Jannet Walsh

Got Murdock news? Tell me. . .

In Blogging, Florida, Food, Genealogy, Murdock, Murdock news, Religion, rural on January 19, 2011 at 3:54 pm

By Jannet Walsh
Murdock, Minnesota

News

There’s only 303 people in Murdock, but there is still an active farming community going strong after being surveyed and platted in 1878 and incorporated in 1881. Many of the orginal families that settled in the 1870s are still here, just like my family and still call Murdock home.

Tell me your news
If you have news of upcoming events, festivals or activities in Murdock, let me know. News tips and story ideas are also welcome! If there is a club, such as a quilting, garden or bridge club, let me know! If you are searching for family history, tell me and I can share information with others that are searching for the same family or if you have historical photos to share. If you have a memory of growing up in Murdock, others might enjoy reading.

If you want your event or news to be considered as a blog posting on Minnesota Native Daughter, read below for details and include the six items. I can’t promise it will be posted, but send your information my way.

Please send the following information to jwalsh@wctrib.com for consideration.
1. Who? – Tell me who you are and who would want to know your news.
2. What? – What is the event, activity or news from Murdock.
3. Where? – Location, street address and directions
4. When? – Time and date of event
5. Why? – Tell me why anyone would want to know about the information.
6. Contact person? Send a phone and email to find out more details.


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Native Minnesotan Jannet Walsh is a blogger, columnist, journalist, photojournalist, terrier owner, hula hooper and more! Contact her at jwalsh@wctrib.com Click here to view full biography. View her other blog at http://jannetwalsh.blogspot.com/.
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