- Member for
- 6 years 1 week
WDC A Honor Roll First quarter 2011 Grade 7 Anderson, Daniel Lehmkuhl, Ashley McCullough, Andrew Nyhus, Greta Peters, Kayla Peterson, Kirsten Pierce, Lance Rondestvedt, Jessalyn Ross, Gabrielle Stueve, Konnor Taggart, Logan Wheeler, Tyler Grade 8 Evans, Kendra Fitzsimmons, Wyatt Garcia, Derek Langer, Jessica Pettit, Jarrett Schmitz, Beth Soroko, Lauren Taggart, Brianna VanErp, Andrew Vorderbruggen, Hannah Grade 9 Albers, Jodana Baker, Tabetha Biksen, Sydney Cooper, Blaine Craig, Jennifer Gilster, Alyssa Hassa, Zachary Jahnke, Marissa Kallevig, El
By Brian Hansel and Rachelle Klemme JR Construction owner Robert Weiher told his three-man crew to "get out of there" Tuesday morning and his orders came in the nick of time. Weiher's son, John, left the new steel building being built on the Wadena County Fairgrounds along with Ben and Todd Weidricht just before a storm with winds estimated at 60-70 miles per hour knocked it down. The building project was only two days away from completion. A forklift was still inside the building and another was just outside the structure when it went down.
Jenn Davis of Bertha was scheduled to appear on NBC's "The Today Show" Friday, April 29 for a Royal Wedding Ambush Makeover during the fourth hour with Kathie Lee and Hoda. The bridal makeover is a special variation of the Ambush Makeover on "The Today Show." "It's all in celebration of the royal wedding," Davis said. Today Show Producer Jayme Baron said they asked their Facebook fans to write in if they were brides who deserved a royal ambush makeover. Davis was one of four brides-to-be chosen to appear on the show. "It's not a contest," Davis said. "They're going to walk out in wedding