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Former sewing shop to reopen, with alterations - Morrison County Record
After a year-long hiatus, Lisa Kicker’s sewing and alterations shop in Little Falls will be reopening with a new name, a new location and a new look. The previous iteration of the shop was called L’A Rose Creations, which Kicker had to close because ...
Upsala on seven game win streak - Morrison County Record
Upsala swept the season series, won its seventh straight game and improved to 17-8 overall on the season all in one game, a 53-33 win over Swanville, Tuesday. The game was closer than the final tally for most of it. The score was tied at 30 in the second ...
Sports roundup: Day one of the individual state wrestling tournament - Morrison County Record
Brandon Ortman of Pierz (120 pounds), Brad Kroll (160 pounds) and Kyle Lange of Royalton-Upsala (182 pounds) all had pins in their opening round matches yesterday at the Xcel Energy Center. Zach Scott of Holdingford (132 pounds), Nate Brinker (195) and ...
Royalton season ends - Morrison County Record
Royalton boys basketball concluded its season with a South Sub-Section 5A play-in loss, Monday. The Royals, the No. 9 seed, lost to eighth-seeded Ogilvie, 48-39. Shane Vannurden led the Royals with 12 points in the loss, and the Royals trailed 24-18 at ...
Motley residences damaged by ice heaves on Shamineau Lake - Morrison County Record
On February 7, Patrick Held was minding his own business in his home near the shore of Shamineau Lake in Motley when the foundation of his home suddenly moved. “All of a sudden, I heard a loud bang,” Held said. He went down the basement to find the ...
Chamber honors Businesses and Volunteer of the Year - Morrison County Record
At its annual meeting Thursday, the Large and Small Businesses and Volunteer of the Year were honored by the Little Falls Area Chamber of Commerce. Pictured above at left is Chamber President/CEO Deb Boelz presenting the Large Business of the Year Award to ...
Tenold and Quillo awarded 2015 music scholarships - Morrison County Record
St. Francis Music Center, Little Falls, has chosen Valerie Tenold and Chanin Andrés Quillo as the recipients of the 2015 Sister Justina Bieganek Music scholarships. The scholarship was established in 2004 by family members, friends, and fans of Sister ...
Staff proposes onsite day care to Upsala School Board - Morrison County Record
Upsala teachers Lindsay Bergmann and Leah Merten presented a proposal to the Upsala School Board asking for a day care for staff members. They explained Wednesday, that the day care would be self-insured and be a non- profit incorporation, run by a board ...
Fundraisers to benefit technology at Upsala Schools - Morrison County Record
Funds from the Chip Shoppe campaign going on right now through March 10 at the Upsala School will be used to improve technology, according to a presentation to the Upsala School Board, Wednesday. “The funds raised by Chip Shoppe, the planned Color Run ...
Thomas Bell named February’s LFCHS Boy of the Month - Morrison County Record
Teacher Sara Pohlman summed up why Thomas was selected as the February Boy of the Month. “As Thomas’s adviser and supporter of his athletic activities for the past four years, I have witnessed his compassion, hard work and dedication to others both in ...
LaForce is LFCHS Girl of the Month for February - Morrison County Record
Little Falls Community High School (LFCHS) announced that Rachel LaForce has been chosen the February Girl of the Month. She is the daughter of Joe and Dee LaForce. LaForce is busy with all of the different activities she participates in. She has ...
Pierz girls heat up at right time of season - Morrison County Record
Pierz is officially on a winning streak after dominating Pillager 68-33 for their third win in as many games, Tuesday. The Pioneers also beat Maple Lake 59-50, Feb. 19, and had beaten Holdingford Feb. 17, which gave them the first such streak of the season.
MN House passes Kresha’s child protection bill 130–0 - Morrison County Record
The Minnesota House of Representatives recently passed House File 0008, chiefly authored by Rep. Ron Kresha, R-Little Falls, to update child protection provisions. In calling on fellow representatives to vote in favor of the bill, Kresha described the ...
Record numbers of juniors, seniors earn college credit in high school - Morrison County Record
Between 40–60 percent of Morrison County students are taking advantage of opportunities to earn college credit while still in high school through programs like College in the Schools (CIS), Instructional Television (ITV) and Post Secondary Enrollment ...
Holdingford, Pierz fall twice to end regular season - Morrison County Record
Both Pierz and Holdingford ended their regular seasons with a pair of losses. The Pioneers fell to 24-1 Maple Lake, 84-58, Feb. 19. The Irish scored as many points in the first half as the Pioneers did all game, leading 58-38 at halftime. Nick Herold ...