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10 years ago Excerpts from the Dec. 12, 2003 Pioneer Journal • Officials nab man released from jail A Wisconsin man who was released from the Wadena County jail last month was arrested Saturday in St. Paul. Lamont Stewart, 22, of Beloit, Wis., was arrested after Ramsey County authorities pulled him over, said Mark Naylon, public information officer with Ramsey County. Stewart is accused of sexually assaulting two young girls in Wisconsin. "His charges there (in Wisconsin) weigh more than the charges he has here," Naylon said.
Jack Frost made his presence known last week. In the first storm of the season, Wadena was slammed with an estimated 16 inches of snow, fierce winds and plunging temperatures over five days. The storm began early Monday morning, bringing about 9 inches of snow to the area. A lull Tuesday allowed residents to dig out and prepare for the next big hit, which began late Tuesday night through Wednesday. The second wave brought wind gusts of up to 25 miles per hour and dropped another 7 inches
Wadena-Deer Creek Schools are closed Dec. 5 due to winter weather. Classes will resume two hours late on Friday due to scheduled staff development workshop. To accommodate families, Wadena-Deer Creek...
Congratulations to Leanne Buettner, who correctly identified the mystery photo in the Foto Find contest as the dedicated plaque from 1956 when the addition to St. Ann's school was done...
With Thanksgiving behind us, Christmas looms closer. One of my family traditions is to take my children to a tree farm to pick the perfect Christmas tree. After the right tree is brought home, we start decorating both the tree and the house with Christmas music playing in the background and this recipe for hot chocolate. The cayenne pepper gives it a little zip. Smokin' White Hot Chocolate 4 cups milk, 2 percent 8 ounces white chocolate chips 1 egg, beaten one-fourth teas. cayenne pepper three-fourths teas. cinnamon
10 years ago Excerpts from the Dec. 4, 2003 Pioneer Journal • Pawlenty calls for death penalty The disappearance of Dru Sjodin and other recent kidnappings helped spur Gov. Tim Pawlenty to call for the death penalty in some instances. Pawlenty said he supports the death penalty in cases of sexual assault that end in murder. As a lawmaker, he supported the death penalty when law enforcement officers or children are killed.
10 years ago Excerpts from the Nov. 27, 2003 Pioneer Journal • Two injured in car accident Two people were injured Sunday in rural Verndale when their vehicle hit a snowdrift and skidded into a bridge railing. The accident happened around 4 p.m. Sunday. Five passengers were in the vehicle. Officers smelled alcohol on the driver. The driver could face driving under the influence charges pending results from a blood test. 20 years ago Excerpts from the Nov. 25, 1993 Pioneer Journal • Bear season nets record number
My family goes a little crazy with pies at Thanksgiving. We usually have at least a half-dozen pies, sometimes up to a dozen. This is a favorite that is really easy to make and usually is eaten quickly. Creamy Apple Pie 2 and one-half tablespoons all-purpose flour One-half teaspoon fresh grated nutmeg One-fourth teaspoon salt Three-fourths cup sugar One unbeaten egg One cup sour cream One and one-half teaspoons vanilla Two cups Granny Smith apples (diced and peeled, about 4 apples) 2 unbaked 9-inch pie shells
November marks my favorite time of year when the cooler temperatures roll in, the days get shorter, and the holidays approach.
5 years ago Excerpts from the Nov. 20, 2008 Pioneer Journal • Which violation to cite him for? On Nov. 16, a Verndale police officer stopped a man for loud exhaust, a broken tail light, cracked windshield and no side mirror. During the stop the officer noticed a clear bag filled with fresh meat in the vehicle. The driver said it was venison. The bag had no name, license number or date on it. Also in the vehicle was a compound bow and arrows.