Colleen Compton, Executive Director of the Dassel-Cokato Arts Association, regrets to inform the public that the concert featuring the United States Air Force Mid-America Concert Band planned for the evening of Saturday, April 14 at the PAC, has been cancelled due to the weather forecast.
Unfortunately, the event cannot be rescheduled.
The Minnesota Percussion Association held a drumline competition at Dassel Cokato High School last Saturday. The DC drumline’s performance, Activate, took first place in the Percussion Scholastic A category.
All competitors are featured in the gallery. See DC’s drumline in action on pages 3 and 4, and at the bottom of page 5.
Check out all of the photos here:
Watch the Enterprise Dispatch for an article about, and photos from, the competition.
WRIGHT COUNTY, MN – There will be a new sheriff in town, actually throughout Wright County, come Jan. 8, 2019, as Wright County Sheriff Joe Hagerty has announced he will not seek re-election, opting to retire after 33 years of service, including eight years as sheriff.
- Sheriff Joe Hagerty
“I am going to pull the pin,” Hagerty said.
It is not a decision he has taken lightly.
“I’ve been struggling with this for quite a while, since September or October,” he said. ” . . . I know it’s a four-year commitment. I know I’ve got plenty of gas in the tank to go three or four years. I just wanted to make sure I left when I still really loved what I do.”
See more in the Feb. 9 edition of the Enterprise Dispatch.
Meeker County knows that internet access is a must in today’s technology driven world for quality of life, work, business, and education.
Meeker County has hired Design Nine as the broadband/internet access consultant to help study broadband/internet availability and service in Meeker County.
Meeker County residents are asked to help by filling out a survey about current internet service and/or the lack of service.
Survey information gathered from residents in Meeker County will help create options for future planning of internet/broadband services for residents of Meeker County.
Participation in this survey is highly needed and greatly appreciated.
For further information, see Meekerdc.com under the Broadband button. Questions may be emailed to email@example.com.
Use the provided web site links to fill out the surveys online, and click the submit button at the end of the survey: Residential Survey: http://projects.designnine.com/survey/meeker-residential-broadband-survey; Business Survey: http://projects.designnine.com/survey/meeker-business-broadband-survey.
If unable to access online, call (320) 693-5272 and paper copy will be mailed.
The Dassel-Cokato School Board filled the vacancy left by the Sept. 22 resignation of board member Shane Colberg at its regular meeting Monday night. The board appointed Andrew Engh to fill the vacancy. Engh ran for a school board position in last year’s election, and lost by 134 votes. Engh is the owner of A R Engh Heating and Air Conditioning, of Cokato.
See the Friday, Sept. 29 issue of the Enterprise Dispatch for further details.
WAVERLY – A crash on Hwy 12 and Elder Ave. SW in Waverly, sent two pedestrians to the hospital Thursday evening, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.
The Minnesota State Patrol reported a passenger car that was not involved in the crash, was west bound and stopped to allow pedestrians to cross in a marked crosswalk, when a 2011 Chevrolet Silverado, driven by Patricia Kathleen Dahlheimer, 56, of Dassel, passed the passenger car in the right turn lane, striking two pedestrians who were crossing Highway 12.
Jane Christine Krueger, 40, of Waverly, was transported to the Buffalo Hospital with life-threatening injuries. Roy Michael Krueger, 57, also of Waverly, was transported to the Buffalo Hospital with non-life threatening injuries, according the Minnesota State Patrol.
The Wright County Sheriff’s Department assisted on scene.