The public is invited to an Anishinaabe Heritage Festival Saturday, Nov. 18 at the Park Rapids Area Library, beginning at 11 a.m. Activities include an opening ceremony led by Mike Swan, a drum performance by the Smokey Hills Drummers and traditional Ojibwe dance by area youth. Sample authentic Ojibwe foods, create a beaded project under the direction of Neegonee Bruner, culture teacher at Pine Point School, and learn about Anishinaabe history and culture through videos and displays.
Arvig has received reports of an email scam affecting customers who use an arvig.net email address. This email is not from Arvig and should be deleted. Reports indicate that the email arrived around 8:21 p.m. on Nov. 2. It appears to come from Email support at firstname.lastname@example.org . The email states that "something unusual" was detected about a recent sign-in to the customer's account. The link in the email then redirects to a fraudulent website that looks identical to Arvig's Webmail login page; however, the URL is not Arvig's.
"Definitely a trophy," says Leonard Thelen Sr. of Park Rapids. He shot a bull moose on Sept. 13 about 70 miles southwest of Fairbanks, Alaska. According to the Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADFG), full-grown bulls stand almost 6 feet tall at the shoulder and weigh from 1,200 to 1,600 pounds.
The Mantrap Valley Conservation Club (MVCC) is pleased to announce the winners of its first scholarship essay contest for graduates of high schools from Hubbard County who are attending an accredited post-secondary institution. This is an annual scholarship award, giving $3,000 to the first place winner and $1,500 to the second place winner.
During the early morning hours of Oct. 25, the Wadena County Sheriff's Office and West Central Drug and Violent Crime Task Force agents executed a search warrant at 9948 294th Street near Sebeka as a result of a drug investigation. According to the sheriff's office report, both deputies and agents found methamphetamine, cash, a gun and multiple items of drug paraphernalia. Another search warrant was executed on a vehicle parked in the driveway of the residence. Agents located 21 grams of methamphetamine, cash and drug paraphernalia.
World Science Day for Peace and Development highlights the important role that science has in our society. It is celebrated each year on Nov. 10. World Science Day was proclaimed by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in 2001 and celebrated for the first time in 2002. A group of interested citizens in Park Rapids has decided to do something to highlight World Science Day.
Jackson Leckner shot this buck with his bow Oct. 11. Local hunters are invited to submit their recent, best hunting photos to be published in the Enterprise. Submissions can be dropped off, mailed or emailed. (Submitted photo)
Local hunters are invited to submit photos to the Park Rapids Enterprise from this season. Paul Lundquist of Ponsford shared this photo of Molly's first grouse. She's a one-year-old pure breed Britanny Spaniel. "We like to hunt near the Two Inlets State Forest. Brittanys have much natural instinct for upland game and she loves to hunt," Lundquist said. (Submitted photo)
"Hubbard's Got Talent" hits the stage on Saturday, Oct. 14. "We have so much talent around here and people seem to like these talent contest television shows, so I thought, 'Why not?'" says Bruce Bolton, Long Lake Theater manager. Bolton hopes that more talent shows will follow; it depends on how well the first one goes. First and second place winners will be selected by audience ballot, with $50 going to the top choice and $20 to runner-up. The talent show begins at 7:30 p.m.