WINSTED, MN – Lunch for Today: Sloppy Joe’s, Corn, Fruit, Milk
3:20 – JHBB practice at HT
GBB practice at LP
BBB practice at LP
4:15 – JHGB – A – Annandale – bus leaves at 3:05
We will have Mass tomorrow at 8:15 – this is a dress up day.
Tomorrow is the last day to bring in a toy for the toy drive.
Students interested in going to the youth group outing on Saturday need to sign up at the office. Even if you are selling hot chocolate for band and still plan on going to the youth group outing you need to sign up so they know how much pizza to order.
WINSTED, MN – A special joint meeting between the Winsted City Council and Winsted’s Economic Development Authority (EDA) is planned for 5 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 6 at Winsted City Hall.
During the meeting, both groups will “review and consider strategies for the development and construction of senior housing in Winsted.”
After the presentation and questions, the city council we will meet in session to either recommend or deny moving forward with a potential project.
Look for coverage of the meeting in the Friday, Dec. 14 edition of the Herald Journal.
McLEOD COUNTY – On Tuesday Dec. 4 at 1:07 p.m., the McLeod County Sheriff’s Office responded to a two- vehicle fatal accident in the area of Jefferson Rd S and Airport Rd, west of Hutchinson.
Also responding were Hutchinson Fire, Allina Ambulance, Minnesota State Patrol, and McLeod County Highway Dept.
Vehicle #1 was a 2014 Chevrolet Silverado, owned and driven by Rodney Manderscheid, age 52, of Hutchinson. The driver of Vehicle #1 was wearing his seatbelt, and was transported to the Hutchinson Hospital.
Vehicle #2 was a 1999 Volkswagon Jetta, owned and driven by Isaak Erickson, age 21, of Hutchinson. The driver of vehicle #2 was not wearing his seatbelt, and was pronounced dead at the scene. The passenger of Vehicle #2, Alexander Schmidt, age 22, of Hutchinson, was wearing his seatbelt. He was transported to the Hutchinson Hospital for serious injuries, and later airlifted to Hennepin County Medical Center.
This case remains under investigation, accoriding to the McLeod County Sheriff’s Office.
WINSTED – Lisa Veaderko stopped at the Herald Journal office this afternoon to show off the Winsted Medallion she found around 2 p.m. Veaderko lives in Cokato, and works at Littfin in Winsted. She’s got some experience in the medallion-finding area – she found the Winsted Medallion last year, too!
Veaderko said following the trail of today’s clue was a little scary, since she discovered the Winsted Medallion on a fence near the police station and Winsted City Hall, and she wasn’t sure she could legally be there. But, she bravely took a quick glance at the fence, and spotted the coveted circle.
Veaderko has won $100 in Winsted Chamber of Commerce Bucks for her big find. Congratulations, Lisa!
(Medallion hunters best be on their toes next year, so Veaderko doesn’t score a hat-trick!)
WINSTED, MN – Lunch for Today: Turkey Subs, Lettuce, Cheese, Pickles, Carrots, Fruit, Milk
The “Out of Order” sign on the water fountain by the art room means just that – It is out of order so please DO NOT USE IT. We know that you can still get water from it but it is coming off the wall and so you need to just stay away from it. Thank you!!!
The basketball teams will have pictures taken today so please be at the front doors by 3:00 to wait for the shuttle bus.
Anyone interested in the youth group outing this Saturday needs to sign up at the office by Friday.
This Friday is the last day to bring a toy for the Honor Society’s toy drive. We have quite a few items under the tree but there is still room for more!
Students should sign up for an activity for after the Christmas Banquet by Ms. Jone’s room. Once you sign up you cannot change your mind.
Student council members are reminded to get your $10 to Ms. Jones or Katlyn for your Advent Family project. All other students and staff are invited to donate to this cause if they would like. Please do so by December 17th
WINSTED, MN — Wednesday’s Winsted Winter Festival medallion hunt clue is:
“Some say defense wins the game- some say offense.
To tell you the truth, I’m on the fence”