After months of work in the Sculpture Park, the city of New York Mills' new Barn shelter is finally erected and ready to be introduced to the community and region. On Saturday, Oct. 1, the city, with the help of the Cultural Center, will celebrate The Barn's completion. This grand opening celebration falls in the 20th anniversary year of the Sculpture Park, which is the location for the celebration.
PROPERTY TRANSFERS Dale R. Adams and Susan Kay Adams, h&w, hereby warrants to Staples Alliance Church of the Christian and Missionary Alliance, Lot 4 of Block 2 in Sunrise Acres First Addition. David Jessop, aka David V. Jessop and Kay L. Jessop, h&w and Dennis Jessop, aka Dennis L. Jessop and Ardis S. Jessop, h&w, hereby conveys to Kyle M. Braith and Jennifer M. Braith, h&w as jt ten, Lot 5, Block 2 in First Addition to Park Estates.
Robianne Schultz of Perham was recently named the State Lead Ambassador of the Year by the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) for her volunteer and advocacy efforts to help make cancer a national priority. This annual award is presented to a lead state volunteer who has demonstrated exemplary leadership in advocating for ACS CAN's area of cancer-related public policy.
Logan and Aubree Porter would like to announce the engagement of their father Seth Weaver Porter to Rebecca Lynn Hahn. Rebecca is the daughter of Daniel and Jill Hahn of Wadena. Seth is the son of William and Tonja Porter of East Peru, Iowa. Rebecca is a 2006 graduate of Wadena-Deer Creek High School and a 2015 graduate of Southwestern Community College. She is currently employed at Mercy Medical Center in Des Moines, Iowa as a Registered Nurse. Seth is a 2000 graduate of Winterset High School and is currently employed at Iowa Foundation Repair in Winterset, Iowa.
Drivers need to be careful during harvest season The other day we brought our farm machinery home from the field. It was a distance of nine miles. There are three fairly steep hills with double no passing lines on all of them. On the first trip home, we had the tractor and baler and the pickup and discbine. We had a motorcycle, two cars and two pickups pass us all in the no passing area and going up the hill.
Oakley Peterson Oakley Jay Peterson was born on Sept. 13 to Emily and Tyler Peterson of Sebeka. He weighed 8 lbs. and was 19.5 inches long. He was delivered by Dr. Laura DuChene at Tri-County Health Care in Wadena. Grandparents are Gary and Cammy Ronnebaum, Jason Peterson and Josh and Melanie Byman. Boone Pettit
Sept. 12 • Karen Maleese Wallgren, 75, of Wadena, was issued a citation for unlawfully parking and blocking a private driveway. • Charliyn Justine Rodriguez, 19, of Wadena, was arrested on a Kandiyohi County warrant. Rodriguez was transported to the Wadena County Jail. Sept. 14 • Pamela Kay Reiman, 42, of Wadena, was issued a citation for theft-shoplifting. Sept. 15
Bobbi Jo Allen, 35, Sebeka, warrant: traffic violation. Jacob Lee Anderson, 37, Wadena, warrant: traffic violation. Tyrone James Barrett, 38, Minneapolis, warrant: traffic violation. Richard Irving Boatman, 50, Staples, warrant: firearm theft. David Louis Gaumer, 39, Wadena, warrant: traffic violation. Michael Thomas Martin, 29, Frazee, warrant: contempt of court. Demitre L. Minich, Hinckley, warrant: contempt of court. Darwin Wayne Steenblock, 43, Moorhead, warrant; disorderly conduct.
Sept. 8 • A laptop was found near the Marsh Landing with the name of a couple on it. The laptop appeared to be damaged. Sept. 9 • Bell Hill Recovery Center reported someone broke into a patient's room after he had been incarcerated. Nearly all of his property was gone. The center had a video to study. • A woman was scammed by a man speaking with a foreign accent when she purchased a tractor from him on Craigslist with Visa Green Dots.
Rossy Round-up golf tournament raises money for WDC organizations The 15th annual Rossy Round-up was held Saturday Sept. 17 at Whitetail Run in Wadena. A total of 59 players participated; 30 were from Wadena and 29 out of town. Golfers raised over $1,300 for local groups again this year. They included Wadena-Deer Creek band and choir, Womenade and WDC youth baseball. Thank you to all the donators and well as players.