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The United Way of Hastings is the HEART of Hastings raising and donating money locally for over 50 years. The programs funded by UWH are all local agencies and programs — supporting education, health and financial empowerment. The Lewis House in Hastings run by 360 Communities is a domestic violence shelter for women that has benefitted from the UWH funds since its opening in 2001.
Maureen Arend was named the Auxiliarian of the Year at the May Luncheon of the Regina Auxiliary. Arend joined the Auxiliary in 1989 upon retirement as a medical technician at Regina Medical Center and where she also served as a volunteer coordinator. She began the first ice cream social, and served as bazaar chairman for many years. She has also worked in the Auxiliary's shops, at the Bloodmobile and the grand raffle for the bazaar.
Two are dead and five others injured after a car crash over Father's Day weekend in Vermillion Township. Around 8:40 p.m. Saturday, June 16, the Dakota County Sheriff's Office responded to a fatal crash at the intersection of Goodwin Avenue and 190th Street East, according to a news release.
Nancy Gessner owns and operates her own weight loss business in Hastings. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Due to flooding conditions and the current weather forecast of additional rain, travel overnight is not advised in Ashland, Bayfield, Douglas, and Iron Counties. WisDOT continues to work with County and Local partners to identify and sign detour routes early on Monday, June 18.
Pageant Pennies adding up to success The Miss Hastings Scholarship Program appreciates the businesses and residents throughout the Hastings School District who gave us their support during our recent Pageant Pennies fundraiser. Each jar bears the slogan "Your change today funds tomorrow's leaders!" Thank you for your generosity to help us with this goal. We are deeply grateful for the community's assistance to move closer to it.
Bea Westerberg may be contacted at email@example.com . Oh me, oh my, oh dear; technically it’s just about half a year gone and half a year to come of 2018! That long winter made it seem like we have a lot more time before that happens.
Jewel Pickert is a Hastings resident. Fathers are special. It’s not just my opinion. Research proves it. Before we get to that, think of what you do or have done with your father. Maybe you went hunting, fishing, played some type of sport, put something together, or created something new. Whatever it was, you did it together.
The Dakota-Scott Workforce Development Board invites employers to participate in the 2018 Employers of Excellence Awards. The program will recognize the employers in the two-county area that are best at finding and retaining employees — two challenges employers face amid low unemployment. The program also provides an overview of employment data, and trends and practices on what employers are doing to maintain an engaged workforce.