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One whale of a fish story: PR grad goes in search of gar - Park Rapids Enterprise
Alligator gar are the largest species of gar in the world. They are also among some of the largest freshwater fish in North America. So why not make the 3,000-mile round trip down to the Trinity River in Texas to hunt these magnificent creatures?
The Beehive: Sending the bees to Kansas for the winter; what a trip! - Park Rapids Enterprise
Welcome back to the Beehive. Oh my word, do I have a lot to talk about. Let’s see, I want to let you folks know how the honey harvest went. Then we will talk about how the bees are doing, and lastly, what we plan to do with bees through the winter.
Local poet, artist collaborate to create incantation bowls - Park Rapids Enterprise
In the heart of ancient Mesopotamia roughly 1,400 years ago, Babylonians placed earthenware bowls upside-down on the thresholds of their homes, each bowl inscribed with a personal prayer for protection against illness or misfortune. Jews, Christians and ...
Team effort leads Park Rapids girls to runner-up finish, return trip to state - Park Rapids Enterprise
At the beginning of the season, Kerry Johnson liked the chances of the Park Rapids girls cross-country team to return to the state Class A meet since all seven runners were back. During the season, the Panthers battled injuries and ...
Overmyer runs to Section 8A title - Park Rapids Enterprise
Isaac Overmyer tuned up for a run at winning the state Class A boys cross-country title by winning the Section 8A title Friday at Bagley. Overmyer covered the 5,000-meter course in 15:50 to earn his fourth consecutive trip to state and ...
Former physician gets 43 months in child abuse case - Park Rapids Enterprise
Dennis Sullivan was sentenced Friday to 43 months in prison for the abuse of his nine-year-old disabled foster son, telling Hubbard County District Court he saw demons last spring. The Benedict man, who has already served 129 days in the Hubbard County ...
Moorhead real estate agent sues homeowners for cat attack - Park Rapids Enterprise
MOORHEAD – A Moorhead real estate agent is suing a couple after their cat allegedly attacked her while she was preparing their home for an open house seven years ago, court documents show. The lawsuit, filed Friday in Clay County District Court, claims ...
Fargo woman pleads guilty to misdemeanors in boyfriend's death - Park Rapids Enterprise
A Fargo woman originally charged with manslaughter and making false reports to police after allegedly killing her boyfriend by knocking him off the hood of her car following a fight about infidelity has pleaded guilty. Olivia Katherine Anderson, 21 ...
Enbridge files to replace problem Minn. pipeline - Park Rapids Enterprise
Enbridge Energy told regulators Monday that it wants to go ahead with a $2.3 billion project to replace a northern Minnesota crude oil pipeline that has ruptured repeatedly since its construction in the 1960s. The Calgary, Alberta-based pipeline company ...
LEWIS NEIMAN - Park Rapids Enterprise
Lewis Loyal Neiman, 87, peacefully entered his eternal home following a brief illness while convalescing at the Green Pine Acres Nursing Home in Menahga, Saturday, Oct. 25, 2014. Lewis was born March 23, 1927 to Louis and Ellen Marie (Peterson) Neiman at ...
'Mad Men' star makes college debt focus of Franken rally in Duluth - Park Rapids Enterprise
DULUTH – In a season of political rallies, “the one with Don Draper” might be the one that attendees remember most. A rally Monday at the University of Minnesota Duluth for U.S. Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., prompted “Mad Men” star Jon Hamm – with ...
Police don't know why Crookston man fled before fiery fatal crash - Park Rapids Enterprise
A 27-year-old Crookston resident and self-employed businessman died Sunday in a fiery car accident after a high-speed pursuit with police. The Crookston Police Department was called to check on Dominic Herkenhoff’s well-being Sunday evening. Cpt.
Long road starts Wednesday for Capitol Christmas Tree: Tree will come from Chippewa National Forest, visit Bemidji on Sunday - Park Rapids Enterprise
Starting Wednesday, an 88-foot tall tree from nearby Chippewa National Forest will start its nearly 2,000 mile trip to Washington, D.C. According to the tree's website -- www.capitolchristmastree.com-- the 2014 Capitol Christmas Tree will be a white ...
fatal crashes - Park Rapids Enterprise
Police don't know why Crookston man fled before fiery fatal crash By Sarah Volpenhein / Forum News Service A 27-year-old Crookston resident and self-employed businessman died Sunday in a fiery car accident after a high-speed pursuit with police. The ...
Washington state school gunman texted victims to meet at cafeteria - Park Rapids Enterprise
SEATTLE - A Washington state high school student who fatally shot two 14-year-old girls and wounded three more classmates last week before taking his own life had sent text messages to the victims to meet at lunch before the shooting, an official said on ...