Archive | August 17, 2012
New employee to take the place of retiring Dr. Maxine Strege By Tina Snell, Staff Writer Larry Edgerton has been hired to take the place of retiring Dr. Maxine Strege in the Little Falls School District. He is taking the principalship of two elementary schools (Lincoln and Dr. S.G. Knight) in str...Read More
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Holdingford boys aim for top spot in CMC By PATRICK SLACK Sports Editor [email protected] The Holdingford girls cross country team entered last fall as virtual unknowns heading into its second season after the program was reformed. That won’t be the case this season, a year removed from a...Read More
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Council interviews two retired city administrators to help evaluate city’s policies, staffing needs and to find its own city administrator By Terry Lehrke, News Editor The Little Falls City Council may hire an interim city administrator Monday. The Council has, over the last couple of years, di...Read More
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Aug. 11 — A resident on 50th Avenue in Upsala reported a vehicle had been used it to damage property. Aug. 11 — A business on 345th Avenue in Foley reported a theft. Aug. 11 — An establishment on 320th Street in Cushing reported a $30 gas drive-off. Aug. 13 — Six to eight batteries [...]...Read More
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Aug. 10 — Graffiti was spray painted on the McDonald’s building. Aug. 10 — A tree in Le Bourget Park was damaged. Aug. 10 — A stall door in a restroom at in Maple Island Park was damaged. Aug. 10 — A resident on Broadway East reported their property had been damaged. Aug. 10 — [...]...Read More
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Morrison County Attorney Brian Middendorf and his staff have filed a gross misdemeanor complaint against the following person: • Daniel Stephen Cluever, 39, Little Falls — In connection with an Aug. 5 incident, Cluever has been charged with one count of driving after cancellation – inimica...Read More
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Paul Isaac Johnson, 32, Brainerd, was charged in the Morrison County District Court with one felony count of fifth degree possession of drugs. On Aug. 12, a report of a person acting strangely at the Randall Victory Gas Station was received by the Morrison County Sheriff’s Office. The caller said ...Read More
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Morrison County Sheriff Michel Wetzel reports that arrest warrants were issued for the following people. Those with information as to the whereabouts of anyone on the list, is asked to contact the Morrison County Sheriff’s Office at (320) 632-9233 or toll-free at 1 (866) 401-1111, ext. 180. The da...Read More
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Ruby’s Pantry will deliver a semi-load of potatoes to the Bethany Lutheran Church in Ramey, Tuesday. From 3 p.m. – 6 p.m. people can come and get as many potatoes as they’d like. Those who want the potatoes are asked to bring their own boxes or containers for the potatoes. “They’re fre...Read More
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The following people, charged with a misdemeanor level crime in Morrison County District Court, have recently been sentenced: Misdemeanors • Douglas James Hale, 40, Little Falls; (offense: 9/1/11) theft of leased or rented personal property, fined $737.78, sentenced to probation for one year. • ...Read More
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By PATRICK SLACK Sports Editor [email protected] With only one graduate from last year’s squad, the Holdingford girls swimming and diving team returns a much more experienced roster than a year ago as the program continues to grow. Additionally, the Huskers will join the West Central Conf...Read More
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To the Editor: Once again, it’s election time and all the political rhetoric will start. When the candidates start focusing more on how they can tear each other apart, versus the issues, I get a little agitated. During these times, all I see is someone who is cunning and divisive. All said and don...Read More
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