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Minnesota on June 7, 1932 to the late Otto and Theresa (Schwengle) Franta. John served in the U.S. Army for two years. John is survived by his wife Ruth; children, Catherine Schwarz of Wabasso, Jeanne Burtzel of Cold Spring, Karen van der Hagen of Baxter ... (The Journal)
Barbara did not want us to write in her obituary that she passed away ... She insisted on a spring burial. She never wanted anyone to have to stand out in the cold. You got it, mom. We love you, Barbara Ann Keough Lundergan. Thank you for being our ... (southernminn.com)
Tillie was active in the Farm Bureau, hospital and Legion auxiliaries, 4-H, the Itasca Home Extension, plane spotting during the Cold War years ... visitation one hour prior. Burial spring 2017 Bigfork Cemetery. Arrangements by Carroll Funeral Home ... (Grand Rapids Herald-Review)
ST. CLOUD — A woman is facing charges for allegedly using dirt to contaminate chicken while working at a Minnesota processing plant. Prosecutors allege Faye Slye contaminated chicken at the Gold'n Plump plant in Cold Spring in June, shortly before the ... (Post-Bulletin)
ST. CLOUD, Minn. (AP) — A woman is facing charges for allegedly contaminating chicken while working at a Minnesota processing plant. Prosecutors allege Faye Slye put sand and dirt on chicken at the Gold'n Plump plant in Cold Spring in June. The plant's ... (Decatur Daily)
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