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Two-vehicle head-on crash Saturday morning; one killed
Courts - March 26 edition
RSVP volunteers recognized for service in Wadena County
Education leads Dayton budget, with elderly care officials disappointed
Police Scanner - March 26 edition
Raiders have six seniors to lead PRC title charge
Bowling scores - March 26 edition
Archery Scores - March 26 edition
Craig earns WDC girls' basketball MVP award
Raiders kick off season at Lion's Invitational
Reuter Family Dentistry opens new clinic
Wellness in the Woods celebrates second anniversary with art event in May
West Central Telephone introduces Sidekick Assist
New M State program addresses 'huge' gas industry need
Hubbard Broadcasting, Inc. closes acquisition of 16 radio stations in northern Minnesota
Family fun: Spring is here
Entertainment briefs - March 26 edition
From the Wadena archives...
'Bead on One String' creator performs at WDC Elementary
WDC first-graders allowed to 'clown around' during art residency
Birth announcements - March 19 edition
Church briefs - March 26 edition
Baymler named Community Educator for home health, hospice service
Chicken, Asparagus and Bamboo Stir-Fry
Happy Birthday Ethelyn!
Your letters - March 26 edition
Is it legal to drive on the wrong side of the road to get the mail?
Operation Enduring Freedom officially ended
Paid sick time helps everybody
Your letters - March 19 edition
Fishing on the ice. Going after Tullibee
Beautiful sky: Setting sun
Winged vistors: Turkeys enjoy mild spring
Mild winter's timing could not have been better for deer
Surplus spring turkey hunt licenses to go on sale
February 18, 2013
Dog saves owner, scares off burglars
At 65-pounds and a mop of hair, 7-year-old Clancy sleeps at the end of his master's bed every night. "He smells really well but doesn't see very well because he has so much hair that goes right over his eyes," laughed Agnes Larson, the woman who has been Clancy's whole world since...
February 18, 2013 - 9:56am
February 14, 2013
Getting her cape
Alessia Harmon, whose brother and sister rescued her after she fell through the ice on Fish Hook Lake on New Year's Day, finally became a caped crusader. When siblings Parker and Lydia pulled her out of the lake, Alessia became consumed with the idea of superheroes wearing capes....
February 14, 2013 - 9:25am
January 21, 2013
Park Rapids alum part of popular reality TV 'Chainsaw Gang'
A Park Rapids Area High School alum is gaining fame - and chuckles - as a "beer drinking redneck," via Country Music Television's "Chainsaw Gang." Matt Clementson, 48, is a cast member in the rowdy comedic reality show that debuted Nov.
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January 21, 2013 - 10:29am
Brother, sister rescue sibling from lake
PARK RAPIDS -- Mark Harmon admitted that New Year's Day call to wife Kim was one of the hardest of his life. He and his father had taken Mark's...
January 21, 2013 - 10:08am
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
April 30, 2009
Wehmas sentenced to 72 months prison for shooting
A young Park Rapids mother will spend at least 72 months behind bars in the shootings of two men last summer at a rural cabin in Hubbard County. Stephanie Ann Wehmas, 21, was sentenced to 110 months in prison Monday. She must serve at least two-thirds of that sentence with good behavior...
April 30, 2009 - 10:02am
March 18, 2009
Park Rapids man faces strangulation charge
A Park Rapids man was charged with domestic assault by strangulation Jan. 23 in Wadena County District Court. Early the morning of Jan. 23, a Wadena County Sheriff's deputy responded to St. Joseph's Hospital emergency room in Park Rapids for a report of an assault that had happened...
March 18, 2009 - 4:08pm
Rhonda Rhea Jokela Annette, 58, of Park Rapids, passed away March 12, 2009. She was born, a second child, to Eddie and Lorraine Jokela on their third wedding anniversary, June 15, 1950. Her rural childhood days working on the family farm sparked her enthusiasm and love for animals...
March 18, 2009 - 1:03pm