Best of the Best nominations wanted

The nomination period has opened for the West Central Tribune's Best of the Best contest for 2022.

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The West Central Tribune's Best of 2022 content is now open for reader nominations of their best favorites.
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The nomination period has opened for the Best of Best 2022 contest sponsored by the West Central Tribune.

"We are excited for our annual Best of the Best contest, and are looking forward to recognizing the best people, places and businesses in west central Minnesota," said Tribune advertising manager Christie Steffel.

Readers have the opportunity now to nominate their favorite businesses, people and places in a variety of categories. The nomination period will end on April 30.

To nominate your favorites, visit

"Now is the time to nominate your best area businesses, places, people, products, services, entertainment, and more," Steffel said. "We are seeking the help of our readers to pick the best in west central Minnesota."


Readers will be able to vote for their favorites during the voting period in May.

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