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By Don Davis Forum Communications MINNEAPOLIS A man born in southwest Minnesota, raised in the west-central and central parts of the state and now a congressman representing areas around the Twin Cities is the Republican Partys pick to replace retiring U.S. Sen. Mark Dayton. U.S. Rep. Mark Kennedy took the stage of the Minnesota State Republican convention at 10:30 p.m. Thursday to the tune of Hard Working Man and accepted the partys endorsement.
The annual Kiwanis Talent Contest will begin Thursday evening, June 8, with a community supper at 5:30 p.m. Pre-contest entertainment will be provided by the"Kiwanis Quartet" at 6:45 p.m. The Talent Contest will begin at 7 p.m. All events are at East Side Park and the Killoran Bandshell. Early bird registration for the talent contest goes to the "Runestone Rockettes." All entrants are welcome but only the first 40 can be accepted for the four contest dates of, Thursday June 8, June 15, June 22, and June 29.
The sun came in and out of the clouds as evening approached Thursday, making MAHS fans wonder just what kind of atmosphere would prevail for their night ballgame. The Tigers were matched against the Knights of West Central Area. The sun came out from under for game-time and shone for a while, spelling a bright and pleasant atmosphere for coach Lyle Rambows boys who were primed for a top performance. The Tigers bore down to defeat the Knights by shutout, 2-0, behind the steady pitching of Chase Bo Rambow. Rambow tossed a two-hitter.
We got those timely hits today, coach Adam Steege said in an upbeat tone coming out of the May 18 win his squad notched at the expense of rival Wheaton-Herman-Norcross. The Owls got their tenth win by a score of 9-5 over the Warriors at Wheaton. Nick Giese picked up an RBI in the first inning. Mitch Grunigs grand slam home run was huge, Steege observed, and Ben Hacker had a breakout game with three hits. He continued: Defensively the boys looked good most of the game, but there is room for improvement.
A former Cougar mentor has gotten a prestigious honor after his death. The late Craig Olsen, who led the Pacific (Oregon) mens wrestling program during the early 1990s, and who previously held the coaching reins for the UMM Cougars, was inducted into the Oregon Chapter of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame in a ceremony on April 29. Olsen passed away from cancer in 2004. He was inducted in a class that includes some of Oregons best coaches.
Hannah Enck spent from Wednesday until Sunday with her grandmother Nancy Savre. Lois Gunvalson attended a graduation party for Kelsey Gunvalson Sunday at the Jeff Gunvalsons in Marshall. Eleanor Gunderson and Mae Olson spent Tuesday in Alexandria and also were coffee guests of Marian Bredeat in Garfield. On Saturday morning, Mae Olson and Lois Gunvalson enjoyed cake at the Chris Lund home in Cyrus in honor of Maes birthday. Mr. and Mrs. David Jergensen and Mr. and Mrs.
New location, same spirit! The students and staff of Morris Area Elementary School gathered in the concert hall on Friday, May 26, in an atmosphere of celebration and satisfaction over the school year being completed.
10 Years Ago May 30, 1996 Tribune There will be a new voting precinct in Morris, starting with the September primary election. The new precinct,. Ward II, Precinct B, will consist essentially of the UMM campus. Residents of the Riley Ballpark Addition will also be in the precinct.
APRIL ANN PAUL was born May 19, 2006 at Stevens Community Medical Center, Morris to Mike and Trish Paul of Hancock. April Ann weighed 5 lbs. 15 oz. and was 19 1/2 long. Grandparents are Dianne Thomas of Morris and David and Connie Paul of Morris. Great grandparents are Evonne Berg of Devils Lake, N.D.