I went with friends recently for a Sunday chicken dinner at the Inn at Maple Crossing near Mentor, Minn. It’s a hop, skip and a jump of about 50 miles over there and you have to call in advance for a reservation. They have special meals during the holidays.
Cody Olson wanted to go the whole enchilada in his baptism Sunday in the waters of Maple Lake, choosing “full immersion,” over having water simply poured over his head. “It seems more religious,” he said beforehand. “You’re not only washing sins away, you’re washing everything away.”
The Public Utilities Commission decided two weeks ago to seek control of the company's assets in the hope it would provide money to reimburse farmers who have not been paid for sunflowers they delivered to Anderson Seed Co.'s operation in Redfield, S.D.
Officials of Anderson Seed Co. of Mentor, Minn., still aren’t answering phones, but some farmers and their lawyers are watching a string of transactions by owners, lenders and new buyers, orchestrated by a St. Cloud, Minn., law firm, hoping they won’t leave less money for unpaid sunflower deliveries.
The South Dakota Public Utilities Commission on Feb. 17 immediately suspended the grain buyer’s license for a Mentor, Minn., -based sunflower company, for its processing and handling facility at Redfield, S.D.
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