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Tracy state butterfly champ, Lakers 11th at Class A True Team
Mahnomen-Waubun Thunderbirds logo revealed
Indians extend win streak to seven games
Bombers seeded fourth in Section 6, 9-man
Lakers steamroll Prowlers to finish regular season
Accessing Social Security on the go
You may qualify for extra help paying your drug costs
Parrot Heads give $8,000 to Marshmallow Foundation
Holy Rosary announces scholarship winners
friends & neighbors
CenturyLink deploying faster broadband speeds to more than 350,000 customers in the Twin Cities and greater MN
October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month
Gas prices down this week
Making an IMPACT: Local crew sets out to begin book binding business
Norby's accepts Retailer of the Year award
It's creepy, it's kooky, mysterious and spooky: Halloween events aplenty set for lakes area this month
"Classic Country" tribute coming to Holmes Theatre Oct. 19
Pat & Donna Surface to present 'Remember When' at NYM Saturday
The history of Columbus Day
Robert and Marilynn Halverson
Arlo & Neva Bodin
Joe and Karen Merseth
Clark L. Hendrickson
Philip Wayne Arneson
Letter: Brokeback on the prairie
Is the First Amendment disgusting?
Editorial: An ice castle in Detroit Lakes? Yes, please!
LOST ITALIAN: Butternut Bleu Cheese Sauce a go-to for fall dining
Guest Editorial: Technology in cars is causing more crashes
Asian Lady Beetles are pesky but harmless
Fishing opportunities heat up as water temps drop
Full-moon fishing in October is fantastic
In the woods, a lot can happen in an hour
Fall colors or not, fish still on their summer bite
Welcome to the dark side: Local museum's first 'After Dark' event brings sold-out crowds
His way to Broadway: Minnesota’s De’Lon Grant has made his Broadway debut in ‘Come from Away’
Consume those leafy greens for a healthy body
You've gotta have faith: Christian filmmakers start up business, teaching academy in rural Audubon
My Christmas in Denmark: Different traditions, same feel
pine to palm
Late string of birdies gives Hoge fourth straight PGA Tour card
Bison golf no longer that other minor sport at NDSU
Gillam snaps Renner’s streak to take Super Senior crown
Piatz picks up second Pine to Palm Mid-Am title
Ystebo cruises to Pine to Palm Senior title
August 28, 2017
7 yoga moves for the 3 o'clock work slump
Shoulders tense from to-do lists. Hips cramped from stiff office chairs that agitate the lower back. The 8-to-5 workday can take a toll on the...
August 28, 2017 - 9:38am
June 29, 2016
SJE Rhombus's 'iron' employees build mini golf course
A putter strikes a ball, sending it up a ramp made from a house gutter. The ball drops into a sink, down the drain and across a rug into a plywood...
June 29, 2016 - 10:36am
March 12, 2013
Minnesota leading way in telecommuting
WILLMAR — Telecommuting remains slow to catch on in rural Minnesota, but observers see potential for it to grow. Many workers are interested in having the option of working from home at least some of the time, said Cameron Macht, regional labor market analyst with the Minnesota...
March 12, 2013 - 8:07am
March 16, 2009
Unemployed get in line for Northland jobs
DULUTH - John Powley, a construction worker from Duluth, has been out of work since August. He has been looking, but to date has had no luck finding a job. "I see a lot of stuff like hospital jobs, but almost nothing for blue-collar workers like me," Powley said as he poked through...
March 16, 2009 - 9:07am
February 5, 2009
Kandiyohi County commissioners want education mandate for those getting work-related assistance
WILLMAR - With statistics showing that a lack of education is a sure ticket to poverty, the Kandiyohi County Commissioners want to make a high school diploma mandatory when receiving work-related public assistance. Not incorporating a diploma or a general educational development...
February 5, 2009 - 2:00pm
December 24, 2008
Out of work? Check out this agency
Rural Minnesota CEP has received funding to continue helping laid-off workers through its Dislocated Worker Programs, which can help laid-off and unemployed workers as well as low-income and under-employed workers increase their job skills and find employment. Program services...
December 24, 2008 - 12:00am
September 26, 2008
Washington Avenue closing Monday to work on sewer lines
Washington Avenue between Front Street and Highway 10, and Pioneer Street (north of the Greystone building) will close at 7 a.m. on Monday to allow crews to work on sanitary sewer lines below the roadway. Motorists should use Summit Avenue, Lake Avenue or McKinley Avenue to Holmes...
September 26, 2008 - 12:00am
September 18, 2008
Finnish-American architect's work to be featured
An exhibition of Finnish-American architect David Salmela's hand-made models and large-scale photographs of his finished buildings opens today (Wednesday) at the New York Mills Regional Cultural Center. In 2005 the University of Minnesota Press published a monograph of the work...
September 18, 2008 - 12:00am
August 29, 2008
Marco honored for small biz work
Microsoft announced Marco, Inc. as one of the North Central Area winners of the U.S. Field Partner Awards Program for the second half of its 2008 fiscal year. Marco, Inc. was nominated and won Microsoft's coveted North Central Award for "Small Business Transformation." The...
August 29, 2008 - 12:00am
August 15, 2008
Kris Street crossing open; frontage road work continues
Motorists will have inside lane closures between Washington Avenue and McKinley Avenue toward the end of the week and into the following week. This allows crews to remove the temporary crossovers and install a median in that area. A two-week work zone begins this week with single...
August 15, 2008 - 12:00am
August 8, 2008
Farm bill does not end federal ag work
Despite newly enacted federal farm policy that is supposed to last for five years, more agriculture-related work remains to be done in Washington. Most important is to make sure the Bush administration and its successor implements what Congress passed, top farm experts told a FarmFest...
August 8, 2008 - 12:00am
July 13, 2008
Pony Express: The 'just right' work uniform
In 1940, William Langer, probably the most colorful and controversial politician in North Dakota history, a native of Casselton, former 17th Governor of North Dakota (1933-34 -- removed from office by North Dakota Supreme Court after a fraud conviction, later acquitted after a new...
July 13, 2008 - 12:00am
April 12, 2008
RJ Dupre column: When work is a partnership
In each profession there are different levels of relationships between employers and employees. However the mantra in which "One should die for the Glory of the Empire," is outdated and oppressive. The foundation of a healthy work atmosphere is based on loyalty, honesty, ethics...
April 12, 2008 - 12:00am