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Robert and Jamie (Lemon) Wasche of Perham are proud to announce the birth of their son, Maximus Niklaus Wasche, born Feb. 18, 2013. He weighed 7 pounds, 13 ounces and was 20 1/2 inches long. He was delivered by Dr. Jaimie Deraney and Dr. Corey Nyhus at Perham Health. Maximus is welcomed home by Hunter (11), Jak (4) and Alexander (2).Grandparents are Sue Lemon, Moorhead, Minn.; Ron Lemon, Perham; Tony Wasche, Dent; LeAnne, Wasche, Frazee. Great-grandparents are Delores Rust, Perham; Doris Fudge, Frazee; and Wes and Delores Johnson, Dent.
Caleb and Danielle (Hendrickx) Olson of Menahga, Minn., are happy to announce the birth of their daughter, Amelia Joann Olson, born Feb. 19, 2013. She weighed 8 pounds, 3 ounces and was 22 inches long. She was delivered by Dr. Illene Reed at Perham Health. Grandparents are Alan and Linda Hendrickx, Butler; and Brad and Anni Olson, Sebeka, Minn. Great-grandparents are Arnie and Carolyn Richter, Sebeka; Sheldon and Shirley Olson, Sebeka; and Bill and Audrey Harsha, Park Rapids, Minn.
Moorhead - For such a macho testosterone-filled sport that wrestling is thought to be, there are few places where more emotion runs wild than the state tournament mat at the end of a match. One arm goes up with a flex or scream, and another dangles in exhaustion with a million-mile stare and tears emerging.
Following the loss of her 8-year-old daughter Jane to leukemia last year, Jil Fiemeyer has embarked on a journey to raise awareness and funds for leukemia research. To honor Jane's legacy, Fiemeyer is doing something she's never tried before in her life. Although she said she hasn't been a runner since she sprinted on the high school track team, Fiemeyer will attempt to run the Fargo Rocks half-marathon May 18 in Fargo.
Minnesotans must loudly demand that lawmakers approve Sunday alcohol sales if the proposal has a chance to pass, its Senate sponsor says. Sen.
Rock fans may get to see and hear some of their favorite music legends close to home this summer, if the dream of an Ottertail Concert Series comes true. Brad Morgan and his partner Marv Anderson are the two guys behind the proposed venture. Morgan attended the Feb.
The siren heard around the state last week -- blaring from nearly every cell phone from Worthington to Warroad -- was a siren that led to a joyous, sigh-of-relief, safe return of an abducted 8-month-old baby boy. It signaled a moment of true historic significance. It was the first time an AMBER Alert was sent to cell phones in Minnesota via Wireless Emergency Alert. And it was the first time in the U.S.
Between 1973 and 2012, the United States experienced 65 cases of rabies, while the National Institutes of Health offered 89 major research grants to tackle the subject. There were 266 polio cases during that time as well, and the NIH made 129 major polio research awards. Between 1973 and 2012, the United States experienced 4 million firearm injuries.
A head-on collision on state Highway 32 killed a teenage boy from Fertile on Tuesday afternoon, the State Patrol said. Cody W. Christianson, 16, was southbound in a Mitsubishi Montero Sport when the SUV crossed the centerline and crashed into a Freightliner semi, the patrol said. The accident occurred at around 3 p.m. 10 miles north of Fertile. The driver of the semi, Brian L. Doehling, 39, of Hector, was not injured.
A good amount of snowfall is causing a good amount of trouble for area anglers. Snow pack and drifts on the lakes are making for a tough time hauling fish houses off lakes, and snow or not, time is ticking. The Minnesota DNR requires houses be removed by certain dates according to where they are located. Houses south of Highway 10, including Detroit Lake, need to be off by midnight this Monday.