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Former PRHS student is retired teacher in Australia

April 10, 2016 by Martin Horrigan (Register to contact)

Gday. Martin Horrigan [class of 64] I had to move to Minneapolis for my senior year... very sad to not have graduated in PR. I completed teaching degree at U of M in 69, Taught in Orange City Ia 69-70, then to Univ. South Dakota 70-72 completed M. A. in Theatre. While in SD did 3 seasons at Black Hills Playhouse, Custer State Park. In 72 moved to Australia to teach in Victorian Education Dept. Returned to USA to Vegas in 83 and did relieve teaching. Returned to Australia 84, Now Dual Citizen in Warrnambool Vic. and Retired.

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Medora Christmas Show in Park Rapids  Minnesota Monthly

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Celebrate Christmas with the Good Lovelies  Detroit Lakes Online

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Candidates file for county board, sheriff, SWCD  Park Rapids Enterprise

De La Hunt is a 1985 Park Rapids Area High School graduate. He is currently an owner in De La Hunt Broadcasting. He has been a Henrietta Township ...



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Community band's spring concert is May 13  Park Rapids Enterprise

The Park Rapids Area Community Band, under the direction of Dr. Russell Pesola, will present its spring concert at 3 p.m. Sunday, May 12 in the Park Rapids ...



Minnesota's largest rodeo event marks 40th anniversary  Park Rapids Enterprise

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Menahga, Park Rapids students present joint musical  Detroit Lakes Online

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Operation Round Up awards $45000 to local programs  Park Rapids Enterprise

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Park Rapids adopts an Ojibwe Language Project  Bemidji Pioneer

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Ojibwe Language Project offering bilingual signage  Park Rapids Enterprise

Signs in Ojibwe and English are now available to area businesses. The Ojibwe Language Project grew out of a three-year partnership between the League of ...



Threats at Park Rapids High School prompt lockdown  Valley News Live

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High school pilot program trains future First Responders  Park Rapids Enterprise

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Aukes announces re-election bid  Bemidji Pioneer

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One-act play competition this Saturday  Park Rapids Enterprise

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Park Rapids High School choir earns awards  Park Rapids Enterprise

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Vacationing in Alexandria  Minnesota Monthly

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Lynx, season opener, open letter  Minnesota Monthly

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My MN Memory: Emily Larson  Minnesota Monthly

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