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March 22, 2019
Henning's Sam Fisher catches the pass from Parker Fraki and lays it in for two points during the first half of Henning's Class A Semifinal victory over Spring Grove at the Target Center. Jason Groth/Forum News Service
Henning advances with 33-point win
13 hours 30 min ago
Marriage Licenses for March 11-15
18 hours 47 min ago
Police Blotter - March 7 - 14
19 hours 38 min ago
Change Your Weighs Support Group to meet March 26
20 hours 16 min ago
Dispatcher Shannon Nielsen (second from left) receives congratulations from (left to right) Sergeant Bryan Savaloja, Wadena County Sheriff Mike Carr, TCHC EMS Manager Mike Ittner and TCHC President and CEO Joel Beiswenger for her Star of Life Award. Nielsen received the award for performing life-saving CPR after a person collapsed near her while she was off duty. Thanks to her efforts, the patient was alert and had a regular heartbeat when first responders arrived.
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Life savers of the area recognized
23 hours 39 min ago
March 21, 2019
Henning's Adam Lange gets CHOF's McCaleb Alleman off the ground as he goes up for a shot during the Class A Quarterfinals at Williams Arena. Jason Groth/Forum News Service
Free Throws, defense key Henning in Class A Quarterfinals
March 21, 2019 - 7:12pm
Wadena County Planning and Zoning Director Deana Malone told the Board of Commissioners in 2018 the Planning and Zoning Commission recommended approving a conditonal using permit for the Park Rapids Clay Dusters at the Huntersville Sportsmen's Park in Shell River Township. Seated next to Malone were club representatives Darrin Hoverson and Robin Walsh. Pioneer Journal file photo
Appeals court: Judges' opinion in favor of Wadena County, Clay Dusters
March 21, 2019 - 5:49pm
One of the murals has made its way back in public view, this time inside Drastic Measures Brewing. It's a mural by Wadena resident Kent Scheer and it takes a look down Wadena's Jefferson Street. It's a view the artist is asking people to consider in the coming months and years.
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The next 'Big Dig' is on the way
March 21, 2019 - 5:15pm
Staff from Wadena County Human Services showed up in support of director Tanya Leskey and supervisor Mike Willie at the Wadena County Commission meeting Tuesday. Not pictured are a large group of law enforcement members standing near the door. 
Michael Johnson/Pioneer Journal
Wadena County Board: Human Services group backs supervisors
March 21, 2019 - 9:04am
March 20, 2019
Wadena Alliance Church Awana members are on the Road to Resurrection as they travel the last steps with Jesus’ life on earth and prepare for Easter. Each family will eventually receive a Resurrection Garden hand made by their students. Ashlyn Spindler displays the growing grass in the first step of the garden. 
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Road to resurrection in action at Wadena Alliance Church
March 20, 2019 - 7:10pm
Congressman Pete Stauber, 8th District, hears from and responds to the concerns of local farmers Tuesday during a round-table discussion at M-State in Wadena.
Michael Denny/Wadena Pioneer Journal
Congressman Pete Stauber meets with ag leaders in Wadena
March 20, 2019 - 5:42pm
Calendar - Week of March 21
March 20, 2019 - 5:29pm
Codie Holt and Samantha Salfer share a hug after their bout during the Region IV Golden Gloves Boxing event in Wadena. Michael Denny/Pioneer Journalplay button
Umland captures Main Event win at Golden Gloves event
March 20, 2019 - 5:03pm
Tri-County Health Care is exploring the options of expanding the current hospital or building a new one.
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Tri-County Health Care pursuing options for expansion, new facility
March 20, 2019 - 4:05pm
Great American Think Off: Does voting matter? Your opinion due in 2 weeks.
March 20, 2019 - 2:30pm
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