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Agnes Marie Aamodt, 84, died in Tucson, Arizona, January 31, 2006. A memorial service was held in Tucson on February 18, 2006. Her ashes will be interred in a graveside ceremony at Gilman Lutheran Cemetery on Sunday, July 23 at 2:00 p.m. with Rev. D. Peter Friberg officiating. Keehr Funeral Home, Spring Valley handled local arrangements.
PARK FALLS - A dog being trained to hunt bears was killed by wolves on July 1 near Merrill in southwestern Lincoln County. Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources officials say a second dog was injured. Officials say this is the first reported attack since the start of the bear hound training season. The season started on July 1 and runs through August 31. Because of the attacks on the dogs the DNR is expanding an existing warning area between Merrill and Rib Lake.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on Tuesday, November 13, 2012 at 8:00pm at the Town Hall, (W5581 US Hwy 63), a PUBLIC HEARING on the PROPOSED BUDGET of the Town of Martell will be held. That proposed budget in detail will be available for inspection at the home of the town clerk by appointment. All persons are encouraged to attend this hearing and be heard.
I would like to thank everyone for the outpouring of love and affection my family is still receiving after the loss of my son, Joe Fern. There was a very large turnout at his funeral. What a great tribute it was to Joe and what a wonderful acknowledgement to the kind of person he was. I also want to thank everyone for all the beautiful flowers and generous donations. I am making donations in the memory of Joe to Lifesource and Organ Donation in St. Paul. There will be masses at St.
TO THE EDITOR: The Ellsworth School Administration is working hard to address the efforts needed to keep existing personnel and programs in place. Opportunities for improvement are being identified by the administration and shared with the electorate (voters). The identified areas of improvement need financial support from us, the public. Our school board members represent us and they need our support. We need each other. We also need a financial plan approved by Ellsworth community (referendum).
TO THE EDITOR: In the Jan. 12 Herald, Harlan Menk submitted a true-false quiz claiming Obamacare will not increase the deficit and recent insurance premium increases are not because of Obamacare. So it was instructive to get a mailing from U.S. Rep. Ron Kind titled "Health Care Reform in 2011--How the law will affect you this year," listing the new rights of folks who have health insurance. Insurers cannot drop coverage if you get sick. Lifetime limits on coverage are prohibited. You may be able to keep your children on your plan until age 26.
As many of you know, my brother Carl Schneider became ill in February and has been diagnosed with Alexander disease. It is a degeneration of the brain stem that has left him immobile, but he is still fully alert and receptive. He was recently moved from Ellsworth to Red Wing Health Center at 1412 W. Fourth St./Red Wing, MN 55066. Carl would love a visit from recent and past friends to help pass the days. Please pass the word. More information on Carl can be found at www.caringbridge.org (type in carlschneider).
EDITOR'S NOTE: The identity of the writer of the following letter to the editor was inadvertently omitted in last week's Herald. The letter was from Charlene (Langer) Larson, Town of Diamond Bluff, Hager City. The Herald regrets and apologizes for the omission. TO THE EDITOR: The people of River Falls and surrounding townships voted overwhelmingly for Joe Boles because they know him. They know he is a good person. They know he treats all people with respect.
TO THE EDITOR: Bush, who said "Read my lips, no new taxes," embraced the environment including ideas from project 88. He was trailing Gov. Dukakis in the presidential race. Dukakis allowed garbage dumping off the New Jersey coast and Boston Harbor was polluted. Project 88 was a step into fantasy. It addressed six environmental goals. 1) Global air pollution including greenhouse gasses and ozone depletion.
TO THE EDITOR: Small, but big. There is something about being from a small town; where they know you by name or say you're a (last name), aren't you? We know we are appreciated for all we do as volunteers in E.M.S. , our time, energy and skills. Also, the caring and giving of ourselves. But, we want to send heartfelt appreciation back to our community and surrounding areas for all their support and donations that made our Annual Fundraiser, Pancake Breakfast and Silent Auction truly a great success. We commend you again, small town and rural community, for being you.