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Spring Sports Changes

WINSTED, Minn. – Lester Prairie/Holy Trinity will host Mayer Lutheran in an elimination game Tuesday evening. The Bulldogs and Crusaders will play at 4:30 p.m. in Lester Prairie with the winner advancing to the next round. The winner will face either Maranatha Christian or PACT Charter on May 26 at 4 p.m. The location of the game will depend on the winner of the semifinal game between Kimball and West Lutheran. Who ever looses that game, will host the final elimination round game to go to the section final.

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Mayer City Council to discuss summer hours for city offices

MAYER, MN – Mayer City Council will discuss proposed summer hours for city offices during its Monday, May 23 meeting.

Other items on the agenda include fences, street repairs, crosswalk signs, and relocation of the city’s salt storage facility.

The meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. at city hall. A workshop meeting will follow the regular council meeting.

 

Princess Kay finalists selected

MINNESOTA – Twelve Princess Kay of the Milky Way finalists were announced May 15 at St. Cloud State University, as follows: Kelly Berg, 20, Olmsted County; Haley Hinrichs, 18, Goodhue County; Makaila Klejeski, 18, Dodge County; Morgan Krause, 18, Wright County; Annette Kyllo, 23, Olmsted County; Kayla Leiding, 19, Fillmore County; Sabrina Portner, 19, Brown County; Kiersten Sabolik, 18, Douglas County; Kelly Schouviller, 19, Becker County; Meghan Skiba, 19, Isanti County; Emily Stocker, 18, Scott County; and Stephanie Sukalski, 19, Mower County.

Princess Kay Finalists 2016
Princess Kay Finalists 2016

Country Fried Grubers perform in Mayer

SPONSORED POST. Country Fried Grubers will preform live entertainment at Knuckleheads Bar & Grill, Mayer Friday, May 20.

Mayer city-wide garage sale this week

Mayer city-wide garage sales will be Friday and Saturday, May 20 and 21.

Internal medicine doctor joins Hutchinson Health

SPONSORED POST – As Hutchinson Health’s newest internal medicine physician, Cybele Johnson, DO is looking forward to caring for the health of patients in McLeod County and the surrounding area.

Cybele Johnson

Cybele Johnson

“I truly love participating in a team approach with patients and appreciate the opportunity to share in the professional physician/patient relationship,” Johnson said. “I enjoy celebrating their triumphs, undertaking diagnostic challenges, participating in educational moments, supporting and encouraging them through complex, chronic or difficult times, to ultimately create together the best state of wellness possible.”

Johnson performs physicals, pre-operative exams, acute visits, and other outpatient internal medicine clinical activities. She has a special interest in adult medicine, preventative medicine, and health maintenance.

Johnson was raised in Iowa, and practiced nursing before earning an osteopathic medicine degree from Des Moines University.

Along the way, she developed an interest in holistic medicine, and received additional training in nutritional therapy, herbalism, and other non-western modalities.

“Internal medicine allows me to integrate care of the different body organ systems, which is consistent with my patient care philosophy,” Johnson said.

She participated in the internal medicine residency program at the University of Minnesota from 2004 to 2007. Other locations where Johnson has practiced internal medicine include Glencoe and Shakopee.

To make an appointment with Johnson at Hutchinson Health, call (320) 234-3290.