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 former Park Rapids city planner and administrator will serve out the final four months of Katie Rittgers's incomplete term.
Incumbent State Sen. Paul Utke was renominated on Aug. 9 despite the party endorsement going to Bret Bussman.
The jury is out on whether it's usual or unusual for city officials to report monthly to the council. You're the jury. So what do you say?
Families from Nevis and Akeley enjoyed free games, live music, food and a chance to visit with emergency personnel.
A recent tuckpointing, sandblast and seal were the shrine's first major maintenance in over 60 years.
The council approved conditional use permits for an offices-to-apartments conversion, a neighborhood bar and a sales and auction lot.
The council's July 26 workshop also featured an update from the Heartland Lakes Economic Development Commission.
The city council recognized Rod Nordberg on July 26 for his services to the city.
The bonded school construction project will now move from design development to construction documents.
Saturday, July 23 was a day to be a kid in Nevis.