BEMIDJI, Minn. – The speed limits on several highways in northwest Minnesota will increase from 55 to 60 miles per hour according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation. The new speed limits take effect when the new signs are posted.  Highways that will receive new speed limits signs include...
 Carol Reed and Director Marilyn Shamp celebrating a Senior Connection participant.
Our rural location often makes access to services impossible that residents of larger towns take for granted, so the fact that an adult day services facility is located in Gonvick is amazing. Senior Connection Adult Day Services, a program of Clear Waters Life Center, is small enough to provide...
Leech Lake Color Guard.
Story by Michael Meuers, Photos by David F. Harrington BSU and the Sanford Center hosted the Sixth Annual Native Nations Night on Saturday, January 12, 2019, at the Sanford Center in Bemidji. The BSU Beavers faced off against University of Alaska-Fairbanks in a hotly contested game that went to OT...
Dennis Engebretson will speak at the Small Scale Sustainable Sheep Farming Event February 16, 2019
Dennis Engebretson will be speaking at the Small Scale Sustainable Sheep Farming Event February 16, 2019 at Clearbrook City Hall, Clearbrook MN. More information about the event at sheepcommunity or email or 218-657-2502.  Alethea Kenney had the opportunity to interview...
Clearwater County Commissioners congratulating the outgoing members. From left to right: Dean Newland, Dan Stenseng,  John Nelson, Arlen Syverson and Neal Illies.
Commissioners Dean Newland, John Nelson and Neal Illies congratulated Dan Stenseng and Arlen Syverson on their retirement from the Clearwater County Board. Both Dan and Arlen received an engraved keychain for their service. The December meeting was the last one that they would be attending. Dan...
Alysa Tulibaski, University of Minnesota Extension 4-H Program Coordinator for Marshall County, and her husband, Tim, accepted the award. Tim also serves on the fair board.
The Minnesota Beef Council is excited to announce that the 2018 Minnesota Beef “Prime Promoter of the Year” has been awarded to the Marshall County Agricultural Association.  This award was presented at the 2018 Minnesota Cattle Industry Convention this past weekend during the awards banquet and...
Santa Claus Day in Trail had all the children drawing on the chalk board at the old school. Santa also made his appearance and children were drawing for prizes that were donated.
Trail Santa Claus Days was held in the old schoolhouse upstairs in the “big” room.  The day started with the children all having access to the blackboards and chalk.  They were kept busy drawing Christmas pictures,  snowmen, Christmas trees, reindeer and candy canes.  The three best pictures got...
The hunters gather outside near the first deer of four they managed to get this season. Left to right Pete, Paul, Kermit, Mark, John, Eli, Andy, and Christopher...all Kjolhaugs.
For ninety-two year old Kermit Kjolhaug, it was a fine hunting season as he returned to the Century Farm upon which he was raised. Back to the 1800’s men in the family have gathered to hunt upon the land and this year was no different. Wrapped in the midst of his sons, who could ask for more? All...
Of the fourteen teams that raised money for Trails to Treatments, the team that came out on top, raising $15,200 for the year, was the Gentilly Rocky Ridge Riders. Left to right: LouAnne Olson, Ruth Bornsen, Pam Delage, Bonnie Christians, and Cathy Desrosier. Also on their team, but unable to attend the supper are Pam Maygra, Kari Trudeau and Lisa Desrosier.
Barb Geer Friday, October 12th, marked the day that Trails to Treatments Chair Mardy Anderson announced the tally for the year. To say that the recipients of the grants are grateful is one thing, but it’s yet another thing to attempt to convey the gratitude of the TTT Committee to the area...
Just another day at Richards Publishing! Happy Halloween to all of our readers!


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