Monthly Archives: May 2004

May Students of the Month at Pierz High School

“I’ve been fortunate getting to know Jenny Riley through her being a Peer Helper and as this year’s SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) president,” said Connie Moe, Healy High counselor. In addition, Jenny captained the volleyball team, edited the yearbook … Continue reading

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May Students of the Month at Pierz High School

Closing out the school year as Pierz Healy High School Students of the Month for May are Jenny Riley and Tony Andres. They bring to 18 the number of outstanding seniors featured in the Morrison County Record for leadership qualities, … Continue reading

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Pierz top honor seniors announced

• Ashley Athman, daughter of David and Sharon Athman, plans on attending Central Lakes College majoring in nursing. Ashley is the Valedictorian of her graduating class.• Kristine Gruber, daughter of Mark and Gwen Gruber, plans on attending Rasmussen Business College … Continue reading

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Pierz top honor seniors announced

Commencement for the 2004 graduating class at Pierz Healy High School was held on Friday, May 28 at 7:30 p.m. in the gym.The top honor students for the Class of 2004 include:

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Pawlenty signs historic legislation strengthening Minnesota’s drunk driving laws

Putting the capstone on legislation he authored as a member of the House of Representatives and supported as Governor, Tim Pawlenty today signed into law a bill that decreases the alcohol-concentration legal limit for drivers on Minnesota roads from 0.10 … Continue reading

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Wounded soldiers have comrades in Legion

A young Army sergeant first class recuperates in his bed at Walter Reed Army Medical Center here with the leader of the nation’s largest veterans organization standing at his bedside, asking him how he’s feeling and if there is anything … Continue reading

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Remembering the big brother who didn’t come back

(Pictured: An old photo shows Lorraine Hines Burns, left, and her friend Babe Lepinski Brown, as they visited with Lorraine’s brother Raphael during his last visit home. Who could have imagined they would not see him again? Submitted photo)At her … Continue reading

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Remembering the big brother who didn’t come back

(Pictured: As Memorial Day neared, Lorraine Burns remembered her big brother, Raphael Hines, by getting out some of his pictures and letters. (5-30-04lorraineburns) Staff photo by Joyce Moran)Recalling the telegram’s arrival, Hines’ sister, now Lorraine Burns of Little Falls, said, … Continue reading

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Remembering the big brother who didn’t come back

The dreaded telegram came—“Regret to inform you your son Raphael J. Hines missing since May 4 in North American Area. If further details or other information of his status are received you will be promptly notified. The Adjutant General.”The year … Continue reading

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Concerts in the Park resume June 6

Summer Concerts in the Park will once again be held at Maple Island Park in downtown Little Falls. Concerts in the Park is a program of the Great River Arts Association and is free and open to the public. Everyone … Continue reading

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