P R O P E R T Y T R A N S F E R S Alan E. Grant and Bonita Bray, h&w, hereby conveys to Bryan H. Carry, the W 1076' of Government Lot 6 in Section 32, Twp. 134, R32, lying N of the E-W Township Road to the river's edge, and 245' wide measured Stly, SEtly and SWtly from and at right angles to and parallel with the stly right of way line of Thomastown Twp. Rd #7, said 245' begins on the E line of said Government Lot 6 and ends on described line. Gerald A.
Minnesota State Community and Technical College has been awarded nearly $2.5 million in federal grant funds for the college's "CU Succeed" program, which will help train 450 residents of west central Minnesota for in-demand careers in the construction and utilities industries.
"My hair was thinning on one side, so when I was told I had breast cancer, it gave me a good reason to shave my head," said Ruby Hoyhtya, of Wadena. It's that kind of honest, positive thinking that makes Hoyhtya an inspiration to not only those going through breast cancer, but those of us who aren't. "There was a moment after I'd been diagnosed when I thought, 'Part of me wants to have cancer, and part of me doesn't'; who thinks like that? The part of me that didn't want cancer is what most people can relate to, but the part that did was harder to understand.
VFW seeks nominations for teacher award VFW launched the National Citizenship Education Teacher award program in 1991 to recognize classroom teachers for promotion citizenship education, which is a slate of programs dedicated to stimulating students' interest in America's history, traditions, institutions, civic responsibility, flag etiquette and patriotism.
Richard Guido Campellone, 59, Wadena, warrant: terroristic threats. Gary Allen Hasart, 51, Wadena, warrant: DWI. Thomas R. Hysell, 41, Wadena, warrant: theft. Joel Elias Lempiainen, 87, Wadena, warrant: sex offender registration.
University of Minnesota Extension and the Farm Service Agency of the U.S. Department of Agriculture will hold free dairy education seminars in November at a variety of locations including Wadena. The meetings are scheduled for Wadena, Pierz, St. Cloud, Alexandria and Mora to help farmers make decisions brought about by the 2014 Farm Bill. Dairy producers have until Nov. 28 to enroll in the Dairy Margin Protection Program. Newly created by the farm bill, the program aims to reduce producers' exposure to catastrophic losses through risk management.
Speeding Dillon John Blocker, 20, Henning, 82/55, fees $200. Erik John Dovre, 51, Pillager, 72/55, fees $150. Tarrin Karl Hamblin, 21, Stacy, Minn., 65/55, fees $130. Jeremy Edward Pierce, 36, Bemidji, 69/60, fees $130. Kari Lynn Smith, 37, Bemidji, 55/45, fees $130. David Wesley Tendler, 41, Wadena, 65/55, fees $130. Traffic Court Dominick Ezekiel Bailey, 18, Clarissa, failure to stop at sign, proof of insurance, fees $340. Dillon John Blocker, 20, Henning, driving after revocation, proof of insurance, fees $490. Paul Edward Cushman, 68, Sebeka,
Vote pro-life in November I'm pro-life and anti-terrorism, yet on the other hand I'm pro-choice and my choice is pro-life. Isn't it strange that some individuals are pro-choice until they're required to enter an intensive care unit, then suddenly they become pro-life? Vote pro-life and encourage others to do likewise. Victor Kern Wadena Replace IRS with flat fair tax Benjamin Franklin once said when the people find that they can vote themselves money, that will herald the end of the republic.
Minnesota 7th District Congressman Collin Peterson has the distinction of incurring the ire of the unreconstructed left and the tea party right. That factor in his political resume has served him and his constituents well for more than 20 years. He should be re-elected to another two-year term in the U.S. House of Representatives. No one in Congress — and we mean no one — knows more about farm policy and the mechanics of farm legislation than Peterson.
Sept. 25 • A welfare check was requested by a distraught mother who said her son was missing and there was a firearm on his bed. Sept. 26 • A woman received a call from someone using the name of her deceased husband. • A man in the process of getting a divorce from his wife told a deputy he believed she was responsible for damage to a gate. He conjectured that she tore the fence down to get her belongings from their house but he was not sure.