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Investigators find rifle was hidden from view
Sportsman's Club Chili Feed raises $70K
Second woman accuses Sen. Franken of sexual harassment
Three-year-old wounded by accidental gunshot in Deer Creek
East Otter Tail County 4-H Recognition and Awards Program
McDougall blanks Royals for first victory of the season
Mulcahy named new head baseball coach
Fischer moves on to state
Prowlers control final period for section victory over DL
Lakers get early goal but fall to Otters in season opener
Agnes L. Weis
James Edward Bistrum
Esther Helen Johnson
Gretta Jean Wegscheid
Sophia Marie Sipe
Area students receive degrees from NDSU
Waldon makes Chancellor's List at Montana Tech
Winnie Margaret Walter
Perham Health promotes Anderson to VP of Finance
Perham TOPS hits 40th Anniversary
Gedde joins Elders Home and Heritage Manor as administrator
Mader joins Perham Health as certified diabetes educator
Payson Leaving Lakes Region Arts Council
Sportsman's Club Chili Feed raises $70K
Porath named Perham-Dent Teacher of the Year
Perham Community Play Children of Eden runs November 16-19
From high school to 'hub'
New Perham dog park to celebrate grrrrrand opening
Deer hunting time to tell tales
Your letters - Nov. 9 edition
What are the laws regarding drivers and electronic devices?
Left turns and intersection etiquette
M State choirs welcome the holiday season with 'Gloria'
Perham area calendar
Right on target: Perham Sportsman’s Club keeps growing
Concordia Cultural Events presents Offutt Brass
Into the great wide open: Music legend Tom Petty dead at 66
'One in a million’: Highly regarded female snocross mechanic is a pioneer in the sport
A leader on and off the field
Former Minnesota Vikings coach Dennis Green dies
Huus ends Yellowjacket golf career at state
Gopher coach announces scholarship for Perham athlete
November 3, 2016
Myron Roe is one of the three newcomers running for a Perham-Dent School Board seat
Residence:Perham Age/Occupation: 58/ Financial Advisor Family information (husband/wife/children):My wife is Sally; we have three children, Maya,...
November 3, 2016 - 3:48pm
Perham's Doug Huebsch seeks another term on Otter Tail County board
, Perham resident Doug Huebsch is running against Richard (Rick) Snelgrove, of New York Mills for the District 1 County Board seat. Here are...
November 3, 2016 - 3:44pm
NYM's Richard Snelgrove hopes to gain Otter Tail County Commissioner seat
Richard (Rick) Snelgrove, of New York Mills, is running against Perham resident Doug Huebsch for the District 1 County Board seat. Here are his...
November 3, 2016 - 3:36pm
October 20, 2016
State House, Sentate candidates meet in OT county forum
Candidates for Minnesota Senate District 8 and State House District 8A agree that maintaining roadways in Otter Tail County and across the state needs to be addressed, though disagree about how to fund transportation. Incumbent State Sen. Bill Ingebrigtsen, opposed by Shawn Olson,...
October 20, 2016 - 4:30pm
May 31, 2013
Guest Editorial: A hidden cost of sequestration
The drastic across-the-board sequestration cuts to the federal budget are coming home to roost in unexpected ways. Case in point is the harm to the nation’s economic growth that may result from cuts to agencies that support scientific research. According to James Kakalios,...
May 31, 2013 - 10:26am
May 22, 2013
Franken still frustrated with gas prices
United State Senators Al Franken, D-Minn., and Ron Wyden, D-Ore., today pressed the nation’s top energy official to act quickly to address...
May 22, 2013 - 9:41am
May 21, 2013
Capitol, flooding, veterans close out Minnesota session
ST. PAUL – The Minnesota Legislature decided to renovate the state Capitol building, help communities fight floods, give veterans a new facility and provide disaster assistance Monday night as it ended its 2013 session. Some votes were pending press time, but legislative leaders...
May 21, 2013 - 8:35am
May 20, 2013
Legislature puts $485 million more into Minnesota public schools
ST. PAUL -- Minnesota Democrats say new money they are putting into education will boost the economy by giving the state a better-educated workforce. “This...
May 20, 2013 - 2:19pm
Minnesota tax bill heads to passage
ST. PAUL — The keystone of Minnesota Democrats’ budget plans, $2 billion in tax increases, was headed for final legislative passage while late Sunday a public works bill remained in doubt as time runs out in the 2013 legislative session. The tax increases are for plugging a...
May 20, 2013 - 2:08pm
May 3, 2013
Minnesota House defeats Sunday liquor sales
ST. PAUL — Another year, another defeat for Sunday liquor sales. The Minnesota House voted 106-21 Wednesday to retain state law forbidding Sunday liquor store hours. The issue arises regularly in the Legislature, always failing by a large amount. The vote came on an amendment...
May 3, 2013 - 10:43am
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
February 14, 2013
Dayton promotes his tax plan, gay marriage in State of the State address
Minnesota is doing better than most neighboring states, Gov. Mark Dayton told legislators and Minnesotans last Wednesday night in his third State of the State address. And it is doing better than two years ago, he added. "Minnesota's job growth in 2012 was the 12th best among all...
February 14, 2013 - 1:33pm
March 20, 2011
State tax refund snafu
The Minnesota Department of Revenue announced that human error has resulted in the double-issuing of 14,000 electronic tax refunds. The refunds were first issued to taxpayer bank accounts Friday, and inadvertently issued again Monday. The error was identified and payment was reversed...
March 20, 2011 - 12:29pm
June 24, 2009
City sees cuts in state LGA over next two years
With Gov. Tim Pawlenty's announcement of local government aid cuts last week the City of New York Mills found out how much next year's budget will be affected. New York Mills will lose $24,437 in 2009, which drops the LGA from $385,676 to $361,239. The city will also see a cut of...
June 24, 2009 - 4:18pm
January 15, 2009
City Council bracing for LGA reduction
With another reduction in Local Government Aid from the state expected in 2009, the New York Mills City Council is busy trying to trim this year's budget. The council met Tuesday for its regular monthly meeting and discussed ways to trim what little fat is left in the city budget....
January 15, 2009 - 12:00am