Pictured from left: Sam Olbekson, project designer from Cuningham Group, Tammy Loeffler, of Loeffler Construction, Bill Marsh, general manager from the Shooting Star Casino, Tara Mason, secretary and treasurer of White Earth Nation, Eugene Klinke, public relations coordinator for Shooting Star Casino, Steven "Punky" Clark, of the White Earth Tribal Council, Kathy Goodwin, of the White Earth Tribal Council, and Kenneth "Gus" Bevins, of the White Earth Tribal Council. Photo submitted.
A Groundbreaking Ceremony took place south of Bagley last Thursday for a second Shooting Star Casino. The new casino, which will include a bar and grill, is located on Clearwater County Highway 27 between Bagley and Ebro. The 21,400 square-foot building is being designed by Cuningham Group in...
U of M Crookston Torch & Shield recipients, left to right, are Chancellor Fred Wood; Mary Jo Eastes 1979 of California; Dick Hebert 1968 of Mentor; and Keith McNamara, president, Sugarbeet Research and Education Board; and Albert Sims, director of operations, Northwest Research and Outreach Center.
Two alumni and an organization were recognized with the Torch & Shield Award in late October during the annual recognition. The three recipients for 2015 were Mary Jo Eastes 1979, Richard “Dick” Hebert 1968, and the Sugarbeet Research and Education Board. The Torch & Shield Award recognizes...
Friends and extended families gathered for good visiting and good food at the Lund Church Hunters Supper in Gully on Opening Saturday.  More photos on page 6.
People of all ages came dressed in blaze orange to the Gully Town Hall on the Saturday night of opening deer season. They gathered for the annual Gully Hunters Supper Event, hosted as a fundraiser by Lund Lutheran Church, which is anticipated as an enjoyable homecoming and visiting gathering for...
Blaine and Helene (Guri) Grone of Clearbrook and their daughter Lori Grone from California attended the induction ceremonies and programs for Clifton Gustafson on October 15.
Three of the inductees are now deceased along with Cliff and his wife Helene Gustafson.
The University of Minnesota “M” Club inducted 14 new members into its Hall of Fame on October 15. A former Gonvick resident was among the 14 - Clifton Gustafson, Big Ten champion and first two-time All-American in program history in wrestling.  Family members were invited for the special events...
Jill Schewe, Director of Assisted Living, Housing and Home Care for Care Providers of Minnesota presents Christine Wildman a scholarship from the Care Providers of Minnesota Foundation.
Clearbrook – Christine Wildman, employed at Good Samaritan Society – Clearbrook,  was presented with a scholarship from the Care Providers of Minnesota Foundation, an organization committed to the pursuit of excellence in care and service delivery through the advancement of education, research,...
Friend of 4-H award. Ken Fredrickson accepting award for Nazareth Lutheran Church Holt from Rachel Fredrickson.
The 2015 Marshall County 4-H Awards Banquet was held Sunday, October 18 at Melody’s Café in Warren.  Approximately 65 4-H members, adult leaders, family and honored guests were in attendance. Serving as the Master of Ceremonies was O’Brien Stromsodt of the Cedar 4-H Club. Awards were presented...
From left: Trey Netland and BJ, Kealan Downs and Dante, Katrina Evenwoll and Lena, Courtney Evenwoll and Bella.
Four youth from the Clearwater County 4-H Horse Project recently competed at the Minnesota State 4-H Horse Show held on September 18th through the 21st at the state fairgrounds in St. Paul, MN. These 4-H members, Trey Netland, Courtney Evenwoll, Katrina Evenwoll and Kealan Downs, each earned a...
The Clearwater County Sheriff’s Department today received a boat and trailer from Koch Pipeline Company. Pictured in the photo: - Left: Matt Boyer, Operations Supervisor for Koch Pipeline Company - Right: Darin Halverson, Clearwater County Sheriff.
Clearbrook, Minn. – Koch Pipeline Company, L.P. donated a boat, outboard boat motor, and boat trailer to the Clearwater County Sheriff’s Office today to supplement search and rescue operations and assist with general water enforcement.  This is the second donation that KPL has made in Clearwater...
Gary and Natalie Boorman enjoying some fresh coconut milk.
Editors note: Gary and Natalie Boorman are from Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Gary is a graduate of Clearbrook High School and former resident of Leonard. The article was sent to the Leader-Record for publication. Honduras is a Central American country that is almost exactly ½ the size of Minnesota...
Mardy Anderson, chair of the Trails to Treatments Committee was thrilled to announce that all the volunteers gathered for the wrap up supper had 50,000 reasons to celebrate, indicating that the money raised at the Seventh Annual Cancer Benefit and Ride exceeded $50,000!
It was a night of appreciation held at American Legion Post 444 in Middle River. It all started out with a great meal…something the Mardy and Ronnette Anderson family is known for. People who had worked at the 2015 Cancer Ride were invited, and over a dinner of grilled chicken, potatoes smothered...


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