Aug. 10 • Two calls were received by dispatch between midnight and 1 a.m. of suspicious activity in Wadena. The first involved a skid steer being loaded or unloaded. The man loading the machine was the fiance of a woman who had rented it at 5 p.m. the previous evening. The second call involved two people who were around the base of the tower in Tapley Park. The people observed were working on getting the tower up and running. Aug. 11
Not enough people showed up for primary After this primary, I agree with Democrats: This district is safely Democratic for Congress.
Emmet Callahan Emmet Eugene Callahan, boy, was born on July 16 to Stacey and Matthew Callahan of Verndale. He weighed 6 lbs., 9 oz. and was 19 1/2 inches long. He was delivered by Dr. Heidi Olson at Tri-County Health Care in Wadena. Grandparents are Mark and Joni Callahan and Keith and Linda Sellner. Harrison Meyer
TRANSFERS United Community Bank hereby conveys to Matthew J. Wedde, the E 25' of the N 100' of Lot 1, Block 7 in Original Townsite of Wadena; AND the N 100' of the W 25' of Lot 1 and the N 100' of the E 5' of Lot 2, Block 7, in the Town of Wadena, together with a perpetual right of way across the N 10' of the S 50' of Lot 1 and the N 10' of the S 50' of the E 5' of Lot 2, Block 7 in the Town of Wadena; exclusive but subject to use of F.M. Brown Company, agents, servants or assigns.
Amanda Perkins, Deer Creek, graduated from Northwest Technical College in Bemidji at the conclusion of the Spring 2016 semester. Perkins earned an associate of science in Child Care and Education and an associate of science in Young Child Education.
For some parts of the state, it's already here and has been since before the last recession. For other areas, the full effect is yet to come, but it's expected, according to the Minnesota State Demographic Center. It's the coming workforce squeeze. It's a demographic phenomenon planners have been warning about for years, and now it's here. By 2035, Minnesota's 65-plus population is expected to grow by 93 percent, or 784,000 seniors, while losing 5 percent of its workforce-age population, or 170,000 people ages 15-64 as Baby Boomers pass the 65-year mark.
Speeding Orville Andrew Damann, 79, Sebeka, 65/55, fees $130. Douglas Joel Franzen, 66, Pensacola, Fla., 72/55, fees $150. Benjamin Hugo Hendrickson, 30, Menahga, 43/30, fees $140. Luke David Hendrickson, 34, Park Rapids, 65/55, fees $130. Anthony John Hernandez, 37, Dent, 79/65, fees $140. Rachel Ruth Huber, 18, Cushing, 75/65, fees $130. Timothy James Kedrowski, 62, Brainerd, 54/40, fees $140. Angela Robin Leslie, 45, Glyndon, 74/65, fees $130. Karrie Sue Meyer, 32, Audubon, 40/30, fees $130.
Maxine Helen Nicol, 69, Mahnomen, warrant: contempt of court. Lawrence David Murray, 33, Bagley, warrant: drug possession. Rebecca Ann Poppinga, 34, Verndale, warrant: burglary. David Michael Windmeier, 37, Menahga, warrant: theft.
Aug. 4 • The Wadena Sheriff's office received a complaint that a rural residence and its owner had allegedly been sprayed with a crop chemical. Aug. 5 • Intoxication allegedly led to a female harassing her ex and his significant other at a residence in Wadena. She was advised to leave and not return or she would be charged with trespassing. • A renter who was not allowed access to her residence by her landlord had to be told it was a civil matter.
Aug. 12 • Jessica Raelyn Polan, 27, of Wadena, was stopped and issued a citation for illegal use of license plates on her vehicle and no insurance. Aug. 13 • Robert Jerome Kempenich Jr., 32, of Wadena was stopped for speeding and found to be under the influence of alcohol. Kempenich was brought to the Wadena County Jail where he tested over the legal limit for driving. Kempenich was released from the jail when sober and is pending charges of 3rd Degree DWI.