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Ice not safe

Ice is forming on some lakes, rivers and ponds around Minnesota, but DNR conservation officers warn it is too early to venture out.  
“The thin layers of ice forming on some Minnesota waters right now are not safe,” said Maj. Greg Salo, operations manager, DNR Enforcement Division.
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Locals partner  with  DAC to recycle holiday lights program

The holiday season is officially upon us.  
For many of us that means donning the house, porch, shrubs and trees with holiday lights.  
When your old lights do not turn on, there is a solution.  read entire story. . . .

Hospice to 'Light to Remember' again

Once again, Prairie Home Hospice and Community Care invites members of the community to honor someone special during the holidays through “A Light to Remember”.
A Light to Remember will be held at 5:15 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 7, at Memorial park in Minneota.  read entire story. . . .

WHAT'S HAPPENING

November

Friday, November 28
Shop Wisely getting those Black Friday Deals
No School at Minneota Schools
YOH taking Lefse, Belgian Cookie & Decorated Christmas Cookies orders now thru December 7th, Call Terri Myhre at 872-5224. Orders Available December 14th

Sunday, November 30
1-4 p.m. — The 23rd Annual Holiday Home Tour in Marshall, sponsored by the Lyon County Historical Society,  The homes on this year’s tour include: Brad and Gina Meulebroeck, Matt and Jamie Wendorff, Ryan and Ann Schlenner, and Randy and Sima Wewetzer.  Tickets are available at the Lyon County Museum and the Marshall Hy-Vee.  For more information, please call 507-537-6580 or lyoncomuseum@iw.net.  read entire story. . . .

POLICE BLOTTER

Monday, November 10
•The Minneota Police Department declared a Snow Emergency at 4 p.m.

Tuesday, November 11
•The Minneota Police Department issued 37 parking warnings to vehicles in violation of the Snow Emergency Ordinance.
•The Minneota Police Department assisted a person who is required to have his breath tested daily per conditions of release.  read entire story. . . .