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The Perham water tower by the middle and elementary schools might be getting a facelift this summer. The 500,000-gallon tower has been looking a little worn in recent years, and city leaders are thinking it may be time for a fresh coat of paint. At a meeting last week, Jade Berube of Apex Engineering Group told city councilors that the exterior as well as part of the interior of the tower were due for cleaning and recoating.
ST. PAUL -- The message from Minnesota's rural Democratic senators about this week's gun-bill flurry is simple: Don't expect a warm reception in the Senate. "It's a good thing to vent, but it's not going anywhere," Sen. Tom Saxhaug, DFL-Grand Rapids, said, joining with others in saying rural senators cannot buy into many of the changes a House committee debated this week. "The Senate has always been the more reasonable body," Sen.
Stolen guns and marijuana were turned up in a drug bust in Osakis on January 28. According to the West Central Narcotics Task Force, a search warrant was issued at 11 West Main Street in Osakis, where officers recovered two stolen guns, marijuana, scales, packaging supplies and $2,310 in cash near the drugs. The bust stemmed from the report of guns stolen from a Glenwood residence.
Tyler and Gina (Hemmelgarn) Ice of Fergus Falls, are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Carly Jo Ice, born Jan. 15, 2013. She weighed 6 pounds, 3 ounces and was 20 inches long. She was delivered by Dr. Petit at Lake Region Hospital-Fergus Falls. Grandparents are Jim and Lisa Hemmelgarn, Perham; and Brad and Kristi Ice, Wadena. Great-grandparents are Agnes Hemmelgarn and Robert and Marianne Leitner, Perham; and Gene and Darlene Hosner, Wadena.
John and Lindsey (Larson) Riepe of Perham, are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Emma Jayne Riepe, born Jan. 29, 2013. She weighed 9 pounds, 14 ounces and was 21 inches long. She was delivered by Dr. Jaimie Deraney at Perham Health. Grandparents are James and Peggy Riepe, Perham; and Mark and Denise Larson, Fargo, N.D. Great-grandparents are Carrie Delaney, Perham; and Delores Aune, Fargo, N.D.
James and Brianna (Studer) Tuman of Perham are proud to announce the birth of their son, Chetley Jae Tuman, born Jan. 29, 2013. He weighed 5 pounds, 12 ounces and was 20 inches long. He was delivered by Dr. Jaimie Deraney at Perham Health. Grandparents are Heidi and Tim Studer, Perham; and Steve and Molly Tuman, Dent.
Joseph and Jasmine (Richards) Christiansen of Perham, are happy to announce the birth of their daughter, Ally Marie Christiansen, born Jan. 27, 2013. She weighed 8 pounds, 13 ounces and was 21 inches long. She was delivered by Dr. Andrea Westby at Perham Health. Ally is welcomed home by Drew (5) and Dreah (3). Grandparents are Dale and Marie Richards, Greer, S.C.; and Robert and Marlys Christiansen, Menahga, Minn.
Keller Williams Realty Professionals announces the addition of three real estate agents to its team. Recently, Pat Johnson and Trisha Satter made the transition from Century 21 Vista, Inc. to Keller Williams Realty Professionals. Both agents are from the lakes area - Johnson from Richville and Satter from Dent. Johnson has been in the real estate industry for 21 years and has said she is looking forward to working alongside her daughter, Satter, who also brings more than 10 years' experience in sales and marketing.
OK, I admit it. Watching the Super Bowl on Sunday was weird for me. Because, first of all, I was watching football. Me. The girl who never watches football. Never ever. At all. Not even the biggest game of the year. Nothing against it, I just never got into it. I'm the soft-hearted type who prefers the Puppy Bowl (and its kitty show half-time). All those cute little fluffballs playing around on that fake little "football field," with the refs calling penalties for adorable things like illegal napping and potty whoopsies... what's not to love? But this year, I didn't watch the Puppy Bowl.
Hello everyone! I hope you all are staying active and warm throughout this cold weather we've been having. This past month, I had the privilege of going into the elementary school with Marilyn Hofland to talk to students about the importance of exercise in preventing type II diabetes. This month, I would like to challenge parents and any other adults who have young children or young adults who look up to them. My challenge to the community is this: The next time you go grocery shopping, stick toward the outer aisles as much as you can.