Monthly Archives: July 2002

Georgeio Design’s gizmos and gadgets include plane for Lindbergh celebration

Sitting outside the old Hammerbeck Nursery and Landscaping building in Little Falls is a model plane that is hoped to be used by the Little Falls Lindbergh Lions for this week’s Lindbergh celebration in Little Falls. Georgeio Hammerbeck, who runs … Continue reading

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Adoption of campaign-related activities policy questioned

The Morrison County Commissioners adopted a campaign related activities policy for the Government Center and its employees.The policy states that no employee, during work hours, shall use authority or official influence to compel any co-worker or member of the public … Continue reading

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LFCHS wrestler is first-ever girls Junior National Champ

(Pictured is Rachel Holthaus of Bowlus displaying her plaque from the U.S. Junior National Tournament in Fargo, ND. Staff photo by Adam Czech)This was the first year there was a girls bracket at the tournament. Since Holthaus was in the … Continue reading

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LFCHS wrestler is first-ever girls Junior National Champ

The trophies and medals are starting to pile up for Rachel Holthaus.Holthaus, who will be a sophomore at Little Falls Community High School this fall, won the girls U.S. Wrestling Junior Nationals in Fargo, ND last weekend.

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Multifoods Distribution Group sold; includes Rice facility

International Multifoods Corporation announced on July 30 that it had entered into an agreement with the newly formed affiliate of Wellspring Capital Management LLC, a private equity investment firm based in New York City, to sell the stock of its … Continue reading

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Local Relay For Life surpasses $105,000

(Picture: Participating in the children’s walk at the Relay For Life were the twin daughters of Cliff and Amy Segler, Megan and Madison. Amy’s mother, Pat Copa, hit with cancer recently, participated in the survivors’ walk. Staff photo by Joyce … Continue reading

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Local Relay For Life surpasses $105,000

(Picture: Before the teams took to the track at the recent Morrison County Relay For Life, the cancer survivors made their walk. They were led by 2003 Relay co-chairs, Tar and Sandy Smith. Staff photo by Joyce Moran)The top individual … Continue reading

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Local Relay For Life surpasses $105,000

(Pictured before the local Relay For Life got underway, Co-chairs Susy and Dr. Phil Prosapio thanked everyone for attending. Across Flyer Field, in the grandstands, luminaries spelled out the theme of the night—One Day, One Night, One Reason. Staff photo … Continue reading

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Local Relay For Life surpasses $105,000

As of last Thursday, figures computed indicated that the ninth annual Morrison County Relay For Life raised over $105,000. With more money still coming in, the exact amount was not yet known. The initial figure, however, according to Co-Chairperson Susan … Continue reading

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MC residents should hold on in the market

Another day, another dip in the stock market return numbers. When is it time to get out? Should investors ride it out?According to Kevin Davis, investment consultant at Community First in Little Falls, “This is not the time to sell; … Continue reading

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