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'Life Live It!' group continues mental health awareness efforts
Memorial Day events Monday in Wadena
Newsbriefs - May 26 edition
Wadena man faces charges for more sex crimes
Benefit set for infant with heart-related syndrome
Wolverines notch 7-0 victory over Bulldogs
Adams, Hahn tie for No. 1 shooting honors
Copa puts out fires in Raiders' 7-6 win
Miska, Patriots end Wolverines' season
Kern places fifth at Deacon's Lodge
Kenneth "Ken" Moenck
Charles William Zosel
DeWayne Leo Brever
Kenneth "Ken" Moenck
'The Station' now serving customers in Deer Creek
New dentist joins Reuter Family Dentistry team
Five Wings Arts Council announces new grant program
M State earns national accreditation for Concurrent Education program
Fair Oaks Lodge opens 10-bed Transitional Care Unit
Five Wings Gallery invites public to 'Just Paint' artist's reception
Entertainment briefs - May 26 edition
Wadena Farmers Market open for the season
Staples Area Men's Chorus to perform at The Afterglow on Saturday
WDC PTO hosting Color-A-Thon May 27
Birth announcements - May 19 edition
Students with local ties graduates from MSUM
That God, he sure knows how to throw a party
Area students graduate from Minnesota State-Mankato
What's at church?
IOM gulf war report "Turns science on its head"
Here's the buzz for helping bees
How many people wear a seatbelt?
Fix MN's awful student-to-counselor ratio
Where can ATVs be driven?
Be aware of bears this spring
AgweekTV: Bringing Up Bison
Signs all point to a good fishing opener in area
Bluffton man's invention aims to thwart generator thieves
Overnight chill creates beautiful frost-filled landscape
on May 29, 2011
at 10:29 p.m.
Craig Stich of Battle Lake caught a 40-inch northern pike that tipped the scales at 15 pounds, 4 ounces.
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Ken Kortenbusch of Albany nailed a 5-pound, 12-ounce glasseye May 22 while fishing on West Lost Lake with a crappie minnow.
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Mike Macheledt was fishing in just three feet of water on Otter Tail Lake with a Shad Rap when he hooked a 31-inch walleye that weighed 9 pounds.
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