Joshua Clarry Landin, 24, Wadena, warrant: disorderly conduct. Randy Travis Villanueva, 27, St. Cloud, warrant: contempt of court. Stewart Edward Weekley, 49, Staples, warrant: drug possession. Riley Marie Martodam, 29, Rickfield, warrant: traffic violation.
First Amendment gives right to speak our minds Mr. Tyler Rud, the First Amendment goes on to say, "or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances." You have the right to speak your mind, but it also gives the rest of us the chance to do likewise. It's too bad that the Christmas Nativity scene irritates you so, but you don't have to look at it; use a different street!
Speeding James Raymond Jordahl, 32, Park Rapids, 55/45, fees $130. Andrew Jerel Storkamp, 34, St.
Jan. 13 • Cassy Joane Grunwald, 20, of Wadena, was arrested on a misdemeanor warrant out of Todd County. Jan. 14 • Jared Joseph Schwab, 21, of Wadena, was arrested on a misdemeanor warrant out of Todd County. Jan.
TCHC's Festival of Health to be held Saturday, Feb. 7 The 25th Annual February Festival of Health is a community-wide health fair to be held Saturday, Feb. 7 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at M-State's Wadena campus on Hwy 29. This free event offers more than 70 exhibits by local businesses and organizations, including popular booths like glucose and DNA swab testing. Each booth provides hands-on learning and an opportunity to become familiar with the many resources available for you and your family's health, well-being and safety.
If the first weeks of his second and final term are any indication, Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton will be making headlines. In cruising to an easy win in November over Republican Jeff Johnson, Dayton said he would not run again, thus freeing himself of the political restraints that somewhat moderated his tone and rhetoric in his first term. He's closed the door to a third term. He's free to speak out without regard to political fallout. He's already at it. The governor, who is not known for charisma or oratory, nevertheless has a knack for a well-turned phrase and a stick-it-in-the ribs jab.
FARGO — A Fargo man will soon sing for glory on "American Idol." Zach Johnson got his first chance to perform on the stage in 2014 when he tried out for Fargo Star, an annual singing competition sponsored by The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead. "I ended up taking second place, and I got a lot of great feedback," the Wendell, Minn., native told the St. Cloud Times. "Parents were coming up to me and saying if their kid wasn't in it, they would have voted for me." Inspired by his Fargo Star success, the 20-year-old auditioned for Fox's "American Idol" in Minneapolis last year.
Rep. Mark Anderson, R-Lake Shore, took the oath of office in the Minnesota House of Representatives Tuesday, Jan. 6 during the 89th Legislature's swearing-in process at the Capitol. Anderson was elected in November to represent District 9A for a second term. He is serving four House committees this biennium. Two pertain to agriculture — one policy and the other finance.
Wadena Lanes (Jan.
After more than 40 years of success and continued growth, St. Cloud Overhead Door Company, Willmar Overhead Door Company, Brainerd Overhead Door Company and Lakes Area Overhead Door Company will be rebranded under the new name, American Door Works.