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The new Raven Food Ministry at Northwoods Assembly of God Church in Perham has been handing out an estimated $3,000 worth of food every week to families in need. The ministry is just six weeks old and serves an av-erage of 75 people a week. "It went so much bigger and faster than anticipated," Northwoods minister Dirk Currier said in an interview. The mission of Raven Food Ministry isn't to replace the efforts of the Perham Food Shelf, but rather to assist the food shelf by offering perishable items like produce and bread every Tuesday evening. On Monday afternoons, community volunteers ta
At 65-pounds and a mop of hair, 7-year-old Clancy sleeps at the end of his master's bed every night. "He smells really well but doesn't see very well because he has so much hair that goes right over his eyes," laughed Agnes Larson, the woman who has been Clancy's whole world since he was an 11-week-old puppy. The soft-coated wheaten terrier has always been less of a terror and more of a shaggy-dog lover. "He's a big push over, a baby," said Larson, who has admittedly spoils him.
Bruce Sederberg had caught enough big lake trout that he knew he had something special on his line that January afternoon. He had caught 15- to 20-pounders on Ontario's White Otter Lake before. But after playing this one for about 20 minutes, he thought it might be different. "The longer and longer it went, I kept saying, 'My word, what do I have?' " said the Duluth angler. What he had was the catch-and-release ice-fishing world-record lake trout, a 46-incher that likely weighed more than 40 pounds. Sederberg received word Feb.
One dog was killed and two others injured early Sunday when a Northland musher's sled dog team collided with a truck at a road crossing while competing in a race in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. The musher, Frank Moe of Hovland, was not injured in the crash that took place during the annual U.P.
Mit-Ti-Quab Archery League Week 1 Team Points Prairie Archery 7.0 Kerns Electronics & Lazers 6.0 Jefferson Hearing aid Center 5.0 Super One 4.0 Bullseye Bar & Grill 3.0 Webers Wadena Hardware 2.0 J C L Minerals 1.0 Total Team Running Handicap Points Prairie Archery 1108 Kerns Electronics & Lazers 1090 Jefferson Hearing Aid Center 1081 Super One 1077 Bullseye Bar & Grill 1066 Webers Wadena Hardware 1048
Boys' Hockey Wadena-Deer Creek 4, Prairie Centre 3 Goals Bridger Pettit 2, Shane Motschenbacher, Christian Berg Assists Christian Berg 2, Dylan Phillips Saves Wesley Janson 28 Next: Section 6A Quarterfinals, WDC (7) vs. St. Cloud Apollo (2) at St. Cloud MAC, 7 p.m., Tuesday Wrestling Section 6A Team Tournament Barnesville 44, Bertha-Hewitt/Verndale 24 106 Brady Tweeton (B) dec Anthony Kern (BHV) 8-2 113 Zac Anderson (B) maj. dec. Zach Waln (BHV) 10-2 120 Stuart Brandt (B) dec.
Boys' Basketball Verndale 40, Eagle Valley 34 Josh Gilb 13 points Girls' Basketball Verndale 67, Pillager 34 Teresa Moenkedick 26 points Jordyn Glenz 11 points Elyssa Kern 10 points
Feb. 5 - Erika and Andy Moore, Wadena, boy, Dominick Lee Moore, 8 pounds, 9.5 ounces and 19 inches long, Tri-County Health Care in Wadena. Dominick was delivered by Dr. Bobbi Adams.
Feb. 5 - Alisha Evans and Gage Barnes, Wadena, boy, David James Barnes, 6 pounds, 7 ounces and 19 inches long, Tri-County Health Care in Wadena. David was delivered by Dr. Heidi Olson.
Feb. 6 - Heidi and Brice Gray, Deer Creek, boy, Jaxon Eli Gray, 7 pounds, 4 ounces and 20.5 inches long, Tri-County Health Care in Wadena. Jaxon was delivered by Dr. Nicole Strand.