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HLWW board to talk about cursive writing

HOWARD LAKE, WAVERLY, WINSTED, MN – Cursive writing is one discussion topic for the Monday, Feb. 26 Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted School Board work session.

A few other items on the agenda include discussion about the old middle school site, a review of reduction ideas, and a discussion about a recent enrollment study.

The meeting will start at 6 p.m. in the high school media center. Look for coverage in the Friday, March 2 edition of the Herald Journal. Click here for subscription information.

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Delaney Sebora earns fifth place in state spelling bee

LESTER PRAIRIE, MN – Congratulations to Delaney Sebora of Lester Prairie High School who placed 5th today, Feb. 20, in the state spelling bee, with an overall finish of first from this region.

Delaney Sebora

Delaney Sebora

Winsted to discuss veterans memorial proposal

WINSTED, MN – At the Tuesday, Feb. 20 work session, the Winsted City Council plans to discuss a proposal for a veterans memorial for Hainlin Park.

The meeting will start at 4:30 p.m. in the Lewis Room of city hall. The regular meeting will follow, starting at 6 p.m. in the council chambers.

Look for coverage of both meetings in the Friday, Feb. 23 edition of the Herald Journal.

Carver County sheriff announces meeting regarding release of predatory offender

CARVER COUNTY, MN – Carver County Sheriff Jim Olson invites concerned citizens to attend a Level III Predatory Offender Notification Meeting Thursday, Feb. 22 from 7 to 8 p.m. at The Pavilion, 21 Main Street East, Norwood Young America. This meeting is being held pursuant to Minnesota Statute §244.052 and will provide information about Jeremy Shane Zimmerman, a Level III registrant subject to public notification.
Zimmerman will be moving to Norwood Young America on or about Feb. 20, 2018. Zimmerman has served the sentence imposed on him by the court and is transitioning into the community.
Community Notification for Level III Offenders allows for park and recreation centers, schools, churches, and daycare facilities, as well as the entire community, to receive factual information about the offender. The intention is to promote public safety through sharing relevant information to community members and to increase public safety awareness. This information will aid citizens in educating their family members regarding their own personal safety. Sheriff’s deputies will provide information about this specific offender, but also include additional crime prevention information at the meeting.
Representatives from the Carver County Sheriff’s Office and MN Department of Corrections will be available to share information and respond to questions related to public safety.

BOYS BASKETBALL: Tigers slow it down in win over New Prague

Matt Kane
Sports Editor
DELANO — The style of play in its 40-27 win over New Prague Monday night contrasted every game Delano had played previously this season.

“The pace of the game was a little different than what we normal play,” said Delano coach Terry Techam. “New Prague played some zone and then we drew them out of the zone, which took some time off the clock.”

The change of pace proved affective against the Trojans, a fiery team whose players were seen taunting Delano’s and whose fans quickly grew impatient with Delano’s slow-down plan.

The Tigers’ stalled in the second half to the point where it limited the Trojan positions and held them to just eight points in 18 minutes.

Delano led 22-19 at halftime after trailing 7-0 and 13-5 early. The Tigers won the second half 18-8.

Calvin Wishart led Delano with 27 points.

Derek Techam finished with seven points; Keegan O’Neill with five; and Trey Longstreet with one.

Nathan Brusseau led New Prague with 13 points.

The win Monday night gave Delano a seasons weep of the New Prague. The first meeting between the Tigers and Trojans ended with a 64-53 Delano win Jan. 19 in New Prague.