Archive | January 3, 2014

NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that default has occurred in the conditions of a mortgage dated November 23, 2011, executed by Richard Lakeman and Cynthia Lakeman, as mortgagor(s) to U.S. Bank National Association ND as mortgagee in the original principal amount of One Hundred Seventeen Thousand Six Hundred ($117,600.00) Dollars, recorded […]

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by T.W. Budig ECM Capitol Reporter One proposed bonding project under fire is the Senate office building. A provision for the project was contained in last year’s tax bill, exactly where it should not have been, argued former St. Cloud lawmaker Jim Knoblach, who has filed suit, claiming the language is unconstitutional. Senate DFL leaders […]

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To the Editor: How might we impact our community if we pledged to treat each person each day with dignity, kindness and respect? Please set aside the evening of Monday, Jan. 20, to hear V.J. Smith, author of best-selling book, “The Richest Man in Town,” describe how Marty, an unforgettable cashier at a local Walmart […]

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A new year is upon us and it’s time to get out the trusty crystal ball. The visions in the ball are crystal clear, but are still hard to read through the duct tape and Elmer’s glue that hold everything together. Nonetheless, here are a dozen things to expect in 2014: 1. On the local […]

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Looking back over 2013, I think Minnesota parents, policymakers, taxpayers and educators sent each other three major, memorable messages about public schools. Column readers sent me more than 1,000 comments in 2013. Your messages helped me reach these conclusions: • We’re willing to put more money into education, especially if it appears that additional funds […]

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With the calendar turning over to a new year, it presents all of us with the opportunity to set new goals, to re-make ourselves, our families and our communities into something better. It is our habit to set priorities for Morrison County to help establish a focus for the coming year. What should be the […]

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Dec. 25 — A resident on First Street Northeast reported a theft. Dec. 25 — A business on Second Avenue Northeast reported a theft. Dec. 25 — A business on Second Avenue Northeast reported a shoplifter. Dec. 29 — A resident on Fifth Street Northeast reported a burglary. Someone had broken the lock on the […]

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Morrison County Attorney Brian Middendorf and his staff have filed gross misdemeanor complaints against the following people: • Brandon Deshaun Ingram, 21, St. Cloud — In connection with a Dec. 21, 2013, incident, Ingram has been charged with one count of domestic assault and one count of obstructing legal process with force. • Troy Maris […]

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The following people, charged with a gross misdemeanor or misdemeanor level crime in Morrison County District Court, have recently been sentenced: Gross Misdemeanor • Darleen Kim Hall, Little Falls: (offense 6/1/13), dismissed against Hall were two gross misdemeanors counts of criminal vehicular operation. Hall was convicted of one misdemeanor count of DWI, fined $565, sentenced […]

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