Brandon Lee Kloepfel, 33, Park Rapids, warrant: contempt of court. LaChickee Renee Turley, 42, Wadena, warrant: card fraud. Matthew Erin Peterson, 38, Menahga, warrant: public nuisance. Jonathan Hubert Risland, 28, Bemidji, warrant: contempt of court. Jodi Lynn Malloy, 41, Oakes, N.D., warrant: disturbing the peace. Robert Abraham-Timothy Moore, 22, St. Paul, warrant: receiving stolen property.
Wadena-Deer Creek High School's Business Professionals of America (BPA) members were like Santa's elves last week, collecting and counting toys for their annual Toys for Tots project. A total of 333 toys were collected from WDC students in grades K-6. Mrs. Morlock's kindergarten class collected the most toys with a total of 69, followed by Mrs. Finn third-graders with 39 and Mrs.
Wadena-Deer Creek grades 5-8 choir students, the varsity choir and the concert choir would like to invite families, friends and the public to join them in celebrating the holiday season on Dec. 15. Grades 5-8 will hold their music program at 2 p.m. and grades 9-12 students will hold their concert at 7:30 p.m. — both on Monday, Dec. 15 in the WDC Middle/High School gymnasium. The afternoon and evening programs will feature beautiful traditional and modern songs for everyone to enjoy.
Traffic Court Jeremy Allen Arthur, 33, Park Rapids, no Minnesota driver's license, fees $190. Darryl Eugene-Rees Dent, 25, Fergus Falls, driving after revocation, fees $290. Ginny Rose Dotterweich, 32, New York Mills, driving without valid license, fees $190. Todd Michael Halvorsen, 47, Sebeka, driving after revocation, operating vehicle while registration is revoked, proof of insurance, fees $790. David Lee Hendershot, 43, Deer Creek, uninsured vehicle, driving after revocation, fess $490. Quentin Philbert-Clark Hoffius, 35, Perham, driving without valid license, fees
Minnesota State Community and Technical College will celebrate the graduation of nearly 350 students in a combined commencement ceremony on Thursday, Dec. 18, in Moorhead. Graduates from the college's campuses in Detroit Lakes, Fergus Falls, Moorhead and Wadena and the online eCampus program will participate in the 2 p.m. ceremony at the Knutson Campus Center at Concordia College. M State celebrates its fall semester graduation in a combined ceremony for all campuses.
Nov. 27 • A caller at Eastwood Inn alleged he was being harassed by an intoxicated female. He asked that an officer take the extra room keys she had in her possession and advise her to stop calling his number. • Four young children, watched by an 18-year-old girl, were reported to be bouncing around inside a red Chrysler mini-van at Walmart. The vehicle, which had been running for an hour, was parked in a handicap zone. The mother was notified she needed to speed things up in the store. Nov.
Friendly Squares dance slated for Dec. 12 Park Rapids Friendly Squares will be having a square dance at century school on Friday Dec. 12. Myron Hollatz will be calling . Plus dance is from 7:30 to 8 a.m. Mainstream will be from 8 to 10 a.m. Club members will serve a potluck lunch after the dance. All square dancers and spectators are welcome. for more information contact Joy Benjamin at (218) 564 - 6098. Friendly Squares will host NYE dance Park Rapids Friendly Squares will be having a New Years Eve dance at the Park Rapids Airport Wednesday Dec.
Christmas party set for Dec. 14 The City Children's Christmas Party at the Elks is on Sunday, Dec. 14 from 1 to 3 p.m. Wadena City Library seeking artists The Wadena City Library has received a grant for the establishment of a piece of public art either inside or outside of the library. Artists are encouraged to stop by the library at 304 1st Street SW in Wadena during regular business hours to obtain an official Request for Proposals form. You may also request the form via email: Wadena@krls.org . Deadline for submission of your proposal is Feb.
On Tuesday, Dec. 2, Robert Reymundo Trevino, 23 of Wadena, was arrested for disorderly conduct-misdemeanor. When police met with Trevino, he appeared to be highly intoxicated. Trevino provided a Preliminary Breath Test that suggested his alcohol level was at .284, which is over three times the legal limit. Witnesses say Trevino was spitting on and directing vulgar language towards several individuals. Trevino was booked into the Wadena County Jail awaiting his first court appearance. On Wednesday, Dec.
Like many other Minnesota towns along Highway 10, Wadena is connected by the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad, which means that we are not exempt from a train derailing. On Monday, Dec. 1 at 6:30 a.m., 32 train cars derailed just four miles northwest of Wadena. Some were oil tanker cars, which fortunately, were not filled with oil. They normally carry explosive contents. The impact of the train cars that were carrying inventory left a visible spill of sugar on the ground. An estimated 48 trains pass through Wadena daily.