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5-year-old fighting for life after tragic farm accident
A 'Fly Night' in DL
Clarification on river study
True Islam: educating muslims and non-muslims to combat fear
Bombers ready to unload on opponents
Lakers start tennis season at Highway 10 tourney
Laker XC teams host Make the Lake run
Weiss shuts down Angels at state
Park Rapids dancer trains with renowned Rockettes
Miss Wolf Lake Pageant is Aug. 26
Tasty summer slaw Recipe showcases fresh veggies, ND canola oil
Friends & Neighbors
'Brew boys' bring new flavor
State gains 11,300 jobs in July
Bell Bank hires Amundson, promotes Erickson
Waubun Insurance Agency purchased
The Inn at Dunvilla opens
Man of 1,000 voices
Headwaters Center programming resumes Sept. 6 in Armory Square
Medora Musical ticket sales break 100,000
Down to the Nitty Gritty: McEuen talks Dirt Band, Music on the Mountain
Let your local library help you update your home
Mary Ellen Marks
Thomas Raymond Savageau
Maurice F. "Maury" Gagnier
Barbara (Duncan) Erickson
Peter M. Koshowski
Read more, watch less TV: Follow these steps and become an informed voter
All MN students now taking ACTs
Columnist Rob Port has secret agenda--affiliated with the Koch brothers
The tale of my trip to Denmark, it's the 'perfect country for me'
Letter: Democrats are dead wrong on their energy platform
Electronics now a key part of fishing
Hundreds to attend Hiking Fest Aug. 27 at Itasca Park
This songbird has a killer attitude
Wolves are intelligent and social
'Coffee with the Council' set Saturday in DL
DL Jaycees fire up for 2nd annual Rib Fest
Wething celebrates 88 years
Theater for everyone
Pine to Palm
July 30, 2016
‘A series of unfortunate events’ in the outdoors
Ask any wildlife biologist, forester, fisheries biologist or field ecologist why they chose the career they did, and you will get a response as varied as their individual backgrounds, personalities, and hometowns. Yet I would bet that most natural resource professionals got into their...
July 30, 2016 - 5:00am
July 23, 2016
DNR advice for handling damaged trees
Cleanup following a storm can be an overwhelming task for homeowners. Knowing which trees to save and which to remove can impact safety and the...
July 23, 2016 - 5:25am
November 7, 2015
Help yard trees survive this winter
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources recommends taking steps to help yard trees survive the winter. “Make sure your trees are healthy when winter arrives by taking action now,” said Jennifer Teegarden, DNR forestry outreach specialist. “When conditions are dry, soak...
November 7, 2015 - 5:05am
June 6, 2015
Silver maples showing signs of stress
Minnesota Department of Natural Resources foresters are seeing many silver maples and some elms with stunted or no leaves and an abundance of seeds this spring. These trees are not dead and will rebound over the next couple of years. The DNR encourages proper tree care and patience. “Silver...
June 6, 2015 - 5:00am
March 28, 2015
Signs of spring are all around: From migration to sugaring
When one considers the tug-o-war that occurs every year between winter and spring in the fight for who will outlast whom, then it’s easy to understand why the month of March was so named. March, you see, was named after Mars, the Roman god of war. Yet, ‘tis the month of...
March 28, 2015 - 5:10am
August 24, 2013
Park Rapids asking residents to water trees
The city of Park Rapids is asking for a citizens’ hose brigade to begin immediately. Tinder dry conditions are leaving city trees drying...
August 24, 2013 - 7:00am
June 12, 2013
DNR urges patience before tree cutting after massive fire
Logging is underway following the May 14 fire that burned 7,100 acres in Hubbard, Wadena and Becker counties, area DNR Forestry supervisor Mark...
June 12, 2013 - 11:12am
June 14, 2011
DNR Forestry in Park Rapids loses 600 trees in Memorial Day tornado
The berm off Highway 34 shows only part of the tree damage suffered by the Park Rapids DNR Forestry office. (Sarah Smith / Enterprise) "We aren't...
June 14, 2011 - 8:38am
January 31, 2009
Prune fruit trees now for higher quality later
The objective of growing apple and other fruit trees is to maintain production of high quality fruit on a continuing basis. The two primary reasons that trees do not produce high quality fruit are improper pruning and lack of effective insect pest control. Because late February,...
January 31, 2009 - 12:00am
December 10, 2008
Festival of Trees winners named
Winners from the 2008 Frazee Festival of Trees are: Peoples Choice winner was "A Johnny Jumpen Christmas," which was a restored John Deere tractor display designed by Teresa Fett in memory of her parents Henry & Ruth Rethwisch. This award is decided by the vote of those attending...
December 10, 2008 - 12:00am
November 19, 2008
Frazee Festival of Trees kicks off Nov. 28
Millions of glistening lights will be on display at the 13th Annual Festival of Trees in the Frazee Event Center. Enjoy a walk through a magical forest of designer-trimmed theme Christmas trees on Thanksgiving weekend, Nov. 28-30, and the following weekend, Dec. 5-7, from 10 a.m....
November 19, 2008 - 12:00am
October 17, 2008
Start protecting trees for winter now
Minnesota winters may be as stressful on trees and shrubs as they are on humans. Plants may suffer from root or stem damage, frost cracks, winter browning, die back, bud death and even plant death. Each spring, we get scores of calls on damage to newly planted trees. In many cases,...
October 17, 2008 - 12:00am
October 3, 2008
Protecting trees, shrubs from animals
Now that fall is here, it is time to consider protecting trees and shrubs from damage caused by mice and rabbits. Deer may also be a problem; controlling them is very difficult without the use of properly installed fencing. These animals cause damage during the winter months by...
October 3, 2008 - 12:00am