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Deputy cleared in August shooting

An Itasca County sheriff’s deputy has been cleared of any wrong-doing in connection with a shooting in Cohasset which left a man dead.

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  1. Tudy still loves rainbows and adventures at the age of 94

    For many years, my nephew Bobby Madson has invited me to come and visit him in Wasilla, Alaska, a suburb of Anchorage. He wanted me to come and visit with him and go sight seeing and do some fishing. In August of this year I took him up on it. Knowing that I’m 94 years old and have poor eye sight, I decided I needed a travel companion in order to go see the Wild Alaskan frontier. I decided to pick Jean Czekalski because she knew Bobby from his childhood, she enjoys site seeing and loves to fish.
  2. MacRostie Gallery to present annual Holiday Marketplace

    The MacRostie Gallery will host the annual Holiday Marketplace and the public is invited to attend the open house on Small Business Saturday, Nov. 27, and Sunday, Nov. 28 from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. The open house will include the first look at Holiday Marketplace handmade items, cookies and cider, new clearance items, and a discount on all shop items.
  3. Reif presents original production on Titanic survivors

    Deborah Jean Templin is no stranger to the highways and byways of America. In fact, during the last ten years most of her time has been spent touring with such shows as the Tony winning musical Titanic and Mamma Mia! A rigorous schedule such as this is hardly conducive to writing anything, let along an original script. But while on the road she created a powerful solo vehicle for herself. It’s called Unsinkable Women: Stories and Songs from the Titanic, and the Reif Center will be presenting it Tuesday, Nov. 24, 7:30 p.m., at Community Presbyterian Church in Grand Rapids.
  4. In a city under assault, fear would not overcome

    During the evening of Nov. 13 when horrific terrorist attacks left 129 people dead in Paris, France, Melissa Scaia found herself in the middle of the City of Lights at a state of uncertainty and anxiety.
  5. Wanted: Red Kettle Ringers!

    Starting next Monday, Nov. 23, we can expect to hear the familiar holiday sounds of jingle, clank, and ‘thank you,’ - that is if people step up to volunteer at local Red Kettle sites.
  6. It’s all for the animals: Star of the North Humane Society opens thrift shop

    Not only is Star of the North Humane Society (SNHS) still around, the organization is getting thrifty.

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Valerie K. Herschbach

Valerie K. Herschbach, age 80, of Blackberry Township, MN, passed away quietly and peacefully with her family by her side, Tuesday, November 24, 2015 at her home. Comments (0)

Why skip the turkey on Thanksgiving?

While President Obama is pardoning two turkeys for Thanksgiving, every one of us can exercise that same presidential power by choosing a nonviolent Thanksgiving observance that spares a turkey’s life. Comments (0)

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