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Hubbard board approves $5.6 million courthouse renovation

The Hubbard County board voted unanimously Tuesday night to proceed on a $5.665 million courthouse renovation. The board reasoned at a public hearing that bond rates were too low to pass up and competition in the construction industry would ensure lower prices for the renovation and ad-dition. There is a 30-day com-ment period. Construction on the 38-year-old building could start as soon as late summer. Read more about the project in Saturday’s Enterprise.

Park Rapids Enterprise, 02/06/2013

PR man who couldn't stay sober gets 110 month sentence

A Park Rapids man who couldn’t refrain from alcohol and killed his friend in a drunken brawl in 2010 is back behind bars for a long time.

Park Rapids Enterprise, 02/06/2013

Anglers brave cold temps, colder wind chills Saturday

The weather was cold but the fishing was hot Saturday afternoon on Fish Hook Lake.

Park Rapids Enterprise, 02/02/2013

Area hospitals take strides to improve their safety practices

Hospitals in Park Rapids and Detroit Lakes each reported three adverse events in 2012 that resulted in four disabling injuries. Though that number, compared to total patient days, is low, administrators want these reports be a zero-sum exercise.

Park Rapids Enterprise, 02/02/2013

Riding shotgun down the avalanche (of a foot of snow)

In sickness and in snow. Kim Larson is just realizing those were the marital vows she signed up for nearly 22 years ago. She and husband Palmer became a team this winter – actually this week – in the snow plowing business.

Park Rapids Enterprise, 02/02/2013

Minor fire causes major curiosity

A minor chimney fire Thursday evening at a Central Avenue home in Park Rapids caused numerous phone calls about emergency vehicles on the highway. Park Rapids Fire Chief Donn Hoffman said there was minor damage, but as a usual precaution, another fire department was called in, then sent back when it was determined mutual aid wasn’t necessary.

Park Rapids Enterprise, 02/02/2013

Plow drivers keep roads safe for motorists during storms

The sky is darker than a pocket when John Adam reports to work at 3 a.m.

Park Rapids Enterprise, 01/30/2013

Alert deputy stops wanted man; arrest leads to huge quantity of meth seized

A traffic stop last week in Hubbard County yielded a significant quantity of meth and the arrest of a White Earth man wanted for another crime.

Park Rapids Enterprise, 01/26/2013

County’s legal counsel uphold planning appointments

Hubbard County Attorney Don Dearstyne and the county’s outside counsel have rejected a COLA challenge to planning and zoning appointments made in late 2012.

Park Rapids Enterprise, 01/26/2013

Potato Lake home suffers chimney fire

A Hubbard County man and his daughter narrowly escaped a chimney fire early Monday morning that caused extensive damage to their Potato Lake home.

Park Rapids Enterprise, 01/23/2013

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