Back home Wednesday for her 55th class reunion, Janet Anderson visited the Marshall County Historical Society Museum. It’s a routine stop whenever she and husband Lyle return to their hometown from their residence in Sun Valley, Idaho.
After two straight appearances in the North Dakota Class B dual wrestling tournament, Pembina County North came up one place short of a third consecutive berth. That puts more on the line for the Grizzlies wrestlers at the Region 2 individual tournament.
Wayne Omdahl, 59, last was seen Jan. 17 about 15 miles east of Warren on his Polaris all-terrain vehicle. His body was found Jan. 24 after a ground and air search of an hour or two, according to Marshall County Sheriff John Novacek.
Rural Minnesota “has lost its influence in policy discussions that occur in both the private and public sectors,” according to a new study by the nonprofit Center for Rural Policy and Development in St. Peter, Minn.
A flood-control impoundment southeast of here has proven to have a benefit water managers never anticipated. The four-square mile Agassiz Valley Water Resource Management Project also has become a haven for birds — and the people who watch them.
Just outside of Warren, Minn., a sign reads Sky-Vu Drive-in Theatre. A red arrow leads cars down a dirt road to a ticket booth. Steve Novak mans the counter and greets each carload the same: “Hi guys, how’s it going? My name is Steve, and I’m the voice.”
Small businesses and the public library in Warren, Minn., are getting a nearly $400,000 boost from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Of that amount, $363,000 will go to a program that offers low-interest loans to area businesses. Another $33,000 will go toward an expansion of the Godel Memorial Library.
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