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Ernest John Brown Jr., 73, Staples, DWI, local confinement (90 days, stayed 88 days for two years, credit for time served, two days), adult probation (two years), fees $450. Gloria Kathryn Perfetti, 62, Staples, DWI, local confinement (365 days, stayed 335 days for six years, credit for time served, two days), adult community service work, home monitor, adult probation (six years), fees $900. Faustine Effie Draper, 36, Wadena, disorderly conduct, theft, local confinement (90 days, stayed 75 days for one year, credit for time served, five days), adult probation (one year), adult community ser
Monday 5 O' Clock Socials League Standings Larry's Family Pizza - 11 1/2 - 4 1/2 Thrifty White Drug - 11 - 5 Butterfly Soft Touch - 8 - 8 Verne's Auto Electric - 7 1/2 - 8 1/2 Ben Franklin Crafts - 6 - 10 Pine Breeze Farms - 4 - 12 High Team Series: Larry's Family Pizza - 1685 High Team Game: Larry's Family Pizza - 626 High Individual Series: Marge Harrison - 538 Pat Kisacky - 504 Judy Tiede - 488 High Individual Games: Marge Harrison - 208 Pat Kisacky - 194 Judy Tiede - 171 Rita Price - 166 Pam Canning - 164 Rocky Reese - 162 Thursday City League standings J & K Trophy Ho
Mit-Ti-Quab Archery League Week 2 Team points Prairie Archery 14.0 Kerns Electronics and Lasers 12.0 Super One 9.0 Jefferson Hearing Aid Center 9.0 Bullseye Bar & Grill 6.0 J C L Minerals 3.0 Weber's Wadena Hardware 3.0 Total team running handicap points Prairie Archery 2187 Kerns Electronics & Lasers 2165 Jefferson Hearing Aid Center 2150 Super One 2149 Bullseye Bar & Grill 2116 J C L Minerals 2091 Weber's Wa
When we found out the boys were coming, we advised family and friends to buy stock in Pampers. Our hot stock tip did not disappoint and we made people a lot of money and kept diaper production plants running full throttle. I've changed a lot of diapers over my lifetime. My husband has probably changed more. At one point, we had four kids in diapers. Thankfully two of them were only at night and we had a dependable garbage man, who was tipped well. I've come up with a few tricks and tips to help you save money (and time!) on diapers.
Question: Is there still such a thing as a farm license? I remember some of my friends having one, but that was a long time ago and they basically used it to drive all the time. Answer: Yes, there is still a restricted farm work license in Minnesota. The statute is M.S.S. 171.041. Young persons are eligible for this at age 15 in Minnesota, although other states might have different age restrictions. The license can be used solely to assist parents or guardians with farm work only during daylight hours and within 20 miles of the farmhouse.
One of the most difficult tasks for a human to do is to take on the divine characteristic of forgiveness. As we journey through this life, there are people - either individuals or groups - who do us wrong. Everyone gets hurt or gets treated unfairly or gets offended, and our human reaction is to extract a price for our pain from those that tread on us. But as a part of the Christian's transformation in developing Christ-like character, God tells His children to extend His grace to friends and enemies alike.
Awana Commander Dayle Reinke picked up a serious case of "sticker measles" at Wadena Alliance Church on Feb. 6. Students were awarded one sticker for each bible verse they memorized, and at the end of the evening "measled" their leader with the dots. The Awana program hosts about 50 students in preschool through grade 6, is open to any and all denominations and is fully staffed with a group of supporting church member adults. For more information about how your child can join the free club, call the church at 218-631-3563. Photo by Stacy Grieme
Sean Allen Briggs, 41, Fargo, warrant: contempt of court. Jared Ray Halonen, 23, Wadena, warrant: terroristic threats. Jacob Donald Nelson, 22, Wadena, warrant: traffic. Kailene Villebrun Bevins, 22, White Earth, warrant: theft.
Shad Mitchell Olson, 23, Wadena, operating vehicle with expired registration, fees $120. Antonio Eugene St. Marie, 23, Wadena, driving after revocation, fees $290. Joshua Howard Bungert, 27, Menahga, (two counts) driving after revocation, stay of adjudication, adult probation (one year), fees $50. Allen Leon Burrows-Echols, 20, Bertha, seat belt, no proof of insurance, driving after revocation, fees $805. Lucas Sea Mitchell, 23, Callaway, expired registration, fees $120. Laurie Lea Schultz, 38, St. Cloud, proof of insurance, fees $290.
Jared Ray Holonen, 23, Menahga, 39/30, fees $130. Chaz Anthony Dodd, 24, Detroit Lakes, 75/65, fees $130. Larry Allan Leider, 56, Zimmerman, Minn., 75/65, fees $130.