Morris Sun Tribune Staff
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FERGUS FALLS, MINN — Anna Wasescha has been named president of West Central Initiative (WCI) by the WCI Board of Directors. She will begin her duties on May 8. Reporting to the WCI Board, Wasescha will lead, direct and manage the organization, and guide its strategic direction. She will also act as WCI’s chief spokesperson and represent the west central region to the greater state of Minnesota.
George Oliver Haseman was born on April 15, 2017 at Stevens Community Medical Center, Morris to Britta and Nathan Haseman of Morris. George weighed 8 pounds, 7 ounces and was 20 inches long.
When Jenny Maras is on the hunt, there is no grove of trees, no rodent infested barn or dust covered vacant building that is too much of a challenge for her. "I've gone Army crawling through (junk) to save old windows that someone thought was trash," Maras said. "I've Army crawled to pick things from the woods." "I will do just about anything," Maras said. She's a junker. Maras will pick through discarded items to find the pieces she can sell for new life in someone's home, office, or cabin. It's not a hobby.
Bees and other pollinators will get some help from organizations primarily dedicated to helping game birds and agriculture. The Stevens County Pheasants Forever and the Morris Area High School agriculture classes are sponsoring a pollinator garden at Pomme de Terre Park in Morris. "It's a great project by the way, but I would hate to see trees cut down," city council member Kim Gullickson said at the April 11 Morris City Council meeting.
Doug and Tammy Wolf of Shakopee and Don and Diane Anspach of Morris are pleased to announce the engagement of their children, Samantha Wolf and Jeremy Anspach
Events for the week of April 17, 2017
It was chilly, it got warmer and now, it got a little colder. And the local field work is waiting on the pattern of weather. John Mahoney, a crop consultant with Centrol said although wheat has been planted in area fields in the lighter soil any wheat to be planted in heavier soil is waiting.
Morris Area Elementary School had its annual obstacle course March 30. Kids, and even a few parents, test their skills in tunnels, balance apparatuses and other equipment.
Reading of a Work in Progress by Jon Mukand '80