Monthly Archives: April 2004

Apollo sneaks past Flyer tennis 4-3

The Little Falls boys tennis team remains winless (0-5 CLC, 1-5 overall) in the Central Lakes Conference after losing at Apollo 4-3, April 29.All four singles matches went to the Eagles while the three doubles contests went to Little Falls.Flyer … Continue reading

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Rocori bats slip past Flyers in final inning

Little Falls baseball faced off against Rocori in a Central Lakes Conference game, April 27.The Flyers couldn’t make a 3-1 lead stand as the Spartans scored three runs in the final two innings for the come from behind win.LF’s Paul … Continue reading

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USA destroys Osakis in five innings, 22-3

The Upsala/Swanville Area Patriot bats couldn’t be stopped April 27 as the team drove in 22 runs on 12 hits at Osakis.After being down 3-1 in the first inning the Patriots responded to score four, seven and nine runs between … Continue reading

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Pioneers drop two straight by a combined 43-3

Pierz softball lost their last two games, against Maple Lake 23-3, April 26 and Rockford 20-0, April 27.Pioneer Head Coach Mitch Becker commented, “We played girls in positions they weren’t used to. We have a young team and are learning … Continue reading

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Workshop to focus on education plans for students with disabilities

PACER Center, Inc. presents “Individualized Education Program (IEP),” a free program for parents of children with disabilities. It will be Thursday, May 13, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. in the Central College Cafeteria, 501 W. Main St., Brainerd. Advance registration … Continue reading

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Little Falls residents may receive two copies of legal election notice

The Little Falls Community Schools will be mailing a required notice of special election sometime the week of May 3. This notice is a folded self-mailer that includes legally required information about the upcoming school referendum on May 25. The … Continue reading

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MFM on summer hours

The Minnesota Fishing Museum in Little Falls is now on its summer hours. The museum will be open Tuesdays through Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sundays, noon to 4 p.m. The museum is closed on Mondays.Please note the … Continue reading

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Pre-prom car crash reenactment at Pierz Healy High School

(Pictured is the mock crash scene conducted three years ago at Pierz Healy High School with the LifeLink helicopter transporting one of the seriously injured student actors away. Submitted photo)The driver will be given a breath test and booked into … Continue reading

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Pre-prom car crash reenactment at Pierz Healy High School

(Pictured is Pierz Police Chief Steve Boser, a member of the Pierz Area First Response Team, as he checks the vital signs of a mock crash victim at a previous reenactment of a prom night tragedy. Submitted photo)The public is … Continue reading

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Pre-prom car crash reenactment at Pierz Healy High School

The screech of tires in the distance followed by an eerie silence. A dazed young man in a tuxedo wanders around not sure what happened. A girl in a blood-spattered prom dress frantically calls to her friend lying motionless on … Continue reading

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