Great River Homes Inc. Administrator Michael Weinandt will be retiring at the end of this year after 42 years in that capacity here in Wabasha.
Michael Weinandt of Wabasha has announced his retirement after 42 years of employment as Administrator of Great River Homes, Inc. Great River Homes, Inc. is a private non-profit organization...
Great River Homes Inc. Administrator Michael Weinandt will be retiring at the end of this year after 42 years in that capacity here in Wabasha.
Elijah Hager as Shrek.
“Shrek The Musical” opens this week at Wabasha-Kellogg High School.   Due to popular demand, a fourth show was added on Thursday April 26th!  Currently, there is limited availability for the ...
Elijah Hager as Shrek.
In a shot very similar to that on the front page, FWS workers carry their gas cans and torches to set fire to the invasive reed canary grass on FWS Refuge property along Upper County 24 Thursday.
by Michael Smith It was easy to see the billows of black smoke rising high into the air over a wide area somewhere over Upper Sand Prairie. “What could be up with that?” an inquisitive individual...
In a shot very similar to that on the front page, FWS workers carry their gas cans and torches to set fire to the invasive reed canary grass on FWS Refuge property along Upper County 24 Thursday.
Linda is pictured here with State Senator Mike Goggin, who was elected last November and represents Wabasha at the State Legislature.
This past Tuesday at a ceremony in St. Paul, Linda Wallerich, National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT), Wabasha Ambulance Service, received the Minnesota Star of Life Award from...
Linda is pictured here with State Senator Mike Goggin, who was elected last November and represents Wabasha at the State Legislature.
This view looks west along 12th Street toward Highway 60 and shows the area of the street now closed due to a collapse of the culvert that carries the slough water beneath the street. The street is barricaded between Bailey Avenue (at center) and Highway 60. Workers hope to have the street re-opened later this week.
by Michael Smith Wabasha Public Works has closed the section of 12th Street East near State Highway 60 due to a collapsed culvert, according to Wabasha Public Works Director Tony Johnson. The...
This view looks west along 12th Street toward Highway 60 and shows the area of the street now closed due to a collapse of the culvert that carries the slough water beneath the street. The street is barricaded between Bailey Avenue (at center) and Highway 60. Workers hope to have the street re-opened later this week.
Great River Homes Inc. Administrator Michael Weinandt will be retiring at the end of this year after 42 years in that capacity here in Wabasha.
Elijah Hager as Shrek.
In a shot very similar to that on the front page, FWS workers carry their gas cans and torches to set fire to the invasive reed canary grass on FWS Refuge property along Upper County 24 Thursday.
Linda is pictured here with State Senator Mike Goggin, who was elected last November and represents Wabasha at the State Legislature.
This view looks west along 12th Street toward Highway 60 and shows the area of the street now closed due to a collapse of the culvert that carries the slough water beneath the street. The street is barricaded between Bailey Avenue (at center) and Highway 60. Workers hope to have the street re-opened later this week.

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by Ruby White A settlement has been reached with the Board of Water and Soil Resources on the administration of the County’s feedlot program dating back to 2011. In a unanimous vote at their regular...
Three-wheelers were especially popular on the Flood Run this year, it seemed…including this sporty red one found in Nelson Saturday.
Flood Run 2015 Photos
As noted in recent issues of the Herald, in conjunction with Earth Week, a scheduled Water Walk that began Monday in New Post, Wisconsin, will end with a large celebration at Malone and Beach Parks...
by Michael Smith There may be a major overhaul in the works for the W-K school buildings and parking lots if the School Board follows through on its assessments of the district’s facility needs....
Planning for Lake Zumbro dredging taking shape by Ruby White In an effort to curtail underage drinking parties, the Wabasha County Board took the first step toward implementing a Social Host...
Six students from the Wabasha-Kellogg Speech Team competed at the Section 1A meet at Byron last Saturday. Two—Rose Kruse and Paul Cushman—have qualified for state. Klowee Malakowsky, Spencer LaVelle...
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by Michael Smith Wabasha-Kellogg Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Ed McBride is Co-Chair of the Destination Medical Center-driven “Journey to Growth” Committee, McBride confirmed recently...
by Ruby White As the City Council moves toward the final approval of the Mining Ordinance, they heard an update from the Planning & Zoning Commission at their regular meeting last Tuesday on how...
Olivia Schmoker raps a first-inning double for W-K Thursday afternoon against Southland.—Photo by Kelly Powers
The season got underway for the Falcons with a pair of home conference divisional games played on each end of the Easter weekend. The Falcons opened the season with an explosive 13-3 win over...
The W-K Baseball team has opened the 2015 season on a successful note with two wins before the Easter weekend. The Falcons kicked off the 2015 campaign with an 8-3 win over Plainview at Eckstein...

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