I can hardly wait for the Minnesota fishing opener. I am not alone!.
On Saturday, April 22, local Boy Scout Noah Han will be finishing his Eagle Scout project, one of the
The familiar white transit bus provides rides for those who need transportation to and from appointments, shopping, dining, school and more. The bus is also equipped with a bike rack. In Staples, free transportation is offered to students involved in Summer Recreation, the Adventures programs and summer school. (Submitted photo)
Friendly Rider continues to grow and expand its service, now serving 17 communities in Wadena, Todd
Serenity Keppers, employee at Y-Knot Liquor in Motley, gets some assistance recently from Alice the cat, one of the pets that calls the store ‘home.’ Although she was reluctant to be open on Sundays, store owner Sue Kobus said that they have decided to be open on Sundays during the summer months. (Staples World photo by Dawn Timbs)
Sunday liquor sales in Minnesota, banned since 1858, will go into effect July 2.
Two recommendations by Superintendent Mary Klamm failed on split votes at the Staples-Motley School
A New York Mills Police car chases a suspect vehicle (not pictured) through the streets of Staples on April 18
The familiar white transit bus provides rides for those who need transportation to and from appointments, shopping, dining, school and more. The bus is also equipped with a bike rack. In Staples, free transportation is offered to students involved in Summer Recreation, the Adventures programs and summer school. (Submitted photo)
Serenity Keppers, employee at Y-Knot Liquor in Motley, gets some assistance recently from Alice the cat, one of the pets that calls the store ‘home.’ Although she was reluctant to be open on Sundays, store owner Sue Kobus said that they have decided to be open on Sundays during the summer months. (Staples World photo by Dawn Timbs)
Two recommendations by Superintendent Mary Klamm failed on split votes at the Staples-Motley School Board meeting Monday, April 17. Twenty minutes after the meeting adjourned, Klamm emailed the board a one-sentence letter of resignation. In an interview Tuesday morning Klamm said it was “...
A New York Mills Police car chases a suspect vehicle (not pictured) through the streets of Staples on April 18 at the corner of 4th Street and Park Ave. NE. Multiple law enforcement vehicles from other jurisdictions also joined the chase, including Otter Tail County, Wadena County and Todd County...
Central Lakes College nursing students Anessa Morales and Alexandra Meisinger explain to visitors their project on heart attacks at the CLC Health Fair held March 31. The event, with the help of Tri County Community Action, which provides health care assistance, Head Start and other services to the...
The top readers in the accelerated reading program for the third quarter at Staples-Motley High School are: front, from left, Alessia Corti, Kassidy White, Amy Michel, Abbigail DiGiovanni and Elizabeth Noble; back, from left, Jeremy Stultz, Natilee Gabel, Dacota Daye, Hunter Carlson and Shaine...

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Robert Unruh, 85, of Motley, formerly of Fargo, ND, Jamestown, ND and Colorado Springs, CO, died April 13, 2017 while in hospice care at Harmony House in Motley.A celebration of his life will be held...

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