A wind-whipped flag adds a splash of color to this storm scene from Cokato. Read the story on last weekend's blizzard below and in the April 20 edition of the Enterprise Dispatch.
Christina Clark of Dassel (second from right in the front) received a Citizen Lifesaving Award at the Watertown City Council meeting April 10 for helping to save Phil Hanson of Waconia (center). Read the story below and in the April 20 edition of the Enterprise Dispatch.
Glen Schumann, who recently purchased a lot in the Summit Hills development, was one of many citizens to voice questions and concerns at Monday's Dassel City Council meeting regarding potential assessments to their properties for the upcoming Summit Hills and 5th Street improvement project. Read the story in the April 20 edition of the Enterprise Dispatch.
Here's a look at two of the top stories in the April 20 paper:
Team effort saved man’s life DASSEL, MN When Christina Clark went to her son’s basketball game at Watertown-Mayer Middle School Jan. 9, she never expected to help save a man’s life that day.
Region digs out after record spring snowstorm
WRIGHT COUNTY, MEEKER COUNTY, MCLEOD COOUNTY, CARVER COUNTY, HENNEPIN COUNTY, MN Weather forecasts leading up to the weekend of April 14-15 were dire, but because it was so late in the season, some people wondered if it was all hype. They got their answer when the storm blew in Friday and continued to dump record-breaking amounts of snow on the region throughout the weekend.