Little Falls

By Jim Wright, Correspondent “We look out for each other.” That’s the message of the Neighborhood Watch program that was introduced to a gathering of about 45 Little Falls residents Oct. 23, at the Little Falls Community High School. But the nationwide program, started in 1972, is not about groups of citizens patrolling their neighborhoods, taking […]

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By Eric Beuning, Correspondent Susan “Susy” Prosapio organized a meeting to introduce the community to her vision for a local food co-op based in the Little Falls area. “About five or six months ago I started thinking about the idea of a Little Falls have a food co-op that could feature local foods,” Prosapio said Tuesday, […]

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Historic season ends with 6-4 record after 35-21 loss to DL By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor tyler.ohmann@mcrecord.com Little Falls gave Detroit Lakes a scare in the Section 8AAAA semifinals, Oct. 25. The Flyers hung with the state’s No. 7 ranked team through three quarters. The teams were tied at 14 until the Lakers broke the […]

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Little Falls knocks out Holdingford in quarterfinals; Pierz also falls in quarterfinals to Osakis By Tyler ohmann Sports Editor tyler.ohmann@mcrecord.com It took five sets, but the Little Falls Flyers were the only area volleyball team to make it to the 6AA Sub-Section semifinals with a victory over Holdingford, Oct. 23. The fourth-seeded Flyers eliminated the […]

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Moore, Carlson advance as individuals, both Holdingford boys and girls win section, advance By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor tyler.ohmann@mcrecord.com Little Falls sophomore Tyler Moore neared his season-best with a 16:21.20 runner-up finish in the Section 8AA Meet, Oct. 23 in Alexandria. The sophomore was the lone Flyer, boys or girls, to advance to the state […]

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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer Forty years ago in May, a freight train traveling east across the Mississippi River on the trestle bridge collapsed, dropping several cars into the water. It was about 7:10 p.m., May 10, 1974, a Friday night, when the trestle collapsed. According to the Little Falls Daily Transcript, the east half of […]

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In a tumultuous night for the six are volleyball teams, only Little Falls remains standing in its respective section playoff. That’s because the Flyers edged area foe Holdingford 3-2 last night, and one of them had to win and survive. Along with the Huskers, Pierz, Royalton, Upsala and Swanville all were handed defeats last evening. […]

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Klever, Langerud and Mokhtary have strong individual days for their teams By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor tyler.ohmann@mcrecord.com Despite three first place finishes involving Makyla Klever, the Little Falls swimming and diving team dropped a dual 106-75 to Sauk Rapids Rice, Oct. 21. Klever, a senior, won both the 50 and 100 freestyle races. In the […]

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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer TSP Architects, in business since 1930, was chosen from 12 architectural firms to create a facilities analysis of Little Falls district buildings and sites. This would include everything up to a referendum and the construction. With the newest building within the district 42 years old, and many of the buildings’ windows, […]

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