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Submitted By: Allan E. TuresonSubmitted: 10/29/2014
Last week I visited my home town of Hallock. While there I visited the Station and talked to the folks that were working there and those having coffee. I was somewhat disheartened to learn that membership for the Station had dropped from nearly 300 people a few years ago to slightly over 100 people now. I was a member of the board that got the Station started, and I know the dedication and hard work that went into getting it up and running, and I know that it was completed without having to go in to debt because of all the caring folks in and around Hallock. If membership doesn't increase soon, it is just a matter of time before the doors of the Station will have to close. There are many people in and around Hallock that qualify for membership, and it is hard for me to understand why they do not become members. The Station provides excellent meals, and they provide meals delivered to people that are unable to come to the station. There is a store at the Station, and there are al

Submitted By: Philip DraySubmitted: 5/18/2015
Hi, can anyone tell me the history of the Hotel Hallock from the 19th century, and efforts by Chas Hallock of New York to operate a hotel/hunting lodge in Kittson County? I am an historian writing on the story of field sports in America. Many thanks.

Submitted By: Phyllis FergusonSubmitted: 8/23/2015
I too am disheartened to lean of the decline in membership in the Station. I and my husband Bob were original board members many years ago. My visits to Hallock have been seldom since Bob's passing in 2008 but I always stopped at the station for a meal of just coffee and a visit with the folks there. Of course I had to browse the store and visit with Pat. I do miss the pace of Hallock and the friends there. Please join the Station with your membership and partake of the wonderful food and friends. Phyllis Ferguson Rockport, TX

Submitted By: Janet GodboutSubmitted: 11/6/2015
As a family historian I am interested in purchasing news articles regarding the Humboldt bank robbery that occurred on Sept 15, 1930. I have the names of the robbers and believe at least one of them, possibly two are family of mine. According to the Winnipeg Tribune one of them, I believe the first, was extradited to Minnesota from Manitoba Canada on March 10, 1932. I have found two of them in the 1940 census, serving time in the Minnesota State Prison (Stillwater). Maybe the third one was released before this census. Any and all information is of interest to me. Thank you for any information or suggestions as to how I might access any articles or if they even exist in your archives.

Submitted By: glen mumeySubmitted: 4/13/2016
Phillip Dray With regard to hotel hallock, it is my understanding that the hotel owned by charles hallock was on the west side of town, and operated later as the west hotel. The larger and newer hotel hallock was on main street, where the post office is now. The enterprise archives should be a good source on this, including the anniversary edition book published, in or around 1936.

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