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JUDITH STOMBERG PROBATE STATE OF MINNESOTA DISTRICT COURT COUNTY OF BECKER PROBATE DIVISION seventh judicial district Court File No. 03-P6-06-302 ORDER AND NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR FORMAL ADJUDICATION OF INTESTACY, DETERMINATION OF HEIRSHIP, APPOINTMENT OF PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS ESTATE OF Judith Mae Pugleasa-Stomberg, a.k.a.
TENTATIVE AGENDA REGULAR MEETING BECKER COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS DATE: Tuesday, March 14, 2006 at 8:15 a.m. LOCATION: Board Room, Courthouse 8:15 Open Meeting 1. Pledge of Allegiance 2. Agenda Confirmation 3. Minutes of February 28, 2006 8:20 Commissioners 1. Open Forum 2. Reports & Correspondence 3. Appointments 4. Auditor and Treasurer Comb Committee Update 5.
With transportation demands growing, BNSF Railway will spend $400 million this year expanding rails, the head of the company told a Bismarck business group late last month. That includes hundreds of new locomotives. Matt Rose, president, chairman and chief executive officer, said BNSF and the nation's other six large railroads -- known as Class I -- are now growing faster than the economy as a whole. Rose was the main speaker at the Bismarck Mandan Develop-ment Association's annual meeting.
Harlan Lemke of Detroit Lakes hit the jackpot! The second line of Lemke's 10-line quick-pick ticket matched the winning numbers of 3-8-12-14-31 from the Feb. 20 drawing to win the $30,000 jackpot. Lemke purchased the winning ticket at County 6 Amoco & Bait in Detroit Lakes. A Northstar Cash jackpot worth $51,447 from the drawing on Sept. 4, 2005 has not yet been claimed. Northstar Cash players have one year from the date of the drawing to claim their prize.
The images of people's belongings destroyed by hurricane Katrina were vivid: family photographs and heirlooms, hand-made quilts and treasured keepsakes lost forever to destructive wind and water. But the slower deterioration of the things we cherish can be equally damaging. A free Minnesota Histo-rical Society workshop on March 28 will demonstrate the best ways to protect heirlooms from time. The program will begin at 7 p.m.
Sazama-Malvick Amanda Kay Sazama and Keith Ryan Malvick announce their engagement. Parents Pamela and the late Delbert Tietz, Richville; David and Linda Malvick, Audubon. Amanda graduated from Perham High School and is employed by Hospice of the Red River Valley in Detroit Lakes. Keith graduated from Lake Park/Audubon High School and is employed by TEAM Industries in Audubon. An April 22nd wedding is planned at the United Methodist Church, Richville, with a church reception to follow.
Johnson-Buschette Laura Johnson and Greg Buschette announce their engagement. Parents are Gregg and Debra Johnson, Audubon, and Richard and Linda Buschette, Mahnomen. Laura graduated from Minnesota State University, Moorhead and is employed by 1st National Bank, Mahnomen. Greg graduated from the University of Minnesota, Crookston, and currently farms near Mahnomen. An April 8th wedding is planned at First Lutheran Church, Mahnomen.
Sander-Hunnel Angie Sander and Tim Hunnel announce their engagement. Parents of the couple are Robert Sander and the late Donna Sander of Dalton and James and Shirley Hunnel of Detroit Lakes. Angie attended Fergus Falls High School and is employed by St. Mary's Nursing Home in Detroit Lakes. Tim graduated from Detroit Lakes High School and is employed by Norseman Motors in Detroit Lakes. An April 22 wedding is planned at the First Lutheran Church in Detroit Lakes.
ISAACSON -- a boy, Blase Allen; born March 1, 2006, weighing 7 lbs. to Kelli and Lucas Isaacson.
KERANEN -- a boy, Aiden Henry; born March 2, 2006, weighing 8 lbs. 15 oz. to Mary Keranen.