Monthly Archives: July 2005

The purpose of forgiveness

By Steven L. Anderson, Grace Covenant Church You are facing the beginning of another hot, summer week. The weather forecasts put the highs in the 90s, accompanied by equally high humidity. As you are trying to figure out how much … Continue reading

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Youth Baseball

By Chris Schafer Junior Victory – Major • Little Falls 12, Pierz Brandl 2 Little Falls captured the Junior Victory League title by defeating Pierz 12-2. Joe Rydeen was the winning pitcher and Riley Hirsch went 2-2 with a double … Continue reading

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Beef from Canada: Good thing or bad?

By Peter Graham With the summer doldrums upon us and our hearts straying toward county fairs and the impending start of school, the politics of agriculture go on. Amid fears in our own country about new domestic BSE cases, the … Continue reading

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July 4 the time to voice opinions

To the Editor: In response to “Parade no place for war protest,” the Fourth of July is precisely the time to voice opinions—supporting, as well as opposing. Having a voice is a freedom to rejoice in. I may not agree … Continue reading

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Thank you

To the Editor:

On behalf of the Flyer volleyball program, I would like to thank the following businesses for their generous donations to the 2005 Flyer Volleyball Camp. Overall, there were 85 kids in grades four through 12 who participated in the camps. A sincere thank you to the Black and White Cafe, Burger King, Charlie’s Pizza, Coborn’s Video, Domino’s, Fitness Connection, Great Clips, Jiffy Lube, Movie Gallery, Perkins, Pizza Hut, Quiznos and Subway. Thank you, again.—Becky Huot, Varsity volleyball coach.

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Thank you

To the Editor:

We wish to express our heartfelt thanks to the many people who made this year’s Morrison County’s Relay for Life an awesome success! Please note a special “thank you” page in this week’s Record that provides names of those who contributed to this positive and uplifting event. On behalf of our committee, we say thank you to the community for coming together for such a worthy cause which we hope will bring a cure for cancer.—Robert and Cindy Stoltman, Little Falls.

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Invitation to WWII veterans

To the Editor: I am honored to invite WWII veterans and their families to be special guests at the State Capitol on Sunday, Aug. 14 from 12 to 5 p.m. to celebrate the ground breaking of the new World War … Continue reading

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Thank you

To the Editor:

Thank you, Mark and Lynn, Crotty Greenhouse. We appreciated the two beautiful door prize planters of petunias that decorated our potluck tables. Thank you, Ceil Millner for two door prizes. Thank you, Club of the Pines for your box of prizes for future events. Your thoughtfulness is appreciated.—Jan Olesen, president of Adult Leisure Club of Hillman.

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Thank you

To the Editor:

A special thank you to the Morrison County Sheriff’s Office for taking the time and patience with the summer school third graders. The tour was awesome. Jeff and Tom did a wonderful job explaining everything to the students. We all appreciated it very much. Thanks.—Dylan, Jesse, Montana, Kia, Zach, Angel, Charlie, Ja’ Sean, Brendon, Annie, Peggy and Jeff.

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Public hearing for environmental assessment of Wal-Mart Superstore is Monday

By Joyce Moran The public hearing to consider the Environmental Assessment Worksheet for the proposed Wal-Mart Superstore will be held Monday evening at Little Falls City Hall. City Council members and City Administrator Rich Carlson have all received letters from … Continue reading

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