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Perham resident reports credit card ID theft
Empowering Kids creates social skills group for autism, other related disorders
Perham School Board approves school calendar and discusses school safety
Perham students take part in nationwide walkout
Perham City Council: Council approves $71K liquor store sign
Breckenridge repeats with finals victory over Perham
Balanced attack leads Perham in to the 8AA finals
Perham streaks into the section semifinals
Perham moves into the quarterfinals
No. 3 Roseau tops Barnesville to head to girls basketball section championship
Ethel M. Smith
Joshua Matthew Karsnia
Supporting Denny McNamara
We need Denny McNamara
Simple and modern
Perham's 2018 Chamber Choice Award recipients announced
New head brewer in place at Disgruntled Brewing
Taking a crack at retirement: Well known Perham chiropractors hanging it up
Family shares struggles that built Tuffy's, KLN Brands
A walk with grace Perham women lead the charge in helping those with MS
Perham subject of Coffee Klatch at historical society
Tschida graduates from St. Scholastica
14th Annual Big Ole Round-Up "As We Understand Him"
Upcoming blood donation opportunities March 16-31
Editorial: Your personal stories of hardship change lives
Quam column: An open letter to the kids who walked out of school Wednesday
Guest column: Clocks talk to us
Letter: Article on bus drivers interesting
Letter: The more things change, the more they stay the same
Frazee Spring Arts Festival March 15
Art For Lunch program debuts Feb. 1
Entertainment briefs - Jan. 25 edition
FAT Saturday featuring Dueling Pianos
Great American Think-Off question fleshes out life's biggest lessons
'It's just a feeling you can't explain'
Thankful for family
Community cooking: Making pizzas the old-fashioned way
'Last hope': After 16 years of serious health struggles, a new mix of antibiotics could be the answer for Lois Porath
A ‘good guy’ is gone: Rodney Hanson remembered for his kindness, love of local history and many community involvements
November 1, 2013
Their View: New bill aims to put a stop to scams targeting seniors
For Duluth resident Peggy Hiestand-Harri, it all started when her mother received repeated phone calls promising a Mercedes Benz that would be shipped to her if she would first wire money to Jamaica. Over time these criminals were able to learn more about her mother’s assets and...
November 1, 2013 - 11:40am
October 24, 2013
Column: Local club contributes to fight against polio
Today, Thursday, Oct. 24, is World Polio Day. I’m going to go out on a limb here and guess that most people, under the age of 30, have no clue what polio is. In fact, that age could probably be bumped up a little bit higher.
October 24, 2013 - 11:26am
October 11, 2013
Opinion: Newspapers are still vital to our lives
Jeff Bezos, the founder and CEO of Internet behemoth Amazon.com, recently bought The Washington Post. John Henry, owner of the Boston Red Sox and a man who made millions upon millions in the investments realm, purchased the Boston Globe not long ago. Warren Buffett — no slouch himself...
October 11, 2013 - 1:42pm
August 1, 2013
Their View: Low minimum wage hurts workers and the economy
As a business owner who runs a manufacturing company with 150 employees, I strongly support increasing the federal minimum wage, which has been stuck at just $7.25 an hour since July 24, 2009. It will provide concrete benefits to businesses and will strengthen our overall economy. Fair...
August 1, 2013 - 1:36pm
July 25, 2013
Column: Time to overtax someone else
As July comes to a close, it marks the first month of the state of Minnesota’s latest tax overburdening of the small demographic that are smokers - this time to pay debt on the new Vikings stadium. Center of Disease Control estimates from 2011 state 21.6 percent of men and 16.5...
July 25, 2013 - 3:25pm
July 18, 2013
THEIR VIEW: Our promise to kids
Gov. Mark Dayton’s Children’s Cabinet Right now in Minnesota, 42.5 percent of our first grade students receive free and reduced price lunch, a leading indicator of poverty. Nearly half of those served by Minnesota food shelves are children.
July 18, 2013 - 3:39pm
July 11, 2013
Their View: Dayton, DFL think you’re Richie Rich
Once upon a time, democrat legislators and Governor Mark Dayton promised that the rich would be paying more in taxes and that middle and low income Minnesotans would be shielded from the effects of their policies. Now that July has arrived and many of the new tax increases are...
July 11, 2013 - 4:17pm
June 6, 2013
APPLAUSE / A PAUSE
APPLAUSE to all the local graduates who threw their hats into the air at recent commencement ceremonies. Nearly 120 students in Perham and 50 in New York Mills graduated this year, and are now preparing for the next phase of their lives – whether that be college, a career, traveling,...
June 6, 2013 - 3:21pm
April 26, 2013
Their View: Church must ‘teach its own’ about values
After a couple centuries of government support, the Protestant mores that have dominated American culture are disappearing from the public square. A majority of Americans support same-sex marriage, abortion and legalizing marijuana, not to mention other activities and values that...
April 26, 2013 - 2:25pm
April 25, 2013
Their View: The finish line: Trying to find peace
Ryan Taylor, Forum News Service I’ve been across the marathon finish line. Three times. In three cities – Chicago, New York and Fargo. I ran 26.2 miles as fast as my training allowed and as swiftly as my legs, heart and mind would carry me.
April 25, 2013 - 2:16pm
March 20, 2013
Commentary: Gossip today spreads faster, cuts deeper
High school might just be harder today. Not necessarily on the academics side. That’s still up for debate. But on the social side, no doubt. Sure, kids have always been bullied and teased, beat up and rumored to have done this and that. That’s part of growing up, hardening our...
March 20, 2013 - 10:08am
March 7, 2013
APPLAUSE / A PAUSE
This is a monthly feature of our Columns & Commentary page, in which we either applaud a person, group or event for something positive that we feel is worthy of a little credit (Applause), and/or address something that gives us pause; something that we feel deserves to be addressed...
March 7, 2013 - 9:41am
January 3, 2013
Opinion: APPLAUSE / A PAUSE
APPLAUSE to Lance Rach, chosen as Perham-Dent School District's 2012 Teacher of the Year. It's clear from the obvious enthusiasm of students that this Heart of the Lakes Elementary fourth grade teacher deserves the title, and his peers have had plenty of positive things to say,...
January 3, 2013 - 3:01am
December 13, 2012
Editorial: 'One Town, One Team' author recalls the hometown story that's 'better than 'Hoosiers''
It's a story well known to many people in the Perham area, and one well worth remembering. On Jan. 20, 2011, Zach Gabbard, a 17-year-old basketball star playing for the Perham Yellowjackets collapsed with a cardiac arrest at a game in Glyndon, Minn. Fortunately for Zach, two Perham...
December 13, 2012 - 1:28pm