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Prevent a fall, play with invisible ball
Fall harvest dangers are numerous
Weekly crime report - Oct. 1 edition
Danielson. Brockpahler named WDC "Superheros of the week"
Minnesota tests bridge-inspecting drones
Pirates square off with Class A giants at Burnsville
Rockets rally for 24-21 victory over Pirates
Wolverines test themselves against huge field at Milaca
Wolverines earn split at Staples
Wolverines earn victory, tie in Class AA Showcase
Harold Henry Milbradt
Kenneth "Ken" Joseph Ament
Melvin "Mel" Jones
Azure Vision Care opens at new location
CMCU sponsors new scoreboard at ‘The Mas’
Sweet Pickins opens on north Jefferson
Verndale Custom Builders opens
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recognized TCHC for organ donor enrollment achievement
Wadena Area Concert Association season begins
Fochs to present "Minnesota's Lost Towns" Oct. 16
Mary Ann Patten a heroine at sea
Vergas author releases 12th novel
Entertainment briefs - Sept. 24 edition
Immanuel Lutheran Church members serve Wadena
More than $600 goes to St. Joseph Catholic Church
WDC Class of 1955 holds reunion
Living Faith: Does Beth Moore preach 'prosperity gospel'?
VA expands review of chemical exposure in drinking water at Marine Corps base Camp Lejeune
What needs to be done when selling vehicle through private party?
Thank a ref for giving back to their sport
Your letters - Sept. 24 edition
Does traffic have to wait for cyclists trying to cross at an intersection?
Great summer, great color?
Tulaby boater chases buck until it drowns
June 13, 2014
Wadena warns residents to clean up properties, mow grass
The Wadena Police Department's push for property owners to remove junk from their yards isn't just about making the city look nice. "(It's)...
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June 13, 2014 - 12:00am
January 12, 2013
Taking the oath
With family by her side, Gillette Kempf is sworn in as a new Wadena City Council member during Tuesday's meeting. Brian Hillesland was also sworn...
January 12, 2013 - 12:00am
September 4, 2012
Park Rapids officials accept resignation of city administrator
The Park Rapids City Council formally accepted the resignation of City Administrator Bill Smith. "I thank the council for entrusting the city to my care for the past four years," he said in a letter. "That decision is especially telling considering that I came to the helm just as...
September 4, 2012 - 10:52am
October 29, 2010
Gillette Kempf vs Toby Pierce and Jeanette Baymler for Wadena City Council
Wadena City Council Gillette Kempf Wadena City Council candidate Gillette Kempf did not respond to a questionnaire mailed to her address listed in election filings.
October 29, 2010 - 11:35am
Jeanette Baymler vs Toby Pierce and Gillette Kempf for Wadena City Council
Wadena City Council Jeanette Baymler Relevant education and experience: I have been on the Wadena City Council for 12 years. 1. Wadena survived...
October 29, 2010 - 11:31am
City talks 71, southeast infrastructure projects
The city of Wadena expects a deal when it goes out for bids on the U.S. Highway 71 (South Jefferson reconstruction) project this year. "Contractors are hungry," said Jade Berube with Ulteig Engineers. "A lot more bidders are coming out for these projects." The project was expected...
April 29, 2009 - 2:01pm
April 15, 2009
City alarmed at possible loss of summer rec funding
Members of the Wadena City Council heard Tuesday night from citizens and its own members that a huge cut to summer recreation funding could have ripples that could close the community pool or shut down youth activities this summer. Council member Don Niles is serving his first year...
April 15, 2009 - 1:28pm
April 15, 2009 - 12:19pm
April 8, 2009
Former Sebeka councilman charged with kidnapping; allegedly spoke of murder-suicide
A former Sebeka city councilman has been charged with kidnapping and allegedly spoke openly about a murder-suicide plot. Randy Lee Pickar, 53,...
April 8, 2009 - 12:43pm
March 25, 2009
City council peruses new regional library contract
The Wadena City Council had a few discussion points to share with the Kitchigami Regional Library Board before it signs off on a new long-term contract. City Administrator Brad Swenson said the current agreement is 30-40 years old, and the board is working to hammer out a new agreement...
March 25, 2009 - 4:07pm