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Which is more important to protect: the environment or the economy?
In 2022, the Wadena Pioneer Journal website received 1,233,162 pageviews and our subscribers spent 360,556 minutes reading our stories over the past year. We thank you. Here are a few of our best.
Hundreds gathered at Detroit Mountain on New Year's Eve to watch a fireworks show near the main lodge during the ski destination's first end of year party.
The Christmas in Wadena holiday light display will be open nightly through Jan. 1, with extended hours during Christmas week. The 2.5-hour, animated light show draws crowds from across the region.

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On a cold and blustery Saturday, about a dozen Detroit Lakes area residents placed wreaths on the flag poles at Veterans Memorial Park in Detroit Lakes as part of Wreaths Across America on Dec. 17.
The 96th Annual Empty Stocking Fund Talent Radiothon drew a crowd of community members on the evening of Wednesday, Dec. 7.
The show, which will take place at the Wadena-Deer Creek Middle/High School commons in Wadena, will run from 7-10 p.m.
The New York Mills Regional Cultural Center recently hosted a celebration of 30 years in their building and 32 years in operation.
A Twin Cities-based flamenco performance group visited the New York Mills Regional Cultural Center on Wednesday, Oct. 12 to share their art with the community.
Events in the Wadena area.

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Events in the Wadena area.
Events in the Wadena area.
Droughts, like Minnesota’s last year, the worst in the past century, are more common. As are forest fires, and catastrophes of biblical proportions. It’s time to be a Water Protector, not hate on us. This year’s Water is Life Concert is Sunday, Sept. 4, at Bayfront in Duluth, with Ani DiFranco, Indigo Girls, Corey Medina, Low and more.

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