Oct. 3 • Jared Olaf Boe, 38, of Deer Creek was stopped and issued a citation for driving after suspension. • Jenny Lynn Baier, 52, of Royal, Iowa, was issued a citation for theft after being caught for shoplifting at a local store. • Scott Allen Boller Jr., 35, of Wadena was arrested for having two warrants for his arrest in Crow Wing County and Morrison County. Oct. 4 • David Jason Clairmont, 34, of Motley, was stopped and cited for driving after revocation. Oct. 5
Sept. 29 • After a Fair Oaks employee received a call from a young girl stating her dad was ill, the Wadena Sheriff's office was contacted and asked to make a welfare check at the girl's residence. A deputy spoke with an adult at the residence and found her mother was currently a Fair Oaks resident. She said her grandchildren had been playing with her phone earlier and surmised they had re-dialed Fair Oaks Lodge. She said no assistance was required.
Kelly Citrowske marks her publishing debut with a devotional titled "On the Side of Truth" published by WestBow Press. The book seeks to inform and challenge the reader with apologetic-like introductions, a thorough compilation of Bible verses of contrasting themes and thought-provoking challenges directed at the heart of the reader. "On the Side of Truth" is a nine-month devotional contrasting the many truths of Scripture.
Porta to preach Oct. 16 Preacher Chuck Porta of Eden Prairie will minister at The Old Country Church Sunday, Oct. 16 at 10 a.m. Everyone is invited to come and hear his message. The church is located at 19973 145th Ave. in Wadena. Weil guest musician Oct. 16 Aaron Weil will be the guest musician at Wadena Assembly of God, 419 1st St. NW, this Sunday, Oct. 16 at 10:30 a.m. Weil serves in his local church in northern Minnesota but also travels the nation, performing concerts and encouraging local churches.
The female classical brass quintet Seraph Brass is bringing a mix of classics and commissioned works on a concert tour this fall with a stop in Wadena. They are the first performance for the Wadena Area Concert Association's 2016-17 series. Seraph Brass will be performing in Wadena at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 17 at Memorial Auditorium. Admission to Wadena Area Concert Association performances is by membership only and includes five performances. Membership also includes reciprocity performances in Alexandria, Fergus Falls, Park Rapids and Sauk Centre.
Flu clinics set for October The Wadena County Public Health will offer flu shot clinics on the following dates: • Oct. 21, 10 a.m. - noon, Wadena County Public Health • Oct. 28, 2 — 4 p.m. Wadena County Public Health
Monthly open mic gathering returns Oct. 13 Monthly on the second Thursday at the Cultural Center in New York Mills, a local volunteer invites singers and speakers, bards and balladeers to perform prospective pieces for the crowd gathered. This month, the mic is open on Thursday, Oct. 13 from 7 to 9 p.m. Attend as audience,actor, orator or observer. Both literary lectors and musical minstrels are welcome to share their own or another's creative work.
Perham Health will host its annual Just for Women event on Tuesday, Oct. 18. The event is free and features experts on a variety of topics specific to women's health and will take place from 5 to 8 p.m. at Perham High School, 200 5th Street Southeast.
Gracie Boen Gracie Lea Boen, girl, was born on Sept. 28 to Kayla and Warren Boen of Wadena. She weighed 8 lbs., 6 oz. and was 20.75 inches long. She was delivered by Dr. Bobbi Adams at Tri-County Health Care in Wadena. Grandparents are Rob and Arlene Boen and Mike and Deb Peterson. Older siblings Benjamin and Mazie welcome her home. William Lindner
Trump not capable of presidency "If you can't take the heat, stay out of the kitchen." The White House is a hot kitchen. One of our presidential candidates is clearly incapable of taking any heat. The other one has endured attack after politically motivated attack without losing her composure. Enough said. Jerry Miller, Sebeka