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At their Feb. 22 regular meeting, the Wadena County Board of Commissioners heard a report from County Engineer Ryan Odden about the bidding process for Wadena County Fairground site improvement. Odden said 18 companies submitted bids for the project, which includes excavation work, removal of pavement, placement of gravel, curb and gutter, concrete work and installation of water service. The county board voted to award the contract to Pratt's Affordable Excavating of Merrifield, Minn. "It was great to get so much participation and interest from contractors in this project, Odden said.
When you exercise, you can think more clearly, perform better and feel better, and there is hard science to support this. In fact, research shows that as your body moves, your nervous system releases chemicals such as serotonin and dopamine, which make you feel calm, happy and euphoric. More recently, scientists have found that exercise can even help create new brain cells. Believe it or not, your brain has about 100 billion nerve cells, called neurons, which essentially tell your body what to do. At one time it was thought neurons died off as a person aged and new ones couldn't be made.
New H&R Block owner Kyle Dykhoff was congratulated and presented with his First Dollar Award from the Wadena Chamber of Commerce Ambassador Committee on Feb. 19. H&R Block is located at 626 Ash Ave. NE, and the phone number is 218-631-2250. Pictured are Arleen Paulson, owner Kyle Dykhoff and Shirley Uselman.
Benjamin Stanly Sneeden, 19, Wadena, proof of insurance. Randy Lee Chock, 43, Verndale, proof of insurance. Timmie Ray Sullivan, 52, Sebeka, (two counts), domestic assault.
Feb. 18 A Sebeka man reported his son was assaulted at a liquor store. A county deputy said he actually fell and hit his head. The injured man declined transportation to the hospital. A Wadena man reported underage people next door were allegedly smoking meth and drinking. A woman alleged her sister removed $8,000 from a safe without permission. Feb. 19 A caller said he received a phone call from a woman who accused him of taking away her mother, who apparently passed away a couple of days earlier. The caller said the woman sounded intoxicated. Feb.
Agstar Financial Services, FLCA, a corporation, hereby conveys to Darin R. Roberts and Jessica M. Roberts, h&w, as jt ten, the N 952' of the E1/2 NW1/4, except the E 93' thereof, and the N 952' of the E1/2 W1/2 NW1/4, all in Section 32, Twp. 134, R35. Michael R. Kosel, single person, and Jeffrey P. Kosel, single person, hereby convey to Michael J. Schultz and Kim J. Schultz, John K. Bergerson and Lisa J. Bergerson and Kenneth N. Hayes and Linda M. Hayes, the SW1/4 SW1/4 and the S1/2 NW1/4 SW1/4 of Section 25, Twp. 137, R34, and the SE1/4 of Section 26, Twp.
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Linn and Germaine Smith of Bertha, and Deno and Melissa Orsello of Wadena would like to announce the upcoming wedding of their children, Tiffany Smith and Joseph Orsello. Tiffany is a 2007 graduate of Bertha-Hewitt and is currently pursuing an RN degree. Tiffany is employed at Tri-County Hospital and Fair Oaks Lodge, both in Wadena. Joseph is a 2006 graduate of Wadena-Deer Creek, and is employed at Noffsinger in Menahga. A May 4, 2013 wedding is being planned. The ceremony will be held in the Orsello family backyard, with a reception following at the Wadena Elks Lodge.
Baby companies are geniuses when it comes to marketing. They want you to believe that babies need a million different things, which will set you back roughly that much cash! When our girls were born, we somewhat fell into this trap, and later found out how little babies actually need and how you can improvise or borrow what you need. Hand-me-downs are amazing. Our kids use and wear them all the time, and we are complemented a lot on how cute they are dressed. Car seats are the one thing you shouldn't skimp on.
Question: How fast can I drive before getting stopped? Is there a tolerance? Answer: The short answer is no. The reality is that there is no set allowance for speed by officers except the speed limit or to the conditions. I have been asked that question more than most other questions. Simply, State Patrol policy does not allow for any speeds in excess of the posted limit. Officers have to go by their departmental policy, the totality of circumstances and all other conditions (road, weather, lighting and traffic) and common sense.