April 18, 2014

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Hope's Release March 8


CHN Health Matters
Written by by P. Michael Shattuck, CHN Family Physician   
Tuesday, March 11, 2014 6:43 AM

Enough already!

This winter will go down in the record books as one of the coldest ever. I am not sure what happened to global warming but right about now I wouldn’t mind feeling some of it. Even though we take pride in our ability to adapt and make the best out of the winter challenges, this winter has been brutal. We are faced with physical stress to keep warm, economic stress due to additional energy costs, and stress related to equipment failures due to the extreme cold. This added stress along with the natural seasonal changes can affect our mental health.

Moose Inn donates to Blue Ribbon Kid’s Day
Tuesday, March 11, 2014 6:40 AM

Moose Inn, Wautoma, recently donated gift certificates for a prize package for Blue Ribbon Kid’s Day.

Nut-N-Fancy Café Grand Opening March 15
Tuesday, March 11, 2014 6:36 AM

The Nut-N-Fancy Café is a family cafe in Coloma featuring homemade recipes and bakery items, chocolate Shoppe ice cream, boom coffee, and daily specials. Come check out the new business during their grand opening March 15. The café will be offering free coffee and popcorn and $1.25 hotdogs all day.

Garbage totes approved by Neshkoro Village Board
Tuesday, March 11, 2014 6:24 AM

David Tellock of Advanced Disposal addressed the Neshkoro Village Board at their March 3 meeting to propose the use of 95 gallon garbage totes for weekly collection. The board approved the use of the totes, which will be provided to village residents later this spring at no charge.

City gives "go ahead" on water tower project
Tuesday, March 11, 2014 6:23 AM

At the March 10 Wautoma City Council meeting, the city approved a contract with MSA Professionals to administer the city water tower’s specifications/bidding and construction contract administration for $11,600, and possibly construction oversight for an additional cost, for sandblasting and repainting the city’s water tower. MSA engineer/representative told the council that if all goes as planned the project would begin in June and be completed by September.