Wadena News Staff
By Jake Heppner A road is a prepared way of travel from one location to another - it's the best way to get from point 'A' to point 'B.' The Bible is like a road map for life; God addresses all our needs for this life and shows us the 'road' to heaven. One of the most useful tools I've ever used to understanding the Bible and God's plan of salvation is called the 'Romans Road.' The apostle Paul wrote a lengthy, detailed thesis to his readers in Rome describing God's expectations of every person, regardless of religion or denomination, nationality or social class.
By Louis Rutten, Principal, WDC Elementary At WDC Schools, classrooms have settled into their routine events, students are living up to great expectations, and are tackling new content with excellent effort. We are especially pleased with the support our parents and community have given us each and every year and most importantly, we are impressed with the efforts of students. This support and effort is crucial to the success of all learners and it results in great recognition for our school community. WDC Elementary learned recently that
By David Anderson Minnesota resident veterans with 100 percent service-connected permanent disability can apply for a free eli-gibility card that allows them to re-ceive a free small game and either-sex deer hunting license each year. “Disabled veterans will no longer have to bring their paperwork to the license agent every year,” said Steve Michaels, licensing program director for the Minnesota Department of Nat-ural Resources (DNR). “They’ll need their paperwork to apply but once the card is issued, dis-abled veterans can simply present the eligibility card to receive a license.” Obtai
In our oct. 10 edition, we published the date of MState's Open House as Oct. 28. The correct date of the Open House is Oct. 10 in Wadena.
Bob Tubandt’s Wadena Boxing Club will start practice for the 2013-2014 season Oct. 21 at the National Guard Armory in Wadena. Two-hour practice sessions will begin at 6 p.m. on...
Local attorneys prepared Wadena-Deer Creek High School students today for the upcoming Minnesota Su-preme Court visit on Oct. 9 in Wadena. Attorneys Paul Carlson, Dan Carlisle, Sue Ann Lind, Don Niles, Matthew Van Bruggen and Malcolm Whynott visited Robby Grendahl and Brian Maki’s social studies classrooms Tuesday in an effort to help students understand the role of the Minnesota Supreme Court, as well as what to expect when observing an oral argument - especially what is expected of them with respect to courtroom decorum. The attorneys also outlined the actual case, State of Minnesota vs.
RIN PORTER Special to the Pioneer Journal Several citizens attended the coun-cil meeting on Oct. 7 to air their con-cerns about the noise made by barking dogs at the Wadena County Humane Society (WCHS) building at 310 Ash Avenue, in Wadena. Two representatives from the Hu-mane Society also attended. Mayor Wayne Wolden and Coun-cil Member Toby Pierce asked ques-tions and gave opinions about the situation. Susan Stoddard, President of the WCHS, and Caroline Hartman, shelter manager, told the council about the measures they have taken to reduce the barking problem.
Wadena-Deer Creek (WDC) High School welcomed 14 foreign-exchange students recently by hosting a “Welcome-to-WDC” luncheon. The foreign-exchange students are staying with families in the WDC School District. Each student is sponsored through an international organization, such as Nacel Open Door, International Student Exchange (ISE), and Aspect Foundation Student Exchange. • Jangwoo “Jared” Chung (S.
As of Oct. 1, Minnesotans have a new resource to find health insurance coverage that fits their needs and budget. MNsure is a marketplace where individuals, families and small businesses can find, compare, choose and get quality health care coverage. MNsure plans will offer health insurance coverage beginning Jan. 1 and individuals, families, and small businesses have until Mar. 31 to enroll in plans for 2014.