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What’s that? Underfoot mural underway
Mills VFW features ceiling photo overlays
New dog virus found in Detroit Lakes
Dangerous mold forces family from Becker County home
Benefit to be held for Perham graduate
Yellowjacket girls golf advances to section finals
Base: Perham rebounds with victory over Ottertail Central
Running in the family for the Covington sisters
Steady pressure propels Yellowjackets past Pelican Rapids
Yellowjackets sweep sub-section 22 meet
DOROTHY A. "DOT" HAREMZA
RANDAL WILLIAM CAVE
Births for 5-14
Engagement: Schik- Maijala
Births this week
Birth: Marcel Robert Karley Myers
Adult day services available now through Perham Living
Cousin’s foolproof gas
Recognizing those who serve
Remember Law Enforcement Week
Response to Franson
Making progress in senior funding
Area residents remember fallen veterans on Memorial Day
Memorial Day Events
Chamber awards banquet well-attended
December 19, 2008
OPINION: Rush bridge-- Disaster waiting to happen
In October, the Rush Lake Bridge was removed. Today, as one drives from the south end of the Rush Lake Loop road toward the Ottertail River, there is one dead end road sign approximately two hundred yards from the river. If a traveler misses seeing that one sign, there are no barricades...
December 19, 2008 - 12:00am
October 29, 2008
Longtime resident writes on McDonald-Berger lake area
(Editor's Note: The following text was adapted from material submitted to the McDonald Lake Association and Edna Township for the historical records. Evelyn Berger, 97, a lifelong East Otter Tail resident, has deep connections to the McDonald-Berger Lake chain. The Berger family...
October 29, 2008 - 12:00am
September 10, 2008
Rush Lake Bridge is falling down
Falling down... falling down... When this local landmark comes crashing down at the end of the summer, its fall will mark the end of an era. The bridge, which is being removed by the Otter Tail County Highway Department, has been a popular swimming spot for generations of local teenagers. The...
September 10, 2008 - 12:00am
August 20, 2008
Lake Region Electric offers incentive to reduce energy use
It may seem unusual that an energy company wants you to save energy, but that's just what Lake Region Electric Cooperative is doing and it's getting the word out to its members that each home can make a big impact by making some simple changes.
August 20, 2008 - 12:00am
July 24, 2008
New priest inducted for Sacred Heart, St. Lawrence churches in East Otter Tail
Sacred Heart of Dent and St. Lawrence of Rush Lake have welcomed a new priest to the parishes: Fr. Dan Walz. On Tuesday evening, July 15, Fr. Don Wagner of St. Ann's of Wadena inducted Walz into St. Lawrence and Sacred Heart at Dent. Three other parishes were represented, with...
July 24, 2008 - 12:00am
July 1, 2008
City-leased lots spark debate in Ottertail
If good fences make good neighbors, good patios--at least in the city of Ottertail--certainly do not. Six property owners on Ottertail's Donald Lake came before the city council at a June 19 meeting to voice concerns about sand, steps, patios, and even a rope swing that have been...
July 1, 2008 - 12:00am
March 25, 2008
Pickup plunges into Little Pine Lake
Four local men and women narrowly escaped an icy fate after their 1985 Dodge pickup broke through the ice on Little Pine Lake. The group was on a fishing trip, driving across the lake, when their truck fell through the ice early on Friday morning, March 21. The incident occurred...
March 25, 2008 - 12:00am
March 19, 2008
Township officer can be a thankless--but enjoyable job
Old township officers rarely just fade away; they quietly retire or, sometimes, they die while still in office. That's how Albert Jorgenson ended up on the Pine Lake Township Board almost 33 years ago. He was appointed to fill a vacancy after Arlin Seiling died, another stalwart...
March 19, 2008 - 12:00am