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Silver Lake woman injured in crash

SILVER LAKE, MN — A Silver Lake woman was injured in a one-vehicle crash the morning of Jan. 22.

According to the Minnesota State Patrol, 68-year-old Roxanne Lewandowski was taken to Glencoe Hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries.

She was a passenger in a pickup driven by 62-year-old David Lewandowski of Silver Lake. He was not injured.

David Lewandowski was driving westbound on Highway 7 at Grove Avenue in Silver Lake when he lost control of the vehicle, went into the ditch, and rolled, according to authorities.

The crash happened just after 9 a.m.

Holy Trinity School announcements, Jan. 24

High School Daily Bulletin – Monday, January 24, 2022

Day 82

Lunch for Today: Chicken Tenders, French Fries, California Blend, Pears

Alternate: Turkey/Cheese Bento Box

Clean-up Crew: Cierra Thiemann and Charlie Soley

3:15Senior High Knowledge Bowl in Mrs. Mendiola’s room

5:30/7:00pm- GBB – A – Delano

Students are reminded that jackets are not to be worn during the school day – they should remain in your locker.

Students in grades 7-12 interested in playing a spring sport should sign up by the concession stand by the end of the day today.

There are sign-up sheets on the bulletin board for helping out at the Family Fun Fest and for the talent show during Catholic Schools/Snofest Week.

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Buffalo man with COVID-19 dies after legal battle over ventilator

BUFFALO, MN – A Buffalo man who had been battling COVID-19 on a ventilator has died days after he was moved to a Texas hospital amid a legal battle between his family and a Minnesota health care system, according to a statement from Allina Health’s Mercy Hospital.

Last week, an Anoka County judge ordered Allina Health’s Mercy Hospital in Coon Rapids to keep Scott Quiner on a ventilator. Quiner had gone to the hospital after he contracted COVID-19 for the second time in October, according to WCCO.

His wife of 35 years, Anne, said she went to court after the hospital said that nothing more could be done for him, and it was time to take him off the ventilator.

She asked for other treatments, and vehemently disagreed with the hospital’s decision, which she said could “end [her] husband’s life.”

Quiner was transported to a “health care facility of the family’s choice” on Jan. 15, according to Allina Health.

Quiner’s family attorney said that when he was admitted to the Texas hospital, he was determined to be “severely malnourished.” Since then Quiner had been receiving nutrition, hydration, along with “other medications that his wife had requested and Mercy Hospital refused to administer.”

Allina said in a statement that the system has “great confidence in the exceptional care provided to our patients, which is administered according to evidence-based practices by our talented and compassionate medical teams. Due to patient privacy, we cannot comment on care provided to specific patients.”

The family attorney on Saturday said the family is “deeply appreciative” of community support. “We request some time to grieve but hoping to use our knowledge and experience to help others going through similar experiences,” she added.

Holy Trinity High School Daily Bulletin – Friday, January 21

High School Daily Bulletin – Friday, January 21, 2022
Day 81

Lunch for Today: Cheesy Pull-A-Parts, Dipping Sauce, Romaine Salad, Steamed

Broccoli, Applesauce
Alternate: Yogurt Bento Box

3:00- Basketball practices
There will be intramural volleyball tomorrow night starting at 6:30.

The boys and girls basketball teams will be playing tomorrow at Howard Lake vs..Dassel-
Cokato.Games start at 2:30.

Students in grades 7-12 who are interested in playing spring sports should sign up by the
concession stand.

The Family Fun Fest is looking for student volunteers to help out on Jan. 29 th . If you can help
please sign up on the bulletin board in the hall.

Local public works crews attempt to minimize salt usage while ensuring road safety

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Holy Trinity High School Daily Bulletin – Thursday, January 20

High School Daily Bulletin – Thursday, January 20, 2022
Day 81

Lunch for Today: Meatballs/Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Dinner Roll, Corn, Pears

Alternate: Deli Sandwich

4:15 – 7/8 BBB – A – Glencoe-Silver Lake

Both the boys and girls basketball teams will be playing Annandale today at Howard Lake.
First game is at 4:15

Student volunteers are needed for the Family Fun Fest. Please sign up on the bulletin board if
you can help.

There are sign-up sheets by the concession stand for students in grades 7-12 who are interested
in playing a spring sport. Sign-up for softball, baseball, track, and golf. Rose needs to know
numbers for a variety of reasons. Sign up today.