Lillian Schmitz Lillian Patricia Schmitz, girl, was born on Feb. 14 to Jordan Irish and Nathan Schmitz of Wadena. She weighed 6 lbs., 14 oz. and was 19 inches long. She was delivered by Dr. Shaneen Schmidt at Tri-County Health Care in Wadena. Proud grandparents are Tina and David Irish, Theresa Dunbar and Andrew Schmitz. She welcomed home by our two dogs Jack and Gin.
Jason R. Kempe, single person, hereby conveys to Deanna L. Gould, Lot 8, Block 1 of Cokley's Addition to Wadena. Richard H. Allen, single person, hereby conveys to Braden Muhonen, that part of the NE1/4 of Section 4, Twp.
Wadena-Deer Creek Family Career & Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) members who attended the Region 6 Mid-Winter meeting in Wheaton, Monday, Feb.
The following students were missed on the Wadena-Deer Creek Honor Roll. They made the "A" Honor Roll: Blaine Cooper, Kylee Damm, Kayla Hanson, Madeleine Hinojos, Kylie Lupkes, Carrie Nelson and Danyel Post.
A Trades and Technology Showcase will feature informational sessions about 11 career programs offered on the Wadena campus of Minnesota State Community and Technical College on Tuesday, Feb. 24. The featured programs are: • Cosmetology • Electrical Lineworker Technology • Electrical Technology • Gas Utility Construction and Service • Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) • Industrial Maintenance • Massage Therapy • Medical Office Careers • Network Administration and Security • Nursing • Pharmacy Technology The showcase is from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Jody Ann Kamann, 30, Perham, warrant: traffic violation. Bradley Miles Livingston, 46, Menahga, warrant: traffic violation. Timothy Randall Hatchard, 26, Ottertail, warrant: disturbing the peace. Juan Gabriel Garcia, 28, Brooklyn Center, warrant: contempt of court. Justin Grant Hinkle, 27, Rothsay, warrant: theft.
Four Wadena-Deer Creek students are taking a small step toward addressing poverty in Haiti by organizing a shoe drive. Kendra Evans, Briana Malone, Kassi Peterson and Hannah Vorderbruggen are National Honor Society (NHS) students who chose the Soles4Souls charity shoe drive as their global NHS project. "Through this global service project, we hope to make a small difference to people in need in Haiti," said Malone, adding that Haitian families have been ravaged by natural disasters in recent years. The NHS students are asking WDC Middle/High School students to look in their closets for shoe
Speeding James Jay Persak, 49, Wadena, 79/65, fees $140. Traffic Court Michael Ray Andreoff, 25, Dilworth, seat belt, fees $115. Ryan David Alsobrook, 31, Miles City, Mont., seat belt, falsified log book, fees $415. Jeffrey Francis Baert, 46, Staples, driving after revocation, fees $290. Kelly Lynn Brown, 37, Verndale, uninsured vehicle, fees $290. Michael James Ingersoll, 22, Wadena, no driver's license, fees $190. Mitchell Dean Kopp, 23, Verndale, window tint, fees $140. Sentenced Robert Paul Berthelot, 56, Sebeka, fleeing a
Reuter Family Dentistry opened its doors to provide free dental care for low-income kids. The Wadena practice was part of a statewide initiative called "Give Kids A Smile" through which children are given free dental care. "Research has shown strong links between people's oral maintenance and their overall health," said Dr. Heidi Reuter, D.D.S. and owner of Reuter Family Dentistry.
Feb. 5 • A complainant reported a stranger banging on his door and hollering. The complainant could not provide a description of the man because he did not feel comfortable enough to look out the window. A patrolman arrested the suspect on a probation violation. • A verbal fight between a man and his female neighbor was reported at 12:54 a.m. The man was holding some money for the woman and she wanted it back. The man alleged the female grabbed his knife and cut herself. • A Wadena resident alleged two disruptive juveniles were breaking items in his home.