The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced it will waive day-use fees at boat launch ramps and swimming beaches at its recreation areas nationwide in recognition of National Public Lands Day on Saturday, Sept. 22.
A 29-year-old St. Cloud man suffered injury when he lost control of the mini-bike he was operating and crashed into a wall at Nitro Square gas station at the entrance of Brainerd International Raceway.
AITKIN—Courtney Boller of Pequot Lakes won at No. 2 singles in two perfect sets as the Patriots defeated the Aitkin Gobblers 7-0 Monday, Sept. 17. Carly Chaney of Pequot Lakes also won in perfect sets at No. 4 singles as did the Patriots' doubles pair of Afton Crocker-Morgan Lueck in the Mid-State Conference meet. Crocker is currently 25-1 while Boller is 24-1. Pequot Lakes 7, Aitkin 0 Singles No. 1: Morgan Mudgett (PL) def. Anne Courtemanche (A) 6-1, 6-0 No. 2: Courtney Boller (PL) def. Ellie Jindra (A) 6-0, 6-0
Do you have concerns about yourself or a loved one falling? Many older adults experience concerns about falling, and restrict their activities to avoid risk. Crow Wing Energized has partnered with over 10 community partners to provide free falls assessment opportunities to our community. In the weeks leading up to the first day of fall, the community is invited to come out to receive a free 10-minute falls risk assessment and referral for follow up support.
Evan is an active 10-year-old boy who loves sports and being outside. He has been really excited about football this year and is looking forward to when he can start. Evan recently began school at Forestview Middle School and is enjoying meeting new friends. Evan is a good student and enjoys most of his classes. He also has a love for reading, which he does in and out of the classroom.
Need to be motivated to start the week off on a healthy note? Just try one or more of three things to start the week off on the right path.
LITTLE FALLS—Region Five Development Commission (R5DC) is hosting a community meeting to discuss a statewide initiative called Thriving by Design. The meeting will be held 6-8 p.m. Oct. 10 at the Sprout Growers and Makers Marketplace, 609 13th St., Little Falls.
WADENA -- The Pequot Lakes Patriots captured six titles and the team championship in the Mid-State Conference Tournament at Staples and Wadena Saturday, Sept. 15. Morgan Mudgett of Pequot Lakes finished first at No. 2 singles, Courtney Boller won at No. 3 singles and Madeline Pluimer at No. 4 singles. Erin Bengtson-Madeline Sherman were champs at No. 2 doubles and Morgan Lueck-Afton Crocker were first at No. 3 doubles.
CROSBY -- Bailey Wynn pounded 33 kills and Riley Hirschey put up 75 set assists as the Pine River-Backus Tigers brought home the championship at the 33rd annual Barb Neprud Tournament Saturday, Sept. 15. The Verndale Pirates finished fourth with Morgan Glenz accumulating 62 digs and 48 kills. The Little Falls Flyers were consolation champions with Kerstin Knopik recording 36 kills and 12 blocks while Allie Steinmetz collected 40 digs.
Morrison County Board of Commissioners Meets 10 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 18 Council Chambers City Hall, Little Falls 1. Call to order by chairman 2. Pledge of Allegiance 3. Approval of county board minutes 4. Additions/deletions to the agenda 5. Rich Prairie Sewer and Water 6. Sullivan Lake Improvement District 7. Sheriff's report 8. Social Service report 9. Public health report 10. Extension report 11. Auditor's report 12. County board warrants 13. Public works report