October 2011
Herald Journal
Enterprise Dispatch
Delano Herald Journal

Oct. 31

HLWW FFA Food Science team places first at nationals

Several local school districts ask voters for funding

Winsted and Hutchinson libraries share head librarian

Open house to honor Dr. Peter Smyth Nov. 6

Township roundup – 10/31/11

Oct. 24

Crafty lady in HL enjoys decorating for the seasons

Bow hunter sights cougar near Lester Prairie

Security State Bank in HL now Citizens Alliance Bank

Phosphorus limit soon to be introduced in Winsted

John Mayer – The man behind the town

It's time for Bulldog Brain Olympics

Oct. 17

Cliff Hedlund has 50-year career at Lester Building Systems

New HL financial advisor is passionate about teaching and athletics

Winsted family has foreign visitors from Mongolia

Township roundup - 10/17/11

Oct. 10

LP boy is a black belt

Winsted prepares for another attempt at paving Luce Line

What is YOUR vision for HL? Come and share it Oct. 28

Entire HLWW High School trained in lifesaving techniques

Oct. 3

Exchange student adventure for LP family

Traveling the highway inspires Winsted trucker’s writing

HL Tire and Auto: taking care of all automotive needs

K-9 Grooming Salon opens in Mayer

Oct. 31

A wish comes true for Dassel boy battling brain cancer

Students get a groovy history lesson in music

Love of music and students made Anderson a legend at DC

Oct. 24

The life of a ghost hunter

Howk retires as DC tranportation coordinator

Haiti-Set-Go 5K Fun Run Oct. 29

Oct. 17

Drama students gear up for this year’s fall musical, ‘Godspell’

Running the Army Ten-Miler

Townships - 10/17/11

Cokato to apply for legacy grant for the DC Regional Trail

Oct. 10

Exploring American roots music through New Harmonies exhibit

DC grad’s career in writing musical theatre takes off

Cokato’s Village Ranch expands to help more kids who are hurting

Local fire departments to teach elementary students fire prevention tips

Oct. 3

Dassel man fights third battle with cancer

Local 4-H clubs provide diverse activities for youth and their families

Comedy show opens season seven for DC Arts Association Oct. 15

Numerous thefts reported recently in Meeker County

Oct. 31

Solar Plastics honored by Delano Chamber during Manufacturing Week

Eagle Scout project inspires patriotism

Loopy’s and Delano Floral – a sweet match

Angel Hearts Home Care seeks to serve

Oct. 24

Light of Christ church helps feed starving children

Haunted warehouse on Bridge Avenue opens for its second year

City tables action on proposed art sculpture

John Mayer – The man behind the town

Oct. 17

133 pounds of Polish ‘thank you’

Love INC sleep out aims to raise poverty awareness

Eagle Scout leads arbor project at Delano Commons

A jingle and canvassing part of Vote for MEE efforts

Oct. 10

Church has received more than $80,000 from the Loretto Quilters

Subcommittee to meet with Independence about utilities

Chinese exchange students get a taste of America

Sohns has her ‘day made better,’ thanks to OfficeMax

Oct. 3

Three commercials, one wild summer

Delano-area couple charged with income tax violations

Delano Public Schools’ proposed tax levy going down

New youth director at Delano United Methodist