City of Wadena not displaying common sense about kennel ordinance Regarding the Animal Shelter's plight, I keep hearing the phrase "common sense" but don't see or hear much of that surfacing here, certainly not on the part of the City of Wadena and the complainants! I suspect the strongest complaints originated with people who willingly moved near the animal shelter and then decided to complain about the dogs. No common sense there! Let's discuss fair and equal rights. If you want noise restrictions on the dogs (4 p.m. to 9 a.m is inhumane), then be legitimate about it.
Harpist to play concert at Methodist Church Sept. 28 On Sunday, Sept. 28 at 2 p.m. the Miss Wadena Pageant Committee will present Twin Cities harpist Stephanie Claussen in a free concert at Wadena United Methodist Church. Claussen is a recipient of a 2014 Art Tour Minnesota Grant. Although she's only 27, Claussen has already been playing harp for 20 years. She studied the instrument at the University of Minnesota and has been performing professionally in the Twin Cities and surrounding areas since she was 14.
Every week in Minnesota, more than 100 babies are born with a greater risk of developing brain damage. All because their mothers decided to drink alcohol during their pregnancies. It's a tragic, preventable problem that begs for more awareness, action and solutions. And now is the time to do it. September is Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders month.
Wadena-Deer Creek seventh-graders participated in a day-long outdoor retreat Sept.
The Minnesota Association of School Administrators (MASA) has named Jerald Nesland, Executive Director of the Freshwater Education District, the recipient of the MASA Polaris Leadership Award. Nesland will be honored for his exemplary school leadership and a lifetime of balanced achievement inside and outside of education at a statewide recognition ceremony to be held at the 2014 MASA Fall Conference, Sept. 28-30, in Brainerd.
Minnesota drivers will face a 1-in-88 chance of hitting a deer on the state's highways this year, according to a report released Monday by the nation's largest auto insurance company. State Farm's annual report estimates that Minnesota drivers will collide with 37,549 deer in 2014. Minnesota drivers have the 8th highest odds of hitting a deer among the 50 states, according to the report, down from 6th highest in last year's report.
Fall Bazaar set for Oct. 4 Our Saviour's Lutheran Church will host a fall bazaar on Saturday, Oct. 4 from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.. There will be numerous baked goods, fresh produce, crafts and quilted items for sale. Lunch will be available for purchase. The church is located at 401 2nd Street SE in Sebeka.
Fannie Mae, aka Federal National Mortgage Association, by ServiceLink, a Division of Chicago Title Insurance Company, as AIF, hereby conveys to Norman Hillukka, Lot 4 of Block 2 of Odlands Pine Acres. Miles W. Kreklau and Betty I. Kreklau, h&w; Roxanne Parks and Gregg Parks, w&h, and Murlyn R. Kreklau and Gertrude A. Kreklau, h&w, hereby conveys to Jason L. Rasmussen and Katie L. Rasmussen, as jt ten, the S 500' of the W 259' of the SE1/4 SW1/4 of Section 8, Twp. 136, R34, and the S 500' of the E 41' of the SW1/4 SW1/4 of Section 8, Twp. 136, R34. Wayne R. Holden and Genevieve M.
Minnesota 4-H youth members from 86 counties exhibited over 2,600 non-livestock projects at the 4-H Building and 2,801 animal science projects at the 2014 Minnesota State Fair. These 4-Hers all placed high at their county fairs with their project work, thereby earning them the top honor of exhibiting at the State Fair this year.
Amanda Marie Lang, 23, Wadena, warrant: traffic. David James Loeffler, 29, Wadena, warrant: domestic assault. Nathan Ward Peet, 37, Park Rapids, warrant: contempt of court. Heidi Maria Willprecht, 46, Wadena, warrant: traffic. David Wesley Tendler, 41, warrant: traffic. Kevin Alan Boreen, 53, Browerville, warrant: traffic.