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Law enforcement searches for human remains north of Wadena
Wadena man says estranged brother may have called in human remains report
Driver in fatal boat crash charged
Portion of Highway 71 closed until Friday
Property Transfers and Marriages - Aug. 20 edition
Pirates expected to field tough defensive team
Sauk Centre Tennis Quadrangular
Mauer, Twins only doing well in spurts
Wolverines looking to senior core for leadership
Blazers keep streak going with 12-1 win in Region 14C title game
Ilah Mae Johnson
Monica Josephine Kempe
Larry Wayne Beane
Elks Club donates two million to community
Azure Vision Care hosting grand opening Aug. 27
TCHC clinics recognized for improving patient outcomes
SWCD: OTC commissioners named outstanding conservationists
Block Party: Attendees flock to Wesley lawn for food, fun
Rollin' Through Wadena
Ebenezer Linnell, Clipper Captain
Art installation begins at Wadena City Library
Vining Watermelon Day: Taking in the fun
Town celebrates 3rd annual Bluffton Hometown Days
Birth announcements - Aug. 20 edition
Carlson attends Concordia Language Village Immersion Program
Airport angel shows that pride brings a fall
Bacon Egg Muffins
Wadena student receives MSU Moorhead scholarship
Your letters - Aug. 20 edition
What is the penalty for driving around a "road closed" barrier?
Military age enlistment standards explained
Momentum building to broaden broadband
New Adult Day Service provided at Perham Living
Hummingbird, songbird migration begins
Federal grant keeps 22,000 WIA acres available for hunting
Incredible edibles: Paul Bunyan Mushroom Club studies fungi
State waterfowl season begins Sept. 26
Game fair: Happy retriever
Wadena County Historical Society
July 18, 2015
Wadena County excavation gives view of 18th century fur trade
Results of the survey and excavation of Little Round Hill and Cadotte Post in Wadena County provide a look into the fur trade in the late eighteenth...
News / local
July 18, 2015 - 12:08am
February 27, 2015
A step back in time...
History came alive Saturday afternoon with costumed interpreters stationed throughout the Wadena County Historical Museum to teach and provide...
entertainment / events
February 27, 2015 - 12:08am
July 20, 2014
Churches of Wadena: part one
Wadena is distinguished for its many fine churches. The 1927 issue of the Pioneer Journal described those that were flourishing in Wadena at the time. St. Ann's Catholic Church The history of St. Ann's Roman Catholic Church dates back to the first years of the community's founding...
July 20, 2014 - 12:00am
May 25, 2014
First recorded Memorial Day exercises were in 1884
Memorial Day was once known as Decoration Day, a time to decorate the graves of veterans. Following the Civil War many communities set aside a day to mark the end of the war as a memorial to those who had died. This was especially common in southern cities. It is believed that...
May 25, 2014 - 12:00am
May 5, 2014
First concert for Wadena Concert Association held in 1955
Lina Belar, Interim Exexcutive Director, Wadena County Historical Society Sunday night’s incredible performance of “Les Trompettes” at the Memorial Auditorium inspired me to research the beginnings of the Wadena Area Concert Association. As usual, I turned to...
May 5, 2014 - 12:00am
April 1, 2014
The Black family and Black's Grove from the writings of Robert C. Zosel
"Captain John Black was a Captain in the British Merchant Marine and captained a British clipper ship named "The City of Glasgow. In those times it was proper for a Captain to take his wife and family with him. He did this, taking his wife and two older children with him on one voyage....
April 1, 2014 - 12:00am
November 6, 2013
From mess kits to mortar rounds
Lina Belar, Interim Exucutive Director, WCHS From mess kits to mortar rounds, these artifacts in the collection of the Wadena County Historical...
opinion / editorials
November 6, 2013 - 9:19am