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Sponge Bob and Patrick, BFFs curbside

The brightly painted snow sculptures can be seen on Fair Avenue across the street from the Heritage Living Center. A firefighter who watched the process said, “The kids who made it were having a ball.” It’s modeled after cartoon character Sponge Bob Square Pants and his best friend Patrick the starfish.

Park Rapids Enterprise, 02/23/2013

Fort Benedict Store owner gives view on gas prices

Vince Picha keeps his stepladder underneath his gas prices sign perpetually. The way prices have jumped up and down this winter he reasons why put it away? They’ve risen almost daily since Christmas.

Park Rapids Enterprise, 02/23/2013

BOA clamps down on homeowners, then relents and grants all variances

Two different property owners questioned the rationale behind Hubbard County’s Shoreland Ordinances Wednesday as they requested variances. Both were granted their requests, however.

Park Rapids Enterprise, 02/23/2013

Area fisherman known for his magical wins

Tom Mead is known as the “Fishing Magician.”

Park Rapids Enterprise, 02/20/2013

Eelpout Festival brings out the outrageous

The 34th annual International Eelpout Festival is under way in Walker, with thousands of raucous guests in attendance.

Park Rapids Enterprise, 02/16/2013

Hubbard County looks at new options for trash disposal

To burn or not to burn. That is the question. Hubbard County commissioners Tuesday mulled over the issue of waste disposal and the future.

Park Rapids Enterprise, 02/16/2013

Getting her cape

Alessia Harmon, whose brother and sister rescued her after she fell through the ice on Fish Hook Lake New Year’s Day, finally became a caped crusader. When siblings Parker and Lydia pulled her out of the lake, Alessia became consumed with the idea of superheroes wearing capes. Grandmother Sue Harmon obliged and stitched up her new cape. Parker and Lydia passed

Park Rapids Enterprise, 02/13/2013

Old time logging captivates the young

On a picture perfect day at Itasca State Park members of the Lake Itasca Region Pioneer Farmers staged their biennial demonstration of 1800s lumbering techniques on Saturday. According to park history, lumber was key to the development of the area, with billions of board feet cut to accommodate that growth. The industry employed immigrants who settled throughout the Great Plains.

Park Rapids Enterprise, 02/13/2013

Nevis Council member resigns; expansion plan for school approved

The Nevis City Council authorized a conditional use permit and parcel combination in a residential area to accommodate a school expansion plan that should be completed by fall.

Park Rapids Enterprise, 02/13/2013

Menahga pond hockey event set for this Saturday

Menahga will host its first ever pod hockey tournament this Saturday, Feb. 16.

Park Rapids Enterprise, 02/13/2013

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