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WADENA PIONEER JOURNAL

My time with the Pioneer Journal has been very rewarding and filled to the brim with what makes this place tick.
Brooks encourages the community to shop local, eat local, drink local and READ local.
The Pioneer Journal is happy to be putting out our beautiful "Fall Home" magazine inserted into this week's edition.
I have a collection of old newspapers that numbers around 500 editions; some dating back more than a century.

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Brooks brings a wealth of news and business experience to his role as publisher of Forum Communications newspapers in Detroit Lakes, Perham and Wadena.
You deserve to know the news you’re reading is based on facts and ethical journalism. That’s why the Pioneer Journal has joined The Trust Project, which aims to help newsrooms and journalists actively demonstrate credibility.
Thank you for allowing me to listen to and share your stories.
The Wadena Pioneer Journal along with wadenapj.com has more readers now than ever in the history of the newspaper—including the glory days of the PJ and the Intercom.
The Wadena Deer-Creek boys basketball team fell to the New York Mills Eagles 77-65 at home on Thursday night.
This editorial was originally published in the Park Rapids Enterprise newspaper, a sister paper to the Wadena Pioneer Journal; both papers are owned by Forum Communications Company. It was written by the Park Rapids Enterprise Editorial Board.

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New York Mills didn't have enough to beat Mayer Lutheran on Saturday, bur getting to U.S. Bank Stadium is an accomplishment that could impact the program in the future.
New York Mills advances to Class A semifinals with a win over Deer River.
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