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Police scanner - Feb. 22 edition
Waiting for the bus
Crowds all aboard with Depot fundraising
Otter Tail County authorities investigating death of man found unconscious on lake
Firemen receive approval for equipment purchase
Minnesota hero Jessie Diggins, and her mom, talk about the skier's historic golden moment
Wolverines drop regular season finale on the road
Wadena-DC downed in quarterfinals
WDC falls to Verndale, Sebeka
'It feels unreal': Minnesota's Diggins sprints to long-awaited gold in cross-country
Richard Maurice ("Maury") Pluth
James "Jimmy" Willis Chandler, Jr.
Arlo Ray Kneeland
Alma S. Ryckman
Donna M. Reineccius
Cold weather: The job must go on
'A Daughter's Love': Sisters open up business caring for seniors
Volunteer opportunity in health care available to area teens
Tri-County Health Care earns ACR ultrasound accreditation
TCHC awarded grant for opioid management program
A piece of original art: Madhatters cast set to perform “The Piece’
Good Morning Bedlam performs in concert at NYM Cultural Center
Davis braves cold to be guest speaker at Bookends event
Anders to demonstrate drums at Wadena library Feb. 26
Annual wine and chocolate event back at Depot Feb. 17
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
Kindness is a sweet gift to give or receive
Letter: Wadena man gets anonymous letter in the mail
Veterans: Death confirmation and separation pay procedures updated
Ask A Trooper: What goes into a inclement weather car kit?
Editorial: So everybody is poor here in Wadena, now what?
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
Ived Raymond Bruns
Samuel Richard Carlson II
Owen Milo Accola
Supporting Denny McNamara
March 7, 2017
Students learn farm-to-table skills in greenhouse
Wadena-Deer Creek School students are learning lifelong skills in an independent study offered by greenhouse manager Kathy Connell. Becoming...
March 7, 2017 - 4:08pm
November 21, 2016
Kindergartners enjoy pulling carrots in greenhouse
Gardens are magical, fun, and always full of surprises. Just ask Angie Moats' kindergarten students as they pulled carrots from the high-tunnel...
November 21, 2016 - 8:15am
July 17, 2015
July Yard of the Month goes to the Endres
Jackie and Dave Endres have received the July Yard of the Month designation by the Wadena Garden Club for their beautiful flowers, landscaping...
July 17, 2015 - 12:10am
April 6, 2015
Smiling gardeners: Students plant seeds
April 6, 2015 - 12:10am
March 7, 2015
News briefs - March 6 edition
Merickel Ace Hardware now accepting unwanted paint Area residents can now recycle old and unwanted paint during store hours at Merickel Ace Hardware, located at 630 Ash Avenue NW in Wadena. There is no charge for dropping off paint. Funding for the statewide paint recycling...
March 7, 2015 - 12:10am
July 20, 2014
The Redfern grows
Beside the Redeye River east of Sebeka, Kathy and Steve Connell make the most of the sandy soil. The couple grows about 75 varieties of fruits...
July 20, 2014 - 12:00am
April 23, 2014
Elevate your gardening success
By Melinda Myers Don’t let a sore back, bad knees or lousy soil stop you from gardening. Elevate your garden for easier access and better...
April 23, 2014 - 12:13pm
April 22, 2012
Sky Dance plant swap: how does it work?
The Sky Dance Plant Swap will place April 28, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Green Island in Wadena. Interested participants may swap anything related to horticulture, gardening, farming, or foods ( plant cuttings, divisions, seeds, potted plants, house plants, natives, produce, gardening...
April 22, 2012 - 2:28pm
Getting to know your garden's enemy: annual and perennial weeds
The definition of a weed is any plant growing where it is not wanted. However, there is a very large classification of plants which are weeds and if not controlled will take over a garden. If you look at the root systems of these plants they are usually massive for the size of the...
April 22, 2012 - 1:08pm
October 2, 2011
Caring for the trees in your yard
This is my last article for this season and I would like to write about trees and their care. Trees shade homes and tree-filled yards make life pleasant and provide practical benefits. They help lower heating and air conditioning costs and increase the re-sale value of homes. When...
October 2, 2011 - 9:51pm
September 25, 2011
Making a terrarium
Making a glass terrarium this time of year will help ease the hurt of the past weeks' harsh frosts. They are unique, easy to make, easy to care for, and the live plants give a sense of tranquility. Terrariums are a miniature garden under glass, which need very little care and only...
September 25, 2011 - 11:18am
September 18, 2011
Yard of the Month
September 18, 2011 - 10:02pm
Mum's the word: the chrysanthemum breeding program at U. of Minnesota
The chrysanthemums breeding program at the University of Minnesota is one of the oldest public sector breeding programs in the world, and the only one in North America. One of their experiment stations for mums is located in Grand Rapids, Minn., and is a definite zone 3. Beginning...
September 18, 2011 - 9:37pm
September 11, 2011
Tips for dealing with yellow jackets
Eating and drinking food outdoors in late summer often results in an invasion of flying insects. People often think these are bees, but usually these uninvited guests are yellow jackets. Yellow jackets will make a gray paper-like nest in the air, in the brick or siding on your house...
September 11, 2011 - 6:41pm
August 28, 2011
August is time for dividing and transplanting perennials
August is the month when we need to make decisions about the plants in our flower beds. With the abundant rainfall this season, our plants have often expanded their boundaries, not only with blossoms, but their foliage is thick and lush and green. So many perennials probably need...
August 28, 2011 - 11:06am