WINSTED – The City of Winsted will host an open house to discuss the upcoming McLeod County State Aid Highway (CSAH) 5 extension project with citizens. The open house will take place Tuesday, Nov. 27 from 5 to 7 p.m. at Winsted City Hall.
The extension will be constructed between CSAH 1 and CSAH 9 in Winsted.
Information regarding the CSAH 5 extension, including existing conditions, a safety analysis, recommended alignment for the extension, and recommended concept and cost estimates, will be available for review and discussion during the open house.
Individuals having questions or concerns, may contact Winsted City Hall at 320-485-2366.
WINSTED – Area veterans and their family members gathered together Sunday evening to share food, memories, and fellowship.
Local Scout troop 399 provided servers for the evening, which was catered by the Blue Note.
The speaker for the evening was Cassandra Carrigan, a Veterans Service Officer with McLeod County.
A special toast was held at the end of the evening, to mark the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I.
Photos from the evening may be viewed by clicking here:
Watch for more information in the March 16 edition of Herald Journal.
Homecoming festivities were in full-swing at Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted High School this afternoon. A coronation ceremony took place in the Laker Theater. Students selected for the court were (left) Queen Elise Luchsinger, King Brock Bangasser, Prince Nicholas McAlpine, and Princess Isabelle Roufs. Coming soon: a photo gallery featuring fun from the coronation and the pep fest . . .
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SILVER LAKE, MN – Todd Brown, 52, of Washington, formerly of Glencoe, passed away unexpectedly Saturday, July 28, 2018. There will be a celebration of Todd’s life Saturday, Sept. 29 from 1 to 5 p.m. at the county park at Swan Lake, in Silver Lake.
LESTER PRAIRIE – ReMax Commercial Broker Douglas Harris confirmed today that the former Prairie Market grocery store building at 26 Juniper Street has been sold. Closing on the property took place Aug. 31.
Former owners Mark and Linda Detlefsen purchased the grocery store in 2008 from Dan and Shari Wagner, who had purchased the business in 2006. The Detlefsens operated the grocery store until early this year, closing it permanently Jan. 26.
Harris indicated the new owners, an investment group, allegedly intend to open a bakery in the building.
Lester Prairie’s Economic/Community Developement Coordinator Adam Birkholz knows rumors have been circulating about the building‘s fate. As of today, Birkholz said, no one has approached him regarding potential city Economic Development Authority (EDA) opportunities at the former grocery store building. No one has inquired about planning and zoning issues related to the property, either.
Watch this blog and Herald Journal for updates.