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PARK RAPIDS

Dwayne Johnson and Kian Scott died late Tuesday night when a wrong-way driver smashed her vehicle head-on into theirs, the Mecosta County Sheriff's Office reported.
U.S. Kids Golf Fargo Summer Local Tour will tee off Sunday, May 22 in the lakes area, according to a news release from the group. Registration begins April 8 for tour dates in: Park Rapids, Wahpeton, Detroit Lakes, Fergus Falls and Alexandria, with the tour championship beginning Aug. 14 at Wildflower at Fair Hills Resort in Detroit Lakes.
The Park Rapids Tall Pine Toms chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation has been sprucing up habitats for turkey and other wildlife in the Hubbard County area.
Colton Erickson of Park Rapids is dead after a two-vehicle collision on Sunday evening on U.S. Highway 71, south of Blackduck.

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Sylvia White of Park Rapids is dead after her SUV collided with a fertilizer trailer on Friday afternoon on U.S. Highway 71, south of Bemidji.
The internationally known photographer captured the look of teens in wintry small towns.
Officers from 31 different law enforcement agencies assisted in the removal of the demonstrators from private property. A total of 179 demonstrators were arrested and charged with gross misdemeanor trespassing with an additional 68 individuals cited with public nuisance and unlawful assembly.
Danielle Kraus and Derek Jensen of Park Rapids, Minn., had no idea their son Henry would be diagnosed with neonatal Marfan syndrome, a rare and serious condition.
Ron James served in the United States Air Force from 1984 through 1989. After his accident left him a quadraplegic, he is hoping to rebuild his life with a handicapped accessible home.
There were no known injuries, but a bean processing building sustained extensive damage.

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New research puts spotlight on manmade means of bolstering groundwater supplies.
Many of the protestors traveled from the northeast “to act in solidarity with Anishinaabe peoples here in Minnesota,” according to a news release.
Whether it is a doctor visit, groceries, errands, or a ride to a hair appointment, Darlene Wallick is there. She says she donates 60-70 hours of time each month for Living at Home of the Park Rapids Area; most of that time is spent behind the wheel.

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