she pressed dear old dad into service last fall. The result was a cute and homey feeling salon in her garage at 806 Central Avenue. She walks out of one door and into another to her job.
BY Sarah smith firstname.lastname@example.org A grass fire late Monday night tested the mettle of three fire departments. Park Rapids, Carsonville and the DNR fought a blaze on 120th Street and 165th Avenue around midnight. Park Rapids Fire Chief Donn Hoffman said the fire “was very hard to get to” in a wooded area. “Our UTV got us to part of it,” Hoffman said. “We ended up using a Cat (Caterpillar) and bombardier from the DNR.” Because of recent rains, DNR firefighters and their equipment are not on call anymore, Hoffman said, making manpower and equipment a bit trickier to assemble.
BY Sarah smith email@example.com Twenty years ago eight Hubbard County women formed an investment group. Like all ventures with the stock market, Itasca Investment Club won money and lost money. Now the eight are savvy investors who have recouped their losses during the recession and sprang back. They’re now in the black, but it’s been a roller coaster ride. The club now has 12 members. “We’re riding a wave of it,” said member Barb Thomason. “We managed to hang in through the bad times.
BY Sarah smith firstname.lastname@example.org As the date for a hearing on the Sandpiper oil pipeline looms, Enbridge officials maintain that outside Hubbard County, the public favors the line in a two-to-one margin. Today (Wednesday) the Public Utilities Commission holds oral arguments for North Dakota Pipeline Company’s certificate of need for the Sandpiper Project.
PARK RAPIDS - A 15-year-old pedestrian was hit by a Pontiac Sunfire Thursday, rolled off the car's hood and onto Huntsinger Avenue in Park Rapids in Hubbard County, reported the Minnesota State Patrol. Bailey A. Iwen of Osage was taken to St.
The Bemidji Police Department is alerting local businesses to be aware of counterfeit $20 bills.
BY Sarah smith email@example.com A funky new store on Park Rapids’ Main Avenue makes you clap your hand to your forehead and ask, “Why didn’t I think of that?” Filled...
BY Sarah smith firstname.lastname@example.org A 19-year-old Sebeka woman died after a high speed pursuit into Laporte that reached speeds of 90 mph Friday morning. Hailey D. Bergstrom died at the...
Cass County Sheriff Tom Burch reports that the victims in last week’s shooting have been identified as Leo Jordan, age 57, and David Smith, age 60, both of Walker MN. The investigation and preliminary autopsy results show the men died of a murder/suicide scenario. The incident appears to have been contained to these two parties at the residence and the general public is not in danger in relation to this incident.
This is being posted because the incorrect date was furnished to the Enterprise and is in today's newspaper. Necce’s Italian Ristorante will again host a spaghetti dinner for the benefit of the Star of the North Marine Corps Honor Guard on June 10, 2015 with servings 4:00pm to 8:00pm.