The University of North Dakota released its 2016 Spring Semester dean's list, and it includes several students from the state of Minnesota. The list comprises students whose grade point average are in the top 15 percent of the enrollment in each of the University's degree granting colleges and schools. A student must have completed no fewer than 12 semester hours of academic work for the semester, of which eight or more hours must be graded work. Area students who made the list include: Bluffton Brittin Roberts. Wadena
Alexander Jessen Alexander Remus Lee Jessen, boy, was born June 6 to Samantha Line and Andrew Jessen of New York Mills. He weighed 8 lbs. 2 oz. and was 21 inches long. He was delivered by Dr. Andrea Westby at Perham Health in Perham. Grandparents are Sally Line of New York Mills, Leroy Line of Coon Rapids and Laurie Reger of Sebeka. Great-grandparents are Delores Wallgren of New York Mills and Kermit and Inez line of Verndale.Older sister Autumn welcomes him home. Reese Pettit
P R O P E R T Y T R A N S F E R S Alice J. Ollila, single person, hereby conveys to Emily E. Crabb and Gregory D. Crabb, as jt ten,
Stop funding for Planned Parenthood How can our state, our government, keep funding Planned Parenthood when they torture and dismember live babies outside the womb so they can get their beating hearts, livers, brains and other organs to sell to the highest bidder? Does Minnesota's governor not know what happens during abortions? Does he not know what Planned Parenthood does to babies to make money so employees can live lavishly? This is, has been, a holocaust beyond imagining - and in the United States of America!
Molly Kraemer has received a $2,500 Kenneth R. Skjegstad scholarship from Minnesota State University Moorhead. Kraemer is the daughter of Dave and Trisha Kraemer, Wadena. The Kenneth R. Skjegstad scholarship requires attendance at the Benefactor Luncheon.
In the 24th annual Great American Think-Off, Sam Dennison of San Francisco, Calif. successfully argued that income inequality does indeed threaten democracy. Silver medalist Alex Liuzzi also gave a convincing argument, but the audience cast their votes in favor of Dennison's position and thus another year's topic has been resolved. Bronze medalists Alice Obrecht and Kim Larson also argued their points in what was a close vote in all three rounds of debate.
Speeding Brent Michael Atherton, 34, Minneapolis, 95/55, fees $390. Randy Michael Beaver, 61, Verndale, 53/40, fees $140. Thomas William Belcher, 46, Staples, 65/55, fees $130. Samuel Andrew Brackin, 29, Eagan, 68/55, fees $140. Robbin Marie Chase, 49, Sebeka, 65/55, fees $130. Hans David Halvorson, 49, Park Rapids, 40/30, fees $130. Angel Dawn Hanson, 41, Wadena, 75/60, fees $150. Allan Arthur Kremer, 69, Minneapolis, 51/40, fees $140. Ryan William Marvin, 33, Minneapolis, 65/55, fees $130.
The following students have been named to the Minnesota State University Moorhead dean's list in recognition of academic achievement spring semester 2016. Students must maintain a 3.25 or higher grade point average and carry 12 graded credits to qualify for the honor. Aldrich Brook Selvey. Bertha Jared Hoemberg and Skylar Voge. Bluffton Brooke Kupfer. Deer Creek Austin Hendershot. Hewitt Kit Murray, Ashley Peters and Alexandra Tollefson.
Hannah VanHale, Bertha, made the dean's list for the spring semester at St. Cloud Technical and Community College. To make the dean's list, students must have a grade point average of 3.5 to 3.9.
June 6 • Aaron Gregory Abbott, 38, of Columbia Heights, was stopped and issued a citation for speeding 95/60 mph zone. June 7 • Pamela Kay Reiman, 42, of Wadena, was stopped and issued a citation for no proof of insurance and no Minnesota driver's license. • Katherine Marie Rohr, 50, of Wadena, was stopped and issued a citation for unlawful passing and failure to stop at a stop sign. June 11 • Shane Anthony Spicer, 43, of Wadena, was stopped and issued a citation for driving after revocation.