Monthly Archives: November 2000

Snowplow safety is not only the responsibility of the driver

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Royalton octogenarians grateful to be back home again

She’s a survivor, and he’s her wellspring of support. It’s been a trying year for Clarence and Marguerite Gocken of Royalton, but they’re ever thankful to be back together again during this holiday season. Through sheer determination, and a lot … Continue reading

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A sure sign of winter

It’s a sure sign of winter when there is enough snow to build a nine-foot snowman such as the one that stands guard at the Jarle Scott residence at 605 12th Street N.E. Little Falls. The snowman was constructed by … Continue reading

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Pierz superintendent’s contract ratified

After months of inactivity on November 22, the Pierz School Board renewed the superintendent’s contact for another two years retroactive to July 1, 2000 and ending June 30, 2002. Board Chair Bridget Britz indicated the contract benefits and salary increase … Continue reading

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Little Falls Community Services Classes and Activities

• November 28—Christmas lights at the VA Hospital and Snowman Crafts for AD students begins (LFCHS Special Education Room, 3:30 – 5 p.m.) and Iron-on T-shirt transfers (7 – 9 p.m. in Computer Tech Lab) and CLC Advisor at Central … Continue reading

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City officials negotiate cable TV agreements

The Pierz City Council came a step closer to renewing the franchise agreement with US Cable of Coastal – Texas L.P. Monday night. Steve Johnson from the company’s Cold Spring office appeared before the council to negotiate a new tower … Continue reading

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School requests support for summer recreation programs

Although summer vacation is six months away, plans are being formulated now for summer youth activities. Mary Tschida, community education director for the Pierz School District, met with the Pierz City Council Monday night to talk about funding the summer … Continue reading

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No guarantees for those wishing to receive flu vaccine

Since late spring and early summer, consumers have been alerted that there would be a delay in receiving their supply of flu vaccine. Now many are being told they will receive no more or none of their order. The main … Continue reading

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Storm rallies to beat Flyers by a goal in final moments

Little Falls fell victim to three goals in the final six minutes when the Flyers dropped an 8-7 non-conference high school hockey game to the visiting Storm of Sauk Rapids on Tuesday night. The Flyers tied the score (5-5) at … Continue reading

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Pierz and Swanville are winners in basketball season openers

Strong outside shooting and tough defensive play helped Pierz defeat Royalton, 67-23, in non-conference girls’ basketball action on Tuesday evening. Three Pioneers were in double figures, led by junior forward Shiela Stegora who scored 20 points and grabbed 13 rebounds. … Continue reading

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