"From Sea to Shining Sea," the Fall 2015 Concert Series of The Legacy Chorale of Greater Minnesota, runs Nov.
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This week marks the 28th anniversary since the disappearance of Wadena's Carla Beth Anderson Nov. 13, 1987.
Oct. 29 • A woman was allegedly robbed Sunday in Sebeka. She awoke covered in blood and told police some of her personal property was missing. She had no memory of what had occurred the night before. Wadena County deputies later executed a search warrant. Oct. 30 • Law enforcement was notified when a man noticed a vehicle parked on 150th Street and thought it was odd. The complainant said his daughter's mailbox had been previously been vandalized and he suspected it could have been done by the same car.
The Historic Holmes Theatre in Detroit Lakes, Minnesota is hosting its annual Art Show from Thursday, Nov. 19 to Saturday, Nov. 20 in the Holmes Theatre Ballroom. Artists from several mediums will be represented at this fun, three-day event, showcasing area artists. The art show is free and open to the public. Early Christmas-gift hunters will find an array of items, from whimsical wood Santa carvings to beautifully turned wood bowls and walking sticks.
It's like weather and public safety officials planned a storm to pass through the Upper Midwest this week. Some snow was expected Tuesday night in the western Dakotas, moving east into Minnesota and Wisconsin Wednesday and Thursday. Nothing big was predicted, just enough snow to put the exclamation point on Minnesota and Wisconsin's Winter Weather Awareness Week. Wadena County Sheriff's Office Emergency Management would like to take the opportunity to remind citizens that the winter months are quickly approaching and it is important to be ready in case of a winter weather emergency. Offici
American lovers of T-bone steaks and hot dogs should not swallow whole the conclusions of the World Health Organization (WHO) cancer study of red meats and processed meats. The compilation of other studies is a statistical analysis that reveals trends. It is not an X-equals-Y direct causation report that unequivocally links eating Spam by itself to an 18 percent increase in colon cancer. For example, the analysis does not significantly take into account other factors among meat-eaters, such as smoking, obesity, exercise and overall diet.
Bob Bergman's Prairie Centre Blue Devils opened their home schedule Thursday hosting Litchfield/Dassel-Cokato at the Sauk Centre Arena. The new cooperative of Wadena-Deer Creek, Long Prairie-Grey Eagle and Sauk Centre hockey talent will play the Dragons in a 7 p.m. contest. Bergman has a team that is dominated by underclassmen.
Verndale's Ethan Orlando, Mac Schluttner and Mack Jones have been selected to the Section 4, Class Nine-man All-Section team for 2015. Orlando split time between fullback and linebacker, Schluttner played running back and defensive back and Jones played quarterback and defensive back. Bertha-Hewitt placed Ethan Kimber, who played running back and linebacker. Section 4, Class Nine-man All-Section Football Team Underwood: Matt Biegler, Coy Thorson, Dylan Schleske, Justin Masloski, Dylan Kalenze Hillcrest Lutheran: Sean McGuire Reggie Undseth, Kyler Newman, Chris Tungseth Verndale: Ethan
The Wadena-Deer Creek Drama Department will present "Stop Sending in the Clowns" on Nov. 19, 20 and 21 on the stage of the historic Wadena Memorial Auditorium. WDC theater director Jay Patterson explains the play is centered around the Burnum and Bailout Traveling Circus - and the clowning around never stops under the wacky Big Top! "The character Burnum is played by Stephen Spilman. Bailout is played by Michael Schmidt. They are quite the pair. Even though there is a circus genre throughout, the play is actually written as a 'Who Dunn It?' motif.