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Monthly Archives: May, 2022

Eagles run at New Ulm

New Ulm Invite Windom’s boys and girls each finished in sixth place at Tuesday’s New Ulm Invitational. The Eagle boys scored 75 team points. Marshall won...

Porath goes from experienced EMT to ambulance director

Responding to emergency calls as an EMT, fighting fires and managing the administrative duties of a full-time job could appear daunting to some. For one...

Oakland brothers win FFA State Convention talent competition

For the first time in a number of years, Cottonwood County FFA programs won’t be sending one of its Career Development Event teams to...

Riverfest parade sign-up underway

Another sure sign summer is around the corner was spotted at the Windom Area Chamber of Commerce, recently — the Riverfest parade sign-up. The parade...

Routine traffic stop leads to possible drug charges

As a result of a Saturday morning routine traffic stop on Highway 60, a motorist could face drug-related charges. The incident occurred just northeast of...

Pineapple Posse heads to Dallas for World Championships

This is a big week for the Windom Eagles Robotics’ Pineapple Posse (7192C). The trio of senior Dylan Serreyn and juniors Carter Allen and...

Eagles fall to Cardinals

Windom 201 201 3 = 9-6-3 RV 251 040 x = 12-3-3 Walks took a toll on the Windom pitching staff on a drizzly afternoon Friday...

Wolverines, Falcons golf to a split

Wolverines, Falcons split The Mt. Lake Area-Comfrey and Red Rock Central golf teams split a dual meet in damp, windy conditions at Farmers Golf and...

Jaguars rally past Wolverines

MLAC 311 104 1 = 11-18-1 T/ML/GHEC 300 146 x = 14-14-2 The Mt. Lake Area-Comfrey softball team saw a lead slip away in the rain...

Nasby lists housing, taxes, city projects among top issues

It took Windom City Administrator Steve Nasby just a few seconds to guess the first question about the state of the city and even...
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