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Cameron third Hallock vet to attend Honor Flight

By Anna Jauhola Bob Cameron couldn’t believe the well-planned accommodations for his Honor Flight to Washington, D.C., earlier this month. “We were well taken care of,” he said. “We had four beautiful buses, the police escorted us. It was professionally planned.” The 84-year-old veteran served during the Korean Conflict and Cold War, and is the…

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Kittson County native flew missions during 2018’s Hurricane Florence

Above, SHAD ROMANS poses in front of Air Force One in North Carolina while he was helping out during Hurricane Florence, though he did not see the president. Below is a group of people Romans helped rescue and transport from a flooded neighborhood. (Photos courtesy of Shad Romans) By Anna Jauhola Shad Romans enjoys being able…

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Tip leads to more searching for Becky Jo Look

Volunteers slowly made their way through a clearing in dense woodland Saturday searching  for clues in the Becky Jo Look case.        (Enterprise Photo by Anna Jauhola) By Anna Jauhola Volunteers gathered at a rural Halma property Saturday to search a wooded area after the Kittson County Sheriff’s Department received a tip last week regarding the…

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Kittson named a Purple Heart County

Kittson County commissioners pose for a photo with Purple Heart veterans to officially designate the county as a Purple Heart county. Back, l-r, Joe Bouvette and Corey Wikstrom; Middle, Leon Olson, Betty Younggren and Theresia Gillie; Front, are veterans Randy Krantz, Doug Thompson and Everett Englund.                                  …

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Joe Bouvette: Concluding 32 Years on Kittson County Board

By Linda Andersen      In January of 1987, Joe Bouvette began his work as a county commissioner, representing District 3 of Kittson County, which covers the city of Hallock. Having chosen not to run for reelection, he will conclude 32 years of service in December of 2018.      Asked what motivated him to initially seek the position,…

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Late August wind storm leaves damage in Humboldt

A large tree was uprooted in Danny Thorlacius’s yard in Humboldt during a severe wind storm the last week in August.                            (Enterprise Photo by Anna Jauhola) By Anna Jauhola      HUMBOLDT – The people of Humboldt are still cleaning up damage caused by a wind storm during the last week of August. Several large trees were…

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Nine hunters work to thin county’s elk popluation

Lydell Anderson, left, poses for a photo with Jodie Provost, of Aitkin, Minn., and her 6×6 bull elk she shot on his land Sunday morning. Provost was one of nine hunters in Kittson County this week hunting elk.                                              (Photo courtesy of Heather Anderson) By Anna Jauhola      CARIBOU – Jodie Provost’s elk fell with one…

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Lancaster Port of Entry hours to change Sunday, Sept. 16

U.S. Customs and Border Protection will implement the winter seasonal schedule at the Lancaster Port of Entry effective Sunday, Sept. 16. The winter hours will be 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., beginning Sept. 16. Travelers wishing to cross into the U.S. when the port is closed may use the Pembina, North Dakota, Port of Entry,…

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A Celebrity Among Us

  Mountain Man Tim Geraudy enjoyed his time in Hallock for the All School Reunion. By Linda Andersen       A celebrity joined the festivities of the all school reunion in Hallock this past July. Tim Geraudy, better known as Mountain Man, paid a visit to his old home territory after having left more than fifty years…

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