RURAL REFLECTIONS Deb's Retirement
I was eight in 1973. The time since then has seemed almost a lifetime
because, for me, it almost is. It is amazing to think that for one
person that same chunk of time has been a career.
My ... Posted on 9/29/12 at 7:21 AM
STAFF BLOG IN THE SPIRIT Find yourself a date and go to Cinderella's ball!
CROOKSTON My sweet young friend, Kathryn Erickson, is the most poised, proper and polite young lady youd ever want to meet in real life.
And on stage, shes the cutest little klutz in the world. She... Posted on 4/13/12 at 10:13 AM
SIGNS OF IMPROVEMENT The Motley Challenge - Part 2
Besides the sports card trader, the coolest thing on Crookstons Main Street was the barber shop.
I remember as a youngster riding in our talking 1980s Chrysler New Yorker and seeing the red and whi... Posted on 2/17/12 at 9:11 PM
Females in the Crookston Central High School Class of 1978 are experiencing what it’s like to be a queen for a day. Over the past year, the class’ homecoming queen has allowed her tiara to be a short-time loaner to her classmates.
Strictly speaking, Nels T. Wold was an orphan by the time he died in a hail of bullets during his brave attack against German machine gunners. But he’s got a big family of descendants who keep the memory of his heroism alive.
The free lots were a result of an agreement between developer Bob Herkenhoff and the city. In exchange for the 17 free lots, Herkenhoff received a 15-year tax abatement on the three properties he is building in the same development, which is on the northern edge of town, south of the new hockey arena.
People who process marriage license applications in Polk County anticipate little change due to Minnesota legalizing same-sex marriage. Michelle Cote, director of property records at the Polk County Government Center in Crookston, said she had received no inquiries about the law change by mid-day Tuesday.
The moose had hung around town for about 10 weeks in the winter and early spring. Authorities believed they had finally shooed her out of town for good about two weeks ago. However, she showed up inside the city limits again this week, on Tuesday and Thursday.
A moose is no longer on the loose in town here. After spending about 10 weeks in the city limits, entertaining residents and frustrating authorities, the moose has moved — or, more accurately, been pushed — out of town.
View your ad here! Cost effective targeted advertising. Contextual advertising starting as low as $79/month. This includes targeted ad delivery and search results! Add your business to the Marketplace »