Tanya Lynn Schneider, 33, Henning, warrant: drug possession. Joell Lester-Whitfield, 27, Minneapolis, warrant: disorderly conduct. Dustin Allen Olson, 30, Menahga, warrant: traffic violation. Jodi Lynn Mallow, 41, Oakes, N.D., warrant: stalking. Thomas Joseph Nodes, 50, Park Rapids, warrant: traffic violation.
The 9th annual Whiskey Creek Festival will be held at the Cozy Theatre in Wadena Sept. 12-18. The Whiskey Creek Film Festival Association produces the Festival each year. The Festival came about nine years ago when Wadena resident Jamie Robertson took the idea for the Festival to Cozy Theatre owner Dave Quincer. The annual event has operated with the same rules since its beginning, namely to screen some of the very best films, all in current theatrical release, that are available across the nation.
Speeding Mackenzie Jo Barthel, 26, New York Mills, 75/60, fees $150. Melissa Jean Eickenbrock, 32, Elk River, 56/45, fees $140. Connor Patrick Flood, 21, Mendota Heights, 65/55, fees $130. Jessica Ann Jordan, 32, Park Rapids, 60/45, fees $150. Tate Jesse Kelderman, 21, Wadena, 43/30, fees $140. Dakota Lee Kivi, 20, Cloquet, 67/55, fees $140. Kelly Ann Knowles, 29, Park Rapids, 58/45, fees $50. Larissa Michelle Mehlhoff, 26, Sheridan, Mont., 65/55, fees $130. Tanner Jay Schwartz, 19, Park Rapids, 74/55, fees $150. Kathleen Mary Yanez, 54, West St.
Field Demo Day set for Sept. 17 The East Otter tail SWCD and NRCS office will be holding a field demonstration day on Wednesday, Sept. 17 at Tim and Sue Volkmann's farm. The farm is located at 58891 County Road 76, north of Bluffton, approximately one mile west of Hwy. 19 and Hwy. 76 intersection. The field day will start at 2 p.m. with a walk through four different cover crop plots that were planted in mid-August. Topics covered include: seeding methods, a review of seed mixes, plant ID and grazing management in cover crops. Refreshments will be served at 4 p.m.
As area school districts open their doors to students Tuesday, we want to make sure kids get to and from school safely. With the weather still nice many students will likely be walking or riding bicycles to school. The Minnesota Safety Council offers the following tips to help keep your children safe when traveling to and from school whether by walking or riding the bus. Parents should choose the safest route and walk it with their children. Look for the most direct route with the fewest street crossings. Teach children to obey all traffic signals and markings.
The Minnesota Land Trust has recently launched a program called the Wetland Habitat Protection Plan. The program offers landowners funding in return for conservation easements in the prairie-forest transition area in Becker, Otter Tail, Grant, Douglas, Pope, Kandiyohi, Stearns, Stevens, Swift, Todd, and Meeker counties, where there is an abundance of natural wetland-prairie complexes. The project was made possible by grants from the Outdoor Heritage Fund and the McKnight Foundation.
P R O P E R T Y T R A N S F E R S Lisa R. Koenen, fka Lisa R. Copa, and Joshua Koenen, w&h, hereby conveys to Jason K. Burg and Abby G. Burg, as jt ten, Lot 9 of Block 1 in Merickel's Addition to Wadena. Jason L. Rasmussen and Katie L. Rasmussen, h&w, hereby conveys to Lisa R. Koenen and Joshua J. Koenen, as jt ten, all that part of the NW1/4 SW1/4 and Government Lot 3, less the Wtly 300' of the Ntly 770' of said Gov Lot 3, of Section 34, Twp 135, R33, lying Wtly of County Road no 29 as said County road is now laid out and situated. Delaney A. Selander, n/k/a Delaney A.
Ruby Schik Ruby Ann Schik, girl, was born on Aug. 18 at 9:44 p.m. to Mandy and Daniel Schik of Butler. She weighed 6 lbs., 12 oz. and was 19.5 inches long. She was delivered by Dr. Nicole Strand at Tri-County Health Care in Wadena. Proud grandparents are Paul and Nancy Schik from Butler and Daniel and Nadine Wegscheid from Bluffton. Cyprien Tomperi Cyprien Michael Tomperi, boy, was born on July 30 at 9:18 p.m. to Jaclyn and Brandon Tomperi of Menahga. He weighed 9 lbs., 2 oz. and was 22 inches long. He was delivered by Dr.
Bryce Haugen has been named news editor of the Wadena Pioneer Journal. "Bryce started as a reporter for the Pioneer Journal this past November and has done a stellar job reporting Wadena area news," said Cordell Schott, Pioneer Journal general manager. In his new role, he will plan and coordinate the day-to-day activities for the newspaper and website. Before joining the PJ, Haugen wrote for the High Plains Reader in Fargo, the Minnesota State University Moorhead Advocate and the Minnesota Daily.
David James Loeffler, 29, Wadena, warrant: disorderly conduct. Rebecca Lynn Louks, 41, Sebeka, warrant: traffic violation. Robert James Cameron, 39, Motley, warrant: controlled substance. Alexandria Amelia Donath, 22, Verndale, warrant: disorderly conduct.