Denton (Denny) Newman Jr.
I've worked at the Brainerd Dispatch with various duties since Dec. 7, 1983. Starting off as an Ad Designer and currently Director of Audience Development. The Dispatch has been an interesting and challenging place to work. I'm fortunate to have made many friends, both co-workers and customers.
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Becky Schleusner and Justin Wing were married at Christ Community Church in Nisswa on April 18, 2015. Their parents are Tom and Deb Schleusner of Fort Ripley, and Dale and...
Looking pretty nifty at fifty. We love you Mom! Love, Dad, Brandon and Sam, Cassie and Mike, and Bethany and Eric
We would like to express our thanks to the Pequot Lakes PTA and local businesses for the gifts and luncheon during Teacher Appreciation Week, May 5-9. Your support is a valuable resource to our staff and students at Eagle View. Thank you for all you do. Eagle View Elementary School staff
No dominoes until further notice. 500 Ralph Hulke, 3940; Shirley Cameron, 3850; Les Dupont, 3670; Wally Anderson, 3100; Leonard Blasing, 3080. Daryl Rudquist won the door prize. Bridge Monday, May 12 Jenkins VFW, 11 a.m. Donna Sandelin, 6740; Dick Dietz, 6590; John Westin, 6450; Lorraine Northagen, 6350. Tuesday, May 13 Whitefish Golf Course, noon North/South: Chris and Diana Brown, 88; Jim Thompson and Pat Wynthe, 82; Marijane Pearce and Dale Dickie, 81.
The Minnesota Highway Safety Center will offer 55+ Driver Improvement Courses in the following area cities. • June 2: An eight-hour first-time course will run from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Lutheran Church of the Cross in Nisswa. • June 9: A four-hour refresher course will run from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Pine River State Bank in Pine River. • June 9 and 10: An eight-hour first-time course will run from 1-5 p.m. June 9 and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 10 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Hackensack.
Volunteers with Faith in Action for Cass County gathered May 14 for the annual spring training with an “early bird” theme to review program policies, receive awards for service and learn new skills in working with people in need. This year’s event, held at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Hackensack, included a presentation by guest speaker Kris Kayser of Good Samaritan Hospice Program. Kayser explained the hospice program, including its mission, costs and how it works.
Larry Hammill, right, and Jim Mark, 40 et 8 members, award a $500 scholarship to Kristen Taylor, Pine River, on April 30 at Central Lakes College. 40 et 8 is a veterans honor organization of American Legion members that fosters and promotes nurses training programs. SUBMITTED PHOTO
When Mike Oates’ doctor delivered the news — nothing more could be done for his lung cancer — he went home and started making plans for the time he had left. It was a long shot, but at the top of the list was a long-overdue trip home to the East Coast and New York complete with a Yankees-Red Sox baseball game for his daughter, Laura. Oates’ list-making was interrupted by a call from a friend. She had recently lost her husband, one of Mike’s good friends, and urged him to find help and comfort in hospice care.
Freshman David Schroeder and junior Christian Burnett of the Pequot Lakes trapshooting team tied for Top Gun honors during the final regular-season week of clay target league competition on Sunday, May 18, at the Lakeshore Conservation Club range. Both hit 47 of 50 targets to help Pequot Lakes remain in first place in Conference 7A. Other top scores for Pequot Lakes were: Jacob Roubal 43, Kirk Johnson 41, Trenton Beyer 44, Brady Evenson 40, Jordan Hall 42, Sam Wallace 46, Zach Lyonais 45, and Austin Mesenbrink 46.
Player/manager Aaron Jenkins went 4-4 as the Nisswa Lightning defeated St. Joseph 9-1 in a non-league game on Saturday, May 17. Jason Roepke, who pitched five innings of relief, earned the victory for the Lighting, who put the game away with seven runs in the sixth inning. Nisswa enjoyed a 10-5 edge in hits. On Friday, May 16, the Lightning pounded Staples 17-4 despite each team having 10 hits. Aaron Jenkins, Jeremiah Piepkorn and Luke Schumer all homered for Nisswa. Schumer didn’t allow an earned run in five innings of relief to claim the victory.