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Fri
10
Oct

Unpaid city charges sent to county

 

by RANDY OLSON

STAFF WRITER

 

Fri
03
Oct

Level III offender moving to rural Long Prairie


Jerry Lee Ferrier, a Level 3 predatory offender, is moving from Morrison County to rural Long Prairie.

On Tuesday, Sept. 30, the Todd County Sheriff's Office released notification of a Level 3 predatory offender moving to rural Long Prairie.
The  Sheriff’s Office will hold a community notification meeting that is open to the public at large tonight, Oct. 3 in the LP-GE high school starting at 6 p.m.
The Level 3 Predatory Offender, Jerry Lee Ferrier, 43, is moving from Morrison County.
Ferrier is Caucasian, five-foot, nine-inches tall and weighs 184 pounds. He has brown eyes, brown hair and a medium build, according to the sheriff's press release.
Ferrier has a history of sexual contact with female victims ages nine to 11. Contact included penetration. The offender was known to his victims.
The Sheriff's Officereported that Ferrier will reside in the vicinity of County Highway 29 of rural Long Prairie.

Fri
03
Oct

It takes Two

 

by BRYAN ZOLLMAN

STAFF WRITER

 

Fri
26
Sep

Falling city taxes in the outlook

 

by RANDY OLSON

STAFF WRITER

 

Fri
19
Sep

City levy rate unchanged for 2015

 

by RANDY OLSON

STAFF WRITER

 

A 10th straight year of no increase to the property tax levy could materialize if a proposed 2015 budget is enacted by the City of Sauk Centre.

Fri
12
Sep

It’s Holy Family School Workathon time

 

It’s time once again for Holy Family School’s Workathon. In exchange for pledges, children will be doing a variety of community projects which range from art for Senior Citizens to cleaning up some of our parks and ditches. Children will be asking for pledges starting Sept. 12.  This is one of the school’s main fundraisers. All money raised is kept locally and used for day-to-day needs of Holy Family School.

 
Fri
05
Sep

Retirement open house for Harry Hanson on Sept. 12

 

An open house celebrating the career of Harry Hanson will be held at the Sauk Centre Herald office on Sept. 12 from 2-5 p.m.

Hanson has been a long-time sportswriter and columnist for the Herald. After retiring from teaching history and coaching several sports teams, Hanson found a new passion in covering community events.

Refreshments and snacks will be served as all are invited to stop by and wish Harry well.

Fri
29
Aug

Depth charge

 

The Mainstreeter football team heads into the season with one of the 

deeper rosters they have had in a long time

by BRYAN ZOLLMAN

Thu
21
Aug

Mandie’s Mission

 

Rare stomach condition won’t let Sauk Centre woman digest food

 

by BRYAN ZOLLMAN

Fri
15
Aug

Livin' it up

 

Surprise diagnosis doesn’t keep the Dunn family down

 

by BRYAN ZOLLMAN

STAFF WRITER

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