Murder charge filed in death of former Pierz man

Paul Varner died early Sunday following fight in North Dakota

    A North Dakota man was charged with murder Monday in the death of Paul Varner, originally from Pierz. Full Story

Cardinal boys down C-I in overtime

Victory breaks nine-game losing string to C-I

   Cardinal win over C-I could mean share of Mid State title Full Story

Cardinal boys lose to Grand Rapids

SM to host Crosby-Ironton Friday

   Staples Motley outplayed, outhustled by Class AAA's third ranked Thunderhawks Full Story

Todd County ADA crowns 2010 Dairy Princess

Four girls chosen to represent dairy industry

   Emma Motl from Staples Motley High School one of four Dairy Princesses Full Story

MDA announces $1 million in farmer livestock grants

Area farmers among recipients

   Two Cass County farmers among state Ag Department grant recipients Full Story

Census hiring about 1,000 in N.W. Minnesota

   There are job opportunities as the national Census approaches. Full Story

Friends from the Motley area enjoyed spending the day at the Women’s Health Expo in Staples, sponsored by Lakewood Health System. The event featured lunch, break-out sessions, vendors, door prizes and a keynote speaker. Pictured above, from left, are Gayle Quinn, Janet Greig, Karen Morey, Lydia (Sis) Goodwater, Florence Berndt and Irene Donahue. (Staples World photo by Dawn Timbs) 050p1.jpg
The Acting Company and The Guthrie Theater present their second coproduction and national tour of William Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet” at Central Lakes College, Brainerd March 9. 047p1.jpg
Daryl Larson, auctioneer, donated his services Feb. 20, to help raise money for Rick Hanson
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Kim Gibbs (right), owner of KC
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