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October 2, 2019

• One fatality, 3 injured in 2 car crash

• Greenwaldt inducted into Hall of Fame

• Community rally offers hope

September 25, 2019

• Envirofest celebrates 25 years

• Kids terrorized in woods at football game

• Accused bank robber in custody

• King Derik and Queen Kaija

• CentraCare Eagle Valley Clinic to close

September 18, 2019

• Citizens are hopeful for an addition

• Prayer Zone Partners pray at Bertha-Hewitt

• $7000 donated to Browerville Food Shelf

• Bennett makes another court appearance

September 11, 2019

• Representatives visit transfer station on bonding tour

• Active threat training at Browerville School

September 4, 2019

• Fire ravages Clarissa home

• Support shown for Bennett family

• Bennett arraigned in parent's homicide

August 28, 2019

• Son arrested in Bennetts' death

• Not your parents' ticks

August 21, 2019

• Two found dead in rural Long Prairie

• I'm now completely hooked

• Could you pass the citizenship test

August 14, 2019

• Finding a sister they didn't know existed

• TCC will seek coordinator candidates

August 7, 2019

• August 11 is Kay Nelson Day in Eagle Bend

• Top Minnesota dairy farms are honored

July 31, 2019

• Poston sees possibilities for former Clarissa school building

• Police pursuit ends in arrest

July 24, 2019

• One giant leap for Pickle Fest

•Hansons are outstanding in Todd County

• Gourley Bros. the most important swine facility in the world

• Rock Wall is another step toward being repaired

July 17, 2019

• The mission inside the mission

• Break in at former elementary school

• Something BIG was coming

July 10, 2019

• In the running for Princess Kay

• Like father, like son

• Todd County Commissioners

• Crime Watch

July 3, 2019

• Giving life for our freedom

• Bertha-Hewitt receives Star of Innovation award

June 26, 2019

• Kortuem turns 100

• Cut costs on prescriptions

• Parkers Prairie man trampled to death

June 19, 2019

• Breakfast on the Farm 2019

• Raising "babies for the future

• Pen-Pals for a lifetime

June 12, 2019

• Keeping our brains in shape

•Bertha Clinic in danger of closing

• Last minute planting

• Eagle Bend Days features family fun

June 5, 2019

• Honoring the fallen

• Hey there little bear!

• CentraCare Wellness Center open house

• Bertha-Hewitt Graduation

• Lofgren arrested again

May 29, 2019

• Rain or shine

• Contract approved

• Crime watch

May 22, 2019

• Remembering a young man

• Browerville graduates 36

• Memorial Day Programs

May 15, 2019

• Todd County Commissioners

• Bus company to meet with board

• Bear Aware teaches students

• Snow showers in May bring disbelief

May 8, 2019

• Fatal accident at 210 and 23

• Lorentz is MWCA Coach of the Year

• Adverse health events are up

• Who pays the most taxes in Todd County?

May 1, 2019

•Cooking for Heroes

• Open Burning is restricted

• Annual volunteer appreciation

April 24, 2019

• Easter Bunny makes the rounds

• Benefit for Pam Nauber Christensen

•Todd County Board of Commissioners

April 17, 2019

• 8 month old battles E. coli infection

• TCDC 7th annual dinner meeting

• Dalton arrested for meth possession

April 10, 2019

• Browerville Liquor Store is 85 years old

• A book and a meal

•The taxman cometh

• More ways to connect with us

• Cost to live in Todd County

April 3, 2019

• Poston tours Eagle Bend School

• AHS rescues 115 cats

• Winter passion is a fun pastime

March 27, 2019

• It gets in your blood

• Prayers for healing and peace

March 20, 2019

• Browerville Pro Ag burglarized

• Daoust heads up the recorder's office

• Hewitt siren is silenced

March 13, 2019

• Eagle Bend may have new housing options

• Clarissa Pro Ag break-in

March 6, 2019

• Wolves are 2019 Class A State Champs

• Suspect dead in officer involved shooting

February 27, 2019

• Region 5+ receives innovation award

• Housing update heard by legislators

• Ferrian arrested for drugs, stolen goods

• CodeRED test on March 7

• The siren debate in Hewitt

February 20, 2019

• Wolves repeat as Section 5A champs

•BHVPP claims 6A crown

February 13, 2019

• Another snow day

•Is South Country done for?

• There's a new sheriff in town

• BPA students advance to State

• One act receives star performance

February 6, 2019

• Oz heading to State

• Cold Schmold! I'm from Minneosta!

• Asmus recalls 41 years of service

January 30, 2019

• Avoid the freeze, keep skin covered

• The 10th Choir of Angels?

January 23, 2019

• Farming . . . indoors

• Hockey can keep using the Expo

• Super Wolf Blood Moon Eclipse

January 16, 2019

• Who gives a puck about the hockey association?

• Sportsmen reach the community

• Perish retires after 34 years

January 9, 2019

• Revitalizing the rink

• Animals lost in two fires

• Icy roads cause semi to slide

January 2, 2019

• It's beginning to look a lot like winter

• Don't get P.O.'d at the P.O.

December 26, 2018

• Klimek's lights shine victorious

• Sheriff makes statement on $1.8 million settlement

• Rickbeil retires again

• Top news stories of the year

December 19, 2018

• Reason for the season

• Doing all she can for others

• DNR urges extreme caution on new ice

December 12, 2018

• County to pay $1.8 million in lawsuit

• After 38 years Bangert retires

• Winkler awarded EMT of the Year

December 5, 2018

• Fire consumes lake home

• Suspects apprehended in Bertha burglary

• Two arrested for possession of meth

• Todd County light and decorating contest

November 28, 2018

• Keeping Christ in Christmas

• CentraCare's old campus repurposed

• Lights, cameras and Santa's lap

• Two arrested in Browerville drug bust

November 21, 2018

• Divining the dead

• Bertha Ambulance temporarily out of commission

• Hammond gets surprising honor on Veterans Day

November 14, 2018

• Honoring Veterans

• Wellness wins in Todd County

• Fortier sentenced to 25 years

November 7, 2018

• Trunk or treat draws large crowd

• God winked at new attorney

• Clarissa man charged

October 31, 2018

• Brooklynne was vaulting partially blind

• Coach Irsfeld inducted into Hall of Fame

October 24, 2018

• Working with others to build a church

• Lighting up the night for veterans

• Commissioners approve hockey lease

• Lightway Construction building to serve people

October 17, 2018

• Kebede shares her love of the United States

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• Student assaults Bertha-Hewitt administration

October 10, 2018

• Bear Closet helping students

• Browerville secures grant

• Down Home Foods looking for members

October 3, 2018

• Student makes threats at LP-GE School

• Level 3 Predatory Offender returns to  Wadena

• Fifty years of keeping cousins together

September 26, 2018

• ATV accident results in fatality

• Expo building user needs study denied

• Browerville City Council tours building

September 19, 2018

• From butter to booze

• His Darr-Lings walk to end Alzheimer's

• Officer shot by suspect with arrow

September 12, 2018

• Electrical issue believed to be cause of fire

• Building a community of hope

• Students fill the halls again

September 5, 2018

• A sense of satisfaction

• INH Who's running for office

• Lunemann siblings take on 200 mile race

• Wild parsnip, you can eat it, but don't touch it

August 29, 2018

• Paskewitz is crowned

• Daycare Solutions

• Cell tower is finally online

• Five concerts, seven countries

August 22, 2018

• VFW is awarded for service

• INH Primary results are in

• Car accident causes problems

• What is the answer for Lake Shamineau

August 15, 2018

• Lindquist is tearing up the track

• Uhlenkamp receives Outstanding Ag Inspector honor

• A true servant of Christ

August 8, 2018

• Deconstruction to reconstruction

• 100 years and still growing strong

• Weishalla attends 2018 youth tour

• Results of the Browerville Foodshelf survey

August 1, 2018

• Eagle Bend is open for business

• Scams come in many forms

July 25, 2018

• Local racer competes in Motocross

• Clarissa Summerfest Preview

• Don't complain, get involved

• The end of Relay for Life in Long Prairie, or is it?

July 18, 2018

• Pickle Fest returns

• Riewer retires after 34 years

• County, state and federal office filings

July 11, 2018

• Chromey stops scammers dead in their tracks

• Family escapes serious injury

• What's new at Bear Country Days

• Celebrating 135 years of "fair" raising fun

• Scandinavian Rendezvous

July 4, 2018

• Flying Brass Firearm Services opens in Bertha

• Senior housing in need in Todd County

• Breakfast on the Farm is a hit

June 27, 2018

• Princess Kay of the Milky Way

• MNLARS one year later

• Trails4Transplants stops in Clarissa

June 20, 2018

• Beauty from ashes...

• Get ready for a Slamabama good time

• Vendor extravaganza in Bertha

June 13, 2018

• Slagerman guilty plea deal accepted by judge

• Escape to Eagle Bend Days

• Herrera-Torres sentenced

• Chalk one up for  Prairie Days

June 6, 2018

• One injured in fire at Central Bi

• Kindness Rocks!

• Youngsters make their own t-shirts

• Corpus Christi procession

May 30, 2018

• Remembering those who fought for our freedom

• Remodeling project underway

• Congratulations class of 2018

• Koentzko recognized

• Lancaster earns trip for BPA 

May 23, 2018

• New storefront opening

• Lyme Disease Awareness Month

• Quilts and flag are presented

• Coordinator Hatch resigns

• Graduation congratulations

May 16, 2018

• Paradise Lost

• Wright to compete for Miss USA

• Be a Loser Finale

May 9, 2018

• National tariffs impact local costs

May 2, 2018

• Cuchna is battling a rare disease

• Coming together for the community

• Building a better community

April 25, 2018

• Spring has sprung...finally

• Volunteers are appreciated

• Lingering winter affects farmers

April 18, 2018

• April snowstorm sets records

• Hewitt man trampled to death

• Bertha 5th grader wins drawing contest

• Storage or Sales in Clarissa

April 11, 2018

• Mental health care in schools

• Todd County Housing Survey

• Inviting others to motivate students

• A Sprinkle of Joy

• Senior Echoes 

April 4, 2018

• Bobbing for eggs?

• In the right place at the right time

• Instant Alert message raises concerns

March 28, 2018

• Hashtags Hit The Fan

• Clarissa Museum—moving ahead

March 21, 2018

• Browerville School sells building

• ALICE training at Bertha-Hewitt

• Feeling safer in our schools

• Service Animals

• Eagle Bend man charged

• Two car collision in Clarissa

March 14, 2018

• A life cut short

• CTK hit with another theft

• 36th Annual Minnesota FoodShare

• Car rear-ends semi on Highway 71

March 7, 2018

• Wolves take 4th place at State

• Gun laws are looking to be stricter

February 28, 2018

• 10 area wrestlers head to State

• Section 5A Coaches of the Year

• Skidsteer causes barn blaze

• Celebrate bus drivers

• Hands on learning for our youth

February 21, 2018

• Wolves headed to State

• Slagerman pleads guilty

• I Love to Read Month

• Building community by building relationships

February 14, 2018

• Coaches vs. Cancer

• Slagerman trial cancelled

• Temporary injunction is granted

• Child run over in Browerville

• Keeping her memory alive

• Bear Aware

February 7, 2018

• House fire in Browerville

• Court taking 10 days to make decision

• Be a Loser with Karin contest

• Once in a super blue, blood moon

• Newspaper brings home three firsts

January 31, 2018

• Browerville gets shout-out from Brady

• Former camp counselor found guilty

• Pilot dies in crash

• New purchase agreement offered

January 24, 2018

• Printing plant closing

• Todd County Board of Commissioners

• House fire in rural Browerville

• Still losing it

• Schmitz undergoes surgery to remove colon

January 17, 2018

• 15 years in the making

• False alarm sends Hawaiians into panic

• Injunction is filed

• Wolf hit near Rose City

• Over $1 million in taxes prepaid

January 10, 2018

• SWAT Team raids home in Browerville

• Who do firefighters call?

• Clarissa school building is sold

• Designations approved for 2018

January 3, 2018

• Mama Marla's—rejuvenated

• Fires and accidents end the year

• More raises raise questions

• The best toys are the ones you make

27, 2017

• Giving selflessly to those far away

• Sharing the warmth this winter

December 20, 2017

• Elementary croons holiday carols

• Clarissa building listed with a realtor

• Miracle on Bethlehem Street

• Carol's Coffee, pastries and more

December 13, 2017

• Herrera-Torres found guilty of murder

• Schools in need of sports officials

• Todd County Board of Commissioners

• Bringing in the holidays with song

• Santa stops in Browerville

December 6, 2017

• Is this the end of net neutrality

• Lake Osakis gets $300,000 grant

• Why did my taxes go up?

• Beware of thin ice

November 29, 2017

• Wright crowned Miss Minnesota

• Homelessness captured by local photographer

• T-Roy Anderson to perform

• Clarissa Drug now part of Seip family

November 22, 2017

• The Power of Community

• Cancer research saved my life

• Santa Days

• Increased property wealth and higher taxes

• Suicide prevention by texting?

November 15, 2017

• Wright to compete for Miss Minnesota

• Statema injured in rollover

• State supreme court reversed free speech ruling

• We Honor You Veterans

• Honoring our Veterans

November 8, 2017

• Cold War vets get the cold shoulder

• Opening weekend success

• Making it to Champ Show

• Accidents keep rescue personnel busy

November 1, 2017

• A new roof approved for $1.4 million

• Home Schooling resources available

• Five juveniles charged for Eagle Valley vandalism

• Only a passing glance

• Sailing the mighty Mississippi

October 25, 2017

• Stacie the pumpkin queen

• Bertha-Hewitt test scores are tops

• Browerville School potential bond

October 18, 2017

• Four alarm barn fire

• Fink's fight against cancer

• A good town to get sick in

September 6, 2017

• Hurricane Harvey's destruction felt by Hewitt native

• Shamp returns home

• Local DVS fed up

August 30, 2017

• Fire claims barn and livestock

• Barn quilts of Central Minnesota

• The Great American Eclipse

August 23, 2017

• Bakken battles leukemia

• MCA scores are in

• Flooding in area

August 16, 2017

• Independent News Herald Whiteout

August 9, 2017

• National Night Out

• After 21 years Creative Floors closes its doors

• City of Eagle Bend approves citywide garbage pickup

August 2, 2017

• Shamp seriously injured

• Bertha-Hewitt School Board

• Father Mitchell new priest

July 26, 2017

• Clarissa Summerfest 2017

• Slagerman appears in court

• City votes to buy school building

July 19, 2017

• Todd County Fair

• Cherrington Enterprises has been sold

• Good times in Hewitt

July 12, 2017

• Bertha Days 2017

• Scandinavian Rendezvous

• Adventure in Costa Rica

July 5, 2017

• Circus comes to Clarissa

• 30 years of garage sale deals

• Nesel Packs made in Clarissa

June 28, 2017

• Lines are drawn with slight change

• Tractor and car collide

• Bringing the class outside

June 21, 2017

• Eagle Bend Days

• Wendel Eagle Valley last TOY

• Woodtick Lounge

June 14, 2017

• Samuel Moore state champion

• Motorcycle crash victim seeks man who saved him

• Never too late to graduate

June 7, 2017

• Three airlifted after serious rollover accident

• Denny is the TOPS

• Sweat Rainbows

May 31, 2017

• Residents raise questions

• Church of God author

• Eagle Valley staff and students say goodbye

May 24, 2017

• Browerville Graduation

• Wannacry makes users cry

• Be a Loser winners

May 17, 2017

• Diamond Tool teaches

• Memory Lane

• Slagerman court appearance

May 10, 2017

• Let It Burn

• Virus Goes Phishing

• Tick Borne Disease

May 3, 2017 

• Linds lend hand

• More discussion on Eagle Valley dissolution

• Hatch opens the way

April 26, 2017

• Intersection improvement

• Toxic Stress

• Nobody seems to want the Eagle Valley district

April 19, 2017

• Speech team advances

• Woidas inducted

• The Last Supper service

April 12, 2017

• Mama Marla's Last Hurrah

• Fatal crash at familiar intersection

• Grass fire season is upon us

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