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Capitol Chatter: Legislature by the numbers
Wadena County wanted - Dec. 1 edition
Weather changing some after school WDC activities
Wadena County senior companions recognized for service
Police Scanner-Dec. 1 Edition
Bowling scores - Dec. 1 edition
Volkmann earns multiple volleyball honors
Pirates geared up for strong basketball season
Crunch time here for the Vikings
Wolverines hope to shake off problems on court
Diana Lynn Aker
Three new providers have joined Tri-County Health Care
Wadena Insurance opens in downtown Wadena
Tri-County Health Care recognized as CALS hospital
Friendly Rider Ridership increasing as new service added
Wadena restaurant owners open restaurant in Perham
Winter reading program begins Jan. 2
Entertainment briefs - Dec. 1 edition
'Book as Art'
Wadena Christmas Festival is Saturday
Christmas in Wadena show returns this weekend
Christmas Rum Cake
Birth announcements - Dec. 1 edition
Life expectancy for person with advanced dementia hard to predict
Clergy View: What a difference a day can make
Area students win Northern Co-op Foundation scholarships
Your letters - Dec. 1 edition
What's the difference between careless and reckless driving?
Good news in the battle of the bulge
Veterans retired pay can be used in divorce, separation
Veeder: Feeding cows memorable in so many ways
Cougar pair spotted fighting in northern Minnesota
Deer harvest could reach 185,000
Minnesota deer facts
Outdoor briefs - Sept. 15
Memorial Day salute
on Jun 4, 2010 at 5:39 p.m.
VFW member Marvin Veden blows "Taps" at the end of Monday morning's program.
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Wadena Community Band conductor John Lindlief leads his group through a patriotic number.
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Disabled veteran John Crandall Sr. listened to a speaker on Memorial Day. Crandall was hit by mortar fire while serving in Vietnam in 1967.
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Captain Eric Staples of the Minnesota National Guard was the featured speaker.
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M-I rifles fired a salute to military veterans.
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Myrtle Vierkant of the VFW auxiliary salutes after laying a wreath to honor the memories of those who fought in the Korean War. Vierkant's husband served in Korea.
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Monday's fine weather brought out around 200 people for the annual Memorial Day program.
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VFW auxiliary members Sue Rebischke, Arlene Wynn, Barb Neuschwander and Nellie Wegscheid carry flags during the Memorial Day program Monday at the Wadena Cemetery.
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Members of the VFW Honor Guard stand at attention during Monday's program.
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