Verndale Sun Archive

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October 2, 2019

• Highway 10 open house

• Wadena County Commissioners

• Speeding semi trailer rolls

September 25, 2019

• Verndale City Council

• 2019 Homecoming king and queen

• Wadena County Commissioners

• Klobuchar roundtable in Wadena

September 18, 2019

• Verndale School Board

• Wadena County Commissioners

• Mock train accident held in Verndale

September 11, 2019

• First look at Humane Society

• Gazelka visits 4-H youth at State Fair

September 4, 2019

• Highway 10 construction has begun

• New year, new school for Freshwater

August 28, 2019

• Verndale City Council 

• WCC-Network Support Tech

August 21, 2019

• Relay for Life

• Verndale School Board

• WCC—Switching  phone companies

August 14, 2019

• Centennial of women's right to vote

• WCC new board room technology

August 7, 2019

• Historical Society is always looking for members

• Detours begin August 19

• Water tower funding is approved

July 31, 2019

• WCC-Hope Center update and more

• Wadena County Commissioners

• Opioid deaths on a decline

July 24, 2019

• The brains of the Army

• Hands-free law takes effect August 1

• Friendly Rider five year plan

July 17, 2019

• Balsamlund Church celebrates 125 years

• Council discusses city biz

• Commissioners confer on variety of topics

July 10, 2019

• Solbergs Wadena County Farm Family of the Year

• Highway 10 construction update

• Wadena welcomes NewLife Support Center

July 3, 2019

• Carrying the torch for Special Olympics

• Wadena County Commissioners

• Tri-County to build across county lines

June 26, 2019

• Case against the county is dismissed

• Ervasti taking her painting classes on the road

• Name released for deceased body found at Fairgrounds

June 19, 2019

• Verndale School Board June 2019

• Verndale City council June 2019

Highway 10 construction has begun

• Siblings sentenced for death of family dog

June 12, 2019

• Body found at Wadena County Fairgrounds

• Wadena County Commissioners

• Secure your cargo

• County Road 4 intersection nearly completed

June 5, 2019

• A beautiful night for a graduation

• Verndale Schools are Level 2 certified

• Highway 10 roadwork began

May 29, 2019

• Flags for veterans

• Wadena County Commissioners

May 22, 2019

• Muni celebrates 85 years

• Verndale CityCouncil May 2019

• Wadena County Commissioners

May 15, 2019

• Verndale receives a barn quilt

• Verndale School Board May 2019

• Wadena County Commissioners

May 8, 2019

• Cupcake a pastor

• Horsager's history

• Wellebrate draws a crowd

May 1, 2019

• Drop the drone during fire season

• Wadena Commissioners discuss mental health

• Donate Life ceremony

April 24, 2019

• Sinkhole reveals history in Verndale

• Wadena County Courthouse remodel

• Monson invited to roundtable discussion with Trump

• Employee charged with theft

April 17, 2019

• Spring...Or is it?

• Wadena County Commissioners 2

• Verndale City Council April 2019

April 10, 2019

• Tri-County Hospital is looking to buy fairgrounds

• Hope Center opens in Wadena

• Verndale School Board April 2019

• Wadena County Commissioners

April 3, 2019

• Flooding hits the area

• The future of Tri-County Health Care

• Siblings charged in dog shooting case

March 27, 2019

• Highway 10 construction to start

• Verndale man faced with felonies

• Cost to live in Wadena County

March 20, 2019

• Three houses of faith still standing

• Verndale City Council March 2019

• Prepare for flooding

March 13, 2019

• Verndale School Board March 2019

• Got ice dams?

March 6, 2019

• Orlando defends state title

• Get ready to spring ahead

February 27, 2019

• Facebook video of dog killed being investigated

• Monsons lend a hand to end human trafficking

February 20, 2019

• Fake currency in the area

• Three dead, deputy injured in Nevis

February 13, 2019

• Verndale School board February 2019

•Mahlen finalist for National Coach of the Year

February 6, 2019

• Fire relief donates $25,000 for new rescue van

• Bounds Body Shop closes

January 30, 2019

• Senior Center talks continue

• Kickin' Kawasaki disease

January 23, 2019

• The New Year brought a wonderful gift

• Verndale City Council January 2019

• A frosty start to the day

January 16, 2019

• Slimed and glittered

• Remains found of missing Verndale native

• Two arrested with meth after high speed chase

• Verndale School Board

January 9, 2019

• Eleven departments respond to fire

• Verndale Council special meeting

• Rural Staples man charged in three-month-old's death

January 2, 2019

• New laws for 2019

• Local pastors travel to Tanzania

December 26, 2018

• Bettis has the best lights

• Mills retiring after nearly 3 decades in the hardware biz

• 2018 in Review

December 19, 2018

• Four arrested for area burglaries

• On thin ice—teach kids the dangers

• Verndale City Council December 2018

December 12, 2018

• Bacon dies in rollover accident

• Verndale School Board December 2018

• Church to close in Aldrich

• Verndale seniors plan a senior center

December 5, 2018

• School Resource Officer Joe Lorenzi

• Peoplemania: Fireworks

• The Sun's Christmas lights and decorating contest

November 28, 2018

• Trapping turkeys

• City Dray now Long Prairie Sanitation

• Don't get smished

November 21, 2018

• Thanksgathering

• Wild and Rare

• Verndale City Council November 2018

November 14, 2018

• Thank you, Veterans

• Anderson still missing 31 years later

• Verndale School Board November 2018

November 7, 2018

• Section Four 9-man champs

• Immanuel Lutheran Bartlett 100 years

• Unearthing Wadena County's History

October 31, 2018

• The buck of Blacks Grove

• Minimum wage will increase

October 24, 2018,

• Verndale City Council Liquor store survey results

• Verndale School receives $25,000 grant

• County Board looks at dangerous intersections

• Most local schools see increase in enrollment

October 17, 2018

• Haunted house, corn maze and laser tag

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• Verndale City Council October 2018

• 4-Corners 4-H

October 10, 2018

• These spuds are for you

• Two injured in two vehicle accident

• First snowfall of the season

October 3, 2018

• Missing boy found deceased

• Drug investigation leads to multiple arrests

• Verndale School Board September 2018

September 26, 2018

• Military museum coming to Veterans Park

• Over 3000 shoes for Soles4Souls

September 19, 2018

• Remembering 9/11

• Faulty transformer causes power outage

• Verndale City Council, September 2018

September 12, 2018

• Three houses of faith still stand

• How did students fare in testing?

September 5, 2018

• Sun Who's running for office

• To sell or not to sell the Muni

• Climbing anything in its path

August 29, 2018

• Verndale School Board special meeting

• Recount concurred same results

• Level 3 predatory offender returns to Wadena

August 22, 2018

• Sun Primary results are in

• 39th Annual England Prairie Pioneer Days

• ATV hit and run in Staples

• DNR needs your help with bear tracking

• Farm and Rural helpline answers the call

August 15, 2018

• Minnesota Mission trip makes a huge impact

• Verndale School Board special meeting

• Verndale City News August 2018

August 8, 2018

• Wearing out poverty

• Survey readers prefer community newpapers

August 1, 2018

• Results of Verndale Area Food Shelf survey

• Old Wadena Rendezvous

July 25, 2018

• Nitro, the furriest new deputy

• Verndale awarded $600,000 grant

•  Get involved in the community

• Verndale Celebration this weekend

• Freshwater breaks ground

July 18, 2018

• Verndale City News July 2018

• Respite house coming to Wadena

• County, state and federal office filings

July 11, 2018

• Verndale School Board Special Meeting

• Driver flees after striking a power pole

• Orphaned Wildlife

July 4, 2018

• The importance of bike safety

• Verndale Trap Team heading to Nationals

• Level 3 sex offender moves to Wadena

June 27, 2018

• Mahlen retires as athletic director

• Teaching English in Africa

June 20, 2018

• Kidneys the most common organ needed

• Verndale School News-June 2018

• Wadena County Fair celebrates 125 years

June 13, 2018

• State Champion!

• Verndale City News June 2018

• June Jubilee kicks off

June 6, 2018

• Storm rolls through Verndale

• Breaking records, heading to state

• New friendly face at Friendly Rider

• Seven baby girls, five years later

May 30, 2018

• Congratulations 2018 Grads

• Tubandt inducted

May 23, 2018

• Central MN CEO Trade Show

May 16, 2018

• Accident injures 6

• Verndale City News May 2018

•Superintendent explains

• Verndale School Board May 2018

May 9, 2018

• Filling the void

• Brightening the lives of hurricane victims

May 2, 2018

• Fire spreads quickly through Verndale home

• From snowstorms to fire danger

• Setting the scene

April 25, 2018

• Fireman's Auction draws large crowd

• Fire destroys three businesses

• Men's Night Out

• Two found dead in rural Perham

April 18, 2018

• Graba's miracle babies

• Armory to get $4.3 million makeover

• MSHSL changes because of weather

April 11, 2018

• Garden of Hope dedication

• Verndale City News April 2018

• Buildings removed to make room for road

• Open enrollment

April 4, 2018

• Verndale School level 1 certified

• Easter egg-stravaganza

• St. Marie sentenced to life

• Orlando is National Champion

• A better chance of winning the lottery

March 28, 2018

• Good boy, Zeus

• Wadena County Farm Bureau 100 years

• NJPA—40 years and counting

March 21, 2018

• Students begin ALICE training

• Verndale City News March 2018

March 14, 2018

• Storm hits Central Minnesota hardest

• Verndale School Board March 2018

• Yesteryears closes after 30 years

March 7, 2018

• Orlando and Truax place at State

•Weaving colorful creations...for your floor

• Anderson sentenced to life in prison

• Display building almost ready

February 28, 2018

• Trash cans never sounded better

• 10 area wrestlers head to state

• New well and water tower discussed

• Comedian brought the laughs

• Snow...finally

February 21, 2018

• Hay is heading to Montana

• Snow Days kicked off with coronation

February 14, 2018

• 14th Annual Bulls, Barrels and Broncs

• Three arrested following investigation

• Eat, chill, click...no more

• Providing foster children with comfort

• Verndale City News February 2018

• Verndale School Board February 2018

• Two more headed to play college ball

February 7, 2018

• Four fire departments respond to huge fire

• Snow Days King and Queen candidates

• Tonic Sol Fa

January 31, 2018

• Hay needed

• Verndale City News Special meeting held

• St. Marie found guilty of murder

January 24, 2018

• New laws in effect January 1

•Kicksledding now available

• Tri-County's first baby of the year

• Tonic Sol Fa to perform

 

January 17, 2018

• Emergency propane heating order

• The world needs you

• Verndale School Board January 2018

• Verndale City News January 2018

• Lakewood expands to meet area health needs

January 10, 2018

• Lakewood unveils hospital expansion

• Crime Stoppers helps sheriff

• Dayton appoints Smith

• Trailbreakers Snowmobile Club celebrates 50 years

January 3, 2018

• Moore signs with NDSU

• Robotics visits the school

• Buckthorn, a problem

• Honor Society inducts new members

December 27, 2017

• Teachers Helping students get warm clothes

• SUV crashes into Wadena business

December 20, 2017

• Students make wooden trucks

• Ervasti first female state champ

December 13, 2017

• Students from around the globe

• Verndale School Board December 2017

• Pederson awarded leadership award

December 6, 2017

• Semi versus buggy accident

• Taves admonished for behavior

• Three locals arrested during drug bust

November 30, 2017 

• Christmas festival

• Umland heading to Olympic trials

• Verndale School implementing A.L.I.C.E. training

November 23, 2017

• Stomach flu strikes Verndale School

• Annual Community Thanksgathering

• Verndale School Board November 

November 16, 2017

• Verndale City News November 2017

• Many thanks to our Veterans

November 9, 2017

• Pirates are statebound

• Got shoes?

• Halloween entertainment for kids

• Successful hunters

November 2, 2017

• Fur trading artifacts uncovered

• Firearms deer season opens

• Verndale Area Foodshelf is in need

October 26, 2017

• Walk the Plank, Matey

• Glenz gets her 1000th dig

• Zombies attack runners at Black's Grove Park

October 19, 2017

• Women's health event is a hit

• What causes fall colors

• A new option for seniors

September 7, 2017

• Suspects sought in using counterfeit money

• Help needed to locate Level 3 predatory offender

• Open house greets students and parents

August 31, 2017

• Humane Society needs your help

• Wet weather doesn't totally dampen England Prairie event

• Bad transformer causes outage

August 24, 2017

• Bringing the Bible to Chicago

• England Prairie preview

• Verndale School News

August 17, 2017

• Verndale Sun Whiteout

August 10, 2017

• Lions dedicate new cemetery board

• An unusual occurrence

• A promise kept for nine years

August 3, 2017

• Verndale Days 2017

• Tubandt to enter Gold Gloves Hall of Fame

• Freyholtz-London rural health hero

July 27, 2017

• The Tree House: A child's dream house

• Closure after 74 years of waiting

• Sixth Annual TCHC Block Party

July 20, 2017

• Population 601, plus one sorehead

• Umland brothers compete

• Verndale City News July

July 13, 2017

• Generation Death

• Missing man (updated July 20, 2017)

• Car strikes two horses

July 6, 2017

• Neal Family Farm is farm family of the year

• Former River Inn gets new life

• Suicide prevention by text message

June 29, 2017

• Wadena County Fair

• Shooting incident in the city of Sebeka

• Tia Ji Quant for better balance

June 22, 2017

• Verndale School News Bus Garage

• There is still "Moore" to come

• Dry cleans get a little wet

June 15, 2017

• Samuel Moore state champ

• Well Woes to be address

• Where will the new structure go

June 8, 2017

• Moore breaks 2 records

• An adventure in Costa Rica

• Class of 2017

June 1, 2017

• Auto Work is in their blood

• Starting a business

• Synchronized jumping

May 25, 2017

• Nitrate levels warning lifted

• Wannacry Ransomware

• Nitrate levels

May 18, 2017

• Nitrate Levels

• Circus Performer

• River Trail Riders

May 11, 2017

• Graduation changes

• Verndale City News

• Verndale Volunteers

May 4, 2017

• Family Life Church

• Wastewater Project

• Verndale Prom

April 27, 2017

• Bullying Awareness

• Author Visits

• Fireman's Auction

April 20, 2017

• Donate Life

• A life made whole with athletics

• Egg Hunt

April 13, 2017

• Job shadowing

• Verndale School Board

• Save Your Brain

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