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Fireworks fundraising underway for Park Rapids 4th of July show - Park Rapids Enterprise
The fireworks fundraising drive is underway as the Park Rapids Rotary Club looks to keep the annual 4th of July display, some say, the largest of its kind in the state. To hold on to the unofficial distinction and glowing reputation of being the ...
Park Rapids All-School Reunion plans in place for August celebration - Park Rapids Enterprise
It seems time flies the older we get and the further we are from high school. Plans are in place to celebrate days gone by with the Park Rapids All-School Reunion set for Aug. 13-16. Committee chair and class of 1958 graduate Lefty Anderson is busy ...
Park Rapids BP station robbed Friday night - Park Rapids Enterprise
The Park Rapids Police Department confirmed BP station at Main and Highway 34 was robbed Friday night. No injuries were reported and no arrests reported at this time, according to the police department. Police Chief Terry Eilers said more information ...
Armed robbery reported in Park Rapids - Park Rapids Enterprise
The Park Rapids Police Department reportedly responded to an armed robbery Friday night at Park Rapids BP Station on Main. No injuries reported at this time. The investigation continues with more details to be released soon. 1. Panthers win title, remain ...
Carter, Schaap to enter Hall of Fame - Park Rapids Enterprise
Two state track champions will be the newest members inducted into the Panther Athletic Hall of Fame. Paul Carter and Frank Schaap will be honored during the Park Rapids All Sports Banquet on May 20. Carter won the title in the ...
‘Making Lemonade’ is theme of kid conference headline - Park Rapids Enterprise
A weekend conference for daycare providers and teachers was the educational equivalent of a group hug. United For Children Conference, at the Park Rapids High School, attracted 107 educators and families swapping ideas and tips on educating young children.
Meth found at Cass Lake residence, four arrested - Park Rapids Enterprise
Four people were arrested Tuesday after the Leech Lake Tribal Police Department and Paul Bunyan Drug Task Force executed a search warrant at a Cass Lake residence. John Henry Wilke, 64, Terri Lynn Frazer, 53, and Ida Elizabeth Beaulieu, 29, were arrested ...
Bemidji man pleads guilty to prostitution charge - Park Rapids Enterprise
The Bemidji Police Department launched an online investigation in February to catch predators seeking sex with minors. One of four men arrested in that operation pleaded guilty Tuesday in Beltrami County District Court to intent to participate in ...
Hwy 34 detour up and running - Park Rapids Enterprise
Motorists on Highway 34 will encounter a detour between Interstate 94 near Barnesville and Highway 59 at Dunvilla as a road resurfacing project began April 20. Crews will resurface 19 miles of Highway 34 and replace several culverts. During the project ...
Wadena-Deer Creek teacher charged with sexually assaulting student - Park Rapids Enterprise
A Wadena-Deer Creek social studies teacher and coach is charged with molesting a student at his Henning home last week after paying her to clean cabins. Brian Kenneth Maki, 58, of Henning, was charged with fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct—position ...
GAIL STENBRO - Park Rapids Enterprise
Gail Margaret Stenbro (nee Fradenburgh) of Sebeka, passed away Thursday, March 26, 2015, at the age of 79, in Brainerd. Gail was born to Floyd and Luella (Gordon) Fradenburgh Jan. 10, 1936, in Mountain Lake. She and Cliff were married in October of 1958.
Park Rapids band concert April 27 - Park Rapids Enterprise
The spring concert at 7 p.m. Monday, April 27 features the high school jazz band and concert band at the Park Rapids High School auditorium. “It’ll cover a variety of music, as we will be presenting the pieces we performed for large group contest as ...
Dearstyne leads Panthers at Moorhead meet - Park Rapids Enterprise
Mariena Dearstyne’s 95 led the Park Rapids girls golf team to fourth place with a 439 at last Wednesday’s Moorhead Invitational at the Moorhead Country Club. Dana McDonald and Alyza Edevold carded 112s and Drew Hilmanowski’s 120 ...
Pillager, NYM defeat Braves in conference play - Park Rapids Enterprise
Pillager and New York Mills handed the Menahga baseball team a pair of Park Region Conference losses last week. Pillager scored six runs in the fifth inning and three in the sixth inning to spark an 11-6 win over the Braves on Thursday.
Tigers open conference play with wins - Park Rapids Enterprise
A 14-run inning and three runs in extra innings helped the Nevis baseball team open the Northland Conference schedule with a pair of wins. The Tigers scored 14 times in the first inning to spark a 21-4 victory over Kelliher-Northome last ...