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WHITE DRAFTING AND VIRTUAL DESIGN MINNESOTA SECRETARY OF STATE CERTIFICATE OF ASSUMED NAME Minnesota Statutes Chapter 333 1. State the exact assumed name under which the business is or will be conducted: White Drafting and Virtual Design 2. State the address of the principal place of business. A complete street address or rural route and rural route box number is required; the address cannot be a P.O. Box.: 22830 Pearl Circle/P.O. Box 1173, Detroit Lakes, MN 56502 3.
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE THE RIGHT TO VERIFICATION OF THE DEBT AND IDENTITY OF THE ORIGINAL CREDITOR WITHIN THE TIME PROVIDED BY LAW IS NOT AFFECTED BY THIS ACTION. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that default has occurred in the conditions of the following described mortgage: DATE OF MORTGAGE: November 20, 2003 ORIGINAL PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF MORTGAGE: $172,250.00 MORTGAGOR(S): Ronald R. Stai and Lucinda K. Stai, husband and wife MORTGAGEE: Ameriquest Mortgage Company DATE AND PLACE OF FILING: Filed December 8, 2003, Becker County Recorder, Document No.
DISSE PROBATE M.S. 524.3-502 #9, 524.3-801 #6 STATE OF MINNESOTA DISTRICT COURT COUNTY OF BECKER PROBATE DIVISION Court File No. 03-PX-06-402 ORDER AND NOTICE OF HEARING ON In Re: Estate of PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL Beatrice J.
TSCHUDI PROBATE STATE OF MINNESOTA IN DISTRICT COURT COUNTY OF BECKER PROBATE DIVISION Court File No. 03-P3-06-404 NOTICE OF HEARING ON IN RE: ESTATE OF PETITION FOR FORMAL PROBATE OF Carolyn M.
The Region Four Golden Gloves Boxing Tournament will be held in Wadena this Saturday, April 1, at the National Guard Armory. Several Detroit Lakes area boxers will be taking part in the fights to try and advance to the Upper Midwest Golden Gloves Tournament in Hinckley, April 14-15. Frazee's Corey Burton will be competing in the 178-pound, Class A Division in the 18-year-old division. FHS's Michael Lucero will be boxing in the junior division 110-pound, 15-year-old category, while Roosevelt student Casey Holt will be in the 11-year-old, 85-pound junior division.
Trevor and Spencer Fett wrapped up the snowmobile racing season of the U.S. Cross Country (USCC) Race Circuit, March 17-18 in Munising, Mich. They finished the race with a second and third place, respectively, and then attended a banquet that evening to receive year end points championship awards. The six-race season started with a double header, Jan. 7 in Minot, N.D., with a second race in Grafton held the next day. Barnesville was next on Jan. 28, which led up to the I-500 in Thief River Falls, Feb. 10-12.
The spring sports season kicked off officially Monday inside the Concordia College Fieldhouse, as the Frazee and Lake Park-Audubon track and field teams competed in the Heart O'Lakes Conference indoor meet. The season started well for a few LP-A and Hornet athletes, with first-place performances. Frazee's junior Andrew Daggett won the 55-meter hurdles with a time of 8.05, and also took the high jump with a height of 6-02. The Hornet boys 4x200 relay team inked a gold with a time of 1:41.16.
Cheers to the Becker County Board for its move Tuesday to merge the positions of county auditor and county treasurer. It's time to join the majority of other Minnesota counties that have combined the two elected positions. Politically, the board was wise to make the new auditor-treasurer position an elected one, not one appointed by the county board. It's easy to see why the board would be tempted to make the position an appointed one.
Like goats who butt heads for no apparent reason, humans seem doomed by their genes to turn every endeavor into a competition. When properly channeled, the urge to compete can result in a thing of beauty -- like a baseball game. Slow, graceful, subtle, more a showcase of individual skill than a crude slaughtering of one's opponent, baseball is a civilized manifestation of the competitive urge. But when run amok, the urge to compete can bring needless slaughter.
I farm in southwestern North Dakota. This area has gone through a change in the past 20 years due in large part to the adoption of technology. The transformation of this region from a half fallow, half wheat production system to no-till has resulted in huge gains in productivity. These gains are largely a result of adoption of new equipment technology, new herbicide technology, and new fertilization techniques. We still rely heavily on wheat in this area and as a result, we have benefited very little from biotechnology. Historically, U.S.