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Wright County News

Monday, May 4, 2015


Buffalo FFA's Morgan Krause Named State FFA Vice President for 2015-2016 

A young woman from Buffalo will serve as Vice President of the Minnesota FFA for 2015-2016. Morgan Krause, a senior at Buffalo High School was named to the office at the recent Minnesota State FFA Convention. Krause will serve with five other state officers for the coming year. Morgan says she is already pretty well acquainted with many of the new state officers, as she has worked with several of the members on the regional level. Krause says the summer will be very busy with numerous events scheduled throughout the month of June, followed by the Washington D. C. trip which she and newly named Minnesota FFA President T. J. Aarvolds of Plainview will take in late July. Morgan plans on studying at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities beginning this fall.

Memorial Services Today for Longtime Annandale Resident, Richard "Dick" Winchell 

Memorial Services are scheduled for today in Annandale for a noted resident of the community. Richard "Dick" Winchell passed away April 30th at the age of 86. Dick was a U-S Army veteran of the Korean War, and retired from Lagerquist Elevator and Lift Services after 32 years of service. He was a member and volunteer at St. John's Lutheran Church of Annandale, and was also a member of both the Maple Lake American Legion and VFW, and served on the honor guard. Dick was also a member of the Annandale Snowmobile Club. Services for Richard Winchell will be held today at the St. John's Lutheran Church in Annandale, with Military Honors from the Minnesota Army National Guard, and the Maple Lake VFW and American Legion Posts. 

ATV Safety Urged 

ATV riding season is underway, and officials at the Minnesota DNR are reminding riders, especially younger riders, that safety must be a top priority. The DNR's Jon Paurus says last year in Minnesota, 242 people were injured, and 13 people died while riding ATVs. Paurus says that's why young riders must be supervised at all times, and operators under 18-year-old must wear an approved safety helmet, unless they're riding on private property. To find out more about ATV riding and safety regulations, or to sign up for a training course, you can visit the DNR's website. 

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