Monthly Archives: November 2003

Wells Fargo partners with Habitat for Humanity

(Pictured are Habitat Board members Tom Scherling and Katie Kapus get ready to sell the 2003 Wells Fargo limited edition Christmas ornaments. Submitted photo)Only 2,000 ornaments have been created and Habitat for Humanity of Morrison County has a limited number … Continue reading

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Wells Fargo partners with Habitat for Humanity

Wells Fargo has commissioned Department 56 to create a limited edition Christmas ornament to support affordable housing. By purchasing the ornament, one will have taken the first step toward making someone’s dream of having a place to call home a … Continue reading

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Two plan for trip to Russia

(Pictured are Cyrena Sandbakken and Emily Hallberg who hope to raise funds for their future mission tour to Russia. Submitted photo)As they share their faith with congregations and members of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Ingria, they will also see … Continue reading

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Two plan for trip to Russia

Cyrena Sandbakken and Emily Hallberg of Bethel Lutheran Church are putting quilts they made up for silent auction to help fund a mission tour to Russia in June 2004.

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Kringle Fest and holiday traditions at Stearns History Museum

The Stearns History Museum presents Kringle Fest on Sunday, Dec. 7, from 1 to 3 p.m. Santa Claus will make a special appearance by the cozy confines of the museum’s historic Carnegie fireplace. He will visit with children and families … Continue reading

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Off the beaten track

Eight cars on a train derailed around 5 a.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 26 by the Little Falls Train Depot. Derailed were the 23rd through 30th cars of the 73 cars. The train, carrying mixed freight, unloaded four loads of wallboard … Continue reading

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Experienced leadership key to success for young Pioneer wrestlers

(Pictured are the three senior captains: Craig Luberts, Tim Young and Tony Andres. Staff photo by Jason Olson)The Pierz wrestling team is returning 17 from last year’s state tournament roster. The team begins the season ranked No. 2 in the … Continue reading

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Experienced leadership key to success for young Pioneer wrestlers

What a beginning to the 2003-04 school year for the Pierz Pioneers athletic program! The football team won its section and played in the state tournament; the cross country team sent a pair of runners to the state meet; and … Continue reading

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Local athlete on college team

Terra Winscher, Royalton, is a member of the Central Lakes College basketball team that will compete in the Minnesota Community College Conference for the Brainerd school this season.Winscher, a 5-7 guard, is one of six talented freshmen recruits for Coach … Continue reading

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Flyer boys basketball has only one way to go—up

(Pictured Jordan Horejsi, Jon Schulz and Tony Parker showing some basketball skills. Staff photo by Jason Olson)Many players on the team played an estimated 80 games, including four tournaments between April and the end of July and won a summer … Continue reading

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