The city council of Waverly has established for the city’s compost site.
The site’s regular hours are:
Mondays from 4 to 8 p.m.
Wednesdays from 4 to 8 p.m.
Saturdays 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Please be kind and only dump appropriate content at the compost site. The city has to pay for any garbage that gets dumped there to be hauled away.
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The city council of Waverly has established for the city’s compost site.
The city council of Waverly has authorized summer hours for city hall.
The new hours will begin in May.
Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Fridays from 8 a.m. to noon.
Summer hours will run from May 1 to Sept. 30.
PROM PICTURES: Prom picture sign ups are in the HS Office.
TRIFECTA AWARD: If you were involved in 3 activities this year (1 per season)
please check your google docs from Kayti, fill out the form asap. Thank you!
SPRING PLAY TICKETS: Click on the link below to order your spring play tickets.
Mystery @ Whimbomly Manor performance dates are April 28 & 29th @ 7:30.
TRAINERS REQUEST: If you have borrowed any crutches from Coleen this year and
have not returned them, please do so ASAP!
AFTER PROM: Information packets for After Prom are available in the Main Office. Students
who are planning on attending After Prom should pick up a packet. DEADLINE for registration
is this TODAY.
CHEERLEADING: Students currently in grades 8-11th, if you are interested in joining
the 2017-18 Fall Cheer Team we will have a quick meeting TODAY Friday (4/21)during
HS Laker Break for HS students and at the end of ⅞ grade lunch time for the 8th
graders. If you can not make it, please see Coach Kayti in the HS Office or email
SENIORS: Senior Plaque time!! If you are wanting your senior plaque please stop by
the HS office and p/u your form that needs to be filled out and returned by May 1st.
The deadline is different than the original email that was sent out. If you need a copy of
your transcript to check any awards, stop and see Kayti. Also, fill out the google doc that
was sent to you last week. Thank you!
SUMMER STRENGTH & CONDITIONING: Is for 7-12th grade students. 3
different sessions are available starting June 12th. $70 per person, w/ a $100 family
max. Forms are in the HS Office to be p/u
GOOD NEIGHBORS DAY CANDIDATES: Please connect w/ Kaitlyn Marschel if
you have any questions about running for Miss Howard Lake this summer.You will
represent Howard Lake at various events and you volunteer your time that goes far
beyond just wearing a crown. You make memories and create experiences that will last
Waverly Daze: is right around the corner and we are seeking candidates for the
Waverly Daze. Ambassador Program! The Waverly Daze Ambassador Program provides
the opportunity for young women in the community to learn, grow, and become leaders
in their home town. You represent Waverly at various events and you volunteer your
time that goes far beyond just wearing a crown. You make memories and create
experiences that will last a lifetime. Interested Candidates must have a Waverly address
and be 17 by July 17, 2017 – this date is an Aquatennial qualifier.* If interested, please
plan on attending an information meeting to be held at the Waverly City Offices on
Sunday, April 9th at 5:00 pm. If you are unable to attend the meeting or if you have any
questions, please contact Lynn Borrell at 612-987-9194.
STUDENTS: Students are not allowed to park in staff parking, and are not allowed to
park in the Activity Center /Community Ed parking lot during and after school hours.
Also NO PARKING in the lot by the fields/track. Thank you!
HEALTH OFFICE: Nearly 1 in 5 teens experience excessive, uncontrollable sweating.
Of those, 75% say it impairs daily life. If you feel you are having this problem, please
stop in and see Nurse Jolie for more information or check out
HEALTH OFFICE: Everyone deserves a safe and healthy relationship. Remember,
love has many definitions, but abuse isn’t one of them. If someone you know has a
question about a relationship, healthy or unhealthy, visit www.loveisrespect.org or text,
“loveis” to 22522. Locally, you can call McLeod Alliance for Victims of Domestic
Violence in Hutchinson at 320-234-7933. If you have questions, visit Nurse Jolie in the
BLEACHER SEATS: The HLWW High School Volleyball team is selling bleacher
seats. These seats are great for basketball, football, volleyball, baseball, & softball games,
wrestling matches, gymnastics & track meets. Please contact Brooke Decker
firstname.lastname@example.org or Kelsi Hogg email@example.com if interested.
WAVERLY, MN – Joseph Thomas Doering, 32, of Waverly was arrested April 14 after violating probation on felony charges of possessing stolen property, giving a peace officer false identity information (misdemeanor), and for third degree sale of a controlled substance.
According to the criminal complaint provided by the Wright County Sheriff’s Office, two deputies were patrolling Woodland Township Feb. 14, 2016 around 2:54 a.m. when they saw a Polaris Ranger ATV on 100th Street SW, just east of Forman Avenue.
As the deputies approached the ATV, they spotted a man next to it. When asked for identification, the man replied he didn’t have any, and claimed he was Frank Irving Doering, born May 27, 1989.
Upon running a license check, the deputy observed that the photo did not match the man he was speaking with.
The individual then admitted his name was Joseph Thomas Doering, born Aug. 10, 1984.
Wright County dispatch confirmed there was a warrant out for Doering from McLeod County.
Doering was then asked about the ATV not carrying registration, to which Doering stated he had purchased it online.
Further investigation revealed the ATV had been reported stolen in Wright County in Aug. 2015. Doering admitted he suspected the ATV might have been stolen when he purchased it for $3,000.
The ATV is valued at more than $1,000.
Doering was also charged with felony possession of stolen property after a 2002 Arctic Cat model 02-Z570 snowmobile was found during a warrant search in Doering’s garage in March 2016.
The snowmobile had been reported stolen at All Power Sports in Victoria in December 2015.
Doering refused to provide a statement.
Maximum sentences for the above offenses include:
• possession of the ATV – five years in prison, a fine of $10,000 or both;
• giving peace officer false information – one year in prison, a fine of $3,000 or both; and
• possession of the stolen snowmobile – five years in prison, a fine of $10,000 or both.
SPONSORED POST – Beginning Saturday, April 29, urgent care services at Hutchinson Health will be available 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. seven days per week.
Urgent care is ideal for dealing with minor injuries and illnesses quickly, without having to wait for a regular clinic appointment. Walk-in, extended-hour access is often convenient for patients with sprains, sore throats, earaches, minor injuries/cuts, fevers and other urgent – but non-emergency – conditions.
If a problem appears to be life-threatening (such as severe or sudden chest pain), it is best to go to an emergency room or call 911.
Hutchinson Health is located at 3 Century Avenue in Hutchinson, MN. The clinic can be reached at (320) 234-3290.
HOWARD LAKE, WAVERLY, WINSTED, MN – At the Monday, April 24 Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted School Board meeting, one item on the agenda is a report from the student council.
The meeting will start at 6 p.m. in the high school media center. Look for coverage in the Monday, May 1 edition of the Herald Journal.