Bradley J. Snyder and Marlene E. Snyder, h&w, hereby conveys to Jason Haugen and Kelly Haugen, fka Kelly Waaraniemi, as jt ten, Lots 1 and 2 of Block 1, Original Townsite of Menahga. Clifford O. Gronlund and Rose V. Gronlund, h&w, hereby conveys to Tyler J. Wheeler and Alisha E. Wheeler, as jt ten, that part of the SE ¼ SW ¼ NW ¼ of Section 34, Twp.
The first baby of 2015 born at Tri-County Health Care in Wadena is a boy named Jacoby. Baby boy Jacoby James Smith was born on Friday, Jan. 2 at 7:25 p.m. to Jordan and Monty Smith of New York Mills. He weighed 7 lbs., 15 oz and was 20 3/4 inches long at birth. Baby Jacoby was delivered by Dr.
ST. PAUL — Safety improvements at highway/rail grade crossings along crude-by-rail corridors are the focus of a Minnesota Department of Transportation study that identifies locations where improvements will make the transport of oil safer for residents, workers and emergency responders. The 2014 Minnesota Legislature appropriated $2 million for the implementation of safety improvements and directed MnDOT to study the rail lines carrying Bakken crude oil from North Dakota through Minnesota. "The basic premise for effective improvements is safety," said Commissioner Charlie Zelle.
Adult Survivors of Suicide Loss support group to meet Jan. 20 Tri-County Health Care has an "Adult Survivors of Suicide Loss Support Group" to help those in the area affected by suicide. The monthly support group will meet on Tuesday, Jan. 20 at 6:30 p.m. in the Wesley Conference Room at Tri-County Health Care. The monthly "Adult Survivors of Suicide Loss Support Group" meets the third Tuesday of the month from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the Wesley Conference Room at Tri-County Health Care.
Wolves on endangered list bad for deer population Will 2015 be the year the deer harvest in Minnesota drops below 100,000? Will 2015 be the year the deer season is closed in Minnesota for the second time? I remember the first time it was closed. The years it took to rebuild the deer herd. Who will we blame? The DNR, hunters, bad winter, wolves, coyotes, bears and bobcats. Maybe all of the above. The DNR for underestimating what happens when you kill too many does, and not remembering that Minnesota winters can cause heavy losses to our deer herd.
Speeding Dylan Dean Davidson, 24, Elk River, 75/65, fees $130. Kameron Ellis Fraki, 19, Grand Rapids, 72/60, fees $140. Anna Marie Olson, 40, St. Paul, 70/60, fees $130. Julie Jo Rohde, 51, Kahului, Hawaii, 55/45, fees $140. Rhonda Nadine Turner, 47, Plymouth, 55/45, fees $130. Traffic Court Kameron Ellis Fraki, 19, Grand Rapids, loud muffler, window tint, fees $100. Stephanie Danielle Hovius, 26, Wadena, seat belt, fees $115. Colleen Betty Johnson, 59, Wadena, failure to stop for stop sign, fees $140. William F.
The second local card of the 2014-2015 boxing season will be held at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in the Wadena National Guard Armory. Ten bouts are being scheduled with boxers from Minneapolis, Duluth, Willmar, St. Cloud, Leech Lake, Fargo and Brainerd joining the Wadena team. Expected to fight for Wadena are Rayne Denzel (160), Ry Denzel (170), Trent Petro (178), Diego Bojorquez (125), Blake Herron (135), Robyn Harper (103), Kevin Harper (125) and Elliot Stoll (205). Twins' Winter Caravan stopping in Wadena Jan.
This time, the alarmists are not crying "Wolf." They're crying "Too few wolves." But the effect will be the same: a cynical public not only ignoring the calls, but also resenting the groups that keep raising false alarms. Expect a backlash, in the form of Congress taking control of wolf populations out of the hands of activists and judges and giving it back to wildlife biologists, where it belongs. It has happened before. It should happen again.
Dec. 20 • A caller reported receiving a call from a friend saying her apartment had been broken into. The friend suspected the break-in was done by the caller's ex-boyfriend. The caller said she had been told a door had been kicked in and it was possible her current boyfriend had been assaulted. • An intoxicated but cooperative male was removed from his residence and given a ride to the Brookside Motel. Dec.
LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Forbes' annual list of the top 10 most overpaid actors in Hollywood saw comedian Adam Sandler claim the top spot for the second year in a row. To compile the list, Forbes' analysts examine the last three movies the actor was in and compare those combined grosses with his or her combined paycheck, generating an investment return figure for each star. By that model, Sandler returned about $3.20 for each dollar he was paid, a result of his recent comedic outings that have failed to perform at the box office, such as his rom-com with Drew Barrymore, "Blended." Close