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Robert Lee Erickson, 78, Wadena, warrant: traffic violation. Elijah Hopi Kneeland, 31, Ashland, Wis., warrant: traffic violation. William Richard Lundberg, 44, Sebeka, warrant: contempt of court. Shelsy Violet Meidinger, 21, Sebeka, warrant: probation violation. Leonard James Mousseau, 39, Wadena, warrant: controlled substance crime.
Carlee Dabill Carlee Ann Dabill, girl, was born on April 10 to Jessica Diederich and Doug Dabill of Deer Creek. She weighed 7 lbs., 9 oz. and was 20 inches long. She was delivered by Dr. Shaneen Schmidt at Tri-County Health Care in Wadena. Older brother Raiden Dabill welcomes her home. Breah Snyder
Pheasants Forever Youth Day slated for May 7 The Wadena County Pheasants Forever Youth Day will be held May 7 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Knob Hill Sportsmen's Club. The event is for children ages 18 and under. Participants need a firearm certificate to shoot trap and 22. The day will include trap shoot, 22 shoot and archery shoot. A free meal will be provided. There will also be a drawing to be held for youth in attendance for a gun.
Jeff and Cathy Affield of Kent are happy to announce the engagement and upcoming wedding of their daughter, Stacy Ann Affield of Gwinner, N.D. to Christopher Steven Johnson of Milnor, N.D. Chris is the son of Steve and the late Kathy Johnson of Sebeka. Chris is the grandson of Mayme Mattson of Menahga.
Several area high school students were among the 46 students from Region 5 honored by National Joint Powers Alliance at its 26th annual Student Recognition Banquet on Wednesday, April 12 at Madden's Resort in Brainerd.
The Wadena Police Department signed a complaint on Timothy Charles Jasmer, 45, of Verndale for issuing a worthless check. Jasmer is set to make an appearance in the Wadena County Court at a later date. The Wadena Police Department signed a complaint on David James Loeffler, 32, of Wadena, for the sale of 2nd degree and 3rd degree controlled substances. Loeffler is set to make an appearance in the Wadena County Court at a later date.
The courts roundup on Page B7 of the April 6, 2017 Pioneer Journal mistakenly attributed a domestic assault charge to Tracy Lyn Deal of Wheaton. Deal was not in any way involved in this incident.
April 6 • A caller's concern for his brother's welfare uncovered the fact his phone had been dead the previous evening. • A missing 2 ½-year-old girl turned up in her own home. April 7 • A welfare check was requested on a woman who did not show up for work. The woman's car was at her residence. Police officers knocked on the door and on the windows of the residence multiple times. They could hear a dog barking from inside the residence. The homeowner finally answered the door and said she had been asleep.
Senior health clinics set for May, June A Senior Health Clinic sponsored by Wadena County Public Health will be held the third Wednesday monthly alternating between the Sebeka and Menahga Senior Centers. Clinics will be held May 17 from 8:30-11:30 a.m. at Menahga Senior Center and June 21 Sebeka Senior Center. Clinics at Wadena County Public Health will be held the second Wednesday monthly from 8:30-11:30 a.m. starting May 10.