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Wykoff News - 8.24.15


By Donna Erdman

Mon, Aug 24th, 2015
Posted in Wykoff Government

Wykoff and area residents attended the Spring Valley Garden Club flower show, “The Sound of Music”, held on Friday, August 14 at the Spring Valley Care Center from 1:30 to 5:30 p.m. It was a lovely flower show, which included a sale table, snacks, beverage, and music by the Pick-Up Band. It was a choice location for the yearly event.

There was a going-away party for Ardell Doering at the Bank Gift Haus with eight attending recently.

Ruth Eidkoff, Nelta Stender, and Donna Erdman visited Eunice Thompson on Friday.

On August 14, 15, 16, Goodies & Gas of Wykoff was reasonably lower with their gasoline prices than the surrounding areas.

John Peterson and children came on Monday from Pepin, Wis. to the home of Marguerite Peterson. The three children attended St. Johns vacation bible school. John, then with the help of Ernest Meyer Jr., re-shingled the garage roof. They returned to Pepin on Friday.

Deb Peterson came on Thursday from the cities to visit Marguerite Peterson.

On Saturday, Michael Hopper attended the 7 p.m. Vikings game with his son, Steven. It was the pre-season game with Tampa Bay team.

Bob and Alita Rathbun of Huron and their three children came to visit Renata Comstock on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Comstock of Mo. also came to visit Renata since they had come for a class reunion.

Bill and Sandy Luce went on vacation to visit his cousin Orville and Candace Rehling in Bel Air, Md. August 4-11. They took the plane to Baltimore, Md. and were picked up from the airport and went to their home. Wednesday they toured the area and Thursday they drove to N. Y. and stayed at the Roosevelt Hotel until Saturday. They took a bus tour in N.Y., saw three plays, saw the Today Show, toured 911, and many other attractions. Saturday they went back to Md. Sunday they went to their church and to the Harbor in Baltimore. Monday they went to DC and took another bus tour of that area. They’d been in six different states on the one week trip.

The 30th anniversary of Penny and Caleb Comstock was celebrated on Saturday night at the Wykoff Community Hall with familys and friends.

Randy, Wendy, and Bretta Grabau left on Friday and spent the weekend visiting Crystal, Tom Burmeister and Garreth in Delavan, Wis. returning Sunday night.

Saturday visitor at Ed’s Museum were from Rochester and Stewartville. Mr. .....
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Wykoff proceeding with street repairs

Mon, Aug 17th, 2015
Posted in Wykoff Government

The Wykoff City Council met in regular session on August 10, with Mitch Grabau, Rocky Vreeman, Mayor Al Williams, and Megan Lund in attendance. After the council OK’d the agenda, prior minutes, and bills, citizen Mike Shaw addressed the council t ..... 
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Wykoff News

By Donna Erdman

Mon, Aug 3rd, 2015
Posted in Wykoff Government

On Monday July 20, the Wykoff Area Historical Society had their monthly meeting at Mary’s Tea Room. WAHS is still looking for volunteers to work at Ed’s Museum this summer. Mary Sackett needs volunteers to give tours on weekdays when someone sto ..... 
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Lively Wykoff council meeting held

Mon, Jul 20th, 2015
Posted in Wykoff Government

A regular meeting of the Wykoff City Council was held on July 13, with all members present. The council approved the agenda (with one addition regarding vent hood prices), and approved prior meeting minutes (with one clarification regarding “coun ..... 
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Wykoff street repairs discussed

Mon, May 18th, 2015
Posted in Wykoff Government

The Wykoff City Council met in regular session on May 13 with all members in attendance. Darren Sikkink and Kevin Graves spoke on behalf of WHKS Engineering, and gave an update on the new water treatment facility, which is complete and operational. ..... 
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Wykoff city clerk office security concerns

Mon, Apr 27th, 2015
Posted in Wykoff Government

A special meeting of the Wykoff City Council was held on April 22, attended by all members (Mitch Grabau, Rocky Vreeman, Mayor Al Williams, Megan Lund, Brody Mensink, and City Clerk Cheryl Davis). The only agenda items were security of the city cle ..... 
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Wykoff wastewater Plan of Correction underway

Mon, Apr 20th, 2015
Posted in Wykoff Government

On April 13, a regular meeting was held for the Wykoff City Council. Members present were: Mitch Grabau, Rocky Vreeman, Mayor Al Williams, City Clerk Cheryl Davis, Megan Lund, and Brody Mensink. The council approved prior minutes and Accounts Pay ..... 
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Mitchel Lentz wins a seat on the Fillmore County Board of Commissioners

Mon, Apr 6th, 2015
Posted in Wykoff Government

The ballots are in, which means the votes are in, as well. In the ripple effect that started with Tom Kaase winning the November 2014 election to be named the Sheriff of Fillmore County, Kaase’s seat as Commissioner for District 1 became an open ..... 
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Who will be the next District 1 Commissioner?

Mon, Mar 23rd, 2015
Posted in Wykoff Government

Q & A with candidates vying for open Fillmore County District 1 Commissioner seat on March 31, 2015. Of 11,930 registered voters in all five districts of Fillmore County, District 1 has the most number of registered voters -- at 2,650. The question ..... 
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