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Going medieval: Slashing stereotypes about women in armored combat
Delivery employee bitten by dogs
Garbage fire leads to damage, restitution
Goats killed in barn fire near Perham
EDITORIAL: APPLAUSE / A PAUSE
Column: An overview of perplexing energy prices
Guest Editorial: School social workers benefit whole community
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Letter to the Editor: A suggestion for Twins and KLN advertising
HISTORY MYSTERY OF THE WEEK: Who are these men?
Wool goes ‘Sheep to Shawl’ at Cultural Center
History Mystery of the Week: Where in Perham was this hardware store located?
Holocaust survivors’ portraits featured at historical society
Free session to focus on child resiliency
Quinn Marie Sailer
Lily Noelle Foley
Olivia Lynn Paju
Joseph Peyton Burkman
Brock Arden Veralrud
Yellowjackets advance to subsection semifinals
Fast start propels Knicks past Timberwolves
Parkers native Noga honored by Gophers
6A BBB: Nickel's worth of advice pays dividends for Park Christian
Strand big in big-time ball game
ROGER EDWARD MOHRBACHER
SUSAN EMMA (ULSCHMID) LUNDGREN
NORMA JEAN ANDERSON
Business expands to Ottertail
Schoeneberger Funeral Home hires pre-planning advisor
Get home safely: Joyride
Job training available for OTC seniors
Shadows of the Past now on Main Street
March 5, 2009
Tax preparation help offered at Community Action
Otter Tail-Wadena Community Action Council is among the nearly 300 sites across Minnesota open to offer taxpayers free assistance with filing their tax returns. Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) sites are free tax preparation locations where volunteers help taxpayers prepare...
March 5, 2009 - 2:39pm
February 27, 2009
Board differs on school levy vote for 2009
Some school board members are getting cold feet about bringing another tax levy referendum to Perham-Dent school district taxpayers. "We may have to wait and see how the federal economic stimulus bill plays out," said School Board Chairman Jim Rieber, at the Feb. 23 meeting.
February 27, 2009 - 11:46am
December 23, 2008
Final levy set at 0 percent in Ottertail
In a time where the majority of area residents are facing more financial pressures than in recent years, the Ottertail City Council has decided to do their best to alleviate as much of that burden as possible. At a December 18 meeting, the Ottertail City Council approved the city's...
December 23, 2008 - 12:00am
November 12, 2008
New OTC commissioner wants new sales tax revenue used locally
"We need an expanding economy...we need to bring in more dollars than we're sending out." That was the Economics 101 message from Doug Huebsch Nov. 11 at the Perham Area Chamber of Commerce "Power Hour" networking meeting. It was one of his first appearances since being elected...
November 12, 2008 - 12:00am
October 29, 2008
Hospital takes levy opponents to task on tax hike allegation
An allegation that the proposed construction of a new Perham Memorial Hospital and Home could bring another tax hike is being vehemently denied by hospital officials. In an ad placed last week in the Perham Enterprise Bulletin, the Concerned Citizens for Property Tax Fairness suggested...
October 29, 2008 - 12:00am
April 22, 2008
Levy to be decided April 25
The levy for the November 2008 ballot is expected to be set at a school board meeting this Friday, April 25, at the Perham Public Library. The Perham-Dent school board has concluded that a question to raise taxes to increase operating revenue. "It (a tax increase) can be tough...
April 22, 2008 - 12:00am
March 26, 2008
School cuts $498,000
Impassioned pleas from arts parents saved the Perham High School orchestra program; but fine arts faculty was reduced to a half-time instructor; and the school band will be an after-hours function. The board also voted to place a levy referendum on the ballot this fall--asking the...
March 26, 2008 - 12:00am
March 12, 2008
School tax hike gaining support
Painful budget cuts and local tax increases appear inevitable over the next three years in the Perham-Dent school district. For the first time during months of consternation over the prospect of $1 million in cuts in the next two years, even the most fiscally cautious board members...
March 12, 2008 - 12:00am