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Memories Gone By

News from Browerville's Past

25 Years Ago

April 4, 1995

On March 28, Daryl Brever, representing Central Bi-Products, donated $500 to the Browerville Fire Department for the Jaws of Life. The total cost of this equipment is $18,000. Other donations received were $100 from the Browerville FFA and $530 from the Combined Charities drive.


Assistant Chief Judge William Walker administered the Oath of Office to newly appointed District Court Judge Sally Robertson. Over 170 attended the ceremony at the Long Prairie courthouse on Friday, including two supreme court judges, 14 other judges, family, friends, and associates. Judge Robertson is taking over the position vacated when Judge Paul Flora retired last year. Robertson has been practicing law with the firm of Kennedy and Nervig for the past 15 years.


The Education Cooperative Service Unit 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 annual Student Recognition Program. Two students from each member school may be nominated by faculty and support staff who feel they demonstrate the qualities of an outstanding student. The two Browerville students selected were Michael Biermaier, son of Ken and Kristi Biermaier, and Vanessa Rapatz, daughter of Linda Rapatz and Bruce Curley.


Seven members of the Browerville FFA chapter participated in the region contests at Little Falls on March 28. Browerville placed first out of seven poultry teams for the fourth consecutive year. Team members were Sherry Landowski, who was the highest-scoring individual; Dawn Boyer, who was second-highest overall; and April Tucker who was fifth overall.


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