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Goodbye, Fairview. Elementary school demolition began Sept. 4 Demolition of Fairview, Mora Public Schools’ former elementary school, began Sept. 4 and is expected to be completed by Oct. 19. On Aug. 23, the Mora School Board accepted the low bid of $274,000 from Alliance Steel Construction for the demolition project. The intent for the site is a future Kwik Trip location, with construction expected to begin in 2019.
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Mora Municipal Airport is hosting it’s annual Fly-In/DriveIn Saturday, Sept. 15 from 8 a.m.—12 p.m. Many familiar planes will be flying in to the airport, as well as some very unique aircraft. A World War II era Huey helicopter is scheduled to arrive at approximately 10 a.m. An L39 Fighter Trainer is scheduled to appear. This type of jet has been featured in many movies, including the James Bond film, Tomorrow Never Dies. The Life Link helicopter will fly-in (if not on a call); visitors can expect to see Cirrus SR20 or SR 22 aircraft and Hawk Aviation will be once again offering airplane rides. Classic cars are also welcome at the event. The Mora Lions Club will be serving an all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast for $6 per person, with pilots in command eating for free.
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The 38th annual Mora Bike Tour will take place Saturday, Sept. 15 starting and finishing at the Vasalopet Nordic Center on Ninth Street at the north edge of Mora. The 2018 tour will once again offer the options of a 25 or 50-mile tour. The tour begins at 8 a.m. and motorists are reminded to be respectful when sharing the road with bikers. Dog owners with homes along the bike route are also encouraged to be courteous to bikers and keep dogs penned. The course winds around Mora and throughout Kanabec County with water, food and toilet stops along the course. The event also features a free bikers’ lunch at the end of the tour. The 50-mile tour qualifies for the Mora Classic Series and the 25-mile distance qualifies for the Motion Series. For more information see www.moraclassicseries. org.
Downtown Mora has a new sweet spot with the opening of Mick and Mary’s Candy Shoppe on Aug. 17. This husband and wife team specialize in nostalgic candy to satisfy the sweet tooth, and for adults, perhaps help recapture a taste of childhood, all at 114 S. Union Street. Joe (better known as Mick) and Mary McCarty moved to Mora about two years ago. Originally from the Twin Cities area, they loved to vacation up north. They were looking for an area that was close enough to the cities to visit with their kids and grandkids, but far enough from the city to enjoy peace, quiet and lake living. Mora turned out to be the ideal place. Mick had retired from his
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KANABEC COUNTY COURT REPORT
The following charges were ﬁled in Kanabec County Court on Sept. 5-10, 2018. All individuals are presumed innocent until proven guilty. Richard Lee Cunningham (7/17/1964) of Joplin, Missouri was charged Sept. 5 with one gross misdemeanor count of controlled substance crime in the ﬁfth degree. Zachary Andrew Kocon (8/22/1987) of Champlin was charged Sept. 6 with one felony count of damage to property in the ﬁrst degree and one misdemeanor count of domestic assault. Jacob Dean Reesey (11/3/1990) of Braham was charged Sept. 6 with one felony count of drug possession in the ﬁrst degree-sale and one felony count of drug possession in the second degree- possess 25 grams or more cocaine or methamphetamine. Ann Marie Fagerhaug (6/14/1988) of Mora was charged Sept. 6 with one felony count of domestic assault and one misdemeanor count of disorderly conduct. Alicia Lorraine Benson (10/3/1991) of Andover was charged Sept. 7 with one misdemeanor count of domestic assault. Alisha Marie Christenson (1/26/1993) of Cambridge was charged Sept. 7 with one misdemeanor count of theft. Christopher Scott Hudella (12/9/1976) of Marine on Saint Croix was charged Sept. 7 with one felony count of ﬂeeing in a motor vehicle, one felony count of drug possession in the ﬁfth degree, one misdemeanor count of ﬂeeing a peace officer by means other than a motor vehicle, one petty misdemeanor count of reckless driving, one misdemeanor count of dangerous weapons- metal knuckles, one misdemeanor count of driving after revocation and one petty misdemeanor count of possession of drug paraphernalia. Brandon Dean Miller (10/11/1994) of Randall was charged Sept. 7 with one gross misdemeanor count of violate order for protection within 10 years of previous conviction. Jay Curtis Oine (10/17/1950) of Stanchﬁeld was charged Sept. 10 with one gross misdemeanor count of driving after cancellation and one petty misdemeanor count of speeding- 78 in a 60 mph zone. Adam Patrick Kedrowski (2/22/1981) of Little Falls was charged Sept. 10 with one gross misdemeanor count of driving after cancellation.
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Shopko Foundation supports Soup for the Soul This summer, the Shopko Foundation donated $500 to Mora’s Soup for the Soul, Inc. Soup for the Soul is a non-proﬁt soup kitchen that serves free meals to anyone regardless of age or income every Monday at the Emmanuel Baptist Church in Mora from 4-6 p.m. Pictured from (l-r) Dan Wolf, Jen Miech, Mora Shopko Manager Jeff Krie, Kris Pulford and Kathy Koch.
Speeding in a construction zone is risky business Question: Are construction zone speed limits enforced even when no construction workers are present? How about on weekends and holidays? Answer: If the posted speed limit signs are visible and placed in a construction zone, that speed limit is the maximum speed allowed, no matter what time, date or if workers are present or not. The speed limits are established for not Ask A only the safety of the construction workers, Trooper but also for the safety of Neil Dickenson the motoring public. The white/black speed limit signs are the official regulatory sign. The orange signs
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Featured Event of the Week Modern American Square Dancing for Beginners Cambridge Corners Square Dance Club will host “Square Dancing for Beginners” from 6:45 to 8:15 p.m. on Tuesdays at the Isanti Primary School, 302 W. Co. Rd., Isanti. Have lots of fun and exercise. No fancy footwork, just walking to music. Come in casual dress. All generations welcome and no partner is necessary. The first session is free, then a suggested donation is requested each time after that, with a discount for youth. Just show up or call Connie at 612-710-2527 or Paul at 612-201-0516. Visit the website at http://cambridgecorners. weebly.com to see news, posts and pictures.
SEPT. 13 Mora Class of 61 Reunion The Mora High School Class of 1961 will hold their 57th class reunion at Freddie’s restaurant, 810 Hwy 65, Mora, at noon.
SEPT. 14 Mora Class of ‘93 - 25th Reunion Mora Class of 1993 will hold their 25th class reunion at 8:30 p.m. until close at Kev’s Depot, 118 Railroad Ave. N. E., Mora, after the Mustang’s home football game and dedication of Bergloff-Deis field.
SEPT. 15 Hope for Recovery Workshop in Onamia NAMI Minnesota will hold a free workshop from 9-2 a.m. with information on mental illnesses, practical coping strategies, and hope for recovery in Onamia at Grand Casino Mille Lacs Event Center, 777 Grand Avenue. For information or to register call 651-645-2948 or see “Classes” at namimn.org.
Wild Rice Processing Demo See the entire process demonstrated at 1, 2, and 3 p.m. at Mille Lacs Indian Museum and Trading Post , 43411 Oodena Dr., Onamia. There is no cost. Contact 320-532-3632 or email@example.com for more information.
Holmes Country School Reunion The Holmes Country (District 19) School will hold a reunion at 11:30 a.m. at Perkins, 140 Garfield St. N., Cambridge.
East Central Regional Library will present Birth of Our Nation: The American Revolution, a presentation by Arn Kind, at 10:30 a.m. at the Mora Public Library, 200 W. Maple Ave., Mora. Kind utilizes period attire, drama, role-playing, living history experiences and displays to make history come alive. For more information, visit ecrlib.org.
Special music will be provided by Mike Hanson, Mary Campbell and Rebecca Nelson. Questions call Pauline at 320679-2778.
SEPT. 19 Ogilvie- Lord’s Portion Dinner The Lord’s portion dinner will be held from 4-7 p.m. at St. Paul Lutheran Church, 301 Church Ave., Ogilvie. There is a fee. Call 272-4352 for more information.
Mora Bike Tour The 38th annual Mora Bike Tour starts at 8:00 a.m. at the Vasaloppet Nordic Center, 400 N. 9th St., Mora. Ride either the 25 or 50 mile tour. All riders receive a long sleeved wicking t-shirt at the finish. Coffee and rolls at the start. Picnic lunch provided. Registration opens at 7:00 a.m., or register early at: morabiketour.org.
SEPT. 16 St. Mary’s Fall Festival St. Mary’s annual parish celebration will be held following the 10 a.m. Mass. An old-fashioned chicken dinner will be served from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. There is a cost. Games, auctions raffles and more.
Mora Class of 1957 Reunion The Mora Class of 1957 will hold a reunion at 11 a.m. at Freddie’s Family Restaurant, 810 MN-65, Mora.
Moving Word Library Series The Moving Words series, a tour of Minnesota Book Award winners across Minnesota will come together for readings and discussion at 10:30 a.m., at Mora Public Library, 200 West Maple Avenue, Mora. This event is free and open to the public.
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Hay Ride The hay ride and horse ride will be held at 1 p.m. at the Rum River State Forest. There will be a raffle and dance at 7 p.m. at the Pink Diamond, Ogilvie with Johnny Jupitor and what’s left of the Jets, now The Deadwood Country Trio. Contact Larry Surrett, Minnesota Horse Training Academy 320-272-4199.
iPhone and iPad Photography There will be a class on smart phone photography instructed by fine art nature photographer Dee Kotaska from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at the Mille Lacs Lake Community Library in Isle. Bring your iPhone or iPad to class fully charged (no droid tablets). Registration is required at ecrlib.org or by visiting the library at 285 2nd Ave. S. in downtown Isle.
SEPT. 26 ELEC Community Potluck Eastwood Life Enrichment Center, 160 Valhalla Circle, Mora, will host a community potluck at 11:30 a.m. Bring a dish to share and enjoy fellowship with other seniors in the community. White Elephant bingo to follow at 12:30 p.m.
55-Plus Driver Improvement Program- Refresher Course
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Northern Exposure Photography Club will meet at 6:30 p.m. at the Kanabec History Center, 805 Forest Ave. W., Mora. The program will be a National Geographic Photography Video. Members may submit up to two images in the open category or the interpretive category “Street Scenes.”
The Seven County Senior Federation will be offering a 55-plus Driver Improvement Program (four hour refresher course) from 12-4 p.m. at Eastwood Life Enrichment Center, 160 Valhalla Circle, Mora. There is a cost. Preregistration is required. For more information or to register, call April Barnick at 320-679-4700.
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East Central Regional Library presents Swedish folk musicians, Ross Sutter with Anders and Maria Larsson, at 10:30 a.m. at the Mora library, 200 W. Maple Ave., Mora.
SEPT. 18 Mora Town and Country Garden Club The Mora Town and Country Garden Club invites the public to their free meeting at 7 p.m., at the Kanabec History Center, 805 Forest Ave. W., Mora. Kelsey Sparks from Green Barn Garden Center will present a program on “Ornamental Grasses for Minnesota.”
Jolly Seniors Jolly Seniors pot luck lunch and program will be held at 11 a.m. at Emmanuel Baptist Church, 536 South Union St., Mora. Bring a dish to share. Invite your friends. A freewill offering will be accepted.
Donors are needed to help blood supplies match patient diversity from 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. at FirstLight Health Systems, 300 Clark St., Mora. Make an appointment by downloading the free American Red Cross Blood Donor App, visiting RedCrossBlood.org or calling 1-800-RED CROSS (1800-733-2767). Those who donate blood or platelets through Sept. 30, 2018, will receive a thank you coupon via email for a free haircut at participating Sport Clips locations. More information is available at RedCrossBlood. org/sport-clips.
SEPT. 22 Mora Class of 1968 Reunion The Mora High School Class of 1968 will hold their 50th class reunion at 4 p.m. at Spring Brook Country Club. RSVP via Facebook to Sharon Lidstrom.
SENIOR DINING Location: Dala Apartments - 470 Bean Ave. Mora Monday, Sept. 17: Oriental chow mein, rice, oriental vegetables, Mandarin oranges, fortune cookie, sliced pears. Tuesday, Sept. 18: Apple braised pork chop, mashed potatoes with gravy, Harvard beets, wheat dinner roll, blueberry crumb cake. Wednesday, Sept. 19: Meatloaf, scalloped potatoes, carrots, wheat bread, strawberry cream dessert. Thursday, Sept. 20: Swedish meatballs, parslied potatoes, corn, wheat bread, chocolate mousse. Friday, Sept. 21: BBQ chicken, potato salad, peas, wheat bread, whipped gelatin.
Note: Senior Dining is for persons 60 - plus, Ogilvie Senior Dining is served on Mondays and Wednesdays (same entrées served at both locations) at the Ogilvie Civic Center. 1% milk is served with every meal. Menu is subject to change. Suggested contribution for persons 60plus and volunteers is $7.75 - $4.00. No registered guest 60-plus is denied a meal based on their ability to pay. Guests under 60 pay $7.75. Call between 10:30 am-1:00 pm for more information. Partially funded under contract with the Central Minnesota Council on Aging as part of the Older Americans Act Program and Administered by Catholic Charities of the Diocese of St. Cloud.
Children’s Dental Services will be providing dental services for individuals age 0-26 and pregnant women at Kanabec County Community Health, 905 Forest Ave. E., Mora (320679-6330). To set up a service contact with CDS call toll free 1-866-543-6009.
SEPT. 29 Isle Olde - Tyme Fall Fest The 26th Annual Olde-Tyme Fall Fest will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Mille Lacs Lake Museum in Isle. Food will be provided by the Tusenvann Sons of Norway Lodge of Isle. Artisans, authors, artists, and makers of other handcrafts, various demonstrations of historic activities, machinery and old cars and a live presentation about local history at 11:00 a.m. in the museum.
Swedish Mile Trail Run The Swedish Mile Trail Run, 10K and 5K start time is 11 a.m. at the Vassaloppet Nordic Center Trails, 400 N. 9th St., Mora. Proceeds fund Nordic Center snowmaking, trails and facilities. For more information and to register go to vasaloppet.us.
THIS WEEK: THURSDAY 9/13 Adult Day Break: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Braham Evangelical Covenant Church Suicide Support Group: 7 p.m., Immanuel Lutheran Church, Brunswick Celebrate Recovery: 6 p.m. meal, True Vine Lutheran Church, Mora NAMI Connection: 6:30-8 p.m., Cambridge Medical Center Lap Swim: 6 - 7 a.m. Ogilvie Community Pool
FRIDAY 9/14 Pickleball: 6:15-8:15 p.m., Mora Elementary School, Court 6 The Refuge: Domestic Violence Mtg for Women: 12:30-2 p.m., Family Pathways Bldg, Mora Lap Swim: 6 - 7 a.m. Ogilvie Community Pool
SATURDAY 9/22 Farmers’ Market: 8 a.m. - 1 p.m., Ole Park in Mora
SUNDAY 9/16 Open Swim/Gym: 1 - 3 p.m. Ogilvie Community Pool
MONDAY 9/17 Pickleball: 6:15-8:15 p.m., Mora Elementary School, Court 6 Al-Anon.: 6 p.m., Courthouse, Mora BINGO: 6 - 8 p.m. Am. Legion Auxiliary 290 hosts, Braham Community Center Braham Library- 12:30-4:30 p.m. Monday Morning Art: 11 a.m. - 1:30 p.m., Kanabec History Center, Mora Soup for the Soul: 4-6 p.m., Emmanuel Baptist Church, Mora - Free Meal/Transportation: 888-217-5222 KISS, NA: 7 p.m. Mora Methodist Church, Mora Adult Drop-in Center: 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Grace Lutheran Church, Mora
TUESDAY 9/18 Lap Swim: 6 - 7 a.m. Ogilvie Community Pool Take Off Pounds Sensibly: 5:30 - 6:45 p.m., Mora United Methodist Church Square Dancing for Beginners: 6:45-8:15 p.m., Isanti Primary School
WEDNESDAY 9/19 FirstLight Health System Board Meeting: 5:30- Administration Board Room
Senior Citizen’s Dance Fish Lake Resort, 674 Fish Lake Dr., Mora, will host a Senior Citizens’ Dance from 1 to 4 p.m. Music will be by Mike Elsenpeter. Lunch will be served.
OCT. 11 KBEK 4th Anniversary KBEK’s 4th Anniversary celebration will be held from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at 208 Broadway Ave. S., Braham. Come for food, music, networking, prizes and more.
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his week, executives from Twitter, Facebook and Google testified before Congress. Again. This was the third congressional hearing this year where the internet giants were grilled on their content policies, their privacy and security practices and their role in democracy. It’s been a rough couple of years for social media platforms. They’ve come under fire for so many different things it can be hard to remember all of them. To recap: For enabling First Russian propagandists to influence our presidential election Amendment and terrorist organizations to Center find new recruits. For allowing fake news stories to go viral. Lata Nott For exacerbating political polarization by trapping their users iin “fi fillter b bbl bubbles.” For giving hate mongers and conspiracy theorists a platform to reach a wider audience. For filtering or down-ranking conservative viewpoints. For collecting private user data and selling it to the highest bidder. For siphoning profits away from struggling local news organizations. The social media platforms are taking various actions to mitigate these problems. But every potential solution seems to bring forth another unanticipated consequence. YouTube is currently trying to debunk conspiracy videos on its site by displaying links to more accurate information right alongside of them — but there’s concern that the presence of a link to an authoritative source will make a video seem more legitimate, even if the text and link directly contradict the video. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has expressed a desire to break up his users’ filter bubbles by injecting alternative viewpoints in their feeds. But new research suggests that exposing people to opposing political views may actually cause them to double down on their own — ironically, actually increasing political polarization. Facebook instituted a system for users to flag questionable news stories for review by their fact-checkers — but soon ran into the problem that users would falsely report stories as “fake news” if they disagreed with the premise of the story, or just wanted to target the specific publisher. Some doubt the sincerity behind these efforts. As former Reddit CEO Ellen Pao says, “[S]ocial media companies and the leaders who run them are rewarded for focusing on reach and engagement, not for positive impact or for protecting subsets of users from harm.” In other words, what’s good for a company’s bottom line and what’s good for society as a whole are often at odds with each other. It’s no wonder that the government is looking to step into the fray. If the numerous congressional hearings don’t make that clear, a proposed plan to regulate social media platforms that leaked from Senator Mark Warner’s office last month ought to. Just last week, President Trump announced that he wanted to take action against Google and Twitter for allegedly not displaying conservative media in his search
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Standing on the platform To the editor, Silence. Still waiting for my train to return. Wait; was that a whistle I heard; or a vibration I felt? Maybe. Thinking about the Golden Rule I was taught as a boy. The current Golden Rule seems to be “He who has the gold shall make the rules.” The American people are better than that. Jerome Carlson Mora
Response to Phil Halvorson To the editor, I would like to publicly thank Phil Halvorson for his excellent letter about how we need to go through our proper immigration laws to protect our nation. Our Founding Fathers set up our republic with checks and balances to protect our nation’s future. A few years ago I visited the Gettysburg battle field. I learned that in three days of battle, 45,000 (plus) men died fighting for freedom for
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Presidential news is cringe-worthy To the editor, Are you embarrassed yet? Almost every day now, I find out about something the president has done or said that makes me ill. I’m just going to mention four of the things that I think are cringe-worthy. He calls the press the enemy of the people and claims that they peddle “fake news.” One of the things important to a democracy is press that has no influence from the government. In many nations, the press is controlled by
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results. It’s unlikely that the president would be able to do much about that, just as it’s unlikely that Congress would be able to force Facebook to say, ban all fake news stories from its platform. Twitter, Facebook and Google are all private companies, and the First Amendment prohibits government officials from limiting or compelling speech by private actors. So what can the government do? It can encourage (and, if necessary, regulate) these companies to be more transparent. It’s shocking how little we know about the algorithms, content moderation practices and internal policies that control what information we receive and how we communicate with one another. It’s reckless that we only become aware of these things when something catastrophic happens.
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to collusion as he has no morals and to him the end justifies the means. There is so much evidence about his campaign and connections to the Russians that the only conclusion a logical person could make is that they are in this together. The last thing I will mention is that he has made lying the new norm. A Toronto newspaper has a list of 2,436 false statements that have been made by the president. They call their list “false claims” as they indicate that he might have been confused by making some of them or simply ignorant. They include an explanation about the truth for each of these lies. We know politicians have lied before. But in the past, when caught in a lie, most politicians have faced some sort of repercussion. Not him. He just doubles down. Vote democrat to get him out of office. The republicans won’t. Terry Johnson Mora
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Libraries welcome Strings Across the Ocean Folk musicians from Minnesota, Sweden to share the stage CONTRIBUTED EAST CENTRAL REGIONAL LIBRARY
East Central Regional Library presents Strings Across the Ocean, featuring Minnesota-based musician Ross Sutter and Sweden’s most prominent folk musicians, Anders and Maria Larsson, at shows coming up at libraries in Mora, Isle, Hinckley, McGregor, North Branch, Milaca and Wyoming. The trio is joining in a collaboration that tells the story of a couple immigrating from Sweden to America. The show features a wide variety of musical instruments including the string bass, accordion, limberjack, guitar, drum set, fiddle, nyckelharpa, recorder and lots of singing. Here is the schedule: • Monday, Sept. 17 10:30 a.m. — Mora Public Library 2 p.m. — Mille Lacs Lake Community Library/Isle • Tuesday, Sept. 18 10:30 a.m. — Hinckley Public Library 2 p.m. — McGregor Public Library • Wednesday, Sept. 19 2 p.m. — North Branch Area Library • Thursday, Oct. 4 10:30 a.m. — Milaca Community Library 2 p.m. — Wyoming Area Library Anders and Maria Larsson ran their own record label and culture house in Malung, Sweden, where Anders was a vocal coach at the renowned folk music education course Malungs Folkhögskola. They now live in Malmo in the south of Sweden and work as freelance musicians and teachers. Using an array of traditional instruments, the duo creates a sound that is both modern and traditional at the same time. Sutter is well known as a singer of Scandinavian, Scottish and Irish songs and for his wide repertoire of American traditional and popular songs. With a degree in music education, Sutter has years of experience working with children and has developed many popular and time-tested school residence and workshop programs on a variety of engaging themes. Sutter and the Larssons met at a music festival in the United States, where they discovered a musical kinship that they have enjoyed exploring on two Swedish tours and one American tour. Strings Across the Ocean is an entertaining musical and cultural experience for all ages and audiences. This project was funded with money from Minnesota’s Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
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Taffy, peppermint sticks, Zotz, Charleston Chew, Slo Poke and Nut Goodie —an assortment of sweets sold at Mick and Mary’s Candy Shoppe goes beyond typical candy aisle offerings.
SWEET: Couple opens candy store in downtown Mora FROM PAGE 1
looking and found a small shop for lease on Union Street, perfect for what they had in mind. Mick and Mary’s idea is to offer candy that isn’t seen everywhere, such as a Hershey chocolate bar or Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup. They also want to appeal not just to kids, but adults too. Mick and Mary’s Candy Shoppe specializes in nostalgic treats that bring adults back
to their younger years. They have Zotz, Charleston Chew, Slo Poke, Nut Goodie and much more. From the 1950’s and on, they have a taste of each decade. Business has been good since they opened just over three weeks ago, and they’ve been enjoying every minute of it. Mary said, “Everyone’s been so nice here. So many people are willing to help us out. And the kids who come in here are always real-
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ly well mannered.” They are starting to feel like a part of the community, and are looking forward to meeting more people and learning about our Mora traditions. Mick and Mary’s Candy Shoppe will be open year round. Hours now are Tuesday-Saturday from 10 a.m. -4 p.m. They can be found on Facebook and on the web at www. mickandmary.com.
Faith and Fellowship Saturday, Sept. 15 1:00 p.m.
Zion Lutheran Church 401 S. Hwy. 65, Mora
Speaker, author and comedian, Gaye Lindfors, will share her message of “God, Girlfriends and Chocolate.” The event is free, but a freewill donation to support the Mora Food Shelf will be accepted. It promises to be a wonderful afternoon of laughter, delicious treats, inspiring faith and fellowship.
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MOVING WORDS: Writers Across Minnesota Free and open to the public Saturday, September 22, 10:30 a.m. Mora Public Library 200 West Maple Avenue, Mora thefriends.org/movingwords
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New educators join Ogilvie Schools Name: Susan Sussman Education: Western Kentucky University, M.A. communication disorders Position: Speech language pathologist Tell us a little about yourself: I am originally from Evansville, Indiana. I have two grown children, Ali and Jordan. I enjoy walking, biking, kayaking and getting together with family and friends. I am so excited to begin a new chapter of my life helping students communicate more effectively with Ogilvie Public Schools. Name: Sam Weaver Education: Bemidji State University Position: Elementary physical education Tell us a little about yourself: I am from Bemidji where I also attended Bemidji State University to obtain my physical and health education license. I thoroughly enjoy the outdoors, all athletics and spending time with family and friends. I am excited to be a part of the community. Name: Marcee Schramm Education: B.S. conservation/wildlife biology, University of MN; secondary life science education, Bemidji State University Position: 7th grade life science, 8th grade earth science, lOth grade biology Tell us a little about yourself: My name is Mrs. Schramm and I am excited to be a part of the Ogilvie team of teachers and learners! In my free time I enjoy anything outdoors and being with my family (my husband, our two young sons, two dogs and a kitty). Some hobbies are ﬁshing, four-wheeling, metal detecting, art (drawing, wire wrapping, electroforming, photography, pottery, etc), hiking and generally exploring nature. Name: David Nickles Education: BS in elementary education with a math minor and coach-
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Left to right: Kim Greene: English grades 7 and 10; Christopher O’Connell: Instrumental music grades 5-12; Marcee Schramm: Middle level/high school science; Susan Sussman: Speech language pathology grades K-12; Laurie Helmin: Special education ASD/DCD grades K-12; Dave Nickles: grade 5 core classes support; and Scott Bowman: High school science. Not pictured: Sam Weaver: Elementary physical education.
ing certiﬁcate from the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire Masters in curriculum and instruction from the University of St. Thomas Position: Part-time 5th grade teacher and activities director Tell us a little about yourself: I grew up in Apple Valley, MN; My wife (Pam) and I just celebrated our 30th wedding anniversary in July. I have two daughters- Katie (graduate from UW- Stout) works for Northwestern Mutual in downtown Minneapolis and Kayla (graduate of Bemidji State University) works for Kelly Nelson Packaging in Cambridge. I love to spend time with my family as well as ﬁsh and hunt.
Name: Kim Greene Education: B.A. from Concordia College in English education; M.A. from St. Thomas University in curriculum and instruction Position: Teacher for English 7 and 10 Tell us a little about yourself: I am originally from Fargo, North Dakota, but my husband and I have lived in Mora for the past 37 years. We have two grown daughters and one granddaughter, who is in kindergarten here in Ogilvie. I retired from teaching school in Hinckley three years ago and have been subbing in Ogilvie since then. I love the school, staff and students here; they make me feel very welcome.
Name: Laurie Helmin Education: Western Governor’s University BA special ed ABS,LD Gen EdK-6 Position: ASD/DCD teacher Tell us a little about yourself: I live in Pine City. I have four children and two grandchildren. I live on the lake and enjoy many water activities including scuba diving. Name: Chris O’Connell Education: Luther College, music education with an instrumental emphasis Position: 5-12 band director Tell us a little about yourself: I am from Rochester and have been involved in marching band, musicals
and choirs for many years. Moving up toward lake country is exciting for me as I’m an outdoor enthusiast and enjoy rock climbing, canoeing, hiking and biking. Name: Scott Bowman Education: MNSU-Mankato, B. S. chemistry teaching Position: Science teacher Tell us a little about yourself: I am from St. Francis and I graduated high school there. My hobbies include volunteering as the PA announcer for the Isanti Redbirds baseball team and skiing. I am excited to get to know each one of my students and teach them how fun science can be.
Instructor untangles the dizzying art of Zentangle CONTRIBUTED
Esther Piszczek demonstrates Zentangle at the History Center in Mora.
The Kanabec County Art Association had a perfectly delightful day on Monday, Aug. 20, at the Kanabec History Center when artist Esther Piszczek demonstrated a class on “Zentangle.” Ten local artists participated in the class and were introduced to a new method of pattern drawing. Zentangle is a non-representational, contemplative way of drawing complex patterns ‘one stroke at a time.’ The class created beautiful art on three and one half inch square paper tiles using pen, ink and pencil shading. Esther Piszczek is a certified Zentangle teacher and resides in Duluth.
KCAA artists created their own Zentangle art.
The Kanabec County Art Association meets most Monday mornings at the Kanabec History Center from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. KCAA strives to inspire local artists by provid-
ing a variety of art activities and opportunities in the area throughout the year. For more information, please contact Jacque Sabolik at 316-304-7675 or email@example.com.
Old Fashioned Fall Festival – Sunday, September 16 All are St. Mary’s Church in Mora
Enjoy an old fashioned Sunday Chicken Dinner with all the Àxings! Served in the Parish Center 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Homemade Pies and Ice Cream included! Adults - $10, children age 4 - 10 - $5, 3 and under - free Silent Auction, Pumpkin Palooza RafÁe, e, Cash RafÁe, Country Market and Book Nook, Super-Size Outdoor Games, Fair Trade Items!
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Professional gossips are known; urged to use discretion hereafter 125 YEARS AGO (1893) C.E. Williams has a crew of men at work laying new sidewalks. Hans Nyberg, living west of Mora lost thirteen stacks of hay last Saturday by fire. C. E. Williams attended the grand jury at Duluth this week as a witness against Ross, the horse thief. James Goldin, has gone to St. Cloud to take charge of an extra gang that will work with the steam shovel. The heavens opened up Sunday afternoon and the heaviest rain storm of the season prevailed for about an News from hour. The rain was badly needed. The roof of L. E. Conger’s drugstore Yesteryear was peppered with holes by hail in Sunday’s storm. The roofing was Matt Anderson last made of manila leather paper which was recommended to be very durable, but in this instance it was not. The county commissioners yesterday appointed S. B. Molander to the office of county auditor. Mr. Molander’s familiarity with the duties of the office will soon place it in shape again. The Ann River Logging company sent a large crew of men up to the woods Monday morning to watch the hay stacks from fire and prepare for winter work. Wages for woodsmen will probably be very low next winter. Mrs. Andrew Norum requests the Times to express her sincere thanks to the people of Mora and Kanabec county for the sympathy and assistance extended her during her recent affliction. The District court convened again yesterday and after issuing special venires for 34 jurors the panel was finally completed and Lundeen placed on trial for his life. The courtroom was crowded all day with men from all parts of the county. The case will probably occupy two or three days more. John Olson, of Brunswick, fell from a load of hay last week and was seriously injured, but will recover. The scandalizing back-biting tongues of chronic gossipers appear to be on the wag in this community, and too, without regard to persons or whatever position they occupy in society. How any person can stand up and wilfully tell an utter falsehood about a friend
or neighbor passeth our understanding. The professional gossipers of this village are known; they have been quiet for a time, and it had been hoped that they never would take up their baneful vocation again, but it seems that like a besotted tippier they have returned to their cups. Should this item be read by any of them, and we are certain it will be read, we hope it will cause them to use more discretion hereafter. “Notice to Cattle Owners:” Notice is hereby given, that on and after the date of this notice all cattle found trespassing upon the Conger field, adjoining Lake Mora, will be impounded and the law against them enforced. “Sheriff Nelson Takes a Bride:” Mr. N. E. Nelson, of this village and Miss Ena Nelson, of Brunswick were quietly married on the 2nd inst, by H. Ekman, Esq., Justice of the Peace. The young people are well known in the county, Nels being our popular sheriff, and their many friends will join in wishing them a happy and prosperous future. 100 YEARS AGO (1918) “County Fair To Open Next Week; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. 16, 17, 18 and 19:” The Management of the County Fair will present this year an entertaining program which is going to please both old and young. Martin’s Fireworks Company will present what is known as a Liberty Program of the most gorgeous and spectacular production. Each night will have different displays and the Fair is to be congratulated on securing night Fireworks of the magnitude and high quality indicated by the commendations of the press at various point where the Martin’s Fireworks Company have exhibited. Moving pictures will also be presented on each night in front of the Grandstand as well as the Happy Harrison’s Animal Circus in one act, and the Two Famous Christensens, presenting their high-class Voloplane Drop and spectacular gymnastics. Music throughout the evening will be furnished by the Mora Booster Band. Singing by the well known Odin Singers of Grasston. “Bans Penny Nuisance:” The post office department proposes to put a stop to the practice of rural route patrons of putting loose coins in mailboxes in lieu of postage upon letters. Mail carriers find it very difficult and annoying, especially during the winter months, to be obliged to pick loose pennies out of mailboxes and patrons of rural routes should avoid this practice. Postmasters at rural delivery offices and rural carriers are directed to bring to the attention of patrons that it is the desire of the Department that all first class mail matter deposited in rural mail boxes shall be stamped before being so deposited. 75 YEARS AGO (1943) “County Board Endorses Proposed County Hospital; Submits Question to Voters of County at Special Election To Be Held October 5:” The question of building a county hospital came to a head last Thursday when the county board in special session voted to submit the proposition to the voters of Kanabec county at a special election to be held Tuesday, October 5. The voters also will pass on the question of issuing short term bonds in a sum not to exceed $75,000 to pay the cost of the hospital and equipment in the event the vote is favorable. The estimated cost of a hospital with a 23 bed capacity is about $50,000. Estimated cost of equipment is $16,000. Although an authorized bond issue of $75,000 is submitted, if the proposition carries only enough bonds will be issued to cover the actual cost of the building and equipment. “Many People Visit Manufacturing Plant At Mora; Open House of Milk Dryers, Inc., Last Thursday Proves Interesting Event:” Several hundred people visited the Milk Dryers manufacturing plant last Thursday and inspected the operations of this important Mora industry. The visitors were much impressed with the size of the plant. Most of them had not visited
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it before and did not realize Mora had an industry of such capacity. In the evening the business people of Mora were entertained at a dinner and speaking program at the creamery auditorium. E. Virgil Hall, president of the Mora Business Men’s association, acted as toastmaster. 50 YEARS AGO (1968) “Big Bear Killed Near Brook Park:” Sam Raines gets up early to get his cows from pasture for milking and off and on during the summer has seen a bear loitering about. The Raines live about 1/4 mile west of village near cemetery road. Last Friday about 5:15 a.m. both Mr. Raines and Paul Reynolds saw the bear. Paul, not having a good gun, called Reinhold Stieben who shot the bear. The bear, it is thought, was about six feet tall, weighing over 250 pounds, a young one. This may be the culprit who has been coming to the Phillips home in the southwest part of town some nights turning over pails, cans or whatever. “Course Offered In Modern Math For Parents:” A course in modern mathematics designed for parents will be offered by the Mora school. The eight-week course will cover all the latest trends and enable a parent to better understand the new concepts being brought home by their children who are studying modern mathematics. There is no charge for the course. Classes will meet one day a week for the eight week period, either on a Tuesday or a Thursday. Classes will run from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Joseph A. Johnson, elementary principal, points out that at least 20 parents must be enrolled before the course can be offered. 25 YEARS AGO (1993) “Open enrollment proves favorable:” As expected, the Ogilvie Schools’ student population is up this fall -- way up, in fact. How does two score and 15 sound? Whether or not the initial numbers hold up -- and at this early juncture, Superintendent Jerry Horgen definitely sounds skeptical -- they obviously bear at least two consequences: on the one hand, additional bodies in some already bloated classrooms; on the other, more dollars for their education. The most obvious explanation for such a dramatic increase in students is the presence of several relatively large classes, including this year’s kindergarten class -- especially when compared to the much smaller senior class which graduated last spring. School officials foresaw this disparity and, accordingly, predicted a greater enrollment this term. But what they neither expected nor could have predicted was the adding of pupils via Minnesota’s open enrollment law. In Ogilvie’s case, at least 18 students have, so far, chosen to transfer in from neighboring districts. “New Oslins, but business as usual:” It was the individually-owned, small business on which our country was founded, and it is just this business which has continued to be the backbone of our nation’s economy. When the future looks uncertain for even the profitable major corporations, and numbers have to be trimmed from the work forces, many of the small businesses remain stable. Oslin Lumber Company is an example of such a business, going into its 40th year in Mora, now in its third generation of Oslins. Oslin Lumber did not start out in Mora, however. In fact, it did not even start with Lumber. Emil Oslin, grandfather to the current owners, Craig, Curt and Gary Oslin, started out in potatoes. In the 1890s and early 1900s potatoes were Kanabec County’s big cash crop. As new land was broken, potatoes were sown. Several large potato warehouses were constructed throughout the area, including three in Quamba; one of which was owned by Oslin. Howard Oslin, son of Emil, recalls the time. “I remember when my dad had the potato warehouse, and the teams were lined up all through town. There might have been 100 teams waiting to unload their potatoes,” he said. “At 5 in the morning they would start coming; a lot would bring two loads a day...About six (train) carloads a day would go to New York. The potato crop, however, was not to remain profitable. Disease, most probably soft rot and blackleg, led to the decline of the crop. Prices also fell as larger potatoes were being raised elsewhere in soil more favorable to the tuber. Potato farmers turned to dairy, and Emil Oslin turned to the lumber industry. Buying a quarter-share in the Rudd Lumber yard of Quamba in 1927, Oslin successfully managed the yard while the other 16 Rudd Lumber yards closed during the Depression. Oslin bought another quarter in 1936, and then in 1940 acquired the remaining half of the company. Although twin sons Howard and Harold had been helping out at the lumber yard since being able to lift lumber, it was at this time they began to work for wages. MATT ANDERSON serves as a Kanabec History Center board member and shares his passion for history with others.
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Love is an action not a reaction — even if unreturned
man called me having relationship problems. His wife was acting distant and stopped doing the things around the house that were her normal things. He made some changes for two weeks and she did not seem to be responding. This man had figured out he needed to change his actions, but his motive was so she Focus on would change and start holding up her part of Faith the relationship, and not leave him. So we Rick Marcy focused on why we do loving things for the people in our lives. Do we do acts of kindness and love to get the other per-
son to do things or because we want to bring them joy in their life? Do we care about their joy? Do we do loving things because they do them in return? What happens when they return none of our affection? Romans 5:6-8 says “For while we were still weak, at the right time Christ died for the ungodly. For one will scarcely die for a righteous person—though perhaps for a good person one would dare even to die—but God shows his love for us in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us.” And John 15:12- 16 contains this: “This is my commandment, that you love one another as I have loved you. Greater love has no one than this, that someone lays down his life for his friends.” “You did not choose me, but I chose you.” Jesus showed us that true love is what
you do when you get nothing back. True love is what you do when the other person has nothing to give you. We have nothing to give for God’s love and can do nothing to earn it. Jesus showed His love by giving His life on the cross even while we are fighting against Him. He chose to love us, not in response to us, but in spite of us. It is this type of love I challenged this man to have for his wife by doing the following things. He should understand that she is beautiful and valuable not because of what she can do for him but because she is. She is worthy of all he can do for her even if she never returns it. He should make her joy and happiness the most important thing, not his own comfort. He needs to make a choice to love her. Love is an action not a reaction.
He should stop responding to what she does good or bad and should choose to act in love towards her. He should realize that love is not an emotion we feel but an action we choose to do. Finally, he should not expect to make some changes and have her snap out of it in a week. I heard from him later, that after our talk he realized he had a long way to go in learning to love his wife. The truth is most of us have a long way to go in learning to love the people in our lives- to love as Jesus loved. We need to ask ourselves if we are truly loving people. True love is a choice. RICK MARCY is pastor at First Presbyterian Church of Mora. For questions or comments about this column, contact Preachin20@gmail.com.
Worship Guide Braham Evangelical Lutheran Church (ELCA) 320-396-2755. West Central Drive & County Road 4 in northwest Braham. Pastor Julie Beck Sunday: Worship Service 9:00 a.m; Sunday School 10:15 a.m. Traditional on 1st, 3rd & 5th Sundays. Country/Rock/ Traditional Worship on the 2nd & 4th Sundays. Holy Communion celebrated on the 1st, 2nd & 3rd Sundays. Office hours Tues. - Fri. 9:00 a.m. to Noon. Radio service Sunday at 9:30 a.m. (KBEK 95.5) Calvary Lutheran Church (ELCA) 414 S. Wood St., Mora 320-679-1706 www.calvarymora.org Pastor Dean Oelfke; Associate in Ministry, Susan Williams Sunday: 9 a.m. Worship; 10:15 a.m. Sunday School and Fellowship; Holy Communion celebrated on first and third Sundays of each month; 6:30 p.m. Calvary Bell Choir, grade 7 to adult. Wednesday: 3 p.m. KOK Choir, grades K-6; Chimes following KOK Choir; 6:30 p.m. Confirmation; 6:30 p.m. Sr. Choir, Sr. high school to adult. Emmanuel Baptist Church 536 South Union, Mora 320-679-2530 Michael Rue, Pastor David Everson, Associate Pastor Karen Lindaman, Early Childhood Sunday 9 a.m. Sunday School classes; 10:30 a.m. Worship Service. Wednesday: 6-7:30 p.m. Kids’ Club, Grades 1-4; 56ers Youth, Grades 5-6; Junior/ Senior High, grades 7-12; 6-7:30 p.m. First Presbyterian Church (EPC) 551 S. Wood St, Mora 320-679-1969 Pastor Rick Marcy www.moraepc.org Sunday: 9:30 a.m. Worship Service, 10:30 a.m. Coffee Fellowship, 11 a.m. Sunday School. Communion first Sunday of the month.
Fish Lake Chapel Non-denominational 1602 Jade St., Ogilvie Just off Fish Lake Road Pastor Dale Clifton 320-982-1017 Sunday: 9 a.m. Sunday School; 10 a.m. Morning Worship Service. Friendship Church of the Nazarene 525 2nd St., Mora Interim Pastor Ed Anderson Church: 320-679-1125 Cell: 218-308-1131 firstname.lastname@example.org Sunday: 10 a.m. Worship Service; 10 a.m. Children’s Church. Generation Church 300 E. Forest Ave., Mora Lead Pastor Randy Mitchell Associate Pastor Bob Herder Church: 320-679-1708 www.generationchurchmora.com Wednesday: 7 p.m. Bible Study. Sunday: 10:30 a.m. Worship Service. Children’s Church and Nursery provided. Grace Lutheran Church (ELCA) 301 E. Forest Ave., Mora Church Office: 320-679-1062 Senior Pastor Paul Lutter Sunday: 8 a.m. Sanctuary Worship; 9:30 a.m. Family Life Center Worship; 9:30 a.m. Sunday School. Sunday Morning Radio Broadcast 10 a.m. on 95.5 FM KBEK. Website: www.gracechurchmora.org Grasston Baptist Church 402 N. Oak St., Grasston www.grasstonbaptist.org email@example.com 320-396-2645 Sunday: 9:30 a.m. Worship Service; 10:45 a.m. Sunday School. Henriette Community Church (Free Methodist) One mile North of Henriette on HWY 107. 320-679-4875 Pastor Marvin Miller Sunday School, 9 a.m.; Sunday morning Worship, 10:15 a.m.
Hillman Baptist Church 2748 Jade Street, Mora, 320-679-1756 Randy Strom, Pastor www.hillmanbaptist.org Sunday: 10:30 a.m. Worship Service. Piecemakers - 2nd & 4th Monday of each month, 1 p.m. Wed., Sept. 12: 6:15-7:45 p.m. AWANA starts
Mora United Methodist Church Parish Office: 500 Clark St., Mora 320-679-2713 Pastor Debra Schaffran firstname.lastname@example.org Cell: 320-515-2054 10:30 a.m. Mora Worship and Children’s Church. Website: moraumc.org
Hope Lutheran Church Grasston, 320-396-3925 Dean Oelfke, Pastor hopelutherangrasston.org 11 a.m. Sunday Worship Service; Holy Communion first and third Sundays and festival days.
Ogilvie United Methodist Church 201 W. Bragg St., Box 267, Ogilvie 320-272-4255 320-679-2713, Parish Office Pastor Debra Schaffran email@example.com Cell: 320-515-2054 9 a.m. Worship, 10 a.m. Children’s Sunday Library.
Immanuel Lutheran Church (ELCA) Brunswick 320-679-2015 Pastor Sierra Westerman 2088 Highway 70, Mora 9:00 a.m. Worship; 9:00 a.m. Sunday School. Communion held every week. Lewis Lake Covenant Church 1030 Grand St., Ogilvie, 320-396-3293 www.lewislake.org Sunday: 9 a.m. Worship Service, 10:30 a.m. Sunday School and Confirmation for ages 4-adult; 11:30 a.m. Fellowship Coffee. Nursery for ages infant-3 years provided during Worship and Sunday School. Liberty Baptist Church 211 S. Hill Ave., Ogilvie Gary Johnson, Pastor 612-806-9350 Sunday: 9:30 a.m. Sunday School, 10:30 a.m. Worship. Wednesday: 7 p.m. Bible Study. Living Hope Church East Hwy. 23 and N. County Rd. 11, Mora, 320-679-2586 Steve Ekholm, Pastor Sunday: 9 a.m. Adult Class; 10:15 a.m. Worship Service; 7 p.m. Youth Service. Maple Ridge Free Church 801 401st Ave. NW, Stanchfield 320-396-2246 or Rick Eichholz - 763-412-9397 Wednesday: 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting. Sunday: 9:30 a.m. Sunday School; 10:45 a.m. Worship.
St. Kathryn’s Catholic Church 318 S. Hill Ave., Ogilvie, 320-679-1593 Sunday: 8 a.m. Mass. St. Mary’s Catholic Church 201 East Forest, Mora 320-679-1593 Communion Services: Mon.-Fri.: 7:30 a.m. Saturday: 5 p.m. Mass. Sunday: 10 a.m. Mass. St. Paul Lutheran Church (Missouri Synod) 301 Church Ave., Ogilvie 320-272-4352 Vacancy Pastor Vernon Dorn Sunday: 9 a.m. Divine Worship. St. Stephen’s Lutheran Church (Missouri Synod) 400 SE 8th Street, Braham 320-396-3103 Pastor Tim Renstrom www.ststephensbraham.org Sunday: 9 a.m. Sunday School and Adult Bible Study; 10:15 a.m. Worship.
Open Arms Church of God 406 Pine St., Grasston 320-396-3373 www.openarmscog.org Pastor Gene Sherrod Spirit Filled Worship Sunday Worship 10 a.m. Children’s ministry. Pomroy Chapel 2700 320th Ave., Brook Park 320-679-3925 A Non-denominational, Christian Fellowship Sunday Services: 9:30 a.m. Prayer, 10 a.m. Sunday School, 11 a.m. Fellowship following Worship. Quamba Baptist Church 26340 Whited Ave., Quamba 320-679-5365 Ivan Fiske, Senior Pastor Joel Ostrom, Associate Pastor Sunday: 9:30 a.m. Worship Service; 11:15 a.m. Christian Education. Wednesday at QBC: 6:30 p.m. AWANA; Prayer & Study Riverside Fellowship And Mission Center A spirit-filled Church Service at the True Vine Lutheran Church 130 S. Park St., Mora 320-679-4076 Saturday: 6:30 p.m. Worship Service.
Trio Community Church Mora Elementary School 200 N. 9th St., Mora www.triochurch.com Wednesday: 6:30 p.m. Youth Ministry. Sunday: 10 a.m. Worship Service; nursery and children’s ministry available. True Vine Lutheran Church (AFLC) 130 Park St. S., Mora 612-559-2886 Pastor Marlin Harris www.truevinelutheran.org 9 a.m. Sunday School and Adult Bible Study; 10 a.m. Worship with Communion. Zion Lutheran Church (Missouri Synod) and Preschool 401 S. Hwy 65, Mora 320-679-1094 Rev. Anthony Cloose Susan ScheerDhein, Preschool Teacher/ Director Sunday: 9:30 a.m. Worship Service; 10:45 a.m. Christian Education Hour.
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The Ogilvie Lions football team continued its fine start to the 2018 season by defeating Isle 28-6 in Ogilvie last Friday night on a gorgeous night for high school football. The opening quarter saw both offenses struggle to get anything consistent going. The biggest play of the quarter came from Isle. Pinned deep in their own territory they completed a 48-yard pass from their own one-yard line. However, after that play the Lion defense stiffened and stuffed the Huskies on a fourth and seven. After that fine defensive stand, the Ogilvie ground game began to find its traction. The second quarter saw the Lions start grinding out good chunks of yards. Senior running back Jake Felde was doing a lot of the damage and eventually got the first score of the game with a two yard touchdown run. The two point conversion failed and the Lions held a 6-0 advantage. The Ogilvie defense made life tough for the Husky offense. The Lions run defense was stingy throughout the evening as they allowed only 64 rushing yards on 28 attempts for the game. After stuffing Isle again on a fourth down the Lions took over and once again methodically marched down the field. Jake Felde scored his second touchdown of the game with a thirteen yard scamper. Brady Harlan connected with Beau Burk for the two-point conver-
sion and the lead expanded to 14-0. Perhaps the biggest play of the game occurred on the last play of the first half. With Isle threatening to take some momentum into the halftime break, the Lions broke their heart. With one second left in the half it appeared that the Isle quarterback was going in for a touchdown, but a great strip of the football and subsequent recovery thwarted the potential touchdown. Ogilvie came out in the second half and continued its dominance on the ground. The Lions opening drive lasted nearly seven minutes and it ended with another Jake Felde touchdown. The five yard touchdown run was followed once again with a Harlan to Burk connection on the two point conversion making the score 22-0. Isle finally got on the board about half way through the fourth quarter. The Huskies talented quarterback used his legs and arm to help march them down the field to make it 22-6. Isle followed with a recovery on an on-side kick and all of a sudden it looked like the Huskies may get back into the game. But, as they did most of the night, the Lions defense stepped up and recovered a bad snap. The run game then took over again as the Lions ran time off the clock while getting chunks of yards. Gabe Gray had a number of good runs on the drive and he punctuated the
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MORA FOOTBALL Head coach: Troy Erickson; Assistant coaches: Bryan Cook, Ty Houglum, Jamie Wright, Jake Corrigan, Mike Schnabel, Sam Paquin, Neal Nelson, Randy Qual, David Everson, Dale Strelow, Kevin Nolt, Charlie Whitbred SEPT. 7 AT WARROAD Mora improved to 2-0 with a victory at Warroad. “We’re really pleased to be 2-0 at this point. We had two long road trips against good teams. We’re more than happy.” Head Coach Troy Erickson Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 T Mora 8 8 14 8 38 Warroad 12 0 6 6 24
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Captain Grace Harmon plays ﬁrst singles during the Mustangs Sept. 6 home match versus Pine City.
No ‘drama’ tennis touts mental tenacity, team unity BY SCOTT MCKINNEY NEWS@MORAMINN.COM
The Mora Mustangs girls tennis team boasts a larger-than-usual number of enthusiastic players out for the team this fall. And the team’s unity is a result of the support shown by veteran players. “We’ve got 27 girls out for tennis this fall; usually we’re in the low 20s,” said head coach Mara Sjodin. “Twelve of the girls are eighth graders, which is awesome. It’s very exciting to think about – not having to worry about filling our varsity and junior varsity teams.” “We’re kind of unique because, for lack of a better term, we don’t have a lot of ‘drama.’ The older girls support one another on and off the tennis courts, which is reassuring for the younger girls because we all practice together. They set a great example, and encourage the younger girls to stay with it.” Sjodin pointed to the positive influence of junior captains Grace Harmon and Kelsey Reynolds. “They’re always super-positive, and very good at setting the tone in practices. They know we have high expectations: our goal is to work hard, become more competitive and be remembered for being mentally tough. And they do whatever is best for the team. They also set an example in the off-season, taking private lessons in the winter and going to camps in the summertime.” Kelsey and Grace started playing tennis together in fifth grade. “I really like playing with this team. We’re very close; we’re like sisters,” said Kelsey. “I like being there for the girls when they need someone. Positivity is a key that we’ve been working on with the team.” “When we go to matches, win or lose, we always have fun together,” said Grace. “I really like being able to show the younger girls how to do things. We want to set a good example, staying positive even when we may get tired.” The Mustangs have very supportive families who are welcoming to old and new players, according to Sjodin. “When you go to a tennis match you can’t yell and scream for your child; you have to lightly applaud. You have to be ready for long hot days out-
Highlights Mora Scoring: • First quarter Jonathan Smith 21 yard touchdown run (Nick Nelson two point conversion) • Second quarter Cole Steffen recovers blocked punt for touchdown (Idris Anderson two point conversion) • Third quarter Idris Anderson 30 yard touchdown run (failed two point conversion) • Third quarter Jonathan Smith ﬁve yard touchdown run (Jaden Ponto two point conversion) • Fourth quarter Ben Nordenstrom six yard pass from Brycen Schritz (Jonathan Smith two point conversion) Team stats: • Total yards Mora 362 Warroad 198 • First downs Mora 16 Warroad 12 • Passing yards Mora 45 Warroad 67 • Rushing yards Mora 317 Warroad 131 • Individual stats: • Passing: Brycen Schritz 2 for 4 45 yards, one touchdown • Rushing: Jonathan Smith 21 carries 151 yards, two touchdowns; Idris Anderson 11 carries 89 yards, one touchdown; Nick Nelson four carries 42 yards; Kobe Swanson two carries 29 yards • Receiving: Tysonn Peterson one reception 39 yards; Ben Nordenstrom 1onereception six yards, one touchdown UP NEXT 7 p.m. Sept. 14 Mora hosts Eveleth-Gilbert (Field dedication night for Bergloff-Deis Field starts at 6:40)
OGILVIE VOLLEYBALL Head coach: Pamela Nickles Assistant coach: Karlee Erickson SEPT. 7 VS. ISLE WIN Ogilvie 3, Isle 0 (25-15, 25-22, 25-19) UP NEXT 6 p.m. Sept. 13 vs. Onamia at Onamia HS 9 a.m. Sept. 15 tournament at Hill City HS 6 p.m. Sept. 17 vs. Pine City at Ogilvie HS 6 p.m. Sept. 18 vs Hinckley-Finlayson at HF HS
MORA VOLLEYBALL Head coach: Lisa Gustafson Assistant coaches: Audri Erickson, Darren Lukenbill, Kelsey Nolt BILL STICKELS III | COUNTY STAR
Sophomore Emma Folkema plays second doubles against Cambridge-Isanti on Aug. 30.
doors. And it’s like one big family reunion at our matches.” Sjodin anticipates more decisions as as Section play approaches in early October. “Section 7 A is very competitive, but once our doubles teams get settled we may see opportunities to advance,” she said. “The FirstLight Wellness Center has been one of the best things that’s happened to Mora tennis. We’ve heard nothing but positive things from parents and other teams. At the beginning of the boys season last spring there was still snow all over, and we didn’t have to worry about canceling practice. Usually at the beginning the players are anxious to get outside and hit; now we can hit anyway.” The captains listed Foley, Pine City and Becker as the teams they find to be challenges. “Going into a match we can’t just look at a team’s name; we need to play like we do at practices, play the way we know how to play,” Kelsey said. Grace had hope for her teammates. “We’re a younger team, up-and-coming, really intelligent. Our younger girls are getting so good in the program,” she said.
Sjodin added, “We’re a growing team, not just in our numbers but in our skill and abilities. The credit for that belongs to the leadership shown by the older girls.” Their success hasn’t come without great effort. “We work really hard to get where we are,” Kelsey said. “We may not always win, but we always try hard. And we’re excited to see what the future holds.”
THE DETAILS S ti Standings: Section St di Pequot Lakes 16-2-1 Virginia 6-4-0 Crosby-Ironton 5-3-0 Pierz 4-3-0 Pine City 4-1-0 Eveleth-Gilbert 4-2-0 Mora 1-6-0 Aitkin 0-5-0 Marshall, Duluth 0-0-0 Up Next: 4:30 p.m. Sept. 13 vs. Becker at Mora Elementary 4:30 p.m. Sept. 18 vs. Aitkin at Mora Elementary 9 a.m. Sept. 22 Quadrangular at St. Francis High School
SEPT. 6 VS. BECKER AT BECKER Loss 0-3 (19-25, 18-25, 19-25) From the Coach: We started out poorly and played catch up most of the night. We missed serves at crucial times, making it even more difficult to stay even paced. We gave up too big of runs to their tall offense, would work hard to get back in the game, only to have untimely errors which again gave Becker the upper hand. We hope to be more focused and tighten up our defense when we face Becker at home. A positive from the night was that we blocked really well. We did shut down their big hitters 14 times for points. Hailyn Bos led the blocking with six ace blocks. In this week and upcoming games we need to work on defense (moving in sync on the court) as well as making constant attacks back at the opponent . We are sending too many easy balls back over and not forcing teams’ defenses to struggle. -Coach Lisa Gustafson UP NEXT 7:15 p.m. Sept. 13 vs. Milaca at Mora 7:15 p.m. Sept. 17 vs. Hinckley-Finlayson at Mora 7:15 p.m. Sept. 18 vs. Moose Lake at Moose Lake HS 7:15 p.m. Sept. 20 vs. Foley at Foley HS
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Speechless over spittlebugs, shoelaces ECHOES FROM THE LOAFERS’ CLUB MEETING Why so glum? My wife is going on a three-day shopping trip. So what’s the problem? She’s taking me with her. DRIVING BY BRUCE’S DRIVE I have a wonderful neighbor, named Bruce. Whenever I pass drive, thoughts Al’s World his occur to me, such as: I enjoy watchAl Batt ing baseball. The leisurely pace of the game suits me. That’s part of its charm. I confess that I’m a chronic multitasker and baseball games allow opportunities for that. You can take a nap during a game. When the Washington Senators relocated to Minnesota in 1961, they became the Twins. I was a lad then, but I didn’t care for the name. I liked the Minnesota part, but the Twins? The Twins stood for Minneapolis and St. Paul. Two minor
league teams, the Minneapolis Millers and the St. Paul Saints had been displaced by the Twins. The Twins played at Met Stadium, located in Bloomington. Their name is unique and no worse than other professional teams. It’s probably better than most. The familiar name suits them now. What was my choice for a team name? I based it on the excessive expectoration of baseball players. They were and are spitting fools. An insect that creates a white, frothy foam on plants is called a spittlebug. The Minnesota Spittlebugs. It has a ring to it. A MOUTHFUL OF EVERYTHING BUT SHOELACES I was feeling as run out as a wellplaced bunt. I’d looked everywhere, but I couldn’t find it. I’d searched for so long that I’d forgotten what I was looking for three times. The good news is that wherever it was when I was looking for it, it’s still there. I decided to have something to eat. Maybe hunger was the cause of my inability to remember the location of whatever it was that I
was trying to find. Off to a restaurant I went. “Only one?” asked the headwaiter. They are good at that. “Just one?” is another common greeting. I wanted to say, “No, there are 29 more getting out of my car. We’re clowns.” He likely wanted to say, “Be sure to check out our Loser Special.” My meal came. The server waited until my mouth was full before asking, “How is everything?” I wanted to tell her about my shoelace that had broken that morning. I couldn’t find any replacement shoelaces, so I needed to go shopping. That’s what I wanted to say, but I couldn’t because my mouth was full. So I just nodded and gave her a thumps-up sign with my fork. Servers wait until a mouth is at full capacity before asking questions. That cuts down on complaints. AL BATT is a syndicated columnist. For questions or comments about this article, contact Al at allenbatt@ msn.com.
State pheasant index up 19 % Wet spring and summer affected reproduction; habitat decline remains long-term concern CONTRIBUTED MN DNR BILL STICKELS III | COUNTY STAR
Cooper Lennox was the lead runner for the Mora Mustangs during the Sept. 7 Cambridge-Isanti Invitational.
MORA CROSS COUNTRY RUNNING Head coach: Chris Goebel Assistant coach: Chana Lennox, Michelle Ostien, Rachel Norby
SEPT. 6 INVITATIONAL AT PINE CITY (GIRLS ONLY) “Tess Houglum was our top girl runner. She had pushed herself throughout the race to earn a top ﬁve ﬁnish.” - Chris Goebel
Varsity Girls 1. Zimmerman 32 2. Mora 40 3. Milaca 101 4. Chisago 103 5. Spectrum 108 6. Pine City 185 7. Hermantown 187 8. Hinckley 194 9. North Branch 215 10. Foley 240
JV Girls 1. Mora 17 2. North Branch 43
SEPT. 7 INVITATIONAL AT ISANTI (BOYS ONLY) “Cooper Lennox and Nate Williams led the boys to a great third place ﬁnish. They both had signiﬁcant improvement from last year’s meet.” - Chris Goebel
Varsity Boys 1. Forest Lake 2. Blaine 3. Mora 4. Centennial 5. Cambridge 6. Andover 7. Duluth East 8. N. St. Paul
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The 2018 roadside survey for pheasants showed a 19 percent increase in the overall pheasant index from 2017. While the index is similar to the 10-year average, it is still 52 percent below the long-term average. “Given the April snowstorms and heavy rains across a good portion of the pheasant range this year, it was surprising to see increases in the pheasant indices across so many regions,” said Lindsey Messinger, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources wildlife biologist who coordinated this year’s survey. “It appears hens may have delayed nesting and chicks were able to tolerate the rain in most areas.” Weather and habitat are the two main factors that drive Minnesota’s pheasant population trends. Weather causes annual fluctuations in pheasant numbers. In the south-central region of the pheasant range, late-season snowstorms and heavy rain this past spring and summer has been tough for pheasants. Habitat can help mitigate the impacts of weather and the availability of quality nesting habitat is more important for long-term pheasant population trends. Conservation Reserve Program acres in particular play a large role in providing habitat for pheasants in Minnesota. The program, covered under the federal Farm Bill, pays farmers to remove environmentally-sensitive land from agricultural production and restore vegetation that will reduce soil erosion, improve water quality, and provide habitat for wildlife and pollinators. Minnesota peaked in nesting habitat acres, particularly CRP acres, in 2007 but has declined since then. Minnesota added about 82,500 habitat acres in the past year, many of which were CRP acres; however, nearly 297,000 acres of CRP may be lost within the next two years due to contracts that are set to expire. ROADSIDE SURVEY DATA The DNR’s August roadside survey for pheasants showed a 19
percent increase in the overall pheasant index from 2017. This year’s statewide pheasant index was 45.5 birds per 100 miles of roads driven. The pheasant index increased in all regions except the south-central region, which decreased by 36 percent from 2017. The highest pheasant counts were in the west-central, southwest and central regions where observers reported 48 to 65 birds per 100 miles driven. Hunters should find the best hunting opportunities in these regions. Minnesota’s 2018 pheasant season is open Saturday, Oct. 13, through Monday, Jan. 1. ANNUAL WEATHER IMPACTS ON PHEASANTS Winters that linger can impact the start of the breeding season and success of early nests. Heavy rain, particularly at or just after hatching, can impact chick survival. One indication of delayed nesting activity were the ages of broods that observers recorded during the roadside surveys. From brood ages, approximate hatch dates are calculated. The range-wide hatch date in 2018 was nearly a week later than in 2017, and a few days later than the long-term average. Hatch dates in the southwest of June 26 and south-central of June 23 were 20 and eight days later, respectively, than in 2017, and they were one to two weeks later than the 10-year and long-term averages. Another key indicator of annual reproduction is the number of broods observed during roadside surveys. The 2018 statewide brood index increased 28 percent from last year. Regional brood indices increased in every region except the east-central region, where it remained similar to last year, and the south-central region, where it declined by 28 percent compared to last year. “Unfortunately, heavy rains came during the period of peak hatch in the south-central region,” Messinger said. “And as our survey results indicate, brood survival was affected in this region.” SURVEY INFORMATION Monitoring pheasant population trends is part of the DNR’s annual
August roadside wildlife survey, which began in 1955. DNR wildlife managers and conservation officers in the farmland region of Minnesota conduct the survey during the first half of August. This year’s survey consisted of 171 25-mile-long routes, with 151 routes located in the pheasant range. Observers drive each route in early morning and record the number and species of wildlife they see. The data provide an index of relative abundance and are used to monitor annual changes and long-term population trends of pheasants, gray (Hungarian) partridge, eastern cottontail rabbits, white-tailed jackrabbits, mourning doves, and other wildlife. The 2018 August Roadside Survey report and a map of pheasant hunting prospects are available at mndnr.gov/hunting/pheasant. Also recorded in this year’s survey: • The gray partridge index remained similar to 2017 and was 50 percent below the 10year average and 93 percent below the long-term average. • The mourning dove index decreased 7 percent from 2017 and remained below the 10-year average and longterm averages. • The cottontail rabbit index decreased 23 percent from 2017 but was 13 percent above the 10-year average and similar to the long-term average. • The white-tailed jackrabbit index was similar to last year and remains historically low. • The white-tailed deer index decreased 13 percent from 2017 but was still 19 percent above the 10-year average and 99 percent above the long-term average. During the 2018 pheasant season, the daily bag limit is two roosters through November, and it increases to three roosters on Saturday, Dec. 1. The possession limit is six roosters (increasing to nine roosters on Dec. 1). Shooting hours are 9 a.m. to sunset. Additional details are available at mndnr.gov/hunting/pheasant.
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CONSERVATION OPERATIONS Sept. 11, 2018 The following Minnesota Department of Natural Resources conservation officer weekly reports explain the activities performed by Division of Enforcement personnel in protecting Minnesota’s natural resources through effective law enforcement and education. Provided by the MN DNR on Sept. 11, 2018. Mora: Conservation Officer Mike Krauel spent time working early goose hunters and checking anglers on area lakes. With the recent cooler weather, both anglers and goose hunters are ﬁnding better success. Cambridge: Conservation Officer Angela Londgren continues to work on a background investigation. Time was also spent checking anglers, bear baits, hunters and ATV riders. Londgren worked with other agencies on wetland and public waters violations, and took complaints on nuisance animals.
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After an outpouring of support over the last year from local businesses, individuals and alumni, the Braham Area Education Foundation has announced that it is now accepting applications for its first round of grants. The Foundation will be seeking applications from faculty and staff within the Braham Area School District, for projects that expand learning opportunities for Braham’s students in ways that extend beyond the reach of the ordinary school budget. In this first year of supporting students, the
Foundation will provide grants of up to $1,000 each, for a total of up to $5,000. The Braham Area Education Foundation announced its official launch last fall, with a mission of providing Independent School District No. 314 with enhanced educational opportunities and resources, supporting academic excellence, and encouraging student achievement. The Foundation is a partner fund of the Initiative Foundation in Little Falls, which provides the Foundation with additional professional support in identifying educational needs, building
relationships with donors and managing the Foundation’s investments in Braham’s future. The development of that fund is off to a terrific start, thanks to a successful Spring Gala, with more than 300 people in attendance. Thanks to the gala and contributions from individuals and businesses in the Braham area and beyond, the foundation raised more than $90,000 in less than a year, and has its sights set on reaching $100,000 by homecoming. To add your support to the Foundation quickly and securely online, please visit www.ifound.
org/ give-BAEF. The Foundation will also be accepting freewill donations as it serves hamburgers before Braham’s home football games starting at 6 p.m. on Sept. 21. The members of the founding advisory board include Chair Tim Nelson, Vice Chair Terry Turnquist, Secretary Stephanie White, Treasurer Kelby Jennisen, Carrie Davis, Tracy Fix, Peter Hesselroth, Tammi Johnson, Edie Kaunonen, Aitor Leniz, Marie Meyer, Sue Riesing and Heather Sward, with Superintendent Ken Gagner serving as a non-voting member.
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Weinand completes school of banking CONTRIBUTED
Michael Weinand, vice president and senior lending officer, a 19 year employee of First Citizens Bank, was awarded a diploma on Aug. 10, 2018, at commencement exercises during the 74th annual session of the prestigious Graduate School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The school, sponsored by state bankers associations from across the central United States, as well as the University of Wisconsin-Madison, was established in 1945 to provide bankers with an opportunity for advanced study and research in banking, economics and leadership. Instruction at the Graduate School of Banking takes place during two-week
resident sessions for three consecutive summers, along with comprehensive study between summer resident sessions. The curriculum focuses on the management of strategic issues faced by banking executives and financial services industry professionals. More than 85 esteemed academicians, economists, government officials and industry professionals comprise the school’s faculty. In addition, Weinand was awarded a Certificate of Executive Leadership from the Center for Professional and Executive Development at the Wisconsin School of Business. This is the highest-level certificate offered by CPED and reflects the rigorous leadership curriculum that is delivered through the Graduate School of Banking.
Hinckley: Conservation officer Bret Grundmeier and Jacob Swedberg continued to patrol state forest areas for bear hunting activity and took complaints of hunters using ATVs in restricted areas. Nice weather also brought an increase in ﬁshing activity. While checking some remote ﬁshing spots late one evening, one small lake was found with a single boat and three occupants that had the lake to themselves. After visibly having a good time and catching northern pike, the trio quickly got quiet and nervous as they returned and found conservation officers waiting at the dock. The anglers had no ﬁshing licenses and no life preservers in the boat. Pine City: Conservation officer Eugene Wynn checked bear hunters and anglers during the week. He spent time checking WMAs and state forests for ATV and hunting activity. Wynn answered questions about upcoming hunting seasons and gave advice on nuisance animal complaints.
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ARIES - Mar 21/Apr 20 Aries, you may want to be everywhere at once when the social invitations arrive. But this week you will have to pick your RSVPs carefully. Spend time with close friends.
LIBRA - Sept 23/Oct 23 Focus most of your energy on a work assignment that has been looming for some time now, Libra. Once it is off your plate, you can focus your energy on everything else.
TAURUS - Apr 21/May 21 You may have a lot of things on your mind, Taurus. The best way to handle this kind of situation is to ﬁnd a quiet place and think about all the answers you need.
SCORPIO - Oct 24/Nov 22 Don’t worry if people do not always understand your intentions, Scorpio. You are a natural born leader, and you have to make some challenging decisions from time to time.
GEMINI - May 22/Jun 21 A spending spree is not the way to go right now, Gemini. You have to be more responsible with your money. Ask a relative or friend to help you work on a budget. CANCER - Jun 22/Jul 22 Problems have a funny way of sticking around even when you try to avoid them, Cancer. Rather than running from difﬁcult decisions, it is time to meet them head on. LEO - Jul 23/Aug 23 Leo, if you have had an overwhelming week, you can ﬁnd a restful spot to recharge. Plan a spa weekend or even just a quiet hike through a state park .
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VIRGO - Aug 24/Sept 22 A change of scenery is something you can use right now, Virgo. Pack up an overnight bag or backpack and hit the road for some spontaneous adventures.
SwiCounty County Swift Job Opportunies Job Opportunies Swift County is currently recruiting for the following positions: Swift County is currently recruiting for the following positions: - Restorative Practices - Restorative PracticesCoordinator Coordinator - Case Aide/Family Support and Educator Case Aide/Family Support and Educator - Communications & Corrections Officer - Communications & Corrections Ofﬁcer - Legal Assistant/Officer Manager Swift County excellent pay with a benefit - Legal offers Assistant/Ofﬁ cer Manager package that includes health, dental, life, vision and Swift County offers excellent pay with a beneﬁt package includes health, disability insurance, paid-time-off, and that PERA pension. dental, life, vision and disability insurance, paid-time-off, and PERA pension. An application packet and MN Merit link can be found An application packet and MN Merit link can be found at www.swiftcounty. at www.swiftcounty.com/jobs. Questions can be answered by calling 320-314-8321. com/jobs. Questions can be answered by calling 320-314-8321. Swift County is anisequal employer. Swift County an equalopportunity opportunity employer.
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SAGITTARIUS - Nov 23/Dec 21 Sagittarius, you may ﬁnd yourself as the life of the party sometime this week. Embrace the limelight but make sure to set aside some time for rest and relaxation. CAPRICORN - Dec 22/Jan 20 You have a big event on the horizon that you have been planning, Capricorn. If it has been taking up too much of your energy, try delegating a few tasks to get some relief. AQUARIUS - Jan 21/Feb 18 Aquarius, try to be supportive of those around you even when you may not agree with all of their reasoning. Diplomacy will help you keep a good group of friends. PISCES - Feb 19/Mar 20 Pisces, if you can’t ﬁgure out something that is puzzling you, it’s best to take it to a few other people who may offer a fresh perspective.
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Below are last week’s most read stories on the Kanabec County Times website, www.MoraMinn.com. 1. When NASA calls, Braham students answer: It’s a memorable day when you receive an email from NASA asking for a little help, and that’s exactly what happened to Braham High School, Agricultural, Science and Technology teacher Luke Becker. (3,558 pageviews) 2. New educators join Mora Public Schools: (284 pageviews) 3. Braham High School Class of ‘58 celebrates 60th reunion: The Braham High School Class of ‘58 held their 60th class reunion on Aug. 4 at the Brass Rail in Grandy. (277 pageviews) Are you a current print subscriber? Your subscription includes complimentary access all of the Times digital content. To access it, go to www.MoraMinn.com. Sign in or create an account. Select “Subscribe” in the top left corner. Choose “Online access for current print subscribers - Get Started” and follow the on screen instructions.
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Dennis Olstad (left) was a pupil of Don Johnson (right) at a North Dakota country school back in 1948. After not seeing each other for 67 years, the two men reunited in Mora.
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Teacher, pupil reunite after 67 years BY KIRSTEN FAURIE EDITOR@MORAMINN.COM
The two men hadn’t seen each other in 67 years. On Thursday, Sept. 6, a former country school teacher and his pupil came together in Mora for a unique reunion. In 1948, Don Johnson was just 17 years old when he was asked to teach in Kathryn, North Dakota. The area was experiencing a teacher shortage and no one had stepped forward to educate the school’s eight students. Don grew up less than 20 miles away in Fort Ransom and had just graduated from high school. He had attended only two months of college to be a teacher when he was asked to teach at the country school. Don was offered a $1,700 salary for the year, which he jumped at. By saving his money, he was able to pay cash to buy a brand-new, 1950 Studebaker. Don taught in Kathryn for three years before moving on to teach in Lisbon, North Dakota. During those three years in Kathryn, Don grew to know a young student, Dennis Olstad, who was attending for his first, second and third-grade years. “I enjoyed school,” Dennis recalled. Dennis walked half of a mile across country to school. His neighbors, Virginia and Sharon Nelson, also attended school with him. As the students grew up and Don taught elsewhere, Virginia stayed in touch. Today, she calls Don every week to talk. It was Virigina who knew Don now lives in Mora and heard that Dennis was moving to Belle Plaine. She saw an opportunity for the two men to reunite. At her prompting, on Sept. 6, Dennis drove to meet Don at his Mora apartment. Together they looked at old photographs of the
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Don Johnson (back left) poses with his country school students, including Dennis Olstad, in 1950. Pictured: Back row (l-r): Donald Johnson, Wayne Hustoft, Norval Hustoft and Shirliann Olstad. Middle: Jerald Hustoft, Gerald Larson, Dennis Olstad, Myron Kulsrud and Barbara Hustoft. Front: Virginia and Sharon Nelson.
schoolchildren and reminisced about the cast iron stove and how Dennis’ mother was the first to call the school when bad weather was on the way. Though it had been 67 years, the men spoke as old friends and
recalled their years as teacher and pupil as if it were hardly yesterday. Dennis recalled Don’s teachings fondly. “He was the only teacher I had, so he was the best teacher,” Dennis teased.
SEPTEMBER 13, 2018
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE THE RIGHT TO VERIFICATION OF THE DEBT AND IDENTITY OF THE ORIGINAL CREDITOR WITHIN THE TIME PROVIDED BY LAW IS NOT AFFECTED BY THIS ACTION. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that default has occurred in the conditions of the following described mortgage: DATE OF MORTGAGE: August 18, 2008 ORIGINAL PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF MORTGAGE: $74,800.00 MORTGAGOR(S): Jesse L. Polchow, a single person MORTGAGEE: Midwest Minnesota Community Development Corporation LENDER OR BROKER AND MORTGAGE ORIGINATOR STATED ON THE MORTGAGE: Midwest Minnesota Community Development Corporation SERVICER: Carrington Mortgage Services, LLC DATE AND PLACE OF FILING: Filed September 11, 2008, Kanabec County Recorder, as Document Number 229755 ASSIGNMENTS OF MORTGAGE: Assigned to: JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A.; thereafter assigned to Carrington Mortgage Services, LLC. LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: All of Lot 16 and the North 10 feet of Lot 18, McLean Street, Bond’s Addition to Mora PROPERTY ADDRESS: 343 McLean St, Mora, MN 55051 PROPERTY IDENTIFICATION NUMBER: 22.03665.00 COUNTY IN WHICH PROPERTY IS LOCATED: Kanabec THE AMOUNT CLAIMED TO BE DUE ON THE MORTGAGE ON THE DATE OF THE NOTICE: $66,034.29 THAT all pre-foreclosure requirements have been complied with; that no action or proceeding has been instituted at law or otherwise to recover the debt secured by said mortgage, or any part thereof; PURSUANT, to the power of sale contained in said mortgage, the above described property will be sold by the Sheriff of said county as follows: DATE AND TIME OF SALE: August 30, 2018, 10:00 a.m. PLACE OF SALE: Sheriff’s Main Office, 18 North Vine, Suite 143, Mora, MN 55051 to pay the debt secured by said mortgage and taxes, if any, on said premises and the costs and disbursements, including attorneys fees allowed by law, subject to redemption within 6 months from the date of said sale by the mortgagor(s) the personal representatives or assigns. TIME AND DATE TO VACATE PROPERTY: If the real estate is an owner-occupied, single-family dwelling, unless otherwise provided by law, the date on or before which the mortgagor(s) must vacate the property, if the mortgage is not reinstated under section 580.30 or the property is not redeemed under section 580.23, is 11:59 p.m. on February 28, 2019, or the next business day if February 28, 2019, falls on a Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday. “THE TIME ALLOWED BY LAW FOR REDEMPTION BY THE MORTGAGOR, THE MORTGAGOR’S PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVES OR ASSIGNS, MAY BE REDUCED TO FIVE WEEKS IF A JUDICIAL ORDER IS ENTERED UNDER MINNESOTA STATUTES SECTION 582.032 DETERMINING, AMONG OTHER THINGS, THAT THE MORTGAGED PREMISES ARE IMPROVED WITH A RESIDENTIAL DWELLING OF LESS THAN 5 UNITS, ARE NOT PROPERTY USED FOR AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION, AND ARE ABANDONED. Dated: July 2, 2018 Carrington Mortgage Services, LLC Assignee of Mortgagee SHAPIRO & ZIELKE, LLP Lawrence P. Zielke - 152559 Melissa L. B. Porter - 0337778 Randolph W. Dawdy - 2160X Gary J. Evers - 0134764 Tracy J. Halliday - 034610X Attorneys for Mortgagee Shapiro & Zielke, LLP 12550 West Frontage Road, Suite 200 Burnsville, MN 55337 (952) 831-4060 18-109589 THIS IS A COMMUNICATION FROM A DEBT COLLECTOR NOTICE OF POSTPONEMENT OF
www.moraminn.com MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE The above referenced sale scheduled for August 30, 2018, at 10:00 a.m., has been postponed to October 2, 2018, at 10:00 a.m., and will be held at sheriffs main address 18 North Vine, Suite 143, Mora, MN 55051. Unless the mortgage is reinstated under Minnesota Statute 580.30 or the property is redeemed under Minnesota Statute 580.23 the property must be vacated by April 2, 2019. If this date falls on a Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday, the date to vacate will be the next business day at 11:59 p.m. 18-109589 THIS IS A COMMUNICATION FROM A DEBT COLLECTOR. Dated: August 28, 2018. Carrington Mortgage Services, LLC Assignee of Mortgagee SHAPIRO & ZIELKE, LLP Lawrence P. Zielke - 152559 Melissa L. B. Porter - 0337778 Randolph W. Dawdy - 2160X Gary J. Evers - 0134764 Tracy J. Halliday - 034610X 12550 West Frontage Road, Suite 200 Burnsville, MN 55337 (952) 831-4060 18-109589 Attorney for Assignee of Mortgagee Published in the Kanabec County Times Sept. 13, 2018 NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE THE RIGHT TO VERIFICATION OF THE DEBT AND IDENTITY OF THE ORIGINAL CREDITOR WITHIN THE TIME PROVIDED BY LAW IS NOT AFFECTED BY THIS ACTION. 18-109176 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that default has occurred in the conditions of the following described mortgage: DATE OF MORTGAGE: October 21, 2015 ORIGINAL PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF MORTGAGE: $234,181.00 MORTGAGOR(S): Richard Lee Kubat, Jr., single MORTGAGEE: Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. TRANSACTION AGENT: Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. MIN#: 1006613-1234578644-3 LENDER OR BROKER AND MORTGAGE ORIGINATOR STATED ON THE MORTGAGE: E Mortgage Management, LLC SERVICER: Cenlar FSB DATE AND PLACE OF FILING: Filed October 28, 2015, Kanabec County Recorder, as Document Number 254326 ASSIGNMENTS OF MORTGAGE: Assigned to: AmeriHome Mortgage Company, LLC LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: The South Half of Southwest Quarter of Northwest Quarter (S 1/2 of SW 1/4 of NW 1/4) of Section Nineteen (19), Township Thirty-Eight (38), Range Twenty-Three (23). PROPERTY ADDRESS: 1270 Mahogany St, Braham, MN 55006 PROPERTY IDENTIFICATION NUMBER: 06.01190.10 COUNTY IN WHICH PROPERTY IS LOCATED: Kanabec THE AMOUNT CLAIMED TO BE DUE ON THE MORTGAGE ON THE DATE OF THE NOTICE: $236,880.87 THAT all pre-foreclosure requirements have been complied with; that no action or proceeding has been instituted at law or otherwise to recover the debt secured by said mortgage, or any part thereof; PURSUANT, to the power of sale contained in said mortgage, the above described property will be sold by the Sheriff of said county as follows: DATE AND TIME OF SALE: September 27, 2018, 10:00 a.m. PLACE OF SALE: Sheriff’s Main Office, 18 North Vine, Suite 143, Mora, MN 55051 to pay the debt secured by said mortgage and taxes, if any, on said premises and the costs and disbursements, including attorneys fees allowed by law, subject to redemption within 6 months from the date of said sale by the mortgagor(s) the personal representatives or assigns. TIME AND DATE TO VACATE PROPERTY: If the real estate is an owner-occupied, single-family dwelling, unless otherwise provided by law, the date on or before which the mortgagor(s) must vacate the property, if the mortgage is not reinstated under section 580.30 or
the property is not redeemed under section 580.23, is 11:59 p.m. on March 27, 2019, or the next business day if March 27, 2019, falls on a Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday. “THE TIME ALLOWED BY LAW FOR REDEMPTION BY THE MORTGAGOR, THE MORTGAGOR’S PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVES OR ASSIGNS, MAY BE REDUCED TO FIVE WEEKS IF A JUDICIAL ORDER IS ENTERED UNDER MINNESOTA STATUTES SECTION 582.032 DETERMINING, AMONG OTHER THINGS, THAT THE MORTGAGED PREMISES ARE IMPROVED WITH A RESIDENTIAL DWELLING OF LESS THAN 5 UNITS, ARE NOT PROPERTY USED FOR AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION, AND ARE ABANDONED. Dated: August 6, 2018 AmeriHome Mortgage Company, LLC Assignee of Mortgagee SHAPIRO & ZIELKE, LLP Lawrence P. Zielke - 152559 Melissa L. B. Porter - 0337778 Randolph W. Dawdy - 2160X Gary J. Evers - 0134764 Tracy J. Halliday - 034610X Attorneys for Mortgagee Shapiro & Zielke, LLP 12550 West Frontage Road, Suite 200 Burnsville, MN 55337 (952) 831-4060 THIS IS A COMMUNICATION FROM A DEBT COLLECTOR Published in the Kanabec County Times Aug. 9, 16, 23, 30, Sept. 6, 13, 2018 NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE THE RIGHT TO VERIFICATION OF THE DEBT AND IDENTITY OF THE ORIGINAL CREDITOR WITHIN THE TIME PROVIDED BY LAW IS NOT AFFECTED BY THIS ACTION. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that default has occurred in conditions of the following described mortgage: DATE OF MORTGAGE: April 27, 2012 MORTGAGOR: Renee James and Bradley A James, wife and husband. MORTGAGEE: Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. as nominee for Wintrust Mortgage, a division of Barrington Bank and Trust Co., N.A., its successors and assigns. DATE AND PLACE OF RECORDING: Filed May 22, 2012, Kanabec County Registrar of Titles, Document No. 3514 on Certificate of Title No. 1222.0. ASSIGNMENTS OF MORTGAGE: Assigned to: U.S. Bank National Association. Dated July 10, 2013 Filed July 17, 2013 , as Document No. 3622. Said Mortgage being upon Registered Land. TRANSACTION AGENT: Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. TRANSACTION AGENT’S MORTGAGE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER ON MORTGAGE: 100031200010896295 LENDER OR BROKER AND MORTGAGE ORIGINATOR STATED ON MORTGAGE: Wintrust Mortgage, a division of Barrington Bank and Trust Co., N.A. RESIDENTIAL MORTGAGE SERVICER: U.S. Bank National Association MORTGAGED PROPERTY ADDRESS: 2330 280th Avenue, Brook Park, MN 55007 TAX PARCEL I.D. #: 12.03350.00 LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: Lot 4, Block 1, Blackberry Acres, Kanabec County, Minnesota. COUNTY IN WHICH PROPERTY IS LOCATED: Kanabec ORIGINAL PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF MORTGAGE: $96,938.00 AMOUNT DUE AND CLAIMED TO BE DUE AS OF DATE OF NOTICE, INCLUDING TAXES, IF ANY, PAID BY MORTGAGEE: $104,498.79 That prior to the commencement of this mortgage foreclosure proceeding Mortgagee/Assignee of Mortgagee complied with all notice requirements as required by statute; That no action or proceeding has been instituted at law or otherwise to recover the debt secured by said mortgage, or any part thereof; PURSUANT to the power of sale contained in said mortgage, the above described property will be sold by the Sheriff of said county as follows: DATE AND TIME OF SALE: October 25, 2018, at 10:00 a.m. PLACE OF SALE: S h e r i f f ’ s Office, 18 North Vine Street, Suite 143, Mora, MN 55051 to pay the debt then secured by
said Mortgage, and taxes, if any, on said premises, and the costs and disbursements, including attorneys’ fees allowed by law subject to redemption within six (6) months from the date of said sale by the mortgagor(s), their personal representatives or assigns unless reduced to Five (5) weeks under MN Stat. §580.07. TIME AND DATE TO VACATE PROPERTY: If the real estate is an owner-occupied, single-family dwelling, unless otherwise provided by law, the date on or before which the mortgagor(s) must vacate the property if the mortgage is not reinstated under section 580.30 or the property is not redeemed under section 580.23 is 11:59 p.m. on April 25, 2019, unless that date falls on a weekend or legal holiday, in which case it is the next weekday, and unless the redemption period is reduced to 5 weeks under MN Stat. Secs. 580.07 or 582.032. MORTGAGOR(S) RELEASED FROM FINANCIAL OBLIGATION ON MORTGAGE: None “THE TIME ALLOWED BY LAW FOR REDEMPTION BY THE MORTGAGOR, THE MORTGAGOR’S PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVES OR ASSIGNS, MAY BE REDUCED TO FIVE WEEKS IF A JUDICIAL ORDER IS ENTERED UNDER MINNESOTA STATUTES, SECTION 582.032, DETERMINING, AMONG OTHER THINGS, THAT THE MORTGAGED PREMISES ARE IMPROVED WITH A RESIDENTIAL DWELLING OF LESS THAN FIVE UNITS, ARE NOT PROPERTY USED IN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION, AND ARE ABANDONED.” Dated: August 13, 2018 U.S. Bank National Association Mortgagee/Assignee of Mortgagee USSET, WEINGARDEN AND LIEBO, P.L.L.P. Attorneys for Mortgagee/ Assignee of Mortgagee 4500 Park Glen Road #300 Minneapolis, MN 55416 (952) 925-6888 19 - 18-005220 FC THIS IS A COMMUNICATION FROM A DEBT COLLECTOR. Published in the Kanabec County Times Aug. 23, 30, Sept. 6, 13, 20, 27, 2018 NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE THE RIGHT TO VERIFICATION OF THE DEBT AND IDENTITY OF THE ORIGINAL CREDITOR WITHIN THE TIME PROVIDED BY LAW IS NOT AFFECTED BY THIS ACTION. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that default has occurred in the conditions of the following described mortgage: DATE OF MORTGAGE: April 18, 2017 ORIGINAL PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF MORTGAGE: $204,778.00 MORTGAGOR(S): John M. Murray, a single man MORTGAGEE: Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. TRANSACTION AGENT: Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. MIN#: 100853701017436253 LENDER OR BROKER AND MORTGAGE ORIGINATOR STATED ON THE MORTGAGE: loanDepot.com, LLC SERVICER: Cenlar FSB DATE AND PLACE OF FILING: Filed April 25, 2017, Kanabec County Recorder, as Document Number 259353 ASSIGNMENTS OF MORTGAGE: Assigned to: loanDepot.com, LLC LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: The Southwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter Section 35, Township 40, Range 23, Kanabec County, Minnesota, lying North of the Great Northern Railway Right-ofWay, except the following described parcel: That part of the Southwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section 35, Township 40, Range 23, Kanabec County, Minnesota, which lies Northerly of the Northerly rightof-way-Line of Wilkinson Avenue and Southeasterly of the following described line: Commencing at the Northeast Corner of said Southwest Quarter of Northwest Quarter; thence South 00 degrees 39 minutes 14 seconds East (assumed bearing) along the East Line of said Southwest Quarter of Northwest Quarter 485.92 feet to the point of beginning of the line to be described; thence South 89 degrees 29 minutes 25 seconds West 30.00 feet; thence South 04 degrees 30 minutes 27 seconds East 286.11 feet, more or less, to
KANABEC COUNTY TIMES said Northerly right-of-way line of Wilkinson Avenue and said line there terminating. PROPERTY ADDRESS: 26100 Wilkinson Ave, Brook Park, MN 55007 PROPERTY IDENTIFICATION NUMBER: 24.00035.00 COUNTY IN WHICH PROPERTY IS LOCATED: Kanabec THE AMOUNT CLAIMED TO BE DUE ON THE MORTGAGE ON THE DATE OF THE NOTICE: $207,647.28 THAT all pre-foreclosure requirements have been complied with; that no action or proceeding has been instituted at law or otherwise to recover the debt secured by said mortgage, or any part thereof; PURSUANT, to the power of sale contained in said mortgage, the above described property will be sold by the Sheriff of said county as follows: DATE AND TIME OF SALE: October 18, 2018, 10:00 a.m. PLACE OF SALE: Sheriff’s Main Office, 18 North Vine, Suite 143, Mora, MN 55051 to pay the debt secured by said mortgage and taxes, if any, on said premises and the costs and disbursements, including attorneys fees allowed by law, subject to redemption within 12 months from the date of said sale by the mortgagor(s) the personal representatives or assigns. TIME AND DATE TO VACATE PROPERTY: If the real estate is an owner-occupied, single-family dwelling, unless otherwise provided by law, the date on or before which the mortgagor(s) must vacate the property, if the mortgage is not reinstated under section 580.30 or the property is not redeemed under section 580.23, is 11:59 p.m. on October 18, 2019, or the next business day if October 18, 2019, falls on a Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday. “THE TIME ALLOWED BY LAW FOR REDEMPTION BY THE MORTGAGOR, THE MORTGAGOR’S PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVES OR ASSIGNS, MAY BE REDUCED TO FIVE WEEKS IF A JUDICIAL ORDER IS ENTERED UNDER MINNESOTA STATUTES SECTION 582.032 DETERMINING, AMONG OTHER THINGS, THAT THE MORTGAGED PREMISES ARE IMPROVED WITH A RESIDENTIAL DWELLING OF LESS THAN 5 UNITS, ARE NOT PROPERTY USED FOR AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION, AND ARE ABANDONED. Dated: August 23, 2018 loanDepot.com, LLC Assignee of Mortgagee SHAPIRO & ZIELKE, LLP Lawrence P. Zielke - 152559 Melissa L. B. Porter - 0337778 Randolph W. Dawdy - 2160X Gary J. Evers - 0134764 Tracy J. Halliday - 034610X Attorneys for Mortgagee Shapiro & Zielke, LLP 12550 West Frontage Road, Suite 200 Burnsville, MN 55337 (952) 831-4060 18-109693 THIS IS A COMMUNICATION FROM A DEBT COLLECTOR Published in the Kanabec County Times Aug. 30, Sept. 6, 13, 20, 27, Oct. 4, 2018 MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE/ MONEY JUDGMENT CASE TYPE: 14 STATE OF MINNESOTA DISTRICT COURT COUNTY OF KANABEC TENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT WESTERN NATIONAL BANK, Court File No. 33-C-18-137 Plaintiff, NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S FORECLOSURE SALE v. BRIDGET A. LIEN; JEFFREY S. LIEN; JEFFREY H. LIEN; UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE; STATE OF MINNESOTA, DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE; YELLOW BOOK SALES AND DISTRIBUTION COMPANY, INC., NOW KNOWN AS HIBU INC.; MIDLAND FUNDING, LLC; CAPITAL ONE BANK (USA), NATIONAL ASSOCIATION; AND WINGS FINANCIAL CREDIT UNION, F/K/A CITY COUNTY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION, Defendants. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that under and by virtue of Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law, Order for Judgment and Judgment in the above entitled action dated August 20, 2018, (the “Order”), a copy of which has been delivered to me, I, the undersigned Sheriff/Deputy of Kanabec County, Minnesota, will sell at public auction to the
highest bidder, on the 25th day of October, 2018, at 10:00 a.m. in the office of the Kanabec County Sheriff, Kanabec County Courthouse, 18 North Vine Street, Suite 143, Mora, Minnesota 55051, the real property located in Kanabec County, Minnesota, described as: Lots 11 and 12, Block 1, Baums Addition, Kanabec County, Minnesota, together with an undivided 1/20th interest in Lot 22, Strandlund’s Ann River Estates. (Property address: 20181 Ann River Drive, Mora, Minnesota; PIN: 02.05665.00) Said sale will be made to satisfy amounts adjudged and due plaintiff and described in the Order against defendants, Bridget A. Lien, Jeffrey S. Lien and Jeffrey H. Lien, jointly and severally, and subject to redemption by the mortgagors, their personal representatives or assigns, within six (6) months from the date of confirmation of the sheriff’s sale. SHERIFF OF KANABEC COUNTY Brian R. Smith Dated: Aug. 27, 2018 Attorneys for Plaintiff: Robert R. Kanuit (#0252530) Fryberger, Buchanan, Smith & Frederick, P.A. 302 West Superior Street, Suite 700 Duluth, MN 55802 (218) 725-6812 6951-225 Published in the Kanabec County Times Sept. 6, 13, 20. 27, Oct. 4, 11, 2018
REQUEST FOR THE PUBLIC REVIEW AND COMMENT ON PROPOSAL FOR TITLE III COST SHARING AND PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT & COORDINATION FUNDING In accordance with the Older Americans Act (Section 315(c)(1)), the Central MN Council on Aging (CMCOA) is allowed to submit a proposal to the Minnesota Board on Aging (MBA) to use Title III funds for the purpose of providing supportive, health promotion, and caregiver support services and will employ a cost sharing strategy for allowable services to expand potential of this Title III funding to support older individuals and their families in the central 14 county region of Minnesota. The Area Agency on Aging is required to solicit the views of older individuals, providers, and other stakeholders on the implementation of its cost sharing strategy for review and comment. CMCOA is proposing to use approximately $275,018 in Title III-E National Family Caregiver Support funds to pay for caregiver activities/ services, $416,671 in Title III-B funds to pay for supportive services, and $89,469 in Title III-D funds to pay for health promotion/disease prevention programs in 2019 which are subject to cost sharing requirements. CMCOA is allowed to submit a proposal to the MBA to transfer Title III-B (Supportive Services) funds to the Area Plan administration for Program Development and Coordination Activities that will have a direct and positive impact on the enhancement of services for older persons in the 14 county central planning and service region of Minnesota. The Area Agency on Aging is required to make the details of such proposals available to the general public for review and comment. The CMCOA is proposing to use $154,445 in Title III-B funds to support Program Development and Coordination Activities during 2019 as a cost of Area Plan administration. The MBA policy allows up to 25% of these funds to be used for this purpose. The proposed amount represents 25% of the Area Agency on Aging’s new Title III-B direct service allotment. Written comments are encouraged and will be accepted until September 21, 2018. Please send to: email@example.com or CMCOA, 250 Riverside Ave North, #300, Sartell, MN 56377 Individuals may also give oral testimony at the Public Hearing to be held at CMCOA at the address above on Monday, September 24, 2018 at 9:00 a.m. Testimony is limited to 5 minutes per person. Send RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by September 21, 2018 to register your attendance and, if desired, your intent to speak at the hearing. Published in the Kanabec County Times Sept. 13, 2018
SEE PUBLIC NOTICES, PAGE 20
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OFFICE OF THE MINNESOTA SECRETARY OF STATE CERTIFICATE OF ASSUMED NAME MINNESOTA STATUTES CHAPTER 333 The filing of an assumed name does not provide a user with exclusive rights to that name. The filing is required for consumer protection in order to enable customers to be able to identify the true owner of a business. ASSUMED NAME: DresserMethven Funeral and Cremation Services PRINCIPAL PLACE OF BUSINESS: 124 Maple Ave. E.,Mora MN 55051 NAMEHOLDER(S) : ChristiansonFroehling, LLC Address: 124 Maple Ave. E., Mora 55051 USA By typing my name, I, the undersigned, certify that I am signing this document as the person whose signature is required, or as agent of the person(s) whose signature would be required who has authorized me to sign this document on his/ her behalf, or in both capacities. I further certify that I have completed all required fields, and that the information in this document is true and correct and in compliance with the applicable chapter of Minnesota Statutes. I understand that by signing this document I am subject to the penalties of perjury as set forth in Section 609.48 as if I had signed this document under oath. SIGNED BY: Ryan Christianson EMAIL ADDRESS FOR OFFICIAL NOTICES: ChristiansonFroehling@gmail.com Work Item: 1030224600022 Original File Number: 1030224600022 State of Minnesota Office of the Secretary of State Filed: Aug. 30, 2018 11:59 p.m. Steve Simon Secretary of State Published in the Kanabec County Times Sept. 6, 13, 2018
OFFICE OF THE MINNESOTA SECRETARY OF STATE CERTIFICATE OF ASSUMED NAME MINNESOTA STATUTES CHAPTER 333 The filing of an assumed name does not provide a user with exclusive rights to that name. The filing is required for consumer protection in order to enable customers to be able to identify the true owner of a business. ASSUMED NAME: Just Wild PRINCIPAL PLACE OF BUSINESS: 28733 Hillside Circle, Brook Park MN 55007 USA NAMEHOLDER(S): Patrick Joseph Saunders; Linda Kay Saunders Address: 28733 Hillside Circle, Brook Park MN 55007 USA By typing my name, I, the undersigned, certify that I am signing this document as the person whose signature is required, or as agent of the person(s) whose signature would be required who has authorized me to sign this document on his/ her behalf, or in both capacities. I further certify that I have completed all required fields, and that the information in this document is true and correct and in compliance with the applicable chapter of Minnesota Statutes. I understand that by signing this document I am subject to the penalties of perjury as set forth in Section 609.48 as if I had signed this document under oath. SIGNED BY: Patrick J. Saunders MAILING ADDRESS: 28733 Hillside Circle, Brook Park MN 55007 EMAIL ADDRESS FOR OFFICIAL NOTICES: morapjs@ yahoo.com Original File Number: 1030444100022 State of Minnesota Office of the Secretary of State Filed: Sept. 3, 2018 11:59 p.m. Steve Simon Secretary of State Published in the Kanabec County Times Sept. 13, 20, 2018
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE THE RIGHT TO VERIFICATION OF THE DEBT AND IDENTITY OF THE ORIGINAL CREDITOR WITHIN THE TIME PROVIDED BY LAW IS NOT AFFECTED BY THIS ACTION.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that default has occurred in conditions of the following described mortgage: DATE OF MORTGAGE: November 3, 2017 MORTGAGOR: Leon A Schoumaker, a single man. MORTGAGEE: Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. as nominee for Land Home Financial Services, Inc. DATE AND PLACE OF RECORDING: Recorded November 16, 2017, Kanabec County Recorder, Document No. 261343. ASSIGNMENTS OF MORTGAGE: Assigned to: Land Home Financial Services, Inc. Dated July 27, 2018 Recorded August 3, 2018, as Document No. 263704. TRANSACTION AGENT: Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. TRANSACTION AGENT’S MORTGAGE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER ON MORTGAGE: 1001138-0000320005-7 LENDER OR BROKER AND MORTGAGE ORIGINATOR STATED ON MORTGAGE: Land Home Financial Services, Inc. RESIDENTIAL MORTGAGE SERVICER: Land Home Financial Services, Inc. MORTGAGED PROPERTY ADDRESS: 2964 Ivory Street, Mora, MN 55051 TAX PARCEL I.D. #: 08.01815.00 LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: Lot 9, Block 2, Raspberry Acres, Kanabec County, Minnesota. COUNTY IN WHICH PROPERTY IS LOCATED: Kanabec ORIGINAL PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF MORTGAGE: $98,090.00 AMOUNT DUE AND CLAIMED TO BE DUE AS OF DATE OF NOTICE, INCLUDING TAXES, IF ANY, PAID BY MORTGAGEE: $101,545.21 That prior to the commencement of this mortgage foreclosure proceeding Mortgagee/Assignee of Mortgagee complied with all notice requirements as required by statute; That no action or proceeding has been instituted at law or otherwise to recover the debt secured by said mortgage, or any part thereof; PURSUANT to the power of sale contained in said mortgage, the above described property will be sold by the Sheriff of said county as follows: DATE AND TIME OF SALE: October 30, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. PLACE OF SALE: S h e r i f f ’ s Office, 18 North Vine Street, Suite 143, Mora, MN 55051 to pay the debt then secured by said Mortgage, and taxes, if any, on said premises, and the costs and disbursements, including attorneys’ fees allowed by law subject to redemption within six (6) months from the date of said sale by the mortgagor(s), their personal representatives or assigns unless reduced to Five (5) weeks under MN Stat. §580.07. TIME AND DATE TO VACATE PROPERTY: If the real estate is an owner-occupied, single-family dwelling, unless otherwise provided by law, the date on or before which the mortgagor(s) must vacate the property if the mortgage is not reinstated under section 580.30 or the property is not redeemed under section 580.23 is 11:59 p.m. on April 30, 2019, unless that date falls on a weekend or legal holiday, in which case it is the next weekday, and unless the redemption period is reduced to 5 weeks under MN Stat. Secs. 580.07 or 582.032. MORTGAGOR(S) RELEASED FROM FINANCIAL OBLIGATION ON MORTGAGE: None “THE TIME ALLOWED BY LAW FOR REDEMPTION BY THE MORTGAGOR, THE MORTGAGOR’S PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVES OR ASSIGNS, MAY BE REDUCED TO FIVE WEEKS IF A JUDICIAL ORDER IS ENTERED UNDER MINNESOTA STATUTES, SECTION 582.032, DETERMINING, AMONG OTHER THINGS, THAT THE MORTGAGED PREMISES ARE IMPROVED WITH A RESIDENTIAL DWELLING OF LESS THAN FIVE UNITS, ARE NOT PROPERTY USED IN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION, AND ARE ABANDONED.” Dated: August 28, 2018 Land Home Financial Services, Inc. Mortgagee/Assignee of Mortgagee USSET, WEINGARDEN AND LIEBO, P.L.L.P. Attorneys for Mortgagee/ Assignee of Mortgagee 4500 Park Glen Road #300 Minneapolis, MN 55416 (952) 925-6888 9 - 18-005437 FC THIS IS A COMMUNICATION
FROM A DEBT COLLECTOR. Published in the Kanabec County Times Sept. 6, 13, 20, 27, Oct. 4, 11, 2018
kanabeccounty.org. Published in the Kanabec County Times Sept. 13, 2018
APPROVED MINUTES OF THE OGILVIE SCHOOL BOARD REGULAR MEETING OGILVIE SCHOOL BOARD ROOM June 25, 2018 Present at the meeting were board members: Gunderson, DeYoung, Hass and DeBoer. Members Anderson and Hickerson; and Student Board Member Emma Hickerson were absent. Also present were: Superintendent Kathy Belsheim, Teri Belsheim, Alicia Nelson, Kristen Akkerman, Becky Meyman and Laurie Torgeson. Chair DeYoung called the meeting to order at 6:04 p.m. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited. Chair DeYoung welcomed the guests. Motion to approve the agenda as presented by DeBoer, seconded by Hass. Motion carried unanimously. No one addressed the Board during Open Forum. Consent Agenda: 6. Approval of Minutes a. May 21, 2018 Regular School Board Meeting b. June 11, 2018 School Board Meeting 7. Personnel: a. Scott Bowman, 1.0 FTE Teacher of Chemistry and Physical Science for 2018-2019 b. Rebecca Rittenour, 1.0 FTE Teacher of High School English for 2018-19 c. Paul Jacobs, Maintenance Operations Co-Coordinator – effective 7/1/18 d. Ken VanDriel, Maintenance Operations Co-Coordinator – effective 7/1/18 e. Brooke Stulc, Business Office Assistant/Payroll – effective 7/1/18 f. Melinda Bullford, Bus Driver resignation – effective 6/1/18 g. Schedule C Advisors/Extra Assignments for 2018-19 school year: i. Jessica Knoll – Senior Class ii. Lisa HIckerson – Junior Class iii. Jessica Bester – FFA iv. Deb Tornow – Vocal Music Director v. Ashley Espeseth – National Honor Society vi. Dylan Walker – Yearbook vii. Brad Aasen – HS Student Council viii. Benji Besser – ML Student Council ix. Amber Aasen – OWN It! h. Becky Sanborn, amended 2018-19 contract i. Dawn Hass (resignation effective 6/30/18) 8. Contracts a. Resource Training & Solutions Management Services – renewal effective 7/1/18 b. Resource Training & Solutions Membership renewal for 2018-19 c. EMC Insurance – Princeton Agencies – effective 7/1/18 d. MREA Membership – renewal effective 7/1/18 e. Student Assurance Services – Catastrophic Insurance renewal effective 8/1/18 f. Grand Canyon University – Student Teaching Affiliation effective 5/24/18-12/31/2020 9. Approve the letting of the dairy bids, bead, food suppliers, top 10 cleaning supplies, fuel and snowplowing quotes for the 2018-19 school year. (The administration reports can be found at www.ogilvie.k12.mn.us District Tab – Documents (left) School Board Reports 2018 folder.) Member DeBoer shared his ECRDC Board resignation due to conflicting meeting times with our school board meetings. Member Gunderson shared that she attended the interview hosted last week for our Speech and Language Pathologist. Motion to approve the consent agenda as presented with the removal of 7e and 7i by DeBoer, seconded by Gunderson. Discussion followed regarding contracts. Motion carried unanimously. Motion to approve the resignation for Dawn Hass – effective 6/30/18 by DeBoer, seconded by Gunderson. Motion carried with yes votes from DeYoung, DeBoer and Gunderson. Member Hass abstained. The Board would like to thank her for her years of service to the district. Motion to approve the contract for Brooke Stulc, Business Office Assistant/Payroll – effective 7/1/18 by Hass, seconded by DeBoer. Motion carried unanimously.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given that on Wednesday, September 26, 2018, at the Kanabec County Courthouse (18 North Vine Street, Room 164, Mora, MN 55051), the Kanabec County Board of Commissioners will hold a public hearing at 6:30 p.m. concerning submittal of an application to the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) for a grant under the Minnesota Investment Fund (MIF) program. The Kanabec County Board of Commissioners is requesting a $250,000 MIF grant from DEED to assist with the NorthStar Pontoons project to be located in Mora Industrial Park in Mora, MN. The funds will be loaned to the business for machinery and equipment. The funds will assist with the creation of fourteen jobs within two years of operation. All interested parties are invited to attend the public hearing at which time you will be given the opportunity to express comments on the project. Written testimony will also be accepted at the public hearing. Written comments must be received by Monday, September 24, 2018, to 18 North Vine Street, #101, Mora, MN 55051. Specific questions can be directed to Heidi Steinmetz at 320-209-5031. The Kanabec County Board of Commissioners makes reasonable accommodation for any known disability and to meet the needs of non-English speaking residents that may interfere with a person’s ability to participate in this public hearing. Persons needing an accommodation must notify Heidi Steinmetz at 320-209-5031 no later than Monday, September 24, 2018, to allow adequate time to make needed arrangements. Published in the Kanabec County Times Sept. 13, 2018 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING IN KANABEC TOWNSHIP The Kanabec Township Board of Supervisors will hold a Public Hearing on Thursday, September 27, 2018, at 6:00 p.m. at the Kanabec Township hall located at 200 East Rutherford Street, Ogilvie. The purpose of this hearing is to consider a Conditional Use Permit application submitted by Carl Boudreau for a Vinyard/ Campground/Event Center at the property known as 1005/1010 205th Ave., Ogilvie MN 56358. All interested persons are invited to attend this hearing to be heard on the matter. Cindy Kapinos Kanabec Township Clerk Published in the Kanabec County Times Sept. 13, 20, 2018
NOTICES KANABEC TOWNSHIP PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING The Kanabec Township Planning Commission will hold a meeting on September 27, 2018, following the CUP hearing, providing there is enough information for the Commission to reach a decision. Cindy Kapinos Kanabec township Clerk Published in the Kanabec County Times Sept. 13, 20, 2018 KANABEC TOWNSHIP BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MEETING The Kanabec Township Board of Supervisors will conduct a Special Meeting of the Board on Thursday, September 27, 2018, following the Planning Commission meeting, if necessary, at the Kanabec Township hall located in Ogilvie. Cindy Kapinos Kanabec Township Clerk Published in the Kanabec County Times Sept. 13, 20, 2018 NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING The Kanabec County Board of Commissioners will have a work session on September 19, 2018, at 9:00 a.m. in Room 164 of the County Courthouse, 18 North Vine St, Mora, MN 55051 to discuss the 2019 budget. For further information, contact the office of the Kanabec County Coordinator at 679-6440 or at email@example.com. mn.us. See our website at
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Treasurer DeBoer shared information regarding the claims. Motion to approve the May claims in the amount of $138,715.23 by DeBoer, seconded by Gunderson. Roll call vote carried unanimously. Business Manager, Laurie Torgeson, was present at the meeting to review Budget FY18 revisions. Motion to approve Budget FY18 Revisions as presented by DeBoer, seconded by Hass. Roll call vote carried unanimously. Business Manager, Laurie Torgeson, also presented the preliminary budget for FY19 and answered board member questions. Motion to approve Preliminary Budget FY19 as presented by Hass, seconded by DeBoer. Roll call vote carried unanimously. Discussion took place regarding a 2018 10-passenger school van. Motion to approve the purchase of a 2018 10-passenger school van by DeBoer, seconded by Gunderson. Roll call vote carried unanimously. Superintendent Belsheim shared final enrollment numbers for End of Year 17-18. Motion to accept the enrollment numbers as presented by Gunderson, seconded by DeBoer. Motion carried unanimously. Discussion regarding our 5th grade – one section for the 2018-19 school year. Motion to approve one section for 5th grade for the 2018-19 school year by DeBoer, seconded by Hass. Discussion followed. Motion carried unanimously. Motion to approve the .5 FTE Teacher for 5th Grade for the 201819 school year by Hass, seconded by Gunderson. Discussion followed. Motion carried unanimously. Motion to approve the following donations by DeBoer, seconded by Gunderson. Motion carried unanimously. Ogilvie Lions Club - $500.00 for Wrestling Equipment Stromberg Auctioneering – Mary Stromberg - $200.00 for new bus fund The Board would like to thank this group and individual/family for their generous donations to our district. Discussion took place on audio recording of School Board Meetings. Motion to approve the audio recording of our school board meetings by Gunderson, seconded by Hass. Discussion followed. Motion failed with no votes from Hass, DeYoung, Gunderson and DeBoer. A first reading of the following handbooks took place: a. Elementary K-Grade 5 b.Grades 6-12 Secondary A second reading of the following handbooks took place: c. Activities d. Coaches/Advisors e. Preschool Handbook f. Preschool Procedures A second reading of the following policies took place: a. Equal Educational Opportunity (Policy #102) b. Out of State Travel by School Board Members (Policy #214) c. Equal Employment Opportunity (Policy #401) d. Disability Nondiscrimination Policy (Policy #402) e. Public & Private Personnel Data (Policy #406) and forms f. Family & Medical Leave Policy (Policy #410) g. Expense Reimbursement (Policy #412) h. Harassment & Violence and Harassment & Violence Report Form (Policy #413) i. Chemical Use & Abuse (Policy #417) j. Drug-Free Workplace/DrugFree School & Acknowledgement of Drug-Free Workplace/Drug-Free School Policy (Policy #418) k. Tobacco-Free Environment (Policy #419) l. Workload Limits for Certain Special Education Teachers (Policy #427) m. School Weapons Policy (Policy #501) n. Search of Student Lockers, Desks, Personal Possessions, and Student’s Person (Policy #502) o. Distribution of NonschoolSponsored Materials on School Premises by Students and Employees (Policy #505) p. Student Discipline and Notice of Suspension (Policy #506) q. Bullying Prohibition Policy (Policy #514) r. Student Surveys and Public Notice Form (Policy #520) s. Student Disability Nondiscrimination (Policy #521) t. Internet Acceptable Use & Safety Policy (Policy #524) and forms u. Student Restrictions of Personal Electronic Devices (Policy #524.1) v. Hazing Prohibition (Policy #526)
w. The Pledge of Allegiance (Policy #531) x. Wellness (Policy #533) y. Ogilvie School District Meal Charge (Policy #716) Discussion took place on the current procedure used to review policies and possible changes. Chair DeYoung called for a five minute recess at 8:26 p.m. Meeting resumed at 8:31 p.m. Discussion took place on: Policy #205 – Open/Closed Meetings for a first reading. School Board Goals/Vision. This will be the focus of the work study session meeting on July 9th. Superintendent Belsheim shared: AiPhone security buzzer system install scheduled mid-end of July. Skylight work throughout this week. Under budget LTFM project. Member Hass asked about our school driveway; currently waiting on estimates. Motion to adjourn the meeting by Gunderson, seconded by DeBoer. Motion carried unanimously. Meeting adjourned at 9:09 p.m. Reno Gunderson, Board Clerk Minutes Recorded by: Teri Belsheim Published in the Kanabec County Times Sept.13, 2018
APPROVED MINUTES OF OGILVIE PUBLIC SCHOOL – DISTRICT #333 SCHOOL BOARD MEETING/ WORK STUDY SESSION Monday – August 13, 2018 Ogilvie Board Room Pledge of Allegiance was recited. Members present: Anderson, DeBoer, Hass and Hickerson; Member DeYoung arrived at 6:12 p.m. Also present Superintendent Belsheim, Becky Meyman, Nathan Koenings, and Emily Carlson. Vice Chair Hickerson called the meeting to order at 6:02 p.m. Member DeBoer made a motion to approve the revised agenda, seconded by Hass. Motion passed unanimously. No one addressed the board for Open Forum. Member DeBoer made a motion to approve the following personnel: a) Dave Nickles (.4FTE 5th Grade Teacher for 2018-19 school year); b) Jackie Forcelle (paraeducator recalled 8 hrs/day); c) Tim Zacharias (Assistant Coach – Swimming 2018-19 school year); d) April Bylund (paraeducator resignation); e) Michelle Pautzke (paraeducator recalled 3.63 hrs/ day for 2018-19 school year). Seconded by Anderson. Additional information provided by Superintended Belsheim. Motion carried unanimously. Member DeBoer made a motion to approve the following handbooks: a) Coaches/Advisors; b) Elementary K-Grade 5; c) Secondary Grades 6-12. Seconded by Hass. Discussion followed. Motion carried unanimously. Discussion regarding the generator service agreement and warranty. Member Hickerson made a motion to table the approval of the Ziegler generator annual service agreement (8/1/2018 – 7/30/2024) and generator warranty (8/1/20187/30/2024) until next school board meeting, seconded by DeBoer. Motion carried unanimously. Member DeBoer shared a summary on Minnesota School Board Association (MSBA) Summer Seminar. School Board Goals for 2018-19 school year were discussed. District Vision, Mission and Mission Belief Statements were discussed. Superintendent Belsheim shared information on: School security and safety-grant application due Aug 29, 2018. Primary Election tomorrow – August 14, 2018 Superintendent Belsheim requested the next meeting be held Monday August 20, 2018, instead of the scheduled Monday August 27, 2018. Member DeBoer asked Chair DeYoung about the MSBA board survey; requesting this tool from MSBA. Member Hickerson made a motion to adjourn, seconded by DeBoer. Motion carried unanimously. Meeting adjourned at 7:30 p.m. Reno Gunderson, Board Chair Published in the Kanabec County Times Sept. 13, 2018
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Debra C. Funk Debra Carol Funk, of Mora, died on Friday, Aug. 31, 2018, at FirstLight Hospital in Mora after a stoic battle with cancer. She was 59 years old. She was born in Minneapolis on Nov. 25, 1958, to L Louis and Carol (Etzler) F Fosse. She was the fourth of five children for the couple. T The family moved around sseveral times and settled in tthe Brook Park-Hinckley a area where she graduated ffrom high school in 1976. She worked full time at sseveral places while raising h her three children. In 2004, sshe received a degree from E East Central Community C College where she was often o on the Dean’s List for excellent grades. With her degree in medical transcription, she worked as a transcriptionist at the Mora Clinic until the department was eliminated. She then went to work at Coborn’s, mostly in the bakery and deli, until her illness made it impossible for her to continue to work. She was a member of Grace Lutheran Church of Mora and a member of the Eastern Star. She also volunteered at many events for Pheasants Forever. She liked her cats and chickens, to work in her flower garden, to go camping with friends, spending weekends at motels and time with her sister and family. She was happiest at home. She fiercely loved her children and grandchildren. She lovingly tolerated her husband of 12 years, Dan. She was preceded in death by her parents; brother Anton Fosse; and sister Judith Blaisdell. She is survived by husband Dan; children, Teala (Chad) Chromey, Tony (Amanda) Stevenson and Charlton Stevenson; grandchildren, Vitali, Urijah, Enoch, Fairuza “Zuzu” and Athan; sister Sherry (Ron) Fedder; and brother Lawnie Fosse and many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. A memorial service was held on Saturday, Sept. 8, 2018, at Grace Lutheran Church in Mora. Memorials are preferred to go to “Kick Cancer to the Curb” (attn. Julie Kuehn Lang, 1543 Hwy 23, Ogilvie, MN 56358). Arrangements were handled by Akkerman-Ingebrand Funeral Home. Condolences may be posted at www.aifuneralhome.com
Donald Schroeder Donald “Don” Schroeder, of Hinckley, died on Friday, Sept. 7, 2018. He was 69 years old. He is survived by son Trever (Sandee) of Hinckley, daughters Angela (Cory) Fiedler of Fergus Falls, Genna Pelletier of Hinckley, 12 grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren, four brothers, four sisters and many nieces, nephews and other relatives. A memorial service will be held at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 22, 2018, at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Kroschel. There will be a visitation from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. Friday, Sept. 21, 2018, at the church, as well as one hour prior to services on Saturday. A full obituary will follow. Arrangements by Tatting-Methven Funeral Home, Hinckley, www.methvenfuneralhome.com.
BIRTHS Emma J. Ziwicki Emma Jade Ziwicki was born Wednesday, July 4, 2018, at FirstLight Health System of Mora to Sam Ziwicki and Joie Richardson of Mora. She weighed 5 pounds 12 ounces and was 18 3/4 inches long. She is welcomed home by siblings Kaitlyn (7) and Charlotte (5). Grandparents are Diane Ziwicki of Onamia and Dennis and Georgette Richardson of Pine City.
Alice R. Cloud Alice Rain Cloud w was born Tuesday, J July 31, 2018, at F FirstLight Health S System of Mora to M Mckenzie Wass and D Dustin Cloud of Grand R Rapids. She weighed 6 p pounds 8 ounces and w was 19 inches long. Grandparents are S Shannon Oothoudt a and Justin Wass and T Tracy Bixby of Deer R River.
Pixie Z. Ewald Pixie Zypher Ewald was born Wednesday, July 4, 2018, at FirstLight Health System of Mora to Chantel Aurora Ewald of Mora. She weighed 9 pounds 4 ounces and was 20 inches long. She is welcomed home by sibling Minnie (1 1/2).
Nevaeh A. Kuehn Nevaeh Ann Kuehn was born Monday, July 16, 2018, at FirstL Light Health System o Mora to Clinton of K Kuehn and Anita V VanAlst of Mora. She w weighed 7 pounds 10.6 o ounces and was 18 i inches long. She is welcomed h home by sibling Baely ( (6). Grandparents a Doug and Suzy are V VanAlst of Mora and M Mike and Donna K Kuehn of Motley.
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Kenneth R. Visser Kenneth R. Visser, of Ogilvie, died Monday, Sept. 3, 2018. He was 81 years old. He was preceded in death by parents, Steven and Bertha; grandson, Dustin and daughter-in-law, Vicki. He is survived by children, Douglas, Guy, Gail (Lee) Thompson, Keith, Amy (Larry) Osterman, Chad, Curt and Bruce; siblings, Theresa, George, Arlene, Richard, Stanley and Maurice and many beloved grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. A memorial service was held Monday, Sept. 10, 2018, at Ogilvie United Methodist Church, 201 W Bragg St, Ogilvie. Burial at Camp Ripley Tuesday, Sept. 11 at 12 p.m.
THANK YOU THANK YOU Thank you to the Lutheran churches of Mora for the free picnic they served Sunday, Sept. 9, 2018. All attendees
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Sullivan Scott Vanthof was born Saturday, July 7, 2018, at FirstLight Health System of Mora to Casey Vanthof and Kaydi Salgren of Milaca. He weighed 7 pounds 12 ounces and was 19 3/4 inches long. He is welcomed home by sibling Leddy (16 months). Grandparents are Scott and Lauri Salgren of Milaca and Rodney and Brenda Vanthof of Milaca.
Benjamin M. Welch Benjamin Matthew Welch was born Thursday, July 12, 2018, at FirstLight Health System of Mora to Lindsey and Tim Welch of Pine City. He weighed 7 pounds 12 ounces and was 20 inches long. He is welcomed home by siblings Andy (7) and Danielle (23 months). Grandparents are Lori Stauty of Pine City and Olive Welch of Pine City.
Twins, Levi and Matthew Undem, were born on Friday, Sept. 7, 2018, at Tri-County Health Care in Wadena to Elizabeth and Michael Undem of Anchorage, Alaska. Levi weighed 5 pounds 12 ounces, and was 18.25 inches long. Matthew weighed 5 pounds 8 ounces, and was 18.5 inches long. They are welcomed home by sibling Naomi.
Kathryn A. Dahlquist Kathryn Ann Dahlquist w was born Tuesday, July 24, 22018, at FirstLight Health S System of Mora to Marc a and Rachel Dahlquist of B Braham. She weighed 6 p pounds 6 ounces and was 118.5 inches long. Grandparents are Jeff a and Julie Scullard of H Hinckley and Bill and Chris D Dahlquist of Cambridge.
Alexis M. Borst Alexis Mae Borst was born Saturday, July 7, 2018, at FirstLight Health System of Mora to Michael and Erica Borst of Mora. She weighed 6 pounds 8.5 ounces and was 20 inches long. She is welcomed home by siblings Mackenzie (6) and Brooklyn (4). Grandparents are Bob Vanderberg and Sherry Eche of Ogilvie, Cindy and Mike Bock of Ogilvie and Bert Borst and Jennifer Hoffman of Mora.
Maci E. Heffta Maci Elizabeth Heffta was b born Monday, July 23, 2018, a at Essentia Health in Fargo, N North Dakota, to Kirsti a and Derek Heffta of Fargo, N North Dakota. She weighed 7 pounds 3 ounces and was 221 inches long. Grandparents are Patty a and Shawn Paul of Mora a and Karen and Guy Heffta o of Adams, North Dakota.
Cora K. Stafne Cora Kay Stafne was born Wednesday, July 11, 2018, at FirstLight Health System of Mora to Amanda Sadler and Ryan Stafne of Hinckley. She weighed 7 pounds 12 ounces and was 20 inches long. Grandparents are Dawn and Todd Sadler of Hinckley and Kim and Ronnie Stafne of Hinckley.
Clyde E. Heins Clyde Edgar Heins was born Tuesday, July 24, 2018 at FirstLight Health System of Mora to Casey and Dustin Heins. He weighed 8 pounds 13.9 ounces and was 21 1/2 inches long. He is welcomed home by siblings Maxton (7) and Gunval (2). Grandparents are John Lundberg of Cody, Wyoming, Cathy Lundberg of Blaine, Randee Heins of Ogilvie and Diane and Bill Garceau of Foley.
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102 SERVICES Roof problems? Carpentry service? We can save you money 320-674-0755. Save $1,000 a year. Up to 30 channels FREE, Daves TV Repair. Call: 320-515-0270
351 ANTIQUES/ ART Antiques wanted: Redwing crocks and pottery, pocket knives, signs, general store items, railroad, oil paintings, light fixtures, postcards. Call Gary, 320-679-2535, cell 651-238-0909.
115 HOME HEATING For Sale: Outdoor wood burning boiler, Central Boiler Model CL 4030, $3,750. You load, you haul, 320-679-3375. Wood stoves for sale, good shape. Call 320-279-1983.
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For Sale: White lacquer and miscellaneous office furniture, drawing table, queen size bed in rural Mora. 320-679-1220.
358 FIREWOOD 3 cord loads of mixed hardwood, 16 in., split, $525 per load; 20 in. split, mixed Hardwood for outdoor stove, 3 cord load, $495. 320-679-1815 5 cord loads. 20 foot pole length firewood. $575 delivered within 25 miles radius of Mora. 320-679-1815 Wanted: Standing saw timber and firewood, (320)679-1815.
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Thursday, September 27, 9:00 a.m. Nelson's Heritage Corner, Jim and Gladys Nelson, owners. Location: 2147 113th Avenue, Mora, MN. From the junction of Highways 23 and 65 in Mora, take 65 south seven miles to 120th Avenue; then west/southwest one mile to auction site. Follow the auction signs. Collectible tractors, vintage autos and trucks, tools and shop related items, threshing machines, stationary engines, firearms, antique and primitive farm machinery and related items, antiques, primatives and collectibles. Siemers Auctioneers, Mitchell Siemers, auctioneer, Lic. #48-16016. 320-267-1799, www.midwestauctions.com/siemers.
Thurs., Sept. 13, 10 a.m. Robert and Ann Johnson, owners. Located 14029 92nd Ave., Milaca, MN 56353. From the junction of Highways 23 & 169 in Milaca, go east on 23 ¼ mile to Cty. Rd. 2, then head south/south east 1 ¾ miles to site. Tractor, windrower, farm machinery, lumber & wood working tools, collectibles, lawn mower, boat & sporting items. Siemers Auctioneers. Mitchell Siemers, Auctioneer Lic. # 48-16-016. 320-267-1799 www.midwestauction s.com/siemers
For Sale: Reconditioned washers, dryers, ranges, refrigerators. Rick's Home Furnishings 320-679-4047.
Steel Metal Roofing, LLC. Celebrating 10 years excellency! Hail and insurance jobs welcome. For free estimates call 320-223-2571. Licensed, insured, and bonded #RR635442
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Sat., Sept. 22,10a.m. Auction. Donald Koll, owner. Located 101 S Prospect Ave., Ogilvie, MN 56358. South side of Hwy. 23 in Ogilvie. Watch for signs. Antiques & collectibles, Model T parts, trains, bikes, toys, tractors, shop tools, garage, outdoor/misc. 10% Buyers Premium. Robyn Auction Company, Byron Robyn, Auctioneer, Mora. 320-291-9566. Lic. #33-21. Find us on Facebook at Robyn Auction Company.
Thurs., Sept. 13, 4:30 p.m. Lee Anderson Estate Auction. Lloyd Anderson, owner. Real Estate Open House: Thurs., Sept. 6 5 p.m.-7 p.mLocated at 650 3rd Ave. NW, Milaca, Mn 56353. From the stoplight on Highway 23 and Central Avenue in Milaca go north on Cental Avenue ¾ mile to 7th Street North, then go west 2 blocks to auction locaton. Follow signs. Real estate, Chevrolet truck & Ford Taurus X, yard & shop items, furniture & household items. Siemers Auctioneers, Mitchell Siemers, Auctioneer, Lic. #48-16-016. 320-267-1799. www.midwestauction s.com/siemers
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Sat. Sept. 15, 10 am Dave and Sharon Gusk, owners; 16628 Alabaster Rd, Pine City. Directions from I-35 Beroun exit #175go East on Beroun Crossing Rd. about 2.4 miles to Cross Lake Rd., go South about 2 miles to Alabaster Rd, continue 1.75 miles to sale site, watch for auction arrows. Lunch sold on grounds. Tractors & Farm Machinery: 4430 H John Deere tractor-diesel-wide ront, 3020 John Deere tractor-gas-wide front; Woodworking Tools: Jet 6 inch planer jointer, Craftsman shaper, Makita wood mitre saw model 1013; Sporting Items: 1953 Alumacraft 14 ft. boat & trailer w/18 hp Mercury outboard; Antiques & Household Items: 5-10-12 gallon Red Wing crocks, 4 gal. Red Wing butter churn, asst. household linens, dishes; Truck-5th Wheel Camper: 1997 Ford F-250 Ext. Cab; Amazing Auctions 320-630-6651 Auctioneer: Doug Maser, Lic.#33-24 amazingauctions.us
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Sun. Sept. 16, 12 pm Estate of Benjamin Thoreson, owner, 4621 Madison St., Bruno, MN 55712 Real Estate AuctionLive and Online Bidding; For Pre bidding-online & date of sale, go to wwwproxibid.com/ama zingauctions Property built in 1978, 1.5 story w/2 full baths & 3 bedrooms. Detached 1 car garage w/lean-to for extra storage & small storage shed in backyard. Property has drilled well & mound septic-both passed recent inspections. One owner home & close to Moose Lake & Duluth. Buyer needs to be pre-approved w/lender prequalification letter. Open House: Sept. 6: 11:30am-2:30pm and Sept. 9: 11:00am3:00pm. Also can be viewed by appt. Call Doug Maser, licensed Realtor-Heartland Realty, Inc. 320-630-6651
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Thurs., Sept. 20, 10 a.m. Don Ryan Estate Auction, Rose Ryan, owner. Located 1379 230th Ave., Ogilvie, MN 56358. From Ogilvie, Hwy. 47 north 6¼ miles to Cty. Rd. 26, then west ¼ mile to site. Follow signs. Scooters, snowmobiles & sporting items, antiques, collectibles, tools, & primitives, stationary engines & carts, tractors, garden tractors, & machinery, Petro Liana signs & advertising collectibles, playhouse, livestock equipment & misc. items. Siemers Auctioneers, Mitchell Siemers, auctioneer. Lic. # 48-16-016. 320-267-1799. www.midwestauction s.com/siemers
404 GARAGE SALES 4-H Annual Rummage Sale. Every Thurs. & Fri. starting 9-13-18, 8-5. $5 a bag. Too big for a bag, make an honest offer. New items added weekly. Next 10 weeks. Books 25 for $1. 4-H building , at Kanabec County fairgrounds, Mora. Huge Garage Sale: September 12-14 9am-6pm and September 15 9am2pm. Vintage Comic Books and toys, 100's of Rubber Stamps, Vintage Mink coat and silverware, Red Hat, XXL clothes, baby and toddler stuff, Coke Machine, Snowmobile, Holiday Decorations, Portable Ice House, 1972 wedding dress size 14, Household and Misc. 12917 Sunset Trl S. Pine City. County 7 to County 53. Follow pink signs.
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