Archive for Winsted

Winsted to accept website proposal Tuesday

WINSTED, MN – At the Tuesday, Sept. 19 Winsted City Council meeting, one item on the agenda is to consider accepting a proposal from GovOffice Web Solutions for redevelopment of the city’s website, at a cost not to exceed $6,384.

The meeting will start at 6 p.m. in the council chambers. A work session will take place in the Lewis Room prior, starting at 5 p.m.

Look for coverage of both meetings in the Friday, Sept. 22 edition of the Herald Journal.

Levy triggers discord at HLWW meeting

HOWARD LAKE, WAVERLY, WINSTED, MN – Although the Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted School Board hasn’t approved the district’s proposed property tax levy yet, the subject created lively discussion at Monday’s meeting.

Look for the story in today’s edition (Friday, Sept. 15) of the Herald Journal. Click here for subscription information.

At Monday’s Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted School Board meeting, financial consultant Donna Wilson gave a report on potential property levy numbers payable in 2018. She is pictured with Board Member Paul Bravinder.

At Monday’s Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted School Board meeting, financial consultant Donna Wilson gave a report on potential property levy numbers payable in 2018. She is pictured with Board Member Paul Bravinder.

HT Sept. 15 announcements

WINSTED, MN – Lunch for Today: Fish Sticks, Dinner Roll, Carrots, Fruit, Milk

3:30 – JHVB practice at HT
3:30 – VB & CC practice at LP
7:00 – FB – HLP – USC – Tackle Cancer Game

Those going to the food shelf on Tuesday should make sure to get their permission slips turned
into Ms. Jones.

Students in 7-12 who are interested in playing basketball this winter should sign up at the office
today. We really could use some girls to sign up so please talk to your friends and sign up.

Hutchinson Health announces plan to join HealthPartners

McLEOD, HENNEPIN COUNTIES, MN – The Hutchinson Health board of directors announced Wednesday its intent that Hutchinson Health join HealthPartners.

The affiliation will bring together two strong organizations and expand capabilities to better serve patients and the community. Hutchinson Health will retain its name and remain a distinct, locally-governed entity as part of HealthPartners.

“We believe that the best care is delivered close to home when possible, and we looked for a partnership that would strengthen our ability to serve our community and broaden access to convenient specialty services in our area,” said Steven Mulder, MD, president and CEO of Hutchinson Health. “We were impressed with the culture of HealthPartners, their level of achievement in providing quality, cost-effective care, and their commitment to the communities they serve.”

With a 66-bed, Level 3 Trauma Center, including 12 mental health beds, and primary and specialty clinics, Hutchinson Health has a five-decade tradition of providing excellent care in its community.

“Through our conversations, we’ve found that our organizations share like-minded missions and cultures, with similar goals for the importance of high-quality, affordable care that’s local,” said Andrea Walsh, president and CEO of HealthPartners. “We are excited by the opportunity to sustain and strengthen Hutchinson Health’s rich history as an outstanding community partner. We are committed to increasing access to top specialists, technology and services in Hutchinson and central Minnesota.”

The organizations expect to finalize their affiliation in 2018.

Dr. Steven Mulder, president and CEO of Hutchinson Health

Dr. Steven Mulder, president and CEO of Hutchinson Health

HT announcements Sept. 13

WINSTED, MN – Lunch for Today: Chicken Soup, Ham Sandwiches, Corn, Fruit, Milk

3:30 – FB, VB, & CC practice at LP
No Jr. High VB practice

Any student in grades 7-12 interested in playing basketball this winter should sign up by the
concession stand counter. Please sign up by Friday.

Ms. Jones is still looking for 2 students to go to the food shelf next Tuesday. If you are
interested in going pick up a permission slip from her. You will earn service hours for
volunteering.

Some of you still have forms out including the internet form. Please get all forms turned in by
Friday.

Tackle Cancer T-shirts and bracelets are on sale at the office. T-shirts are $10.00 and bracelets
are $1.00.

 

Messages: Katlyn Pokornowski

Punt, Pass, and Kick Challenge in Winsted Sept. 16

WINSTED, MN –