M State campuses in Wadena and Fergus Falls are hoping state funding will pull through for some upgrades. Members of the House Capital Investment Committee met with M State officials last week as part of a tour of potential construction projects that could be funded in a bonding bill during the Legislature's 2016 session. Projects on the M State campuses in Fergus Falls and Wadena are both ranked high on the priority list of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system, which governs 31 two-year colleges and four-year universities in the state.
Speeding Jon Mark Budd, 70, Washington, D.C., 71/55, fees $150. Nathan John Cachiaras, 21, Fallston, M.D., 80/55, fees $230. Philip Wayne Carlson, 44, Shoreview, 70/60, fees $130. Garrett Lee Coats, 26, Sebeka, 75/55, fees $230. Hannah Kay Gorder, 19, Parkers Prairie, 70/55, fees $150. Brenda Jean Hendrickx, 52, Lake George, 72/55, fees $150. Michael Alan Huray, 43, Rosemount, 65/55, fees $130. Sandra Jean Kahlbaugh, 65, Rosemount, 51/40, fees $140. Gary Lee Lambert, 55, Verndale, 65/55, fees $130. Kimberlee Jean Ludovissie, 23, Wadena, 65/55, fees $130. Tracy Kim
A $1.67 million, three-year federal grant that funds Minnesota's Walk-In Access (WIA) program has been awarded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The grant means that hunters in western and south-central Minnesota will continue to have access to more than 22,000 acres of existing WIA hunting land, and will get at least 8,000 additional WIA acres over the next three years. "We are thrilled to receive news of this grant award," said DNR Commissioner Tom Landwehr. "These funds open up more opportunities for hunters, especially in areas of the state that are predominantly privately owned.
Joint service set for Aug. 23 Zion Lutheran and Bethany Lutheran will be holding a joint service Sunday, Aug. 23 at the Burch Shelter at Sunnybrook Park. The service will begin at 10 a.m., followed by a lunch and other activities. For more information, call Rev. Curtis Emerson at (218) 837-0304.
Aug. 7 • An issue between neighbors arose when the owner of a cabin found a gate barring him from his own property. Both parties were advised to leave the gate open until the issue could be addressed by the township board. Aug. 8 • A caller reported a truck parked on the side of the road on 109th Street. In the box of the truck was a caged dog.
Similar to the way every corner of America was connected to the electrical grid in the 1930s, all Americans - even those in the remotest, most rural of Minnesota - can now be connected to broadband high-speed Internet. Getting everyone online is seen as critical for delivering health care outside of big cities, for improving the education of all kids and so businesses, no matter where they're located, can remain competitive in today's global economies. Recognizing and embracing all this, U.S. Rep.
Carr announces scholarship program for 2015 Sheriff Michael D. Carr of Wadena County announced today the commencement of the Law Enforcement Scholarship Program for 2015. Sheriff Carr proudly announced that the MSA Board of Directors has established a scholarship fund for the awarding of up to 15 $600 scholarships for this year.
A workshop featuring northern fruits Friday, Aug. 21 is aimed at promoting fruit tree production in harsh northern climates. The workshop will be at the Ag and Energy Center at Central Lakes College - Staples. The educational event is for all levels of experience. The day starts with vineyard tours from 9:30-11:30 a.m. Dennis Emslie Drummond will host ongoing tours of the wine and table grape trials at the CLC Ag and Energy Center Vineyard. From 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
PROPERTY TRANSFERS Daniel T. Carlisle and Jeannie L. Carlisle as Trustees of the Carlisle Family Revocable Living Trust dated the 18th day of December, 2012, hereby conveys to James M. Nielsen and Verna J. Nielsen, as jt ten, Lots 4 And 5 of Block 3 in Hosner's Sixth Addition to Wadena. City of Menahga, hereby conveys to MGF, LLC, dba My Grandpa's Farm, Lots 11 and 12 of Block 2 in Southgate First Addition. Onnie Tapio, Jr, as Pers. Rep.
Nolan Ternus Nolan James Ternus, boy, was born July 31 to Sheraye Strube and James Ternus of Perham. He weighed 5 lbs., 11 oz. and was 19 inches long. He was delivered by Dr. Jaimie Deraney at Perham Health in Perham. Grandparents are Gilbert and Teresa Ternus of Perham, Christine Nelson of Maple Grove and Troy Strube of Minot, N.D. Older sister Charlotte welcomes him home. Easton Dille Easton Roger Dille, boy, was born on Aug. 3 to Lonna and Nick Dille of Staples. He weighed 6 lbs., 12 oz. and was 20.5 inches long. He was delivered by Dr.