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Monthly Archives: August, 2022

School board votes to end solar project

During Monday’s Windom School Board meeting, the board voted to end the solar project with Ideal Energy. The school entertained putting solar panels on the...

Windomnet sees disruption of cable channels

Several channels on the Windomnet cable television lineup are experiencing a disruption due to damage to a satellite. A press release from Windomnet states: "We...

Rochester man arrested in local pickup theft case

A 20-year-old Rochester man was arrested on Thursday in connection with a pickup theft in Windom. The truck was reported stolen from Windom Towing on...

94-year-old Mt. Lake woman unveils her first book

Being a senior citizen did not stop Julia Penner, a Mt. Lake resident, from writing and having her first book published at the age...

Wolverine team to raise money for cancer

The Mt. Lake Area cross country program will be holding a special event on Aug. 27 to coincide with the team’s annual 12-hour run...

Friesen’s ‘Oakley’ gets top honors at dog show

Once again, the Southwest Dog Show was a big hit at this year’s Cottonwood County Fair. At least 40 dogs were entered in the 2022...

School board work session is Monday

The Windom Area School Board will hold its monthly work session Monday, beginning at 6:30 p.m., at the Windom City Hall council chambers. On the...

A pair of very different scams reported

Scams come in all different shapes and sizes. And, it is not unusual for a community to be hit by multiple types of scams...

Demo of ML auditorium floor begins

The long project to replace the floor at the Mt. Lake Public School auditorium began this week. At Monday’s school board meeting, Activities Director Shawn...

Fair board gets high marks for 2022 County Fair

“Variety.” It’s a word that came up countless times during conversations at last week’s Cottonwood County Fair and again Tuesday, as Holly Anderson of...
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