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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer Brian Guidan, the engineer with Bolton and Menk Inc. working with the city of Motley on the new water treatment plant, told the Council the contractor, DiMar Construction Inc., has made significant progress in completing the building. DiMar installed the precast concrete roof members, placed the concrete for all the interior […]

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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer The Motley City Council passed several resolutions Wednesday on various assessments to both residents and businesses in the city. Concerning the road and utility work on Eledredge Street West from Highway 10 to Third Avenue, the resolution named properties owned by the Ingebritsons, Bickfords, Eisels and St. John’s Lutheran Church. The […]

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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer The Swanville Lions stepped up to the plate to help a former resident and son of one of their members. Brian Cornell, who had a swimming accident nearly 20 years ago and is now paralyzed from the chest down, received $10,000 from the club to use toward the purchase of a new […]

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Bob and Rosie Harmsen’s favorite European country remains Germany   By Tina Snell, Staff Writer   Germany’s Oktoberfest welcomed two people from Morrison County this year. Bob and Rosie Harmsen, Lincoln, made the trip to Munich, Germany, and other German towns, to help celebrate the traditional festival with about six million others. The festival, or funfair, […]

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Jerrid and Angie Sandstrom excited about their new venture By Tina Snell, Staff Writer The Castaway Supper Club on the north side of Lake Alexander has changed hands. Mike and Jan Roach turned over the keys to Jerrid and Angie Sandstrom Oct. 31. The Sandstroms said they love The Castaway, its atmosphere, its location on the […]

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Due to the cold and snowy, slippery conditions, instead of standing in the middle of Bank Square in Little Falls, members of the Little Falls VFW and American Legion stood close to the American Legion at 11:11 a.m., Nov. 11, Veterans Day, to shoot a volley and play “Taps,” commemorating the end of World War […]

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Charities and schools will again rally the state’s collective philanthropic spirit Thursday, Nov. 13, for the fifth annual Give to the Max Day 2014 through GiveMN.org. With an emphasis on mobile giving and a new incentive structure, organizers are helping donors make their contributions go further during the 24-hour giving marathon. “Give to the Max […]

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Because of safety concerns related to winter travel, the St. Cloud Metropolitan Veterans Council has cancelled the Veterans Day program scheduled for November 11, at 1:30 p.m., at the St. Cloud VA Auditorium. Everyone is encouraged to honor the service of Veterans, and a variety of alternative ways to celebrate Veterans Day are listed on […]

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