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Whalan Trail town map “given” to city


Fri, Jun 13th, 2014
Posted in Whalan Business Announcements

Joan Johnson (Stand Still Parade Committee), Ted Kjos (Tri-County Electric) and Wes Harding (Trail towns Committee) show off Whalan’s new trail map, made possible by a donation from Tri-County. Photo submitted

On Friday, June 6, a special ceremony was held in Whalan to officially “give” the new Trail Town map to the City. “We want to thank Tri-County Electric for making this possible,” said Wes Harding, Whalan’s representative on the Trail Towns Committee. “Their generous donation of $2,600 provided new, metal, weather-resistant maps for all nine trail towns.”

The signs were produced in Casson by Images on Metal. Chris Kohn was the designer.

“Volunteers in Whalan worked hard, as well,” said Harding. “The map is located just off the trail, and new landscaping welcomes bikers coming through town. Many stop to take pictures at the sign.”

Ted Kjos, Vice President of Marketing/External Relations for Tri-County, spoke on behalf of Tri-County at the event. “We have a commitment to our local communities,” said Kjos. “We live, work, and raise our families here, too, and we want to do all we can to strengthen and support our members and hometowns. Tri-County was excited to help with this project and are pleased with these beautiful new maps.”

Visitors move quickly to attend Stand Still Parade

Fri, May 23rd, 2014
Posted in Whalan Features

A horse with a mustache, a barbershop quartet, warm lefse, and classic cars were only a few of the attractions at this year’s Stand Still Parade in Whalan, Minn. on Saturday, May 17, 2014. The 19th annual Stand Still parade is one of the most uniq ..... 
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Spring activities, trail sign and new AEDs discussed at Whalan’s May city council meeting

Mon, May 19th, 2014
Posted in Whalan Government

The town of Whalan, like all the other towns and villages of the Bluff Country region, is showing signs of life and activity after a cold, challenging winter, and that was apparent in a number of items discussed last Monday evening at the May city co ..... 
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Spring activities, trail sign and new AEDs discussed at Whalan’s May city council meeting

Mon, May 19th, 2014
Posted in Whalan Government

The town of Whalan, like all the other towns and villages of the Bluff Country region, is showing signs of life and activity after a cold, challenging winter, and that was apparent in a number of items discussed last Monday evening at the May city c ..... 
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Correction

Fri, May 9th, 2014
Posted in Whalan Features

In the May 5, edition of the Fillmore County Journal there was an error in the Whalan Stand Still Parade will stand in place for 19th year press release. It was printed that pre-parade entertainment will be provided by Walter Bradley and Tom Arnold. ..... 
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Whalan Stand Still Parade will stand in place for 19th year

Fri, May 2nd, 2014
Posted in Whalan All

The Whalan Stand Still Parade will be standing in position for its 19th year on Saturday, May 17 at 11 a.m. in Whalan, Minn. With this year’s theme being “Back to Our Roots”, for the natives of the Whalan area that should mean “Everything Nor ..... 
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Spring water, signs and new brochures highlight Whalan’s April council meeting

Fri, Apr 18th, 2014
Posted in Whalan Government

Signs of spring were on the agenda at last Monday night’s monthly meeting of the Whalan City Council. One of those signs was concern about melting snow running where it probably shouldn’t; another was an effort underway to inform more people abou ..... 
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Whalan City Council learns of fire department cost studies

Fri, Mar 14th, 2014
Posted in Whalan Government

At the February meeting of the Lanesboro Rural Fire Department, financial issues were raised that will require more research and discussion, according to the report shared at the Whalan City Council meeting on Monday, March 10. A task force is no ..... 
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DMC tourist ideas welcomed from Whalan residents

Fri, Feb 14th, 2014
Posted in Whalan Government

The temperature was still firmly stuck below zero, where it seems to have stubbornly been for weeks, last Monday night, February 10, when the Whalan City Council gathered for its monthly meeting, but no water problems or frozen pipes were on the age ..... 
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