Less than smooth transition at Crosby City Council
At the beginning of the Crosby City Council meeting on Tuesday, December 27, the Mayor Joanna Lattery asked for a motion for approval of the minutes from the Monday, December 12 council meeting. Councilmember Jim Goshey noted an inaccuracy in the minutes. Goshey went on to say that except for Sova’s contract extension that was not passed at the previous meeting, he would move to approve the minutes with the revision to remove the sentence and amend Clerk/Treasurer Sova’s contract to expire December 31, 2019.
A motion was made by Councilmember PaulHeglund and seconded by Goshey to approve the contracts for Police Chief Kim Coughlin and Police Lieutenant Kevin Randolph ...[MORE]
Spaghetti benefit for Tae Kwon Do master at Harbor Inn in Garrison
There will be a benefit evening for Tae Kwon Do master, Theresa Dehning, of Cuyuna, on Saturday, January 21, starting at 6 p.m. at Harbor Inn in Garrison. The event includes a spaghetti dinner for $7 a plate, entertainment, and silent auction.
Theresa Dehning, 59, has lived and worked in the Deerwood, Crosby, and Aitkin areas. She’s been an instructor in the Tae Kwan Do martial art for 23 years. Before she got ill, she owned a gym in Crosby for many years and added one in Aitkin recently.
Her friend and previous Tae Kwon Do student for 12 years, Rebecca Weimer said that Dehning has lung cancer and thyroid cancer. ...[MORE]Classified Ad Order Form