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
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.
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.
Tuesday Twilite Jerry's Six Pack Auto 3 - 1 Pro Dairy 3 - 1 Time Jewelry 2 - 2 1st National Bank Bulldog Pro Shop Whiskey Creek Saloon 2 - 2 Hometown Crafts 1 - 3 Berzerkerz Molkky 1 - 3 High Team Series: Jerry's Six Pack Auto - 1803 High Team Game: Jerry's Six Pack Auto - 689 High Individual Series: Don Krack - 683 Scott Petersen - 631 Duane Asfeld - 596 High Individual Games: Don Krack - 266 Chuck Matthes - 243 Scott Petersen - 236
Art Leap, an "open studio event" featuring artists' studios and culturally rich destinations in the Park Rapids lakes area, will include a sculpture tour in 2016. Art Leap dates are Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 24 and 25. Studios will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. Highlights of Art Leap include music, hors d'oeuvres and seeing fall colors at their peak while driving from studio to studio. Enjoy live demonstrations and other art activities at some locations.
M State prepared to serve ITT students Minnesota State Community and Technical College is prepared to assist students whose college education plans have been disrupted by the recent closing of ITT Educational Services. M State offers more than 300 classes and 25 programs and majors that can be completed online and numerous M State courses can be taken through a combination of online and on-campus requirements at its campuses in Detroit Lakes, Fergus Falls, Moorhead and Wadena.
Speeding Penny Jo Affolter, 53, West St. Paul, 69/55, fees $140. Christine Lynn Boswell, 45, Rochester, 75/65, fees $130. Robbin Marie Chase, 19, Sebeka, 64/55, fees $130. Violet Luella Dahlvang, 76, Verndale, 65/55, fees $130. Stuart Gene Foster, 56, Lees Summit, Mo., 74/55, fees $150. Colton Alexander Kramer, 18, Merrifield, 55/45, fees $130. Patrick William Landrey, 42, Maple Grove, 74/65, fees $130. Shannon Maureen Rowley-Mahaney, 29, Minneapolis, 65/55, fees $130. Traffic Court
The girls tennis team competed in Pequot Lakes for the Midstate Conference tournament on Saturday. Abby Westrum made the consolation championship at No. 1 singles but lost a close two-set battle, head coach Scott Woods said. Lindy Jones did the same at No. 2 singles. Madison Packer stepped up to play No. 3 singles, losing both matches but taking one of the sets to a close tiebreaker. Corra Endres played No. 4 singles. She went 1-2 on the day, picking up her first varsity win.
Four storytellers will perform this weekend to compete for the title of "Great American Storyteller." Park Rapids Lakes Area Arts Council (PRLAAC) issued a call to Minnesota storytellers in April to submit a 10-minute recorded story for competition. Storytellers responded, judges selected the top four, and those finalists will travel to Park Rapids to determine who wears the Great American Storyteller crown. And who walks away with $1,000. The live performance of finalists is scheduled at 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 24 at Armory Square, Park Rapids.
Democratic ideals. Educating cooperative members. Concern for community. These are three of the seven core cooperative principles and three reasons why Todd-Wadena Electric Cooperative will host a "Meet the Candidates" forum on Wednesday, Sept. 28 at the Sebeka Events Center. The event will begin at 6 p.m. with a social hour, followed by the candidates forum at approximately 7 p.m.