Archive | December 6, 2012

Geri Ryan Hamrock, a beautiful and talented young woman, passed away on Nov. 30, 2012, at age 16. Geri is survived by her parents, Cathy Ryan and Steve Hamrock, and sister, Caitlin Hamrock. Funeral services are 2 p.m. at Bradshaw Celebration of Life Center, 2800 Curve Crest Boulevard on the northwest corner of Minnesota Highway [...]

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BAYPORT — A Minnesota Correctional Facility-Stillwater inmate was charged with two counts of assault resulting in 15 months in prison with credit for six months served after stabbing another inmate with a shank. On July 5, 2011, a Department of Corrections officer was alerted to an assault at the prison, according to 10th Judicial District [...]

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“Peace Through Service” was the message shared by Rotary International District Gov. Joe Kovarik during his visit Tuesday with Stillwater Sunrise Rotary Club. The Stillwater Sunrise Rotary’s main goal is improving the lives of others locally and globally through service. Although Peace Through Service is something the local club is familiar with, Kovarik’s visit provided [...]

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Minnesota Zephyr Train owner David Paradeau was given a two-week abatement extension to move the engine from its downtown resting place by the Stillwater City Council Tuesday. Paradeau flew in from Florida to talk with the council about his requested extension Tuesday night. “I wanted people to know that it’s not been for blatant carelessness [...]

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The Stillwater City Council again voted to deny demolition permits requested by Saint Paul’s Lutheran Church to tear down two church-owned homes at 604 Fourth St. South and 216 Willard St. The decision Tuesday night came after church officials asked the council to reconsider an earlier denial of the church’s demolition permit. The permit denial [...]

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