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Alexis Lueck crowned Miss Pequot Lakes, Miss Congeniality 2017


Ideal Transfer Station begins spring hours
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PR-B choirs to participate in choral festival
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Even with conservative estimates, the school district is looking at purchasing electricity from the tax credit investor for 6.5 cents per kilowatt hour in the first year compared to the current 8.3 cents. This savings could amount in a base of $9,979 savings in the first year with an increase in savings over time. Illustration
Pine River-Backus School: Solar project could start in June
18 min 55 sec ago
April 23, 2017
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Back row, from left: Kenna Yutrzenka, Miss Pequot Lakes Princess; Alexis Rickard, Miss Pequot Lakes and Miss Congeniality; Mariah Weise, Miss Pequot Lakes Princess; Alexia Rickard; and Emmarae Lasart. Front row: Audrey Jobe, Princess Escort; Isabelle Ziesemer, Queen Escort; Madeline Buss, Princess Escort; Morgan Dotty, Escort; and Neveah Brynteson, Escort.
Alexis Lueck crowned Miss Pequot Lakes, Miss Congeniality 2017
14 hours 41 min ago
Crews install road signs in preparation of the County Road 11/Highway 371 interchange opening to traffic in May. Submitted Photo
Sign of the times
22 hours 48 min ago
Week of Young Child event April 24
23 hours 3 min ago
Employees at Pequot Tool and Manufacturing raised $10,000 for local food shelves in February and March. Pictured is the group that headed the food drive. From left: Mandee Ingvalson, Pam Gatten, Cherie Wehausen, Jill Anderson, Betty Street, Angie Littman and Jane Kure. Not pictured: Cathy Jorissen Submitted photo
Jenkins business drives to raise funds for food shelves - Pequot Tool donates $10,000
23 hours 18 min ago
PR-B Community Education lists classes
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Kimberle Nagel
Toastmasters club to host open house April 27
23 hours 54 min ago
Pequot Lakes Community Education classes listed
April 23, 2017 - 4:05am
The Boozell, Wallace, Friberg, Reed, Fyle, Littman and Lee families - plus Kasey Couture and Jack Goerges - show off the Echo Journal while on a multi-family spring break vacation to Cozumel, Mexico. Submitted Photo
Echoing/Journaling Around the Globe
April 23, 2017 - 4:00am
April 22, 2017
Rich Radtke said he never saw a bill for the 32-foot by 48-foot building that replaced the barn lost to fire, thanks to James Rothers. Tom Cherveny / Forum News Service
Controversial Minnesota town mayor came to one farm couple's rescue
April 22, 2017 - 7:15am
 James Rothers and the City of Kerkhoven remain at odds over the 54-foot tower he built in front of his property along U.S. Highway 12 on the town's west end. Tom Cherveny / Forum News Service
Small Minnesota town may remove mayor 3 months into his term after controversy, legal troubles surface
April 22, 2017 - 7:10am Illustration
Police Blotter - April 22, 2017
April 22, 2017 - 5:20am
Pequot Lakes: Board approves scoreboard purchase
April 22, 2017 - 4:40am