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Wadena County wanted - July 20 edition
14 hours 5 min ago
After the interview, Weaverl visieds with regular Book Ends attendee, George Geray. Submitted photo.
Weaver entertained full house at Book Ends event
15 hours 9 min ago
Council approves paint colors; approves 2016 audit
16 hours 33 sec ago
Can you be charged for window tint for vehicle purchased at dealer?
16 hours 8 min ago
Clergy view: True change happens within
18 hours 11 min ago
Faith briefs
July 22, 2017 - 1:47pm
Wadena County Department Heads Kyra Ladd, left, Deana Malone, Soledad Henriksen and Curt Kreklau were on hand June 11 when the Board of Commissioners discussed a policy for handling a raise of salary request made by Auditor/Treasurer Judy Taves on behalf of a member of her staff. Brian Hansel/Pioneer Journal
Commissioners tussle with employee raise request
July 22, 2017 - 1:32pm
A helping hand: Wadena electrical workers lend assistance to DL after storm
July 22, 2017 - 10:18am
Weekly crime report - July 20 edition
July 22, 2017 - 10:18am
Police Scanner - July 20 edition
July 21, 2017 - 7:24pm
Entertainment briefs - July 20 edition
July 21, 2017 - 5:33pm
While conventional in appearance the Lion Electric bus is powered entirely by electricity. The bus made a stop at Todd-Wadena Electric in Wadena July 11 where those interested in the technology could catch a ride and check out the next generation machine. Brian Hansel/Pioneer Journal
Running all on electricity
July 21, 2017 - 5:23pm
Those attending the Class of 1947 Reunion Monday at the Uptown Cafe in Wadena were, from row, from left, Wanda (Gallagher) Maroney, Lois (Gustafson) Johnson, Carol (Thompson) Baker, Olga (Goedel) Schwartz and Verle Blaha. Back row, from left, Marilyn (Bernauer) Morstad, Evelyn (Kuefler) Soderberg, Maggie (Langer) Wallgren, Eunice (Erickson) Dague, Verlys (Johnson) Dilley, Gladys (Brunko) Finck, Dorothy (Pierson) Perrine and Joanne (Halliwell) Walz. Brian Hansel/Pioneer Journal
The long, winding road back home
July 21, 2017 - 4:40pm
Jake Dykhoff is greeted at home plate after scoring the winning run in Wadena-Deer Creek's 1-0 extra inning victory over Holdingford. Submitted photo.
Phillips' RBI single in the 12th lifts W-DC
July 20, 2017 - 6:34pm
From left, Flash, Comet and Roxy are at the center of new controvery on the old kennel ordinance. Courtesy photo.
Thousands sign petition for Wadena woman to keep her three dogs
July 20, 2017 - 8:09am

Inside Wadena PJ

Lylah Radach, 7, and Rhea Radach, 4, pose with the family’s kitten and chickens. The stray kitten showed up at their home in mid-November, took a liking to the chickens, and now lives in the coop. (Beth Leipholtz | Echo Press)

A stray kitten has found a home in an unlikely place — a Garfield family's chicken coop.

Micah and Allyson Radach say the kitten, not more than a few months ...

The Wadena County Transfer Station expansion is complete and came in under budget. Anna Erickson/Pioneer Journal

A Wadena County Transfer Station expansion is complete.

The project, which included an expansion to the northeast side of the building allowed for more storage. The project cost just over ...

Joan Hess, of Verndale, received a flu shot this week from Tri-County Health Care Primary Care Nursing Manager Diane George earlier this week. Hess said she gets a flu shot every year and thinks it helps prevent sickness. Anna Erickson/Pioneer Journal.

It's the season for sneezin' and health officials are recommending people get a flu shot sooner than later.

"By far, the best prevention against the flu is getting the vaccine," ...

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Wadena County Fair 2017

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Wadena-Deer Creek Class of 2017

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