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HC gets 8 inches of snow; system has mostly moved through

Hubbard County woke up to nearly 8 inches of snow Tuesday, but most area buses, including Park Rapids, were running on time.

Park Rapids Enterprise, 03/05/2013

Snowmobile races provide thrills for spectators

A thrill a second is taking place today in Hubbard County. Dozens of daredevil snowmobile racers are headed up and down County Road 4 at speeds you shouldn’t even try at home.

Park Rapids Enterprise, 03/03/2013

Squabbling over pool space

As parts of the Fish Hook River re-open, some trumpeter swans have returned to Deane Point in Park Rapids. But swans are notoriously aggressive and territorial.

Park Rapids Enterprise, 03/02/2013

Firefighters re-learn how to navigate Hubbard County highways

Hubbard County’s Emergency Management Director Brian Halbasch wants to ensure that hesitating to ask for directions isn’t a “guy thing.” Especially during an emergency.

Park Rapids Enterprise, 03/02/2013

PR Fire Department gets first female firefighter

Park Rapids’ volunteer fire department is 26 strong, 25 men and the first woman on the squad.

Park Rapids Enterprise, 03/02/2013

Scam du jour: They’re creative, everywhere so beware

Either the nation is experiencing a gigantic wave of scams, or Hubbard County’s new seat of power is now called Scam City. Authorities have been besieged with complaints about scams, through e-mail, phone calls and letters.

Park Rapids Enterprise, 03/02/2013

Hubbard County awarded for prosecution of DWI case

Hubbard County Attorney Don Dearstyne kept getting the e-mails, the calls, inviting him to a luncheon at the St. Paul Science Museum. He was busy and ignored them.

Park Rapids Enterprise, 03/02/2013

Four-legged guests ‘snuggle, snooze’

The hotel business can be grueling (make that drooling) for proprietors anxious to make their guests happy.

Park Rapids Enterprise, 02/27/2013

Rep. Steve Green talks proposed gun legislation

Guns and taxes seemed to be the overriding issues at a town hall forum Saturday staged by Rep. Steve Green (R-Fosston).

Park Rapids Enterprise, 02/27/2013

The fur flew for a good cause

It took two groomers to get Chloe dry after her Saturday bath. Fur was everywhere as Heather Flann, at left, and Kevin Bruce wielded hair dryers.

Park Rapids Enterprise, 02/27/2013

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