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Clarification: Students won't make up snow day
Going on tour: Sebeka teen embarking on seven-nation European trip with clarinet
Police Scanner - March 15 Edition
Weekly crime report - March 15 edition
Cultural Center calls for essays for the Great American Think-off
WDC indoor track closed to public until further notice
Wolverines topped in double overtime
Justin Morneau is Tri-County Health Care's Men's Night Out keynote speaker
Trojans hand Wolverines 60-36 playoff loss
Erkenbrack defeated in opening match
Brian B. Eide
Paul Richard Montan
Tri-County, Lakewood staff take the plunge for Special Olympics Minnesota
New provider joins TCHC Wadena Clinic behavioral health
Fair Oaks Lodge coming under new management
Wadena County Public Health holds maternal and child health multiclinic
United Way announces new board leadership
Kind leads interactive show at First Congregational March 12
Wadena Area Concert Band performs March 18
Wadena Library to feature 'Minnesota's Wild and Woolly Prohibition Days'
Jan Smith as Amelia Bloomers at Wadena County Museum March 15
Celebrate National Poetry Month with the Wadena County Historical Society April 19
St. Huberts church hosting Harvest Festival Oct. 28
God may be an easy target, but he's a strong one
The cost of being a disciple
Faith briefs - Sept. 14 edition
Faith briefs - Sept. 14 edition
Quam column: An open letter to the kids who walked out of school Wednesday
Letter: It's good to see God back in America again
Letter: Fight to save Kirkbride important
Veterans: VA unveils claims submission option that promises to complete claims within 30 days
Ask A Trooper: Can active military personnel drive with expired licenses?
Why are good duck numbers not translating to good hunter numbers?
Count your blessings and your birds
Hunting, fishing have mysteries of their own
Knob Hill, MDHA sponsoring Forkhorn Field Day Oct. 1
DNR to modernize its electronic system for hunting and fishing licenses
Alivya Lou Ann Greer
April 24, 2011
Easter Lilies have beauty, symbolism
Most of our churches will adorn their altars and surround their crosses with masses of Easter Lilies, to commemorate the resurrection of Jesus Christ and hope of life everlasting. Often called the "white-robed apostles of hope," lilies are said to have been found growing in the Garden...
April 24, 2011 - 1:21pm
April 17, 2011
How area trees survive the winter
The make up and structure of trees which grow in our zone 3 environment are different than trees which need a zone 4 or a above to survive. Jeff Gillman, associate professor of horticulture at the University of Minnesota, writes about this in his book, "How Trees Die." The minimum...
April 17, 2011 - 9:24pm
April 3, 2011
Are last year's seeds OK to plant?
Often many of us are prone to keep our unused seed over to use next year, especially if we liked the variety of the plant. Sometimes we forget how many years it was since we purchased it. Seeds we purchase have an expiration or sell-by date. However, if you are keeping seeds, how...
April 3, 2011 - 11:21am
March 27, 2011
Time is now for pruning
While it was a long, cold, old fashioned winter with a lot of snow, spring is once again taking control. However, the long, cold winter only makes us appreciate spring and the impending summer more. The large amount of snow which came before the temperatures became really cold, covered...
March 27, 2011 - 1:02pm
March 6, 2011
EOT Horticulture Day coming up March 16
The East Otter Tail County Horticulture Day will be held Saturday, March 19 in Perham at the Perham High School (note the new location). The cost will be $25, which includes five classroom sessions plus handouts, lunch, vendor shopping, coffee and refreshments. Registration begins...
March 6, 2011 - 1:33am
October 22, 2010
Tree expert: wrap young, vulnerable trees
Nurseryman Mike Pete is sounding a warning for property owners in Wadena. The younger trees that survived last summer's tornado and the younger ones that were planted to replace them are facing the potential for a lot of winter damage due to sun scald and wind burn. The reason for...
October 22, 2010 - 4:26pm
October 3, 2010
Watering trees now can prevent winter damage
Protecting our trees from winter damage begins in summer and fall by making sure they have adequate water. While this has been an exceptional year for young trees with the abundant rainfall, it is especially important that right before the ground freezes solid in November, those trees...
October 3, 2010 - 9:33pm
September 26, 2010
To cut or not to cut perennials?
What should you do with perennials in the fall? Is it best to cut them back now or wait until spring? If they are left uncut, they will catch more snow and that will provide more protection from the cold. If you have perennials which have winter interest, such as sedum, ornamental...
September 26, 2010 - 9:13pm
September 16, 2010
Tips for wintering your geraniums
Many gardeners like to keep geraniums from one year to the next. This provides plants for the home in the winter and eliminates the cost of buying new plants in the spring. Geraniums which are kept over from year to year also seem to be larger and bushier that those that are purchased...
September 16, 2010 - 8:39pm
September 10, 2010
September 10, 2010 - 6:12pm
Show 'n' Tell Dahlia
Marilyn Swanson shows off her Dahlia - Show 'n' Tell. A southwest Wadena resident, she had some damage to the house which is almost all done...
September 10, 2010 - 5:58pm
Getting to know American bittersweet
American bittersweet is one of the most ornamental of our hardy northern vines. This deciduous, climbing woody vine is native to our zone 3 area and is found growing in thickets, in stands of young trees, and along fence rows and streams. It grows vigorously and can kill shrubs or...
September 10, 2010 - 11:34am
Canning tomatoes: three methods
Tomatoes must be canned carefully to avoid spoilage and food poisoning. Some tomato varieties, even high-acid varieties, produce lower-acid fruits under some conditions. Therefore, always add bottled lemon juice or citric acid to avoid the risk of botulism. Control spoilage by...
September 10, 2010 - 11:18am
September 3, 2010
Yard of the Month
September 3, 2010 - 10:45am
September 2, 2010
Getting to know the Eastern cottontail
In Minnesota the most commonly seen mammal even in urban environments is the Eastern cottontail. Cottontails are not rodents but are a member of a group of animals called lagomorphs. Cottontails like to live on the edges of open fields, meadows, areas of dense high grass, in wood...
September 2, 2010 - 11:21pm