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Cromwell clinic awarded for delivering quality care

Minnewawa Sportsmen's Club announces annual giving awards

Public Utilities Commission (PUC) meets on Sandpiper Pipeline proposal

Walter Ray Williams Jr. to bowl in McGregor

Conservative deer season set; hunting licenses go on sale Aug. 1

54th annual Hey Day coming to Tamarack

Robert H. Harder Memorial Field

Elizabeth Drang turns 102

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Kletscher to serve as President of FBCP

FLOODWOOD, Minn.— The Floodwood Business & Community Partnership (FBCP) held their annual election in August and made some minor changes to their slate of officers.

President Jess Rich resigned her post after three years in the position. The membership voted in Jeff Kletscher as the new president. This is not a new position to Kletscher as he has served as president in the past.

Rich accepted the nomination and was voted in to continue serving the FBCP on the Board of Directors.

Nancy Clark agreed to continue serving as vice president along with Deb Arro as secretary. The only position that was not filled was that of the treasurer.

The FBCP formed in 1980 to bring business and community leaders together to support and network with one another. The “Partnership” as it is now called, meets once a month over the noon hour to discuss business and community events.

The “Partnership” coordinates/sponsors ...

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Recent Headlines

Minnewawa Sportsmen's Club announces annual giving awards

Public Utilities Commission (PUC) meets on Sandpiper Pipeline proposal

Walter Ray Williams Jr. to bowl in McGregor

Conservative deer season set; hunting licenses go on sale Aug. 1

54th annual Hey Day coming to Tamarack

Robert H. Harder Memorial Field

Elizabeth Drang turns 102

Big Sandy Water Institute

A passion for the "resources"

Cromwell clinic awarded for delivering quality care

CROMWELL, Minn.—The Minnesota Health Action Group has awarded Cromwell Medical Clinic two achievement awards through its “Minnesota Bridges to Excellence” program. Recognizing outstanding performance in chronic disease management in 2013, this program lauds significant increases in performance over the previous year.

Cromwell Medical Clinic received one award for improving outcomes for their diabetic patients and another for improving results for their patients with vascular disease.

Cromwell Medical Clinic is a member of Integrity Health Network (IHN).

“Several of our clinics, both large and small, have received Bridges to Excellence awards throughout the years,” says Bruce Penner, IHN Director of Quality. “This year’s results indicate how a smaller clinic, with its limited staff and resources, can benefit greatly from tapping into our network’s continually evolving quality improvement programs.” ...

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news photo
Recent Headlines

Public Utilities Commission (PUC) meets on Sandpiper Pipeline proposal

Walter Ray Williams Jr. to bowl in McGregor

Conservative deer season set; hunting licenses go on sale Aug. 1

54th annual Hey Day coming to Tamarack

Robert H. Harder Memorial Field

Elizabeth Drang turns 102

Big Sandy Water Institute

A passion for the "resources"

Four generations on Sheshebe Point

Minnewawa Sportsmen’s Club announces annual giving awards

McGREGOR, Minn.— At the Minnewawa Sportsmen’s Club board meeting in July, Kathy Vorlicky, Gambling Manager, presented the 2014 fiscal yearend financial information for charitable gambling donations. She reported that the hard work from the three sites (Bann’s Bar and Restaurant, Big Sand Bar and Red Rock Bar and Grill) contributed to the record year of giving to the McGregor area.

The Minnewawa Sportsmen’s Club donated almost $80,000 in the 2013-2014 fiscal year – a 100 percent increase over the previous year. The Club donated $47,000 to school and community youth programs and $33,000 to individuals and organizations in-need in the community. The Club was also privileged to recognize some of the McGregor High School Class of 2014 graduates with scholarships (totaling $5,000).

Through the efforts of the gambling sites, Kathy and Assistant Gambling Manager, Bonnie Montour, the Minnewawa Sportsmen’s Club achieved the highest rating from the State of ...

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