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Tuesday, May 10, 2022

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The Redwood County Sheriff’s Office reported on May 8th at approximately 3:30am a single vehicle rollover accident on County State Aid Highway 12 and County State Aid Highway 10. The vehicle, driven by a juvenile male party, was traveling East on CSAH 12 when the driver lost control and entered the North ditch, striking a field approach, and rolling several times. The driver and passenger were treated on scene by first responders on scene before being transported by ambulance to the Marshall Area ER for their injuries. First responders on scene included Wabasso Ambulance, Centra Care Ambulance, Lucan Fire Department, and Lucan First Responders.

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Windom Police Department reported on May 9th at approximately 1:30am an officer was patrolling the City of Windom traveling east on 16th Street towards Highway 60 when the observed a vehicle traveling east on 16th Street from Highway 60. The Officer observed the vehicle crossing the train track on 16th Street then crossing over the center line. After a traffic stop and investigation, charges are pending on a 33-year-old Windom Male for 2nd Degree DWI, driving without a valid Drivers License and operating a vehicle with expired registration pending review by the County Attorney’s Office.

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The Minnesota National Farmers have announced the election of new officers. At their last meeting Minnesota Farmers Organization in New Munich elected James Minten of Perham as the new Secretary. Joe Neaton of Watertown was re-elected State President. Gregg Klinkner of Sleepy Eye was re-elected Vice President. Bruce Zeidler of Eagle Bend was re-elected State Treasurer. John Zschetzsche of Mountain Lake was re-appointed public Relations Director and Editor of the Upper Midwest Newsletter. This year’s state convention is set for December 3rd at Max’s Grill in Olivia.

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The Windom Planning Commission Meeting will meet Tonight at 7pm in the Windom City Hall City Council Chamber. If you would like to call in and listen or join via zoom information can be found on the City of Windom Website.

To Attend the Meeting: City Hall, 444 9th Street Dial by your location Windom, MN 56101 +1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago) (507) 831-6125 Meeting ID: 891 6260 4306 Join Zoom Meeting https://us06web.zoom.us/j/89162604306  Meeting ID: 891 6260 4306

Work to restore the New Ulm spring wayside on Highway 14 is expected to begin on Monday, May 23, according to the officials at the Minnesota Department of Transportation.

The New Ulm Spring Roadside Parking Area is located about one mile east of the Highway 14/15 interchange.

The site will be closed during construction, as Highway 14 is already closed to motorists for construction on the Hwy 14 New Ulm to Nicollet four-lane expansion project.

While the 1938-39 wayside is not currently eligible for listing on the National Register of Historic Places, the goal of the project is to bring it to potentially eligible status. It was originally designed by Arthur R. Nichols and constructed by the National Youth Administration, a federal New Deal work relief program during the depression.

The project includes repairing the stone wall, walk, parking area with a new curbed island and right in/right out access. Two picnic areas up the slope will be restored with a natural surface trail connecting them and a new accessible picnic table will be added near the stone wall. Interpretation, and improving accessibility will be included.

Environmental Associates, Inc. was awarded the project with a bid of $888,707.20.

More information on historic wayside rests can be found at http://www.dot.state.mn.us/roadsides/historic/index.html.

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Springfield Chamber of Commerce will be hosting Business to Business Lunch and Learn on Wednesday May 18th at 11:30-12:45. MVTV wireless will be the Luncheon Sponsor and will speak on getting to know what Cybercrime is all about and how it effects you personally and professionally and just what Cybercrime is. The Business to Business Lunch and Learn will be catered by Springfield Market. Please RSVP Denise Gicker by May 11th if you are interested in attending by e-mail or calling 507-723-3508 with names of those attending the luncheon from your business.

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The Murray County Board of Commissioners will hold a special meeting on Wednesday May 11th at 9am for the purpose of Finalist Interviews for the County Administrator Position. According to Samantha McClellan General Assistant for the Murray County Administrator’s Office, the public is invited to attend. You may attend the meeting in person, listen by calling 312-626-6799 (Passcode: 402764), or view the meeting live via zoom. The zoom link is below, or can be found on the Murray County home page, https://murraycountymn.com/.

Join Zoom Meeting

https://zoom.us/j/91569319831?pwd=UXFDQ3VuRUlSSGhTczFrTGt0QzJGZz09

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Des Moines Valley Health and Human Services Board will meet Thursday, May 12th at 9:00am in the  Jackson County Government East Cafeteria 402 White Street, Door #7, Jackson, MN 56143

The board meeting will be available through “GoToWebinar” program. Please register for Regular DVHHS Board Meeting – Thursday, May 12, 2022 at 9:00 AM CDT at: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6100605505197842447  After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar via computer and/or phone.

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