The Fergus Falls Hurricanes jumped ahead early and held on by the skin of their teeth, earning a 4-3 victory over the Hadley Buttermakers in the Class C Tournament at Green Isle on Aug. 26. However, luck wasn’t on the side of the Midway Snurdbirds as their bid for a Class C Championship came to a halt when they were defeated, 6-4, by the Faribault Lakers on Aug. 26 in Green Isle.
The New York Mills Millers from Region 14C and Pelican Rapids Lakers from 16C were both eliminated in the opening round of the Minnesota Baseball Association Class C tournament last weekend. The Millers were shutout in eight innings 11-0 by Carver Friday in Hamburg. The Black Sox were making their first appearance in the state tournament since 1983, while the Millers made their second consecutive appearance and seventh overall.
The Detroit Lakes Youth Wrestling Association hosted the ninth Annual Northwest Old-Timers Tournament at Detroit Lakes High School on April 1. All total, 40 wrestlers competed in 12 weight classes ranging from 123 to 293 pounds. “I was a little late getting the notice out for this year’s tournament, and I am sure that kept our numbers low”, said tournament organizer Tom Trowbridge. “I promise to get the date set much earlier next year.”
Perham FFA chapter members attended the 87th Minnesota FFA Convention April 24-26 at the University of Minnesota — Twin Cities. The 29 students listened to speakers and participated in awards, competitions, workshops and sessions among the many highlights for the record 3,649 FFA members from Minnesota attending the convention, celebrating the convention theme, "Together We." Career development events
Henning-For the first time in Oakwood Golf Course’s history, they are hosting a qualifier to get into the Pine-to-Palm Tournament. Golfers will have an opportunity to compete for an all-exclusive...
The date is fast approaching for Perham’s 45-year-old Pioneer Festival, coming up Aug.
Arvig cable subscribers could lose popular Viacom channels, including MTV, Nickelodeon and TV Land, if a contract dispute isn’t resolved by March 31.
David Sobieski, of Butler Township in Otter Tail County, was endorsed by unanimous consent for the House District 2B legislative race by delegates at the Democratic-Farmer-Labor Senate District 2 Convention held March 15 in Park Rapids. Sobieski, 48, said he is running for the House of Representatives because of his commitment to rural Minnesota and because he wants to put the needs of the district before any extreme ideology.