Rocky Fontana of My Car Guy in Howard Lake stands with some of his family's personal collection of antique vehicles. Look for his story in the Monday, Feb. 2 edition of the Herald Journal.
Former Winsted resident Tom Mosher created this steel sculpture, "A Mother's Gift," in memory of his mother, Helen, who passed away about nine years ago. Look for a story about Mosher's art business in the Monday, Feb. 2 edition of the Herald Journal.
How have children's books changed through the years? Check out the story in the Monday, Feb. 2 edition of the Herald Journal. Pictured are first-graders Kirsten Heber and Jesse Gjertson of St. James Lutheran School in Howard Lake.
Here's a look at some of the top stories in the Feb. 2 paper:
Wright County drug forum hits home WRIGHT COUNTY, MN Janet Weishalla held back tears as she described the phone call no parent wants to get. On the other end of the line, a friend of her son’s told her something was wrong with Bobby. As Weishalla rushed to the friend’s house, she knew it was already too late her son Bobby had taken a lethal dose of heroin.
Former Winsted man makes steel art amidst Montana mountains
WINSTED, MN In a quiet valley uncluttered by corporate chaos, the artwork of 1979 Holy Trinity High School graduate Tom Mosher is forged into existence.
LP veteran living with effects of Agent Orange LESTER PRAIRIE, MN Two years ago, Lester Prairie’s Herb Hoen was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma, a type of cancer that starts in plasma and bone marrow.