News briefs - Friday, Aug. 30
Saum Fun Day set for Sunday
SAUM-- A Saum Fun Day is planned for 4 p.m. Sunday at the historic Saum School.
A pancake and waffle supper will include sausage patties, juice, fruit and a beverage.
Later in the evening "The Country Gents Plus One" will provide music. A freewill donation will be accepted.
Highway 1 detour removed
BEMIDJI -- The detour on Minnesota Highway 1 east of Redby has been removed. The road was closed June 3 so construction crews could replace the bridge over the Blackduck River located 10 miles east of Redby.
Construction on the Mud River Bridge, a half-mile east of Redby, will continue. Motorists will experience minor delays until construction of the new bridge is completed in Oct.
DNR to discuss northern pike fishing regulations
PARK RAPIDS -- The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources will hold an informational meeting to discuss existing northern pike fishing regulations 7 to 9 p.m. Sept. 19 in the community meeting room at Northwoods Bank, 311 Park Ave. S in Park Rapids.
Updated information collected since the regulations were implemented in 2003 will be provided regarding several lakes in Hubbard and Wadena counties.
For more information, contact Doug Kingsley, Park Rapids area fisheries supervisor, at 218-732-4153 ext. 222 or by email at email@example.com.
Fall Festival planned in Shevlin
SHEVLIN-- A Fall Festival will be held Sept. 7 at the Black Lantern Resort, 26844 320th St. in Shevlin.
Main events will include camping, shopping, food and drink, music and games. Cost is $5 per person and free for children younger than 5 and senior citizens older than 65.
Camping will begin Sept. 6 and closes Sept. 8. For more information or to reserve a campsite, visit www.fallfestivalmn.com or call 612-812-7309.