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Oakdale Cemetery Ass n

213 North Broadway
Crookston, MN 56716
(218) 281-3991
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Stenshoel Houske Funeral Home

615 South Minnesota Street
Crookston, MN 56716
(218) 281-3372
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Faces for Sept. 4, 2016 - Duluth News Tribune

Monday, September 05, 2016

Bemidji State University.• Kathryn Sheetz of Grand Rapids graduated with high distinction from the University of Minnesota Crookston where she earned a degree in biology and health sciences.• University of Wisconsin-Superior announced the following local students graduated with master's degrees.Stacy Desmond of Cloquet and Jason Abrahamson of Superior earned master's degrees in clinical mental health.Thereasa Hansmeier of Duluth and Jessica Brown of Maple received master's degrees in guidance and counseling.Duluthians Angela Bushey and John Peterson obtained master's degrees in human relations and special education: emotional/behavioral disabilities, respectively.Danna Livingston-Matherly of Lake Nebagamon and Leah Moore of Duluth received master's degrees in instruction.

With Sacred Heart lawsuit, questions over whether parishes are liable - Grand Forks Herald

Sunday, June 19, 2016

A Twin Cities attorney and Diocese of Crookston monsignor say they want the same thing: healing and justice for survivors of clergy sexual abuse.But where attorney Mike Finnegan and Monsignor Mike Foltz differ is who should be sued in the latest wave of lawsuits related to the recent May 25 deadline of the Minnesota Child Victims Act.Sacred Heart in East Grand Forks was one of the parishes sued before the deadline with claims that the Rev. Stanley Bourassa, who died in 2004, committed sexual abuse of a minor while assigned to the parish from 1965 to 1968.It's not that parishes weren't sued before in clergy sexual abuse cases, but there has been a conscious decision to include both parishes and the diocese more recently, Finnegan said."They were sued in all the Minnesota cases across the state right now to protect the survivors' rights," said Finnegan, who works with Jeff Anderson & Associates, which is known for its role in pursuing cases involving clergy abuse. "It was kind of a mixed bag historically of whether the p...

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Faces for Sept. 4, 2016 - Duluth News Tribune

Monday, September 05, 2016

Bemidji State University.• Kathryn Sheetz of Grand Rapids graduated with high distinction from the University of Minnesota Crookston where she earned a degree in biology and health sciences.• University of Wisconsin-Superior announced the following local students graduated with master's degrees.Stacy Desmond of Cloquet and Jason Abrahamson of Superior earned master's degrees in clinical mental health.Thereasa Hansmeier of Duluth and Jessica Brown of Maple received master's degrees in guidance and counseling.Duluthians Angela Bushey and John Peterson obtained master's degrees in human relations and special education: emotional/behavioral disabilities, respectively.Danna Livingston-Matherly of Lake Nebagamon and Leah Moore of Duluth received master's degrees in instruction.

With Sacred Heart lawsuit, questions over whether parishes are liable - Grand Forks Herald

Sunday, June 19, 2016

A Twin Cities attorney and Diocese of Crookston monsignor say they want the same thing: healing and justice for survivors of clergy sexual abuse.But where attorney Mike Finnegan and Monsignor Mike Foltz differ is who should be sued in the latest wave of lawsuits related to the recent May 25 deadline of the Minnesota Child Victims Act.Sacred Heart in East Grand Forks was one of the parishes sued before the deadline with claims that the Rev. Stanley Bourassa, who died in 2004, committed sexual abuse of a minor while assigned to the parish from 1965 to 1968.It's not that parishes weren't sued before in clergy sexual abuse cases, but there has been a conscious decision to include both parishes and the diocese more recently, Finnegan said."They were sued in all the Minnesota cases across the state right now to protect the survivors' rights," said Finnegan, who works with Jeff Anderson & Associates, which is known for its role in pursuing cases involving clergy abuse. "It was kind of a mixed bag historically of whether the p...