Monthly Archives: January 2002

Senior Citizens, Inc. financial review given

The financial review of Senior Citizens, Inc. for 2001 was given the Little Falls City Council Monday evening. According to the report, as prepared by CPA Gary Paulson, receipts for the year totaled $55,961. This includes the annual $16,000 from … Continue reading

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Rep. Blaine announces e-mail newsletter

Representative Greg Blaine announced recently a new approach to keeping constituents informed about happenings at the state capitol in 2002. Blaine and a group of other Representatives in the Minnesota House are reaching out this year with email-based constituent newsletters. … Continue reading

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Bread Tax …what does it all mean?

As of January 1, 2002, a new law took effect in the state of Minnesota that extends the definition of what qualifies as a taxable food item, and what does not. Many local business owners however, are hoping to convince … Continue reading

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LFCHS class of 1982 seeks classmates

The Little Falls Community High School Class of 1982 is having its 20-year reunion on July 27. Members are asked to contact Jane (Wippler) Kunkel at 632-6352 or janekunkel@yahoo.com or Michele (Rens) Andringa at 632-0910 or andringa@spectrumprt. com with any … Continue reading

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Pierz Council agrees to support fire truck purchase

Showing its support for the need of a new pumper truck for the fire department, the Pierz City Council voted unanimously to pay 35 percent or $70,000 toward its purchase. This would be contingent upon the Eastern Morrison County Fire … Continue reading

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Little Falls Community Services

Classes and ActivitiesAdult Ed. and Basic GED classes will meet again Feb. 4. Playtime for toddlers is held every Wednesday from 10 to 11:30 a.m. All events are held at Central Office.• Feb. 4—AARP refresher at LFCMS; and Internet and … Continue reading

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Royalton School Board accepts $30,000 scholarship fund

“This is an incredibly generous gift and the first, to our knowledge, of anything this size,” said Superintendent Dr. John Franzoia. Franzoia was addressing the Royalton School Board at its meeting Tuesday. The gift referred to was a $30,000 donation … Continue reading

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Royalton Board receives overview of Title 1 program

The Title 1 program at Royalton Elementary has 92 students participating. Seventy-seven have reading concerns and 74 have math concerns. Some of the student have both. This was the information presented to the Royalton School Board on Tuesday. Jack Steffes, … Continue reading

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LF December Athletes of the Month announced

Rachel Davich and Paul Hochsprung, seniors, were recently named the Little Falls High School December Athletes of the Month. Davich leads the Flyer Girls’ Basketball Team in scoring, rebounds, blocks and shooting percentage. In her first 10 games she’s had … Continue reading

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Pierz wrestler gets 100th career win

A Pierz sophomore reached a milestone in his high school wrestling career on Thursday night. Craig Luberts scored his 100th career win when Pierz hosted Big Lake in a Central Minnesota Conference battle. Pierz defeated Big Lake, 57-9, and Luberts … Continue reading

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