Monthly Archives: January 2003

Pioneer fifth grader wins district geography bee

Tyler Nordmann, a fifth grader at Pioneer Elementary in Pierz, recently won the District 484 Geography Bee. Tyler received a medal and a large world atlas donated by the Parent-Teacher Organization. Tyler then took a written test that will determine … Continue reading

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Paul and Kathy’s Supermarket to re-open in Upsala

(Pictured are Kathy Koetter, Cindy Fleischacker and Paul Koetter as they stock shelves at Paul and Kathy’s Supermarket in Upsala. The store will reopen Monday Feb. 13 at 7:30 for the first time since a Jan. 15 fire. Staff photo … Continue reading

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Paul and Kathy’s Supermarket to re-open in Upsala

When fire struck Paul and Kathy’s Supermarket in Upsala, the repercussions were great. Loyal customers of the grocer were forced to drive out of their way to get the very necessities of life.“This has been really stressful,” said Kathy Koetter … Continue reading

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Little Falls Flyers honor Jack Peck

Jack Peck, announcer for Little Falls athletics, is shown in his brand new letter jacket. Peck has been a part of Flyer sports since 1959 and was honored at Fan Appreciation Night Jan. 24. The jacket was presented to Peck … Continue reading

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To ‘stay’ or not to ‘stay’

Judge Thomas Godzala (pictured), who is one of two judges presiding in Morrison County Court, recently met with the Morrison County Commissioners to address these and other questions.The second Morrison County District Judge Scherer was on rotation the day of … Continue reading

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To ‘stay’ or not to ‘stay’

Are the judges being too lenient? Should people who are found guilty of an offense be handed stiffer penalties? Are all the programs offered to inmates too easy on them?

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Triple “A” winners at Pierz Healy High School

Ben Durheim and Nicolette Weber participated in the sub-section 18 Academics, Arts and Athletics Award (Triple “A”) program Jan. 22 at Holiday Inn in St. Cloud. The two Healy High School seniors were selected recently to represent the Pierz School … Continue reading

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And they’re off!

Pack 51 held off their annual Pinewood Derby race. Scouts create their own race cars for the derby. Every scout receives a building kit that includes a wooden block, wheels and stickers. The boys design their car, create the shape … Continue reading

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Royalton boys defeat Isle 61-28

Royalton 61, Isle 28The Royal boys basketball team easily topped Isle Jan. 28 by a score of 61-28. The victory raises Royalton to 9-5 on the season.Royalton jumped to an early 13-6 lead in the first and added 12 more … Continue reading

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Flyer Nordic skiing competes at Mora Invitational

Josh Gold raced to a second place finish at the Mora Invitational Jan. 28. Gold’s time of 18:48 was 24 seconds off the lead time of Chris Woodward of Brainerd who finished with an 18:24.Tim Wasland and Jared Asmus finished … Continue reading

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