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Claire Della Copeland was born on March 20, 2017 at Stevens Community Medical Center in Morris to Megan and Nate Copeland of Morris.
Although the county continues to receive bids on the Forty Acre Pit, the Stevens County Board of Commissioners heard a proposal for the pit acres at the March 21 meeting. Charles O'Keefe of Chokio said the Forty Acre Pit would make a good off highway vehicle park, similar to parks near Appleton and Hutchinson.
It should be said that President Trump has made many great contributions to the nation. The first was when he single-handedly put to death the Bush and Clinton political dynasties. May they rest in peace.
In all the contentious discussion about the buffer bill, a very critical component of the whole argument is missing, sediment.
Damon William Wulf was born on March 16, 2017 at Stevens Community Medical Center in Morris to Savannah and Kurt Wulf of Morris.
What Dr. David Griffin can't forget from the June 18, 2007, warehouse fire that killed nine Charleston, South Carolina, firefighters, he's using to help other firefighters remember. Griffin said he wants firefighters to remember that firefighting is a profession. And if firefighters don't have the proper training and protocol in their profession, the danger and the risk greatly increase, Griffin said.
To the editor: Rural Minnesota residents face many challenges related to community vitality, jobs, new markets for agriculture and health. While there are no quick and easy solutions, there are occasionally opportunities to make positive impact. One current opportunity is to support grocery stores, especially those in smaller towns and sparsely populated regions of the state.
Pre-K: Did you know who St. Patrick is? He was a 5th century Romano-British Christian missionary and bishop in Ireland. St. Patrick was known as the "Apostle of Ireland." We celebrate him because he is the primary patron saint of Ireland! Needless to say, we learned all about St. Patrick and why we celebrate him in PreK this week. We also learned about Leprechauns, clovers, St. Patrick's day colors, lucky pots of gold and much more. While we were doing these activities, we also reviews all the letters and numbers we've learned this year! It was a great week filled with lots of learning.
Welcome to another edition of the Donnelly News this issue is dedicated to the memory of my Mom who passed away March 14,1994 Winter made a return on Sunday with strong winds and several inches of snow. The forecast calls for warmer temperatures this week. Lenten services continue on March 22 at St. John's and March 29 at Kongsvinger. Both services are at 7 p.m. with coffee fellowship afterwards and alternating between churches each week. The Donnelly Fire Department will meet at 7 p.m. on March 20 at the fire hall.
I walked into the Eagles Club in Morris early Saturday afternoon and was surprised by the crowd inside. Surely, all these people in the front of the club weren't there to play bingo? The back tables were nearly full and the front tables were all full. And yes, they were there to play bingo.