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WINSTED, MN – Last week, a flock of 22 geese and goslings took a morning walk across 6th Street (McLeod County Road 1) in Winsted directly in front of the Millerbernd Manufacturing Company, with another flock of a similar size behind it. Seeing large numbers of geese cross Co. Rd. 1 has become a common occurance as they travel back and forth throughout the day, causing traffic to stop. Motorists should be prepared to see these families as each party heads to its destination.
DELANO, MN – A 16-year-old Winsted boy was seriously injured when struck by a vehicle near the Holiday gas station located on Highway 12 in Delano around 1 p.m. Thursday.
According to the Minnesota State Patrol, a 2003 Suzuki Aerio driven by Tayler Zepeda, 23, of Woodbury, was turning east onto Highway 12 from the Holiday gas station “when for unknown reasons, the vehicle struck a pedestrian, causing serious injuries.”
That pedestrian was Leighton Robinson, of Winsted. He was transported to Hennepin County Medical Center.
Neither Zepeda nor any of her passengers were injured.
Alcohol was not a factor in the incident, according to the state patrol, and no charges have been announced.
Traffic was restricted on Highway 12 from Woodland Road to the bridge while emergency personnel responded and the state patrol investigated the incident.
HOWARD LAKE, MN – The agenda for Howard Lake’s Tuesday night city council meeting was fairly light, but among the items approved was the hiring of the 2016 election judges.
The following will serve as judges during the Tuesday, Nov. 8 election: Meghan Rathkamp, Nola Dickhausen, Barb Gueningsman, Kathy Hincher, Jean Schmidt, Wanda Werner, Tracy Drake, and Mary Doongoski.
For more information, see the June 27 edition of the Herald Journal. Click here to subscribe to the print version.
LESTER PRAIRIE, MN – The Lester Prairie School Board approved revisions to a new three-year contract for Principal Nathaniel Boyer during the meeting on Monday, June 20.
The revisions come after the school board got word that Boyer had been contacted by other school districts about employment opportunities.
Look for more coverage of Monday’s meeting in the June 27 edition of the Herald Journal. Click here to subscribe online or in print.
WINSTED, MN – Through CenterPoint Energy’s Community Partnership Grant Program, the City of Winsted was awarded a $900 grant June 21 for a multi-gas breathing apparatus.
Pictured are Mayor Steve Stotko and Josh Hawkinson of CenterPoint Energy. Police Chief Justin Heldt applied for the grant.
Over the past 14 years, CenterPoint Energy has contributed more than $1 million dollars in donations to communities for safety initiatives.