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GOLF Pomme de Terre Golf Club Men's League Week 11 Standings Team Points Raymond James 101.5 Wente's 101 R&B Tire 92 New York Life 80.5 Willie's Super Valu 64 Heartland 59.5 PDT Golf Club 58.5 Old No. 1 46.5 Total Mortgage 39.5 No Names 25.5 First Federal 6 Event Winners -- Week 11 Low score -- Mike Vick (Wente's) 36 Low net score -- Matt Solemsaas (Total Mortgage) 30 Closest to pin No. 6 - Jim Overland (R&B Tire) 3' Closest to pin No. 8 - Matt Solemsaas (Total Mortgage) 2' 9" Longest putt No.
Fifteen cars were in the line-up for the enduro race on opening night of the Stevens County Fair Wednesday. Fires and other mishaps eliminated quite a few racers from the competition. In the end only eight crossed the finish line under the checkered flag. The enduro race was timed for one hour and 15 minutes. The object was to make the most laps around the track within the time limit. Racers came from as far away as Akely to race on the dirt track at the fair. The winner was from nearby Kensington. Joey Nessman took first place with a total of 112 laps.
The All Sports Kickoff for Morris Area High School athletics will be held Tuesday, Aug. 22 at 7 p.m. in the high school auditorium. All athletes in grades 7-12 planning to participate in any sports (fall, winter, or spring) at MAHS are expected to attend.
by Brian Curtis UMM Sports Information The latest addition to the University of Minnesota-Morris Cougar Athletic Hall of Fame is a name and face very familiar to a lot of people at UMM.
The Twins just won two out of three games from division leader Detroit after winning the third game, 4-3. The Twins got another strong outing from Johan Santana, who is now 13-5. He struck out ten in seven innings of work, continuing to lead the league with 178 strikeouts so far this season. Justin Morneau hit a two-run homer in the eighth inning to give the Twins the lead, and Joe Nathan picked up another save.
Can six packs of Pop Rocks and six cans of soda make your stomach explode? Is it possible to get stuck on an airplane toilet? What happens when you strap a JATO rocket to the roof of a '67 Chevy Impala? You may have seen the investigation of these legends and more on the television program, "Mythbusters." Now, the popular Discovery Channel series is coming to the University of Minnesota, Morris. Newcomers to the show, Grant Imahara and Kari Byron, will take the Edson Auditorium stage at 7:30 p.m. September 1.
Elaina Louise Bright was born on August 8, 2006 at Stevens Community Medical Center in Morris, to J.B. and Andrea Bright of Cyrus. Elaina weighed 6 pounds and 15 ounces and was 20 inches long. Grandparents are Jerry and Darlene Becker from Beulah, N.D. and Bill and Amy Bright from Lynnwood, Wash. Great grandparents are Leander and Gladys Becker from Dolton, S.D.; Ida Sieler from Plevna, Mont.; Babe Bright from Kirkland, Wash.
The year started off with a bang. As our trees broke bud this spring, we had some cool damp weather that lingered for a couple of weeks. As a result the Anthracnose disease was out in full force and attacked many plants. The first calls coming into the office were from homeowners seeing leaves dropping from their ash trees. Ash is very susceptible to this disease and will abort severely infected leaves. Fortunately, ash trees have been through this problem before and they begin the process of producing new leaves.
This week, I thought I'd do some real Minnesota recipes, along with some fact and fantasy. I promise I won't do any lutefisk, though! Paul Bunyan's Split Pea Soup Paul Bunyan sent one of his cooks to a nearby town to get a wagonful of split peas. On the the journey home, the wagon broke and spilled the full load of peas into a lake. To make the best of the situation, Paul threw 300 hams into the lake and then built a big fire around it. Dozens of cooks paddled around in rowboats to keep things from scorching. After a few hours, it was ready--a lake full of split pea soup!
RECYCLING TRAILER TIMES AND LOCATIONS for rural residents: Alberta - 1st Saturday and Sunday of the month; south of the Cargill Elevator. Chokio - 2nd Saturday and Sunday of the month, in the County Shop, Hwy. 28. Donnelly - 3rd Saturday and Sunday of the month; just off Hwy. 9, south of City Park. Hancock - 4th Saturday and Sunday of the month, across alley from Hancock Co-op.