Sue Papenfuss wields an umbrella while crossing a southwest Wadena street Wednesday. Photo by Dain Sullivan If you have a photo that you think is a "Photo of the Day", send it to firstname.lastname@example.org along with a short description for the chance to see it featured on our website and Facebook page!
Chuck Richards and his 12-year-old dog, Koko, go for a walk Monday in southwest Wadena. The two walk together every day to exercise Richards' back, which was hurt in a car accident during the summer. Photo by Dain Sullivan If you have a photo that you think is a "Photo of the Day", send it to email@example.com along with a short description for the chance to see it featured on our website and Facebook page!
Earlier this week, the Park Rapids Enterprise released a story about how some Menahga students and parents are unhappy that their school administrators excluded certain photos from the school's yearbook. According to the article, one student wanted to have her baby included in her senior photo and other students wanted to reserve a memorial page for Kyle Kenyon, who committed suicide last January. In the story, Peggy Havnes, Kyle's mother, said, "I really think the yearbook should be up to the kids and include what they want." With all this in mind, there are a few things I would like to c
CDI Head Start representatives Peggy Dauphinais, front, and Sharon Veden, back, help young ones cross the street to get to Wadena-Deer Creek Elementary on Monday in southwest Wadena. Photo by Dain Sullivan If you have a photo that you think is a "Photo of the Day", send it to firstname.lastname@example.org along with a short description for the chance to see it featured on our website and Facebook page!
A Fergus Falls man was arrested for first-degree possession of a controlled substance, among other accusations, Sept. 29 after a Todd County K-9 unit found methamphetamines on him during a routine traffic stop near Stapes, according to a report from the Todd County Sheriff's Office. Jon Wade Muir, 49, of Fergus Falls was arrested for having meth, and the vehicle's driver, David Allen Jenson, 39, of Rochert, Minn., was arrested for providing a false name to a police officer.
Halloween may be more than a few weeks away, but one creepy reality is already sending shivers down my spine: the campaign zombies are out in full force. I should explain. "Campaign zombies" is a name I contrived that refers to individuals who have jumped onto the political bandwagon with the unalterable goal of vigorously pressuring those around them to adopt certain ideals planted behind ongoing political rhetoric and propaganda. The idea is that, similar to Hollywood's version of a zombie transformation, a campaign zombie starts out as a political enthusiast who presents their beliefs to
Aiden Brown, 9, throws his hands in the air after his team won the Kids Water Brigade event at the Sept. 29 Firefighter's Rodeo. Photo by Dain Sullivan
Rosey Matthews of Staples stands for the Pledge of Allegiance during the Sept. 29 Firefighter's Rodeo, south of Burlington Northern Park. Photo by Dain Sullivan
Robyn Mayer, 4, of Menahga sips juice Sept. 29 during the eighth annual Firefighter's Rodeo in Wadena. Photo by Dain Sullivan
Firefighters who participated in the Sept. 29 Firefighter's Rodeo wore masks that blocked sight and smell during the Search and Rescue event. Photo by Dain Sullivan