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Robin Fish is a staff reporter at the Park Rapids Enterprise. Contact him at or 218-252-3053. He covers the Park Rapids City Council and the Park Rapids School Board, and also handles faith and entertainment content for the newspaper.

A graduate of Crosby-Ironton High School, Bethany Lutheran College, Mankato State University and Concordia Theological Seminary in Fort Wayne, Ind., Robin enjoys reading, reviewing books and movies, playing piano and organ, creative writing, blogging and composing music.

The school board decided May 16 to forgo a special meeting May 17 to re-interview the top two of six candidates for the open positions.
Park Rapids, Nevis, Laporte, Cass Lake-Bena and St. Philip's students get a hands-on experience of nature at Camp Wilderness.
The Park Rapids Class of 2022 walked through the school halls on May 17.
Young people grapple with mysteries, just like any other age group. Perhaps these tales of juvenile detectives will get you hooked on a books.
The spring concert featured the talents of a "very musical group," according to music teacher Louise Bass.
Nevis High School's 2022 prom started with a grand march featuring 44 pairs, singles and trios, then moved on to the Firefly.
In other business, the council hears further comment on a proposed Birch St. bar and makes fund transfers in preparation for an annual audit.
Lacking widespread citizen feedback or a clear direction on what to do, a repeal or revision of the ordinance that passed in 2020 was tabled on May 9.
Council member Sue Gray suggested main points for posted reminders of state and local law regulating ATV traffic on city streets.
Jon Roscoe with Miller McDonald, Inc. said the city's 2021 financial statements were fairly reported, requiring a few adjustments, with enough cash reserves to operate for "a lot of months."