Memories Gone By
News From Browerville's Past
25 Years Ago
April 3, 1997
Five members of the Browerville FFA chapter participated in the Regional Poultry Judging Contest at Little Falls on March 26. The Browerville chapter placed first out of eight teams for the fifth consecutive year. Team members were: Ryan Perish, who was the highest-scoring individual Mary Meyer, second-highest overall; Sherry Landowski, who was fifth; Josh Hayes and Kurt Zetah.
The North Central Service Cooperative (NCSC) 5 located out of Staples is an organization that provides educational services and support for a group of schools from Browerville to Walker. One of the programs which are offered is the Student Recognition Program. The two Browerville students selected are Sara Claseman, daughter of Tony and Deb Claseman, and Marcy Reger, daughter of Mark and Arlinda Reger.
The Long Prairie Police Department recently conducted a compliance check on the sale of alcohol and tobacco to all the businesses that sell either substance in the city. What they discovered is that it is relatively easy for a minor to buy either without being asked for identification in the majority of stores in town. Police Chief Steve Neet explained that they have been requested by some businesses to conduct the check and the rumors of the problem have been circulating for months.
Little Miranda Buhl, daughter of William and Renee Buhl of Browerville, had a visit with the Easter Bunny who was visiting at the Vet’s Club in Browerville Saturday afternoon. Miranda did end up enjoying her visit and the treats she took along home.