After logging over 25 years of coaching throwers, John Crandall is stepping down. Crandall coached several Wadena-Deer Creek throwers to record-breaking heights during his tenure.
'Nurturing, selfless, competent and loving:' Karon Thew named Wadena County Child Care Provider of the Year
Thew said in an interview that her favorite thing about the day care “is watching the kids grow up and watching them learn. It’s so cool – there’s something about it that’s really awesome – something about how their memory works.”
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A 10-degree difference is the same difference, no matter where it is on the temperature scale.
They're scheduled to begin Monday at 9 a.m. in Cook, Itasca and St. Louis counties, on Tuesday in Koochiching County, and on Wednesday morning in Lake County.
Without comment but on a unanimous vote, Prinsburg City Council members in a special meeting Friday, Dec. 2, denied a proposed ordinance that would have allowed residents to bring civil lawsuits against abortion providers.
Under a plan approved by a key panel of the Democratic National Committee Friday, Dec. 2, South Carolina will hold the first primary on Feb. 3. Of the states vying for the early primary spots, Michigan, another diverse Upper Midwest state, was seen as Minnesota’s strongest competitor. Michigan's primary will be on Feb. 27,
The psychologist lied about providing services to at least 29 members of the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community, resulting in more than half a million dollars in losses to the tribe.
The caller croons to circle to the left, swing your partner, look ‘em in the eye and promenade. Gleeful “whoohoos” erupt from square dancers, the floor aswirl with smiles, Western-style shirts and flouncy, ruffled skirts.
The Wadena-Deer Creek girls basketball team handed Staples Motley 65-29 on its home opener on Thursday night.
The Minnesota Department of Education on Friday, Nov. 18, said it ordered all school districts to create a plan to provide all students with the same meals regardless of lunch debt status.
In this week's Fielding Questions, Don Kinzler offers advice for caring for a weeping fig, tips for thinning apples, and tells readers it's not too late to wrap trees to prevent sunscald damage.