Jerome B. Miller and Susan J. Miller, h&w, hereby conveys to Daniel G. Johnson and Carolee M. that part of the E 387.75' of Government Lot 4, (Fractional NW ¼ NW ¼) of Section 2, Twp. 136, R35, which lies N of the centerline of the Red Eye River, subject to a non-exclusive easement for ingress and egress over and across the present driveway located on said property to provide access to the balance of said Government Lot 4; AND that portion of Government Lot 3 (Fractional NE ¼ NW ¼) of Section 2, Twp.
Feb. 21 • Lori Jean Oberg, 36, of Wadena was stopped and issued a citation for no proof of insurance - driver. Feb. 27 • Alexander David Lais, 29, of Minneapolis, was stopped and issued a citation for driving after suspension and no proof of insurance-driver, both offenses are misdemeanors. Feb. 28 • Nichole Loraine Shoultz, 29, of Wadena, was arrested for violating her parole. The Wadena Police Department investigated one motor vehicle crash this past week, no injuries reported.
A new Minnesota State Community and Technical College program will help fill a "huge" need for trained employees in the gas industry, according to Ward Westphal of MP Technologies, which contracts to provide new construction and maintenance services to a wide range of private and public utilities and power companies. "Our industry is facing a shortage of workers right now," said Westphal, who coordinates operator qualifications and quality assurance for the company. "Finding qualified employees is difficult, especially for gas and electric utilities.
Hubbard Broadcasting, Inc. closed their acquisition of 16 radio stations from Omni Broadcasting Company on Feb. 27.
Wadena Lanes (Feb.
St. Cloud Technical Community College congratulates the following students for their academic achievement Fall 2014. They have earned recognition on the President's List for a grade point average of 4.0, or the Dean's list for a grade point average of 3.5 to 3.9: Bertha Brian Kirscht, President's List. Staples Alexandra Busker, President's List and Kierstin Smith, Dean's List.
Wadena business An Open Book has been chosen as a winner of The American Small Business Championship hosted by SCORE, which mentors to America's small businesses. It was made possible by the support of Sam's Club. The Championship awarded the title to 102 small businesses from 48 states for their sacrifices and dedication to the success of their business.
Jody Ann Kamann, 30, Perham, warrant: traffic violation. Shawn Allan Mayo, 40, Wadena, warrant: traffic violation. Kyla Marie Bergmann, 20, Wadena, warrant: traffic violation. Joseph Andrew Sandstrom, 35, Moorhead, warrant: traffic violation. Ethan Patrick Winter, 21, Moorhead, warrant: traffic violation.
Wadena Light and Water presented Reuter Family Dentistry a check in the amount of $2,411 as part of the Bright Energy Solutions® rebate program. This program encourages energy efficient choices by offering cash incentives for qualifying equipment. The ultimate goal of this program is to help customers like this new dental center save money on their electrical usage and help control the use of a valuable resource. Despite the excitement of a new building, owner Dr.
Feb. 20 • A caller posed questions to the sheriff's office regarding her horses and the property where they are kept. She wished to know what would happen if her dad and her brother cut a lock to get the horses and sell them. She was informed it was a civil matter. Feb. 21 • A patrolman noticed a driver without a seatbelt and pulled him over. The driver became belligerent and started yelling. He was issued a citation and advised about his attitude. He started yelling again and was advised to stop.