Monthly Archives: September 2003

Area principals talk about safety measures in their schools

In light of September 24th’s school shooting at Rocori High School in Cold Spring, many are probably wondering how safe their own schools are. Those in the five public school districts in Morrison County are no exception. Each of the … Continue reading

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Flyer swimming continues making progress

The Little Falls swim team traveled to Apollo for a Sept. 30 meet in which they came away with three wins and seven runner-ups. The team ended up on the short end of the meet, losing 105-79. Brittany Corrow came … Continue reading

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Flyers earn 1-1 draw with late goal on Senior Night

(Pictured is Little Falls forward Andrea Ploof as she tries to take a bouncing shot away from the Storm goal keeper during the second half of the Oct. 2 game. Staff photo by Jason Olson)“I knew this team would be … Continue reading

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Flyers earn 1-1 draw with late goal on Senior Night

(Pictured is Flyer Senior Andrea Ploof (12) as she challenges a Sauk Rapids player (14) for the ball during the first half of their 1-1 draw at the Belle Prairie soccer fields. A physical first half led to a few … Continue reading

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Flyers earn 1-1 draw with late goal on Senior Night

It was a game that could have come straight from the Women’s World Cup as Little Falls hosted Sauk Rapids in its final regular season game at the Belle Prairie soccer field, Oct. 2.“Darn! These girls are a great group … Continue reading

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A rising problem, methamphetamine use in Morrison County

(Pictured are some of the almost 200 community members who showed up for the Oct. 2 training session on methamphetamine use in Morrison County. The group represented law enforcement, counselors, hospital staff, realtors, and many others who are more likely … Continue reading

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A rising problem, methamphetamine use in Morrison County

(Pictured is Morrison County Chief Deputy Tom Ploof who spoke to approximately 200 people at Oct. 2’s methamphetamine training session in the Government Center. A community forum also took place that same evening at the Little Falls Community High School. … Continue reading

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A rising problem, methamphetamine use in Morrison County

Otherwise known as “crank,” methamphetamine (meth) use in Morrison County is just now showing its face. In an attempt to spread awareness and give some training on dealing with meth labs and use in the area, three branches of the … Continue reading

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Little Falls grad wins golf championship

Little Falls Community Highschool graduate Paul Martin, ‘00, recently took medalist honors at the Inaugural Upper Midwest Athletic Conference (UMAC) golf conference championship. Martin, a senior at the University of Minnesota- Morris, not only won medalist honors for shooting the … Continue reading

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Summer Festival appears to be a ‘go’

The consensus of those gathered Tuesday evening to discuss a possible summer festival for Little Falls was, “Yes, the City should indeed have one.”“I was saddened when Flavor of Morrison County and Riverfest left,” said Susan Haugen, manager of Linden … Continue reading

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