WEST CONCORD, Minn. - The West Concord Historical Society thinks this winter is one for the books. To help them document it, they're asking community members to send them memorable photos and stories from this season.
"We just decided this is quite a historical winter. Historical snowfall in February and the polar vortex and now record lows in March," explains board director Joyce DuBois.
Pictures and stories can be submitted to the historical society on Facebook, over mail or e-mail, or in person at the museum.
The West Concord Historical Society is also celebrating their 25th year and are planning a celebration in April.
- West Concord Historical Society collecting blizzard memories
- Garage fire in West Concord
- West Concord man pleads guilty to terroristic threats
- West Concord man killed in Goodhue County crash
- West Concord Police asking for help to stop vandalism at the Post Office
- West Concord Police trying to put a stop to swing set misuse
- Rockford Historical Society trying to preserve a piece of history
- Blizzard stranded 600 around Minnesota
- Spring blizzard to slam the upper Midwest
- Update: Blizzard Warning extended to 9 p.m.