Verndale Alliance holds marriage event Oct. 4 Verndale Alliance Church will hold a one-day event for married couples called "I Still Do." The event will be held Saturday, Oct. 4 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Val G. Hake and Gwendolyn J. Hake, h&w, hereby conveys to Jeffrey D. Schindecker and Monica P. Schindeldecker, individually and as trustees of the Trust Agreement of Monica P. Schindeldecker dated February 10, 2014, Lot 10 of Taylor's Sunset Beach. Viljo D. Katainen and Elma Katainen, h&w, hereby conveys to Roger D. Traverse and Kay A. Traverse, as jt ten, the N 550' of the W 792' of the NW ¼ NW ¼ of Section 10, Twp 137, R35, except the E 355' of the N 550' of the E 792' of the NW ¼ NW ¼ of Section 10, Twp. 137, R35. Robert A. Skarka and Sandra M.
Wadena-Deer Creek Elementary has been awarded the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Grant for the 2014-15 school year. This is the fourth time WDC has been awarded this grant. The Minnesota Department of Education administers the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Snack Program (FFVP) through a federal grant.
David Ray Cantrell, 38, Fergus Falls, warrant: theft. William Gregory Gorieski Lee, 24, Menahga. warrant: fleeing an officer. David James Loeffler, 29, Wadena, warrant: disorderly conduct. Thomas McClellan Davidson, 48, Edina, warrant: traffic violation.
With fall's radiant colors bathed in the mid-autumn sun mingling over a beer tap-driven waterwheel, the scene in the heart of Minnesota's lake country is idyllic for the grand opening of a new microbrewery and taproom. Gull Dam Brewing Inc. announced plans Tuesday to present to the public on October 11 its first handcrafted beer creations in time for Oktoberfest and Nisswa's annual Pub Tour. "No one has produced artisan craft beers on such an operational scale in the Brainerd area," said owner Rep. Mark Anderson, R-Lake Shore, whose district includes Wadena.
The following Bemidji State University students are members of the women's volleyball team for the 2014-2015 season. • Rachel Craig, senior, business administration; middle blocker • Kelsi Crawford, senior, nursing; outside hitter • Courtney Volkmann, senior, exercise science; setter • Caitlin Volkmann, freshman, exercise science; defensive specialist Wayne Chadwick is the head volleyball coach and is entering his fifth season at Bemidji State. Bemidji State University is an NCAA Division II institution and a member of the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference (NSIC).
Twenty-one youth represented Wadena County at the Minnesota State Fair this year, competing from Aug. 25 to 27. They were: Katherine Benson - red ribbon: chickens (breeding pen), poultry BBQ, poultry judging, poultry poster, blue ribbon: livestock demonstration; Brody Brockpahler - red ribbon: red and white senior yearling; Connor Dailey - blue ribbon: exploring the environment (grade 6-8); Lucas Doyle - blue ribbon: bicycle (grade 6-8), red ribbon: comm. wh. and spkl.
Speeding Tyler Jackson Brune, 28, Frazee, 75/65, fees $130. Ryan Micah Delapena, 28, Pequot Lakes, 76/55, fees $230. Daniel Calvin Demers, 22, Coon Rapids, 80/65, fees $150. William John Hanson, 43, Sebeka, 74/55, fees $150. Jonathan Scott Kusch, 21, Duluth, 75/65, fees $130. Andrew James Larson, 23, Corcoran, Minn., 75/65, fees $130. Wayne Robert Oberg, 19, Shelly, Minn., 50/40, fees $130. Kimberly Ann Palazeke Olson, 50, Wadena, 40/30, fees $130. Tyler Allen Schmitz, 22, Verndale, 65/55, fees $130. Hollie Jillene Staebell, 39, Pennock, 57/45, fees $140. Jordan S
Sept. 12 • A female at Bell Hill alleged another resident put his hands on her and she wished to speak with a deputy. It was learned the two people had gotten into a verbal argument and the man had pushed the woman. The woman then chased the man with a pool cue. Neither resident wished to press charges. • A male resident at Lakewood in Staples alleged a male staff member assaulted him sexually. The resident was referred to the sheriff's office by the city of Staples. • An elderly Wadena resident made a report at 3:26 p.m.
United Way Gears Up for Fund Drive The Wadena Area United Way officially kicked off its 2014-2015 fund drive at last week's Chamber-sponsored chili challenge. The fund-raising goal is $23,500 to provide support to twelve local agencies and special projects.