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Jim Hoyt and one of the best kept secrets in the Area

Posted March 18, 2020 at 5:59 pm


Jim Hoyt, manager of the Walnut Grove Bar & Grill, is a hometown boy who graduated from Walnut Grove High School in 1977. He met his long-time friend Leo Theisen when Theisen moved to Walnut Grove to teach and chose to attend St. Olaf Lutheran Church. Tennis was Hoyt’s sport of choice during high school, but today he tries to attend WWG sporting events.

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    Statement from Senator Weber regarding coronavirus precautions

    On Monday, March 16, Senator Bill Weber (R-Luverne), chair of the Senate Agriculture, Rural Development, and Housing Policy Committee, issued the following statement regarding the changes to Senate operations due to the coronavirus:

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    Walnut Grove Area Foundation awards scholarships and grant funding

    The Walnut Grove Area Foundation received 6 grant applications this year for their annual grant selection process. Grant requests received for this grant cycle total over $16,695. In addition, WGAF awarded two $2,000 scholarships to WWG students.

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    Savings ahead for Inwood city council

    Posted March 17, 2020 at 6:48 pm

    The Inwood city council meet in regular season Monday, March 9 at the Inwood community building. Chip Schultz with Northland Securities went over the bond sale summary regarding refinancing the city’s 2013 general obligation bonds. Schultz explained to the

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    A chameleon comes to story time

    Posted March 17, 2020 at 6:47 pm

    Last week for story time at the Larchwood Library, Emily from Lyon County Conservation brought a guest. It was a chameleon. She didn’t change colors too much, but she was cool to look at. Her

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    Census: Make it count

    Posted March 17, 2020 at 6:45 pm


    Residents in Lyon County have started seeing the 2020 census invitation in their mailboxes over the last few days.

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