Monthly Archives: June 2002

Pierz nips Aitkin; falls to Brainerd

Pierz and Aitkin combined Tuesday evening to score 25 runs and crank out 24 hits. After the final blow was delivered, it was Pierz who remained standing by a score of 13-12. Jon Kahl survived the onslaught to pick up … Continue reading

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Royalton Legion suffers first loss

Cross Lake played host to Royalton for a pair of five-inning American Legion baseball games Thursday evening. Pete Gleisner continued his dominance on the mound in game one as he struck out seven and allowed only two hits in a … Continue reading

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Local runners take part in 26th annual Grandma’s Marathon

Over 16,000 runners took part in this year’s 26th annual Grandma’s Marathon June 22 in downtown Duluth. Included in this field were 12 runners from the Morrison County area. On the men’s side, Scott Fischer of Pierz finished in 560th … Continue reading

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Atlanta Braves and Philadelphia Phillies scouts conduct evaluation camp in LF

“This is mainly an evaluation camp,” Petersen explained. “It has happened where a minor league team will have a guy get hurt and the organization will ask us if we have anybody that can step in and someone will be … Continue reading

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Atlanta Braves and Philadelphia Phillies scouts conduct evaluation camp in LF

(Photo above: New Little Falls High School baseball coach Mark Dunlap, left, observed while Atlanta Braves head midwestern scout Stu Conn ran the radar gun. Conn was in town to conduct an evaluation/tryout camp at Flyer Memorial Field. Staff photo … Continue reading

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Atlanta Braves and Philadelphia Phillies scouts conduct evaluation camp in LF

Baseball players had an opportunity to strut their stuff in front of a pair of major league scouts Thursday morning at Flyer Memorial Field in Little Falls. Stu Conn of the Atlanta Braves and Ernie Petersen of the Philadelphia Phillies … Continue reading

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Tornado season … be alert

A tornado is defined as a violently rotating column of air extending from a thunderstorm to the ground. The most violent tornadoes are capable or tremendous destruction with wind speeds of 20\50 MPH or more. Damage can be in excess … Continue reading

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Lisa Wimmer rejoins MC Record

After nine years, two more children, another bachelor’s degree and a year and a half of teaching experience, Lisa Wimmer has returned to the Morrison County Record news offices. Wimmer mostly wrote business news and feature stories for the Record … Continue reading

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Pro-Life monument dedicated at Bowlus church

(Pictured are those involved with erecting the pro-life monuments, front row from left, Don Bartkowicz, Margie Benusa, Don Biniek, Mary Leners, Rick and Rosie Watzecha, Mike Reis, Dorothy Psyck, Ken Heisick, Marv Trettel and Father Gregory Mastey; back row, Dave … Continue reading

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Pro-Life monument dedicated at Bowlus church

Four pro-life monuments are planned for four Catholic parishes in Morrison County.The first of the four pro-life monuments was dedicated Tuesday at the St. Stanislaus Catholic Church in Bowlus by the Knights of Columbus, Council 12604.

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