Monthly Archives: June 2007

iFriday

Big day for pop culture today, with the official premiere of both Ratatouille and Sicko on the big screen. Must admit that I look forward to Pixar releases every bit as much as my kids do, and the early reviews … Continue reading

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Roger Norman Ryding

Roger Norman Ryding, 67, of Princeton, Minn., passed away peacefully at his home on June 28, 2007. Visitation will be from 5-8 p.m. Monday, July 2 at the Williams-Hanson-Kaun Funeral Home in Princeton and also one hour prior to services … Continue reading

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Lynch plugs Otsego camp, reflects on Gopher woes

Kevin Lynch, former Gopher and NBA player and current Gopher color man on WCCO, will conduct a basketball camp at Otsego in August with his brother Mike. We get his take on the current Gopher hoops woes and the more … Continue reading

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Judge Freeberg is a man of integrity

To the Editor: To the citizens of Morrison County: we are very fortunate to have Conrad Freeberg as our judge. Not only is he a man of integrity, he is a compassionate man who treats everyone fairly. Whose integrity is … Continue reading

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Not enough done for violations

To the Editor: Where’s the fairness? The recent results from the multiple noise ordinance violations included simply the sending of the ordinance to the hospital/construction company. Gentlemen, the Little Falls City Council has requested that this letter be sent. Council … Continue reading

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Immigrants should use proper channels

To the Editor: In the recent fray about immigration policy, why don’t we just enforce the one we have? Or why don’t we go back to the immigration policy that was in force when my mother came to America. My … Continue reading

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Thank you

To the Editor:


The Royalton Royals baseball coaches and team would like to say thank you to all those who helped make our season so magical. We are so very grateful to those who contributed to our fund-raising efforts, as well as those who supported us in the stands. A special thanks, also, to the Morrison County Record and Little Falls Radio for the great coverage you gave us throughout the season. Thanks again for all your support.-Rusty Gwost, head baseball coach, Royalton High School.


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On behalf of the Morrison County First Response teams, we, from the Hillman Area First Response team, would like to thank Morrison County and the commissioners for replacing the 911 address signs with the more visible blue ones.-Mary Grunwald, secretary, Hillman Area First Response


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I wish to express my most sincere thanks and appreciation to the following people for doing a fabulous job at the Little Falls Dam Festival: George and Brent VanRisseghem, Barb and Denny Fjeld, Kim Hansen, Joe Curtiss, Rosemary Doble, Becky and Terry McClain and their fabulous crew, Carey Mammenga, Brian Post, Ashley Hegamenn and Gabrielle Meyer. These individuals worked many long, hard hours making sure that the Dam Festival was a huge success. The event wouldn’t happen without you.-Cathy VanRisseghem, Little Falls


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The Dam Festival Committee wishes to thank the following churches and organizations for their contribution to the Dam Festival: Trinity Chapel, Assembly of God, Alliance, Faith, Hope and Love, Fellowship Bible Church, Grace Covenant, MinnAqua, Camp Ripley and Pine Grove Zoo. Dedicated leaders and volunteers from these churches and organizations have provided family activities, free of charge, to children at the festival. Their commitment to this event is greatly appreciated and shows true community support.-Gabrielle Meyer, Dam Festival chairperson


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We wish to express our most sincere thanks and appreciation to City Sanitary Commercial for providing refuge removal at the 2007 Little Falls Dam Festival.-Barb Fjeld, committee chair, Little Falls


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The Little Falls Police Department K-9 program would like to thank the following contributors for their generosity: American Legion, Bieganek Insurance Agency, Dandee Lions, Earl LeMieur, Larson/Glastron Boats, Lindbergh Lions, Little Falls Lions, Mid MN Federal Credit Union, Minnesota Power, Morrison County Meth Coordinating Council, Pine Country Bank, Ray’s Auto Body, Rotary Club, Sobieski Lions, Theresa Ringwelski, Wal-Mart, West Side Discount Liquor, Little Falls VFW, Granite City Concrete.-LFPD and K-9 Officer Troy Woltman


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Thank you to all who helped the success of the 2007 Dam Festival Parade. A special thanks to the Family Medical Center and the West Side Improvement Association for your financial contributions. Too many people to thank in one letter, you know who you are and we are grateful for your help. All the volunteers made my job that much easier. Thanks.-Joe Curtiss, chairman of the 2007 Dam Festival Parade

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Drug dealer busted

Updated June 29, 12:45 p.m.

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Rogers baseball: Red Devils fall to Delano 3-2 in 11 innings (6-27)

The Rogers Red Devils took Delano 11 innings but lost 3-2 on Wednesdsay evening. Beau Musgjerd pitched eight strong innings and Josh Vidor had a two-run single.

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Rogers baseball: Wold sparks 12-11 Legion win over Mound (6-28)

Dane Wold had four RBI and the game-winning hit as Rogers beat Mound 12-11 in Legion baseball on Thursday evening.

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