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Winstock beats the heat for many diehard fans

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Tim McGraw rocked out for everyone at the last show of the weekend  June 18. Jake Owen gave an exciting performance for the fans on the main stage Friday night, June 17.

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LP School Board discusses field use agreement

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The Lester Prairie School Board discussed an agreement for use of city fields during Monday’s meeting. Leading the discussion were Board Member Brian Heimerl, liaison to the city council, and City Council Member Sean Tritabaugh, liaison to the school board. Park Board Chair Troy Feltmann was also present.

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Winsted City Council approves 2022 street maintenance project

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The Winsted City Council approved a 2022 street maintenance project at its meeting Tuesday evening. The project will focus on the north side of town, and it includes pothole repair and street patching.

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Howard Lake awarded $50k T-Mobile Hometown Grant

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The City of Howard Lake accepted a grant  of $50,000 via T-Mobile’s Hometown Grant program Monday, at Howard Lake City Hall. The money from the grant will be used to purchase technology for the new library.

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Winstock is HERE!

Check out the Winstock 2022 gallery by clicking the links below: 

https://photos.herald-journal.com/Winstock-2022/Winstock-2022-Thursday-Gallery/

https://photos.herald-journal.com/Winstock-2022/Winstock-2022-Friday-Gallery

https://photos.herald-journal.com/Winstock-2022/Winstock-2022-Saturday-Gallery/

More photos will be uploaded each day of Winstock. Stay tuned!

Lester Prairie City Council faces decision on field contract

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The Lester Prairie City Council has a decision to make as it looks to rework its contract with Lester Prairie Public Schools regarding the use of sports fields and concession stands for sporting events. The city owns the fields, and for many years the school has paid an annual fee to the city to use them, per their contract. With the expiration of the old contract, the two sides must now come to an agreement on what the best solution will be.

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