Monthly Archives: January 2001

Cowboy poetry is coming to Little Falls

Cowboy poetry in Minnesota. Ya sure, you betcha. House Concert managers believe that cowboy poetry is alive and well. The managers have announced Blanche Evridge as their next artist in the Little Falls House Concert series. Evridge can be seen … Continue reading

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CLC theatre department to present ‘Hello, Dolly!’

Still accompanied by the whoopla that garnished its record-breaking seven-year run in New York, Hello Dolly! will come swaying into the Central Lakes College’s John Chalberg Theatre, on February 14, for 10 performances through February 25. With songs by Jerry … Continue reading

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Call for artists who want to ‘party’

It’s time to celebrate the arts with the Great River Arts Association’s fifth annual, “Party for the Arts.” This annual event is not only a fund-raiser for the organization, but an opportunity to bring artists and art supporters together in … Continue reading

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Pet of the Week

A “very fluffy, cuddly and affectionate,” one- to two-year old male orange tiger-striped cat is the featured Pet of the Week by the Morrison County Animal Humane Society. A tour of the shelter is aired daily at 7:30 p.m. on … Continue reading

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Course in winter camping teaches teamwork at Ripley

(Pictured are Josh Lund of Perham, Danny Burkholder of Menahga, Jake Nygren of Cushing, and Cody Peterson of Fort Ripley) “Ideal weather is from 10 above to 10 below,” Carson asserted. “This minimizes chances of oversweating and getting hypothermia.” Each … Continue reading

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Course in winter camping teaches teamwork at Ripley

The best way to appreciate the great outdoors is to be there. Students in the Natural Resources program at Central Lakes College learned to appreciate warm clothing, a good fire, cozy tents, and each other during the one-credit weekend class … Continue reading

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Pierz team wins tourney

Pierz seventh grade boys tied for first in the Howard Lake tourney in December and won the Pierz Tournament on January 20. Team members include (back) Travis Stegora, Matt Poepping, Adam Boser, Brandon Grittner, Justin Gross, Shane Weber, (front) Joey … Continue reading

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Students nominated for Triple ‘A’ award

Two Little Falls Community High School seniors have been nominated for the Academics, Arts, and Athletics Award recently. Established in 1988, The Academics, Arts, and Athletics Award (Triple “A”) Award) is sponsored by the Minnesota State High School League. The … Continue reading

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District 484 special elections facts

This week we will discuss Question No. 1 (Classrooms and Site Improvements) and Question No. 2 (Gymnasium) of the bond referendum, and the voting procedure for the bond referendum. On February 20, 2001, Pierz School District 484 is holding a … Continue reading

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Exchange Club announces Boy of the Month

The Little Falls Exchange Club has announced its December Boy of the Month. Daniel Jensen is the son of David Jensen and Ruth Jeremiason-Jensen of Little Falls. Dan’s activities in school have included participation in Math League, Knowledge Bowl, school … Continue reading

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