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  • Free Little Library placed at Pelican Park

    | Published on September 15, 2021 at 9:23am CDT Pelican Rapids Press| Author: Pelican Rapids Press

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  • Signs of the times…

    | Published on September 15, 2021 at 9:21am CDT Pelican Rapids Press| Author: Pelican Rapids Press

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    Staff shortages, closures, limited hours impact business as COVID cases tick up Signs of the times are scattered around Pelican Rapids, and Otter Tail County, as COVID-19 cases creep upwards.  Businesses, schools and other institutions are being directly or indirectly impacted.  Staff shortages and limited or inconsistent hours have been frequent at many businesses.  In the case of the Pelican… Read More

  • Bringing together local foods, local places—and local folks  

    | Published on September 15, 2021 at 9:14am CDT Louis Hoglund| Author: Louis Hoglund

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    Deep Roots Fest served up sustainable ag advocacy—along with a helping of fun Alternative agriculture took center stage, and was a centerpiece at the picnic table, at the Deep Roots Festival Sept. 11.  Food, gardening, farming topics are a “uniting” component in a time of political and ideological division. Everybody’s got to eat, whether liberal or conservative. That… Read More

  • Homecoming court set at Pelican HS 

    | Published on September 15, 2021 at 9:13am CDT Pelican Rapids Press| Author: Pelican Rapids Press

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    Candidates for Homecoming King and Queen were announced at a Pelican Rapids High School assembly Sept. 10.   Coronation will be Monday, September 20 at 7:30 p.m. in the Fine Arts Auditorium.  Buttons and T-shirts will be sold throughout the week at the elementary school and the high school. Back – Angel Aguilar, Hayden Hart, and Nick Haugrud Front –… Read More

  • Final plank removed for Pelican dam drawdown

    | Published on September 15, 2021 at 9:10am CDT Louis Hoglund| Author: Louis Hoglund

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    City crews ‘pull the plug’ as Pelican River reduced to a trickle By Louis Hoglund The city street crew guys weren’t leaning on their shovels Sept. 8—they were paddling and splashing around the pond in a duck boat.  This wasn’t an amusement park bumper boat spree. The Pelican Rapids city boys were doing Army Corps of Engineers-type work,… Read More

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