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A $1,000 donation from Crop Production Services will be used by the Morris Fire Department to help buy a new utility task vehicle, fire chief Dave Dybdal said. The Morris Fire Relief Fund receives the donation and will buy the UTV, Dybdal said. Dybdal said the department needs a smaller UTV to get into "back country, areas that we have a hard time getting into." Officials from Crop Production Services, Scott Olson, Kevin Spors and Jason Walsh, said they appreciated the service of the Morris Fire Department.
The city of Morris stopped cutting down trees before the March 14 city council meeting but city officials said they were pleased to hear from the roughly 13 people who spoke for the trees that night.
Hannah Phillips, was awarded first place in the Organic Research Forum Poster Session at the 2017 Midwest Organic and Sustainable Education Service (MOSES) Conference
Allen and Dawn Thiel of Hancock are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Karissa Dawn to Herbie A. Rodriguez. An October 2017 wedding is being planned.
David and Mary Fennell of Fergus Falls and David and Dawn Gades of Holloway are pleased to announce the engagement of their children, Nicole Fennell and Nathan Gades.
Christine McKenzie and Mike Krusemark, both of Hoffman, Minnesota, announce their engagement. Christine is the daughter of Randy and Bobbi Peterson of Clarkfield and Jim and Jaime McKenzie of Ivanhoe. Christine is a 2012 graduate of Yellow Medicine East High School and is the Circulation Director at the Morris Sun Tribune. Mike is the son of Lee Krusemark of Cyrus and Jenny and Trinity McDanel of St. Cloud. Mike is a 2011 graduate of Morris Area High School and is a Custom Applicator at CHS Prairie Lakes, Hoffman.
The children of Quintin and Lucille Sorenson are proud to announce the upcoming 70th wedding anniversary on March 15, 2017. A celebration will be from 2 :30 to 5 p.m., Saturday, March 18, at Washington Crossing, 4709 E. 6th St., Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Greetings may be sent to same address, Apt 216, 57110. The Sorenson's were former residents of Alberta area, moving to Canton, South Dakota, then to their present address.
It's the combined effort of students, families, staff and the community surrounding St. Mary's School that helped raise a total of $1,445 for the school through the 2017 Catholic Schools Raffle. While the annual fundraiser involves more than 80 schools in three states and raised more than $1,066,450 in 2017, every dollar raised by St. Mary's stays right here in Morris.
Colby Gillespie, 12, was at Morris Area Schools March 8 but he's not a student. He and his younger brother Colton, 8, delivered a bouquet of flowers to their mom Erin, a semi-finalist for for Minnesota Teacher of the Year and a special education and reading teacher at Morris Area Schools.