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Morris Boy Scout Solomon Johnson was awarded the rank of Eagle Scout on Saturday, Aug. 27, in a Court of Honor ceremony held at First Lutheran Church of Morris. . The Eagle Scout rank is scouting's highest honor with only 5 percent of Boy Scouts attaining reaching this milestone.
There will be an open house bridal shower for Andrea Bobrick, bride to be of Tallack Dosdall, on Saturday Sept. 10, 9 to 11 a.m. at Faith Lutheran Church, Morris. Andrea is the daughter of Lisa Bobrick and Tallack is the son of Vicky Dosdall of Morris. Their wedding is planned for October 21 in Morris.
I was disappointed to see Governor Dayton once again submit to Senate Democrats by calling a meeting on the Southwest Light Rail project last week. The Southwest Light Rail project has previously failed to pass both the House and the Senate. Not only is the project vastly unpopular in the legislature and amongst the public, but Senator Bakk and Senate Democrats insistence on its passage can be blamed for the derailment of special session talks this year.
Jay McNamar recently stated he was in favor of bringing broadband internet to District12A. While I am certainly glad to hear that, the phrase "a day late and a dollar short" comes to mind. I say this because our elected representatives, Jeff Backer and Torrey Westrom, were not only in favor of bringing home broadband, they have already done it. Through their efforts, State and Federal funding has been allocated for rural broadband.
Lilly Joy Johnson was born on July 3, 2016 at Sanford Medical Center in Fargo to Jeremiah and Erica Johnson. Lilly Joy weighed 8 lbs. 7 oz. and was 21”...
Emily Ehlers and Zachary Nelson are engaged to be married Dec. 17, 2016 at Salem Lutheran Church in Hitterdal. Emily is the daughter of Doug and Sharon Ehlers of Morris...
Fly control is always a hot topic with organic dairy producers because there are not a lot of viable options to alleviate fly pressure. Three important blood sucking pest flies on grazing cattle in the Upper Midwest are the stable fly, horn fly, and face fly. Stable flies develop as maggots in a wide array of decomposing organic matter, including soiled animal bedding and soiled feed debris that accumulates wherever cattle are confined. The horn fly and face fly develop in fresh cattle dung pats and nowhere else, so they are troublesome to organic herds when pastured.
Thursday, September 8 AN ARTIST RECEPTION for Andrew Nordin will be held from 7 to 8:30 p.m.at the PRCA Gallery in Morris. Come visit with the artist, see his artwork and enjoy light refreshments. Monday, September 12 STEVENS COUNTY ECI meeting will be held from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the ECFE/SR parent education room at the Morris Area Elementary School. Sunday, September 18
It’s disappointing for western Minnesota that there will not be a special legislative session to complete the unfinished work of the 2016 session. As a result, there will be no...
"What's good for Minneapolis is good for rural Minnesota" Jay McNamar stated on a recent radio interview. This seems to apply to many things. The light rail would be good...