Jessie Krone stands with her son Logan, who is holding Mollie. A benefit will take place for Jessie and Mollie Saturday, Oct. 29 to help with their medical expenses after a single motor vehicle accident.
Dozens of families enjoyed the open house at the Howard Lake Fire Department Oct. 15. The visitors viewed a variety of demonstrations by the firemen, tried on firefighting equipment, and climbed on fire trucks.
Winsted Lions Pam Fiecke, Jeanne Finsrud, Marilyn Gatz, Ron Jorgensen, Roger Grotbo, Bob Gueningsman, Denny and Betty Rehmann, Ann and George Schulenberg, and Mavis Weber donated and delivered personal dictionaries to third-graders in Winsted Oct. 17. Students at Holy Trinity Elementary School display their new dictionaries.
Here's a look at some of the top stories in the Oct. 24 paper:
Krone benefit Saturday, Oct. 29 LESTER PRAIRIE, MN In times of hardship, communities pull together if anyone knows this firsthand, it’s Jessie Krone of Lester Prairie.
Priorities making progress in Winsted WINSTED, MN With the year three-fourths over, Winsted is closing in on its 2016 priorities. Topping the list were upgrades to the wastewater treatment facility and improving the Kingsley Street area both of which have made recent progress.