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First International Bank and Trust in Motley recently made a donation to the Motley Area Food Shelf. The total donation was 56 pound of food and a $500 monetary contribution. Pictured above, from left, are Florence Berndt, food shelf volunteer; Kate Skogstad and Joann Loidolt, bank representatives...
Recent reports from the Motley Police Department (MPD) and Morrison County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) included the following: March 26 - The MPD issued a citation to Jason Kristopher Berulson, 42, for driving after revocation. March 26 - The MPD assisted a motorist who had run out of gas on Hwy 10 in...
Recent reports from the Cass County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) included the following: o March 26 - The CCSO responded to an incident at the 13000 block of Ace Dr. SW, Pillager. o March 27 - The CCSO responded to an attempt to locate incident at the 5000 block of Red River Trail, Pillager. o March 27...
Motley-Staples Middle School teachers Chris Kappler (left) and Sarah Decker delivered 671 pounds of food to the Motley Area Food Shelf recently. The food, along with $80, was collected by students at MSMS during Food Share Month. The sixth grade class collected the most during the month and were...
Recent reports from the Motley Police Department (MPD) and Morrison County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) included the following: March 18 - The MPD assisted at an incident that took place at 16 Hwy 10 S. in Motley, during which Matthew Jon Leigland, 25; and Michael Jacob Blandford, 27, were arrested....
While the judges were tallying their scores, contestants at last year’s Fiddler’s Contest in Pillager combined their talents, playing a few familiar tunes for the audience including “Cripple Creek” and “Amazing Grace.” Pictured above, from left, are fiddlers Sam Smith, Fargo, N.D.; Abigail Carey, Farmington; Sara Smith, Fargo; Shelby Huston, Minot, N.D.; Maria Mathison, Foreston; and Kevin Huston (Shelby Huston’s father), providing guitar accompaniment. This year’s fiddler’s contest will be held Saturday, A
The 35th Annual Fiddler’s Contest in Pillager will take place Saturday, April 13, at the Pillager High School’s new gymnasium, beginning at 3 p.m. The doors open at 2 p.m. Refreshments will be available and the Oak Street   Praise Band will provide music prior to the contest, as well as serve as...
At their regular council meeting March 11, the City of Motley accepted the 2018 audit report as presented by Jon Archer with Schlenner Wenner & Company, certified public accountants from Little Falls.  Prior to the council’s  vote, Archer went through the summary of the city’s audited financial...
Members of the Becker Busy Bees 4-H Club recently took first place at the 4-H Regional Wildlife Bowl in Foley. They will go on to compete at the state competition April 6, in Sauk Rapids. Pictured, from left, are Colton Converse, Sam Sauber, Bill Sauber and Dustin Converse. (Submitted photo)
The Becker Busy Bees 4-H Club has been very busy lately. The club held their February meeting at Jack’s House Bowling Alley in Brainerd and had  a blast bowling. On March 2, four club members participated in the 4-H Wildlife Bowl in Foley. These included Colton Converse, Sam Sauber, Bill Sauber and...
Recent reports from the Motley Police Department (MPD) and Morrison County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) included the following: March 9 - The MPD assisted the MN State Patrol and Cass County Sheriff’s Office with a single vehicle rollover at the 600 block of Hwy 210 in Motley. No injuries reported....
The Morrison County Sheriff’s Office reports that on March 5, at approximately 3:19 a.m., their office received a report of a one-vehicle rollover with the driver trapped in the vehicle on Hwy 10, approximately one mile south of Motley. According to the sheriff’s office, 17-year-old Emily Bellware...

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