One hundred ninety five Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America members attended the FCCLA Region 6 conference at the Memorial Auditorium in Wadena. The students were welcomed to WDC by Superintendent Lee Westrum as the meeting was called to order by President Andrew Backman from Herman Norcross High School. Minnesota State FCCLA officers Hope Norenberg, WDC member and Megan Juliar, St. Clair chapter member brought greetings from the state office. Also in attendance was MN FCCLA Executive Director Wendy Ambrose. The keynote speaker for the day was Sgt.
Alexandria Amelia Donath, 22, Wadena, warrant: disorderly conduct. Carla Leanne Keezer, 43, Park Rapids, warrant: motor vehicle use without consent. Rebecca Anne Bellanger, 45, Minneapolis, warrant: traffic violation. Jerald Dean Drewes, 60, Nevis, warrant: traffic violation. Eric Raymond Israelson, 38, New York Mills, warrant: traffic violation.
October is National Bullying Prevention month, a good time to reflect on what we can all do to prevent bullying. This month serves as a reminder that bullying prevention is important to address; and one way to accomplish this is through educating ourselves, our communities and the youth in our lives Understanding the definition of bullying is an important first step to preventing and responding to bullying. The definition provided by Dr.
Minnesota State Community and Technical College has received a boost from Lake Region Electric Cooperative with the donation of a bucket truck for use in the college's Electrical Lineworker Technology program.
Harvest Festival on tap Oct. 25 St. Huberts Catholic Church of Bluegrass will hold their annual Harvest Festival on Saturday, Oct. 25 from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the religious ed center at the church. Brunch will be served all morning. There will be a bake sale, crafts, canned goods, sewed items and produce for sale. Door prizes will be awarded every 30 minutes. There will also be a silent auction featuring furniture, theme baskets and antiques. A raffle will also take place. Tickets can be purchased from any St. Huberts parishioner or at the festival.
Speeding Ridge Steven Brown, 19, Verndale, 42/30, fees $140. Thomas Mcclellan Davidson, 48, Edina, 81/60, fees $230. Marvin Wayne Greeno, 53, Sebeka, 65/55, fees $130. Tyler Paul Hilgers, 24, Woodbury, 76/65, fees $50. Andre Robert Husom, 43, Wadena, 65/55, fees $130. Mitchell Joseph Johnson Jr., 20, Bemidji, 86/60, fees $290. Joshua Michael Meyer, 25, Melrose, 70/60, fees $130. Sara Anne Persons, 29, Mounds View, 70/60, fees $130. Wendy Lucinda Saathoff, 36, Hewitt, exceeding 30 in urban district, fees $150. Kaitlynn Larose Jo Saulter, 57, Sebeka, 65/55, fees $130
DNR doesn't do it's job, allows cheating Deer season is here again. If you are cheating, you already know the DNR doesn't care. If you are honest, how do you feel about our conservation offices not doing their jobs? How many people do you know that have gotten a ticket? Have you ever heard of anyone getting a ticket? When is the last time you saw a conservation officer? How many grandmas don't hunt but get a deer every year? How many children get a free license for adults to use?
'Soup, Sandwich and a Song' concert Oct. 25 The Staples Area Women's Chorus will present their annual "Soup, Sandwich and a Song" concert Saturday, Oct. 25, at 12:30 p.m. at Staples Alliance Church, 1512 8th St. NE, Staples. Doors will open at 12 noon. Members of the chorus will serve soup, a sandwich and a dessert to begin the event.
CLC Costa Rica travel early enrollment deadline Oct. 15 Join three CLC instructors on a trip through beautiful Costa Rica. Learn about the land, the language and the people of this peaceful nation. Enroll for this opportunity by Oct. 15 and receive a $200 discount. You need not be a CLC student to join. There are two ways to participate in this travel opportunity: as a credit-earning student or as a "community participant".
Republican Jeff Johnson has the tools and temperament to be an effective counterweight to Minnesota's DFL-dominated Legislature. He should be elected governor, replacing Mark Dayton, who has not demonstrated the convictions or leadership Minnesotans expect from the state's chief executive. Johnson went to high school in Detroit Lakes and is a graduate of Concordia College, Moorhead. Those roots in northwestern Minnesota, combined with experience in city life and the suburbs, uniquely qualify him to be governor.