Monthly Archives: January 2004

Tiger gymnasts top Flyers in Little Falls

The Tech Tigers beat Little Falls 141.800 to 128.400 in a Central Lakes Conference gymnastics meet, Jan. 29.It was the Flyers final regular season meet with the squad’s regular season drawing to a close Feb. 2 against Long Prairie/Sauk Centre.LF’s … Continue reading

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Unlucky Royals face Pioneers at home

“We’ve just had a down year. From our original roster we have three guys left and nine are out,” he added. “We’re a young team so we’re looking to get back into things next season.”Coach Holthaus was anticipating two wins … Continue reading

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Unlucky Royals face Pioneers at home

The 2003-04 Royalton wrestling campaign has been one tough season, according to the Royals Head Coach, Jon Holthaus. After a 2002-03 run which the team escaped virtually unscathed, this season has been something a bit different. The second year coach … Continue reading

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Citizens sought for committees, commissions

There are openings on a few city committees and commissions. As announced by Little Falls Mayor Brian Mackinac at Monday’s city council meeting, there are openings for city residents on the Sister City Committee, the Downtown Special Service District and … Continue reading

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Suicide prevention efforts coming to community

Chaplain Gregg Valentine is offering a seminar on Saturday, March 13 at the Initiative Foundation. Material is from Suicide Awareness Voices of Education (S.A.V.E.). The seminar will run from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. There is a fee for the … Continue reading

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Royals dominate the Huskies

To start off the week Royalton topped Isle 67-49 on Tuesday, Jan. 27. Royalton’s Head Coach Boyd Snyder commented, “I was pleased with the effort and how the team was hanging together despite illness and injury.”The game was a battle … Continue reading

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Little Falls gets a new ‘cheerleader’

“I always thought I’d be an Extension Agent and lead kids in 4-H,” she continued. “My parents were 4-H leaders.” Boelz’ focus changed when she started at St. Cloud State University. “I figured urban development seemed a broader base to … Continue reading

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Little Falls gets a new ‘cheerleader’

“I see myself as a cheerleader for the city. I just have to find some pom-poms now,” said Deb Boelz (pictured below) as she took a few minutes last week to talk of her new role as CEO of the … Continue reading

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Clarence Jarnot, 71Clarence M. Jarnot, a resident of Holdingford, MN, died Jan. 28, 2004, at his home after a courageous battle with cancer.A Mass of Christian Burial was held Jan. 31, at St. Hedwig’s Catholic Church in Holdingford. Burial was … Continue reading

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Long Prairie Memorial Hospital and Home receives grant to improve healthcare delivery

As an integral component of Minnesota’s rural healthcare delivery system, Long Prairie Memorial Hospital and Home received a $10,000 New Times, New Tools grant from the Blue Cross and Blue of Minnesota Foundation to help it better respond to local … Continue reading

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