A support group for people with Celiac Disease will meet Oct. 8, beginning at 6 p.m. at Wadena Alliance Church. The church is located at 1428 S. Jefferson Street. The informational meeting is being held to help people with celiac disease learn more about the disease: what to eat, how to cook and bake using gluten-free flours and ingredients. Informational materials will be available along with many gluten-free recipes. Each meeting begins with a pot luck supper. Along with your gluten-free dish to share, please bring about eight copies of the recipe to share with the group.
Traffic Court Thomas Lee Allen Bricker, 37, Wadena, driving after revocation, fees $290. David Allen Eitel, 67, Sebeka, vehicle lighting violation, failure to yield right of way, fees $230. Craig Larry Lehner, 39, Verndale, texting while driving, fees $140. David Allen Olson, 49, Menahga, failure to stop at sign, fees $140. Jennifer Leigh Peterson, 26, Bloomington, 51/35, adult probation (one year), fees $100. Hunter Micha Pederson-Roberts, 19, Menahga, careless driving, fees $190.
Tri-County Health Care's monthly Parents Who Have Lost a Child Support Group, which helps area residents affected by the loss of a child, will meet on Monday, Oct. 8, at 5:30 p.m. at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Wadena. Whether the child was lost to miscarriage, stillbirth, cancer, suicide or an accident, the purpose of this group is to provide long-term support to parents and a confidential setting where they can share their story and learn ways to cope. Many find it comforting to talk with others who have suffered a similar loss.
United Way of Otter Tail and Wadena Counties is excited to announce the addition of new board member, JoAnn Thompson. Thompson is Ottertail Power Company Vice President of Asset Management Power, Management of Special Projects and Metering and Construction Services, including CAD and GIS as well as Facilities and Construction/Building Services.
St. Frederick's Catholic church in Verndale will hold their annual fall breakfast, bake and produce sale and raffle 8 a.m. to noon Sunday, Oct. 7. They will be serving pancakes, French toast, ham, scrambled eggs, juice, milk and coffee in the Verndale Lions Civic Center. Freewill offerings will be accepted. The raffle drawing will be at noon, you do not need to be present to win. Everyone is welcome to attend.
Allan L. Beyer and Susan A. Beyer, as Trustees of the Allan L. Beyer and Susan A. Beyer Revocable Trust Agreement, hereby conveys to Gerald Edwin Sundby, SW1/4 SE1/4 and SE1/4 SE1/4 of Section 36, Twp. 136, Rg. 34. Gerald Edwin Sundby and Cynthia Sundby, h&w, hereby conveys to Norman Boll, SW1/4 SE1/4 and SE1/4 SE1/4 of Section 36, Twp. 136, Rg. 34. Kevin S. Folkestad and Tricia Folkestad, h&w, hereby conveys to Joseph F. Sworski and Danielle K. Sworski, as tenants in common, the N 168' of Lot 25 in Block 3 in Enlarged Pleasant View Addition to Wadena. Janice M.
Sept. 17 • Jeremy Michael Chandler, 31, of Bluffton, stopped and issued a citation for no proof of insurance. • Wayne Edwin Lee Berndt, 38, of Fargo, was arrested on a Wadena County warrant, 5th degree possession of a controlled substance, possessing a hypodermic needle, providing a false name, obstructing legal process and fleeing on foot. Berndt was transported to the Wadena County Jail. Sept. 18
Jeremy Allen Arthur, 37, Glenwood, warrant: contempt of court. Cornelius Traves Buckingham, aka Traves Trey King, 22, Minneapolis, warrant: contempt of court. Braeden James Jaeger, 23, Alexandria, warrant: contempt of court. Adam Paul Koons, 42, Sebeka, warrant: contempt of court. Trevor Jon Krinkie, 27, Wadena, warrant: controlled substance crime. Justin Joseph Zimmerman, 33, Rice, warrant: contempt of court.
Take in the smells, sounds and colors of fall in a one-hour hike with the naturalist at Glendalough State Park, Saturday, Sept. 29 beginning at 10 a.m. The days are getting shorter, the birds are heading south and children have gone back to school. Take a short nature hike around the park trails and find other signs of nature's preparation for winter. Dress for the weather and meet at the Glendalough Trail Center. The program is free and no registration is required. A state park permit is required on each vehicle entering the park and can be purchased at the park entrance.
Tri-County Health Care launched eClinic, a new virtual health care service, on Wednesday, Sept. 19. It is an online diagnosis and treatment service that provides area residents ages two to 65 convenient access to health care by connecting them virtually with trusted providers.