Pequot Lakes Schools' new athletic center is drawing crowds - and not just of students.
The new gyms and walking track are well used by the community, said school board member and volunteer Curt Johnson.
At its Dec. 3 meeting, minutes show the Manhattan Beach City Council set its 2014 levy at $70,000, the same as 2013.
The levy was reduced by $10,000 in 2013, as the 2012 levy was $80,000.
At the council's Jan.
Around 25 people attended the Pequot Lakes School Board's Hour of Listening on Monday, Feb. 3, with a showing of the seven school board members, around nine staff members and nine members of the public.
Pequot Lakes High School's One Acts team placed third overall for its performance of "The Flying Doctor" at sectional competition.
Pequot Lakes hosted the competition Saturday, Feb. 1, at the school's auditorium, where eight teams competed.
Mary Plein, of Ideal Township, resides at the center of the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway - literally and figuratively.
She's involved in both the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway Association (PBSBA) and the Ideal Community Service Organization (ICSO).
The recent shortage of propane in Minnesota and across the country means the danger of extremely cold temperatures isn't just outdoors.
Gov. Mark Dayton declared a peacetime state of emergency because of high propane prices.
Though it was a bit chilly, there was plenty of soup to warm up with at Crosslake WinterFest and SoupFest Saturday, Feb. 1.
Numerous businesses - restaurants, retail and beyond - competed in SoupFest this year, vying for the golden ladle.
Someone broke into the Hungry Loon restaurant in the Jack Pine Center in Pequot Lakes on Friday night, Jan. 24, or early Saturday morning, Jan. 25, breaking windows, walking around and taking nothing, according to Pequot Lakes Police Sgt. Chad Turcotte.