Pineandlakes Echo Journal
Crow Wing County Sheriff's Department BURGLARIES: Report on Nov. 21 at 8:50 a.m. of a burglary in progress on County Road 1 in Pine River. Subject was located in residence and arrested. Report on Nov. 21 at 2:59 p.m. of a burglary on County Road 136 in Fifty Lakes. Report on Nov. 22 at 5:01 p.m. of a burglary on County Road 16 in Pequot Lakes. Report on Nov. 25 at 7:09 p.m. of a burglary on County Road 109 in Merrifield. CRASH: Report on Nov. 25 at 6:34 p.m. of a property damage crash on County Road 13 in Nisswa.
500 scores 1 p.m. Tuesdays Pine River American Legion Tuesday, Nov. 20 Sue Olson, 4000; Ralph Hulke, 3350; Bill Ellis, 3080; Carol Furnstahl, 3050; Mary Marthaler, 3050. Bud Johnson won the door prize. Bridge scores Monday, Nov. 19 Jenkins VFW, 11 a.m. Florence DeLong, 5900; Jim Thompson, 5740; Peter Graves, 5410. Tuesday, Nov. 20 Whitefish Golf Club, 12:30 p.m. No scores. Wednesday, Nov. 21 Maucieri's, 11 a.m. No scores. Thursday, Nov. 22 Whitefish Golf Club, 12:30 p.m.
Union Congregational Church in Hackensack has a new pastor, Torri Vande Zande. Vande Zande grew up in Waupun, Wisconsin, on a dairy farm. As the youngest of eight children she learned to adapt to different personalities and that "you don't always get your way." She attended North Central University after high school and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in youth ministry. She spent the next nine years in Waupun working for Youth for Christ doing family and youth ministry.
Few public buildings demonstrate community pride like schools. On April 10, voters approved a $145.7 million bond referendum to significantly improve the quality of educational facilities throughout the Brainerd Public School District over the next four years. With enrollment expected to increase 7 percent by 2025, this much-needed investment could not have come at a better time.
An economic legacy in progress. A brand-new, relocated oil pipeline, rerouted right through our central lakes area. More than 8,600 new jobs. Millions in tax dollars. Meeting Minnesota's future energy needs. Really good for our community. Local businesses catering meals-to-go for construction workers. Movie theaters packed after hours. Motel rooms overbooked. That's the sunny outlook portrayed in Enbridge's recent paid advertisement, promoting its relocation plan for the existing Line 3 pipeline versus maintaining it.
The owner members, staff and board of the Ideal Green Market Cooperative would like to thank the community for its support of our Farm to Table Lunch and Silent Auction on Nov. 10. A special thanks goes to our neighbor, Jeff Feldman at the Old Milwaukee Club, for supplying the staff and Chef Kevin for making our lunch so wonderful. We thank all the businesses and individuals who donated items to our event and helped make the community of Ideal, the "ideal" place to have this event. Bonnie Coffey, Ideal Green Market Cooperative board president, Pequot Lakes
Early cold temperatures and several inches of snow in parts of the state have many snowmobile enthusiasts excited to take their first ride of the season, but most trails will need more snow before grooming can begin. Most of the state's snowmobile trails are not yet ready for riding, according to the Department of Natural Resources. Minnesota's snowmobile trails officially open Saturday, Dec. 1 each year; and several conditions must be met before trails are open, groomed and ready for travel:
Registration for Winter II youth sports will begin Monday, Dec. 3. Registration will close on Friday, Dec. 21. Any registrations received after that date will be accepted only if space is available and will be assessed a $10 late fee. The Winter II youth sports will run approximately Jan. 7 - Feb. 9. Winter II youth sports registration will include: • First and second grade girls basketball, $40 • First and second grade boys basketball, $40 • Kindergarten girls and boys Basketball, $24 Register through the Pequot Lakes School website:
Reading Don Bye's column, one could surmise he believes we should have a one party rule at the state and federal levels - something most Dems opposed when it wasn't in their favor. So the hypocrisy lives on. He laments the outside money spent in the Eighth Congressional District against Radinovich, but here are some facts. According to opensecrets.org, of the top 10 Minnesota candidates running who took outside the state money, only two Republicans are in the top 10. The rest are Democrats, including Radinovich, who got more than 60 percent from out of state.
60 years ago, Nov. 28, 1958 Miss Dioane Behme, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Behme of the city, was pictured to the November issue of the "Drum Major," a nationally distributed magazine. District Judge Arnold Forbes, Bemidji, Tuesday signed an order directing a grand jury to conduct an investigation of Cass County law enforcement. 50 years ago, Nov. 29, 1968 (Headline) Dene Taylors to observe 25th wedding anniversary An open house with a tupperware party will be held on Thursday afternoon, December 5, at the Archie Shamp home.