Beginning Tuesday, March 24, 2020 people are to shelter in place. That means you! Activities are limited to such things as: Walking the Dog Going for essential supplies, like Food & Pharmacy supplies Keeping essential appointments, like essential medical appointments Call prior to going to validate that you should be going If you think that…

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Clean AND Disinfect frequently touched surfaces daily. This includes tables, doorknobs, light switches, countertops, handles, desks, phones, keyboards, toilets, faucets, and sinks. If surfaces are dirty, clean them: Use detergent or soap and water prior to disinfection. To disinfect: Most common EPA-registered household disinfectants will work. Use disinfectants appropriate for the surface. Options include: Diluting…

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Enter from Lake Ave/Hultman and leave from Access Road to the Gym Parking Lot/Wee Ave. Maintain Social Distance (6 feet) between yourself and others Come into the bin area one (1) vehicle at a time Place your recyclables, trash and aluminum cans in the proper bin yourself Help will be provided by the attendant for…

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MATTI AND ANNA EMILIA WINTURRI   Matti Winturri, his wife Anna Winturri (Karialinen) and family (three children) came to Herbster in 1921 and settled on 10 acres, next door to Anna’s brother Jacob Kivisto.  Matti and Anna immigrated from Seinajoki and Kaustinen Finland in the early 1900’s and settled in Fitchburg, Mass. They worked in…

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HENRY AND ANNA VIETMEIER (LARSON)   John Larson, Anna’s father, was born in Kumla, Sweden in 1860. He had two brothers, Erick and Louis, and one sister, Anna Marie. Louis changed his last name to Moren when he came to America. Erick and Anna stayed in Sweden and had a large family. Erick’s family, Carl,…

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MINNE AND DIEUWKE VANDER PLAATS   In 1912, Minne Hendrik Vander Plaats was smitten with wanderlust and a burning desire to go to America hoping to provide a better life for himself and his family. He left his cheese-making trade behind in Oosterlittens, Friesland in the Netherlands and traveled to Winnipeg, Canada with daughter, Boukje.…

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A.J. AND MARGUERITE UEDELHOFEN    In 1916, Aloysius J. Uedelhofen “A.J.” and Marguerite Purcell were married in Chicago, Illinois. They came to Herbster on their honeymoon and eventually with AJ’s parents, bought the property and decided to settle in Herbster. Their property was off Lenawee Road, back in the woods. AJ’s mother and father, Valentine…

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PETER SORONEN FAMILY   We’re appreciative of Robert Uedelhofen’s written history in “Cranberry Chronicles” for dates & events of the inhabitants of early Herbster, including our ancestors, the Soronens taking the liberty to use Sr. & Jr. after the Peters’ names to clarify each one. We, the Browne children, (Darlyne, Robert, Sharon, Melodee & Marilee)…

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Municipality 04-014 Bayfield County, WI Special Board Meeting Minutes 20180627 Town of Clover – Special Meeting  Minutes A Special Board Meeting is being called for March 19, 2020 at 5:00 pm in the Meeting Room of the Town of Clover Town Hall (the Historic Gym) Agenda Call to order: 5:00pm Roll Call: Steele, by Phone…

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