Wadena County Sheriff Michael D. Carr reports that on Tuesday, September 20th 2022, a Wadena County Sheriff’s Deputy was observing traffic near the City of Verndale. The deputy observed a vehicle speeding and conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle.
During the course of the traffic stop, the deputy observed indicators of criminal activity, and K9 Nitro was brought to do a sniff on the exterior of the vehicle. Nitro alerted to the presence of narcotics and a search of the vehicle was conducted. During the search, approximately 362 grams of suspected Fentanyl was located in the vehicle.
The driver, John Gordon, 32, of Waubun, MN was arrested and booked into the Wadena County Jail. Wadena County Attorney Kyra Ladd charged Gordon with 1st Degree Controlled Substance Crime, a felony punishable by up to 40 years in prison.
Gordon appeared in Wadena County District Court on Thursday, September 22nd, where cash bail in the amount of $15,000 was
placed on Gordon to be released. The Wadena County Sheriff’s Office was assisted on the investigation by the Paul Bunyan Drug Task Force. The street value of the Fentanyl is believed to be approximately $36,000.
CHI St. Joseph's Health Community Health will offer a booster shot clinic for those 12 and older who have received their primary series or boosters of COVID-19 vaccine more than 2 months ago.
This will be a drive through clinic on Tuesday, September 27th from 9:00am to 11:00am at the Community Health office parking lot, and you must pre-register for an appointment time by calling 218-237-5464.
Those without an appointment time will be turned away. This clinic will be for Pfizer bivalent boosters only, which are authorized for ages 12 and up. Anyone under the age of 18 will need to be accompanied by a parent.
September 20, 2022
On September 16th at 8:15am, the Hubbard County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a barn on fire at Carter’s Red Wagon Farm in Straight River Township. Park Rapids Fire Department and Hubbard County Deputies were dispatched to the scene.
Upon arrival, Deputies found the barn, a straw shed, and a storage shed to be fully engulfed in flames. Firefighters from the Park Rapids Fire Department spent hours trying extinguish the fire as the large pile of straw continued to burn.
The investigation showed that the owner of the farm, Dwight Carter was operating a skid steer inside the barn when a spark from the exhaust ignited the straw on fire. Carter tried to extinguish the fire with his shirt but the fire spread too quickly.
Carter retrieved another piece of equipment and pulled the skid steer out of the barn before it too caught on fire. Carter’s hair and beard were singed during the incident. The buildings and contents were a total loss.
Sheriff Tom Burch reports that on September 10th 2022, the Cass County Sheriff’s Office, pursuant to an investigation into the use, sales and trafficking of illegal controlled substances, conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle in Crow Wing County, with the assistance of the Crow Wing County Sheriff’s Office. During the investigation, 452 grams (one pound) of suspected methamphetamine and US currency in the amount of $6,500.00 was seized.
Arrested during the investigation was Candice Whitebird, age 42 of Walker MN. The investigation indicates that the drugs were bound for the Walker MN/Leech Lake Reservation area. Formal charges related to drug possession and sales are pending. Assisting in the investigation were the Paul Bunyan Drug Task Force and the Baxter Police Department.
Sheriff Burch reports that most of the investigations start with a tip from the public. The Cass County Sheriff’s Office encourages you to report suspected drug or other crime related information to the Sheriff’s Office. You can request to speak to the Investigation staff, and you can remain anonymous. You can also report tips and information online through Crime Stoppers of MN through their website portal at: http://crimestoppersmn.org.
PARK RAPIDS, MN (September 8, 2022) – CHI St. Joseph’s Health Community Health will offer a booster shot clinic for those 18 and older who have received their primary series or boosters of COVID-19 vaccine more than 2 months ago. This will be a drive through clinic from 9:00am to 12:00pm at the Community Health office parking lot, and you must pre-register for an appointment time by calling 218-237-5464. Those without an appointment time will be turned away.
This clinic will be for Moderna bivalent boosters only, which are only authorized for ages 18 and up.
Appointment time is required.
When: Tuesday - 9/20/2022
Where: CHI St. Joseph’s Health Community Health parking lot
Address: 1415 1st Street E, Park Rapids, MN 56470
You must call 218-237-5464 to reserve an appointment time.
Multiple people can ride in one vehicle to receive a vaccine dose, but all names will need to be provided upon registering for the appointment.
Proof of previous COVID-19 vaccination is required at the clinic.
A limited amount of vaccine is available for this clinic. CHI St. Joseph’s Health Community Health will continue to announce more clinics as bivalent booster vaccine become available.
If you have questions, please call the Community Health office at 218-237-5464.
Cass County Sheriff Tom Burch reports that on Monday, September 5th 2022 at 3:11 PM, the Cass County Sheriff’s Office received a report of an off-road vehicle crash with injury on the Emily-Outing “B” Trail in Beulah Township, rural Outing MN.
Responders and Deputies arrived at the rural scene and learned that a group of OHV riders were travelling on the trail and came upon a 2015 Polaris Ranger side by side that had partially rolled over on the trail, trapping the driver inside the machine.
The group of riders was able to free the victim from the machine and immediately initiated lifesaving efforts. Lifesaving efforts continued on-scene with EMS personnel; however, the victim, an adult female, age 56 of Fort Meyers Florida, was pronounced deceased on scene.
The victim was the lone occupant of the machine and was travelling alone. An autopsy is scheduled with the Ramsey County Medical Examiner’s Office and the investigation continues.
Assisting at the scene were Outing Quick Response, Crooked Lake Fire Department, Remer Ambulance, Crosby Ambulance and North Memorial Air Care.
Cass County Sheriff Tom Burch reports that on Sunday, September 4th 2022 at 10:00 PM, the Cass County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a boat accident with injuries on Ten Mile Lake, rural Hackensack MN. Deputies and responders arrived on scene and learned that a 2017 Ranger boat, operated by a male, age 50 of Horace North Dakota, had been travelling on the lake near the shore when it possibly struck something on or near the shoreline, causing it to abruptly stop.
A passenger, a juvenile female, age 13 of Motley MN, was thrown forward in the boat, causing injury. Lifesaving efforts were immediately initiated by family members on scene and further assisted by first responders, Deputies and EMS personnel. The female was later pronounced deceased.
The driver of the boat received minor injuries and was treated on scene. The victims are relatives who were staying at a family cabin. An autopsy is scheduled with the Ramsey County Medical Examiner’s Office and the incident remains under investigation.
Assisting at the scene were Hackensack Fire & Rescue, North Memorial Ambulance and AirCare.
From the Beltrami County Sheriff's Office:
Construction of US Hwy 71 continues with FAIRly significant impacts on accessing the fairgrounds. If you're coming form the south, you'll need to access via Irvine Ave, go north of Highway 71 and turn back south on Fairgrounds Road.
Please use caution in the construction area.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) regularly updates the state infested waters list, which includes Minnesota lakes and rivers containing certain aquatic invasive species.
As the Aug. 15 wild rice season opening date approaches, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources reminds harvesters that rice stands must also be ripe before they may be legally harvested.
Wild rice harvesters going out during the upcoming season will find variable conditions this year in many areas of Minnesota.
“While we’ve heard reports of good rice in some places this year, a cooler early spring meant many lakes had late ice-out and the wild rice growing season was pushed back up to two weeks,” said Ricky Lien, DNR wetland habitat team supervisor. “Consequently, wild rice may ripen later than normal. Ricers need to remember that it is illegal to harvest green rice.”
As people consider harvesting, they need to know the regulations that help protect wild rice stands for future years. Harvesters are allowed to take ripe wild rice each year during the wild rice season that runs between Aug. 15 and Sept. 30, but Minnesota’s green rice law makes it illegal to harvest unripe or “green” rice, even within the dates of the harvest season. So although rice beds may look like they are ready, ricers must make sure the grain is ripe and falling easily from the stalk before attempting to harvest it.
Early reports from DNR and tribal biologists on the condition of this year’s wild rice have been mixed across central and northern Minnesota.
“People interested in harvesting wild rice should do some scouting to look for good stands of rice,” Lien said. “Although we’re hearing of some places with good wild rice this year, other areas were hit by multiple heavy storms that had negative impacts.”
Ahead of the wild rice season in mid-August, the DNR will post a wild rice conditions report online. To be notified by email when the conditions report is available, sign up for wild rice email updates (public.govdelivery.com/accounts/MNDNR/subscriber/new).
The conditions report is available each year on the DNR’s wild rice management page (mndnr.gov/Wildlife/ShallowLakes/Wildrice.html), along with license, regulation and safety information. For other details that may not be in the conditions report, anyone looking for more information on wild rice in their area can contact their local DNR wildlife manager (mndnr.gov/Areas/Wildlife) or a Shallow Lakes Program specialist (mndnr.gov/Wildlife/ShallowLakes/Specialists.html).
Where to find Hunting and Trapping Regulations
Small Business Administration resources are available to Minnesota businesses and residents affected by severe storms and flooding in June 2022. The declaration covers Morrison County (primary) and adjacent counties of Benton, Cass, Crow Wing, Mille Lacs, Stearns and Todd.
Applicants may apply IN PERSON at SBA’s Disaster Loan Outreach Center (DLOC) located in Randall, MN (Morrison County) at the City of Randall Fire Hall. The DLOC will permanently close Thursday, August 11 at 4pm cst. Applicants may also apply online, under SBA declaration # 17537, using the Electronic Loan Application (ELA) via SBA’s secure website at DisasterLoanAssistance.sba.gov/ela/s.
If approved for a loan, an applicant is under no obligation to accept it. They can turn it down now, and still “reactivate” their application for up to 6 months from the date of their determination letter. An SBA loan is one tool in a person’s recovery toolkit as they consider all their options.
It’s important to know that low-interest federal disaster loans are for HOMEOWNERS AND RENTERS, plus businesses of all sizes, non-profit organizations, faith-based organizations, small aquaculture businesses, and small agricultural cooperatives impacted by the storms. All can apply for their uncompensated losses – i.e. their insurance wasn’t enough to complete their repairs or they didn’t have insurance.
Sheriff Tom Burch reports that on July 30th 2022 at 12:41 AM, the Cass County Sheriff’s Office received a report of an ATV crash with injuries in the area of County Road 103 and 57th Ave SW in Meadow Brook Township, rural Motley MN. Deputies and responders arrived on scene and learned that a 2021 Polaris GENERAL had left the roadway, rolling several times into the ditch and striking trees.
The driver of the ATV, a male, age 20 of Motley MN, was treated on scene and transported to the Staples Hospital and later transported by helicopter to a Twin Cities hospital for serious injuries. A female passenger, age 20 of Elk River MN, was treated on scene and transported via helicopter to a St. Cloud hospital for serious injuries.
A male passenger, age 19 of Motley MN, was also treated on scene and transported to Staples Hospital for injuries. The initial investigation indicates that alcohol and speed are contributing factors to the crash and the investigation is ongoing with formal charges pending.
Assisting at the scene were the Motley Police Department, Motley Fire Department, Staples Ambulance and North Memorial Air Care.
PARK RAPIDS, MN (August 1, 2022) – Hubbard County is seeing another surge in COVID-19 cases, driven by the Omicron BA.5 variant. The community and transmission levels in Hubbard County are currently rated as “high” by the CDC.
When community levels are high, it is recommended to mask indoors, stay up to date with COVID vaccines and get tested if you have any symptoms or have a known exposure.
Symptoms of the BA.5 variant include, but are not limited to a runny nose, cough, sore throat, fever, headache, muscle pain and fatigue. BA.5 is very contagious and anyone with any of the symptoms listed is encouraged to test, either with a home test or by contacting your medical provider.
CHI St. Joseph’s Health Community Health has a limited number of free at-home tests. Please call Community Health at 218-237-5464 if you would like more information.
CHI St. Joseph’s Health Community Health continues to holdCOVID-19 walk-in clinics - primary series and boosters - for ages 12 and up. Moderna and Pfizer vaccines are available.
COVID-19 Vaccine – Walk-In
Where: CHI St. Joseph’s Health Community Health Office
Address: 1415 1st Street E, Park Rapids, MN 56470
Times: 9:00 am -11:00 am
It goes by different names, but National Night Out is a night for towns to celebrate their community, meet local law enforcement and first responders and strengthen local ties. All events the evening of Tuesday, August 2, 2022
Akeley - National Night Out - Paul's Patio - 4:30 - 7
Bemidji - National Night Out - Field btwn JW Smith and the Boys & Girls Club - 5:30 - 7:30
Hackensack - National Night Out - Community Center - 5 - 7
Mahnomen - National Night Out - East side of Mahnomen High School - 5-7
New York Mills - National Night Out - Behind Cultural Center/Library - 4 - 6
Park Rapids - Night to Unite - Heartland Park - 5-7
Walker - Neighborhood Block Party - Hope Lutheran 5-7
Did we miss any? Please let us know email@example.com
Night to Unite is August 2nd at two locations in Hubbard County
Heartland Park in Park Rapids 5 -7 PM
Set up at 4 and clean up at 7
Paul Bunyan Shelter in Akeley 4:30 - 7 PM
Set up at 3:30 and clean up at 7
Volunteers are needed at each location to give away resources and other fun stuff. Info on helping out at this link: Night to Unite
From a 7/19/22 Press Release from the Cass County Sheriff's Office:
Sheriff Tom Burch reports that on July 16th 2022 the Cass County Sheriff’s Office, pursuant to an investigation into the use, sale and trafficking of illegal controlled substances, conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle in Wilson Township, rural Pine River MN. A small amount of suspected methamphetamine, heroin and ammunition was seized.
A follow up search warrant was executed at a residence in Barclay Township, rural Pine River MN. At the residence, over a half-pound of suspected methamphetamine and two grams of heroin were seized. The ongoing investigation also led to an AR-15 style rifle being recovered. Arrested during the investigation was Daniel Crawford, age 55 of Pine River MN, and Sarah Wolff, age 30 of Pine River MN. Formal charges related to drug possession and weapons are pending. Assisting in the investigation were the Paul Bunyan Drug Task Force and the Pine River Police Department.
Sheriff Burch reports that most investigations start with a tip from the public. The Cass County Sheriff’s Office encourages you to report suspected drug or other crime related information to the Sheriff’s Office. You can request to speak to an Investigator, and you can remain anonymous. You can also report tips and information online to Crime Stoppers of MN through their website portal at: http://crimestoppersmn.org.
July 19, 2022
On July 7 th at 9:41pm the Hubbard County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a pedestrian that was struck by a vehicle while walking on 170 th St in Henrietta township. The victim was identified as 18-year
old Isabelle Croskrey of Park Rapids. She was transported to St. Joseph’s Hospital in Park Rapids by private vehicle while Deputies began looking for the suspect vehicle. The victim reported that she was
walking along the shoulder of 170 th St with her sister when a red Ford Ranger came from behind them.
The vehicle struck her from behind, injuring her hand and also a foot. The vehicle then accelerated and sped away. Deputies found broken parts of the vehicle at the scene. Officers soon located a red Ford Ranger in the area with a broken passenger side mirror. A traffic stop was made and the driver was identified as 54-year old Robert Mackay Jr of Park Rapids. Mackay showed signs of impairment and admitted to seeing people walking along the road and drinking “a lot”. He submitted to a preliminary breath test which showed an alcohol concentration of .16. He was placed under arrest for DUI.
A search of the vehicle resulted in a marijuana smoking device being found. A search warrant was obtained for a sample of Mackay’s blood. The sample was sent to the MN BCA for analysis and the results are pending.
July 19, 2022
On July 10 th at 2:21am the Hubbard County Sheriff’s Office received a call of an ATV accident on 149 th Av in Straight River Township. Deputies arrived at the scene where they found the driver of the ATV suffering from a laceration to the head and back pain.
The investigation showed that 32-year old Jason Sindt of Waubun, MN left a wedding dance to give another individual a ride on his 2020 Polaris 1000cc ATV. Tracks show that Sindt was travelling on Buckhorn Circle at a high rate of speed and sliding around corners. Sindt lost control of the machine and rolled it in the ditch. A passerby helped tip the machine upright where Sindt drove back to the residence where the wedding had taken place. Sindt was transported to St Joseph’s Hospital in Park Rapids by North Memorial Ambulance where he was treated for his injuries.
After speaking with Sindt, Deputies then had Sindt perform some field sobriety testing in which he failed. Sindt then refused to provide a preliminary breath test. A search warrant was obtained for Sindt’s blood and a sample was taken. Sindt was then taken into custody for a 4 th Degree DUI.
The Woodtick Wheelers SAR Team and officers from the Cass County Sheriff's Office.
Hackensack, MN — The Woodtick Wheelers ATV Club is busy once again
this year, partnering with the Cass County Sheriff’s Office to promote
safe, responsible ATV riding. In May, the club’s Search & Rescue ATV
Team held a training session at the County Land Dept office in Backus.
Led by Chad Emery, Emergency Management Coordinator, and assisted by several Deputies, SAR members held a mock rescue of a rider in an ATV accident.
In addition to ongoing first aid training, they were introduced to new technology used by the Sheriff’s Office, including the latest radios, a drone system and a mobile app used on missions in the County. The SAR Team, organized in 2015 and which also includes members of the Over The Hills Gang ATV Club, trains on a regular basis to ensure their services are effective, with certification in CPR, adult
first aid, and the use of AED and GPS units.
In June, the Woodtick Wheelers, in partnership with Deputies and a local DNR Conservation Officer, held two ATV Safety Classes at the Walker Area Community Center, certifying 38 youth riders to be able to legally ride on public ATV trails. If you know other young riders ages 11 to 15 who need ATV certification, check out the DNR website for the full list of ATV Safety Classes scheduled across the state.
Throughout the summer, the club’s SAR team members will be assisting the Sheriff’s Office at community events such as Moondance concerts, and monitoring ATV activity on the Soo Line North Trail in the Remer area. For more information on the club, its regular trail rides and community-minded programs, visit its website at woodtickwheelers.com
On June 25th, 2022, at approximately 5:10 PM, the Wadena County Sheriff’s Office received a report of an ATV crash in Section 23 of Bullard Township, south of Cottingham Park.
It was reported that a male party was found lying on ground near his ATV by family members. The male party, identified as Daniel Walters (69), of St. Cloud, was driving a red Polaris four-wheeler when he lost control, fell off and injured his left side. Walters was reported to be lying on the ground for 20-30 minutes before being located by family.
Staples Ambulance arrived on scene and transported Walters to a landing zone close to the scene. Walters was then airlifted to
CentraCare Hospital in St. Cloud to be treated. His current condition is unknown.
The Wadena County Sheriff’s Office was assisted by the Minnesota State Patrol, Staples Ambulance and North Memorial Air Care. Alcohol or reckless driving are not believed to be factors in this incident.
On June 16, 2022 at 5:53 A.M., The Brainerd Police Department received a report of a deceased male in a wooded area west of Southeast 13th Street just south of Northern Pacific Road.
Officers responded to this location and found 41 year old Chad Michael Pierzinski deceased inside of a makeshift structure that Pierzinski is believed to have been staying in. Acquaintances of Pierzinski reported going to this location to check on him after not seeing him for several days.
Pierzinski was transported to the Ramsey County Medical Examiner's Office, and this incident remains an active investigation pending autopsy results. No foul play is suspected.
Sheriff Tom Burch reports that on June 17th 2022 at 4:08 PM, the Cass County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a boat incident involving injury at a residence on Gull Lake in the City of East Gull Lake MN.
Deputies and responders arrived and learned that a pontoon was attempting to dock when a mechanical failure caused the pontoon to accelerate into the dock. A female passenger, age 37, attempted to stop the watercraft from hitting the dock by sitting down and putting her feet out to stop it.
She was unable to stop the watercraft and her feet slid under the front of the pontoon causing her legs to be pinched between the dock and the watercraft. The female was treated on scene for injuries and later transported via helicopter to a Twin Cities area hospital.
Assisting on scene were North Ambulance and North Memorial Air Care.
From a 6/20/22 Press Release:
At approximately 1316 hours on 06/18/2022, Otter Tail County Dispatch received a report of a water accident and possible drowning on South Lida Lake, east of Pelican Rapids.
It was learned that 48 year old Eric Fife had been boating friends when he entered the water, while trying to retrieve his dog, which had jumped off of the boat and into the lake. Moments later, it became apparent to his companions that Mr. Fife was in distress and struggling to stay above water. A friend entered the water and pulled both Mr. Fife and his dog back to the boat, and life saving efforts were initiated by his boating companions. the friends continued providing CPR, until first responders arrived at a nearby lake access and relieved them. However, resuscitation efforts were unsuccessful, and Mr. Fife passed away at the scene. The incident remains under investigation.
The Ringdahl Ambulance Service, Pelican Rapids Police Department, Maplewood State Park staff, and the Otter Tail County Sheriff's Office assisted at the scene.
Sunnybrook Stomp picture courtesy of Tri-County Health Care
WADENA, Minn. – June. 13, 2022 –60 runners gathered for this year’s Sunnybrook Stomp 5k on Friday, June 10, at Sunnybrook Park in Wadena. Tri-County Health Care’s Wellness Committee organizes the event, which started with a 1K for kids, followed by the 5K, which was comprised of 19 male and 41 female runners this year. All proceeds went to the Tri-County Health Care pediatric rehab program.
Bjorn Brunsberg of Wadena was the men’s top finisher with a time of 18:39. Emily Winter of Clarissa was the women’s top finisher with a time of 22:04.
Age Category winners included ages 0-12 – Reed Winter, Clarissa (28:40), Ellen Neuerburg, Perham (29:02); ages 13-20 – Bjorn Brunsberg, Wadena (18:39), Emily Winter, Clarissa (22:04); ages 21-30 – Emily Warner, New York Mills (23:33); ages 31-40 – Andrew Hay, Cavalier, ND (19:21), Katie Osborn, Tuscon, AZ (25:17); ages 41-50 – Ben Olson, Perham (21:30), Katrina Aho, New York Mills (29:09); ages 51-plus – Tom Ellingson, Menahga (22:02), Pam Doebbeling, Ottertail (28:07).
The committee is looking forward to next year’s event, which will be the first under the new Astera Health name.
From an Otter Tail County Sheriff's Office release:
On Friday, June 10th, 2022 at approximately 1112 hours, the Otter Tail County Sheriff's Office received a 911 call reporting a motor vehicle accident in the 34000 block of Co Hwy 67, south or New York Mills. The accident involved two motor vehicles. The driver was the sole occupant of each vehicle.
One driver, Tracy Frost (47) of New York Mills, was pronounced deceased after life saving measures at the scene. The other driver was brought to the hospital with minor injuries. Alcohol and/or drugs were not a factor. The investigation is ongoing. The Sheriff's Office was assisted by the New York Mills Rescue, Fire, and Police Departments, the Minnesota State Patrol, Tri County Ambulance and North Memorial Air Care of Bemidji.
June 8, 2022
Big Detroit Lake, Detroit Lakes, MN On June 8, 2022, at approximately 5:39 PM, the Becker County Sheriff's Office received a report of a male who had jumped off a pontoon on Detroit Lake and had not resurfaced. Dispatch advised responding personnel that the location was south of the Holiday Inn. At 5:44 PM, Sheriff's deputies and officers from the Detroit Lakes Police Department were on the water responding to the location of the drowning.
An extensive search ensued with several different agencies and private citizens assisting. At approximately 8:48 PM, the victim, Jette Kriston Frandson, age 20, of Fergus Falls, MN, was located in approximately 29 feet of water. Frandson was pronounced deceased at the scene.
The occupants on the pontoon stated they were together on the watercraft when Frandson jumped into the water. The wind began to push the pontoon away from Frandson who had begun to struggle. All three friends stated they jumped into the water at separate times to rescue Frandson with the attempts unsuccessful. Frandson was not wearing a life preserver.
The Detroit Lakes Police Department, Detroit Lakes Fire Department, Becker County Dive Rescue, Valley Water Rescue, Mahnomen Sheriff's Office, Clay County Sheriff's Office, MN State Patrol, MN DNR Conservation, and St. Mary's EMS, along with personnel from the Holiday Inn and TS Dock and Lift, assisted the Becker County Sheriff's Office with the search. The incident remains under investigation.
Press Release, June 2, 2022
Park Rapids, MN, June 6, 2022:
Due to the number of appeals received by the Hubbard County Assessors Office, the Hubbard
County Board of Commissioners has scheduled continuations of the County Board of Appeals
If you are planning to attend, you may attend any of the scheduled sessions. Meeting dates and
starting times are as follows:
▪ Monday – June 13 – 6:30 p.m.
▪ Tuesday – June 14 – 5:00 p.m.
▪ Wednesday – June 15 – 5:00 p.m.
▪ Thursday – June 16 – 5:00 p.m.
ALL MEETINGS ARE BEING HELD IN THE HUBBARD COUNTY BOARD ROOM
301 COURT AVE., PARK RAPIDS
If you have already made an appeal in writing, you DO NOT need to appear in person.
Hubbard County – Providing high quality, cost effective public service.
If you tuned into KQ 101.9 FM this morning, you're not imagining things! We've switched to a Classic Hits format. A few weeks ago, we changed KAKK to a Fox Sports affiliate. Here's more info, as written in Radio Insight:
"De La Hunt Media has performed a double flip at its stations in Walker MN.
Classic Hits 1570 KAKK/93.7 K229DJ Walker has flipped to Sports utilizing Fox Sports Radio. KAKK is running the national lineup around the clock as well as carrying Minnesota Wild hockey.
Concurrently, Soft AC “KQ 102” 101.9 KQKK Walker has picked up the Classic Hits mantle as it is now branding as “101.9 The Arrow” positioned as “Leech Lakes’ Classic Hits”.
What do you think of our new sound? Love it? Hate it? Think we need to play more Foghat? We'd love to hear your thoughts at firstname.lastname@example.org