November 2013
Herald Journal
Enterprise Dispatch
Delano Herald Journal

Nov. 25

Chip and Julie Guggemos: 2013 Winsted Winter Festival parade grand marshals

HL City Council plans a housing study in 2014

LP School Board decides not to close open enrollment

Nov. 18

LP reaches agreement to buy former hotel property

Winsted student plays in honor band festival

Littfin Lumber installs storm water pond in HL to improve water quality

Winsted Area Chamber of Commerce means business (and fun, too)

Nov. 11

New veterans memorial in Carver County will feature an online registry

Roger Boyce to retire from Winsted bank

HL’s new police chief works to present a positive image in the community

Nov. 4

HT senior named to Miss Teen honor court

HL Sportsmen’s Club installs new fish barrier grate

LP students may soon be able to bring electronic devices to school

Local seniors share their thoughts on home modifications, apartments, assisted living, long-term care

Nov. 25

JM Cremp’s opens temporary store at the Mall of America

New Dassel Church of Christ pastor seeks to encourage service

Nov. 18

Colonel Wilson retires after 30 years in the Army, presents on Veterans Day

Frozen in time: Recalling the assassination of JFK

DC plans to add six classrooms to offer all day, every day kindergarten

Nov. 11

DC levy fails, giving school district a chance to get it right

Hay! Lundeen Hay Auctions heads to Hollywood Twp.

Change of hours expected at Darwin Post Office

Nov. 4

Daycare shortage leaves area parents with little options

Problems arise for DC levy vote

Have you given the flu shot a shot?

Nov. 25

Marine One man

Lee Kelly named Wright County Coordinator

Nov. 18

Independence home heavily damaged by fire

Local heroes

Nov. 11

Pony Express ‘Ride to the Rescue’ will begin in Delano Thursday

Wright Co. authorizes Delano to repair ditch at city cost

Nov. 4

Loretto, Providence Academy work toward long-term agreement for use of ball field

Montrose apartment fire quickly extinguished