Congratulations to Karl Oskar Days’ newly designated ambassadors who were named at coronation, Sunday, July 14, at the Chisago Lakes High School Performing Arts Center. From left to rt: Abby Pratt, sponsored by Parmly on the Lake senior living, Olivia Koesters, sponsored by Virga Chiropractic and Keegan Miller, sponsored by Wolf...
From the parade to the car show to the basketball and tennis/pickleball tournaments to some relaxing morning fishing at Beach Park and to the snuff box hunt, Karl Oskar Day festival-goers had a blast throughout the week.
Listed here is the top 90 finishers, for full results on all 281 runners, check out mtecresults.com
For their roles in getting people on-the-river and promoting appreciation of the St. Croix River through paddleboat rides, and canoe rentals; and for their continuous support of the Taylors Falls school and local community the co-Grand Marshals honored for this year’s Wannigan Days are Amy Frischmon and Dan Raedeke.
East Bethel 10, Chisago Lakes 7 The Bulldogs scored in seven of the nine innings against East Bethel. Unfortunately, East Bethel scored ten runs in the first four innings and the Bulldogs only scored one run in each of the seven innings in which they scored. It all adds up to a 10-7 loss for the Bulldogs. The game was played last Wednesday, July 10 at St. Francis High School.
Ronald Charles Carlson died on Wednesday, July 10, 2019, at 66 years. He was preceded in death by his parents, Ernst and Ardelle; and brother Kenneth. Ron is survived by his wife Lucy; step-children, Richard (Erin) Walch, Megan (Ken) Janusz, and Henry (Elis) Walch; grandchildren, Riley, Abby, Molly and Lucia; sister Cathy (Mike) Hennessey; niece Lisa (Nick) Anderson and Isak; nephew, Dave (Carlee) Hennessey; and many cousins and friends.