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Tom Cherveny

Reporter: Region and Outdoors

Tom Cherveny is a regional and outdoors reporter for the West Central Tribune.
He has been a reporter with the West Central Tribune since 1993.

Cherveny can be reached via email at tcherveny@wctrib.com or by phone at 320-214-4335.

His beats include regional news and the outdoors. Tom enjoys outdoor recreation, hunting and fishing.

Cherveny has a bachelor's in journalism and political science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

He previously worked as the editor at the Granite Falls (Minnesota) Advocate Tribune.

Tom speaks English.

A Minnesota Supreme Court public waters ruling issued Sept. 28 means an environmental assessment must be conducted before a proposed drainage project into the upper reaches of Limbo Creek can be approved.
A second community discussion hosted on changing the name of Sibley State Park in west central Minnesota brought together three dozen people with differing views on the proposal.
The Minnesota Supreme Court affirmed a Minnesota Court of Appeals decision that the upper reaches of Limbo Creek in Renville County is a public water, and an environmental assessment is required before a proposed drainage project can be considered.
Don't be misled by the modest moniker. Curt Soine, this year's featured artist for the Meander, creates works of art and sells them under the brand Curt's Decoys. Many also happen to be fully-functional waterfowl and fish decoys.
Artists in the Upper Minnesota River Valley are hosting the 18th annual arts crawl known as the Meander, featuring 41 artists throughout the five-county region.
It was plain to see last year that the Marsh Lake restoration project had helped bring back large numbers of waterfowl. Hidden under its wind-chopped waters, there was another rebound taking place as natural reproduction led to large numbers of young-of-year crappies, walleyes, northern pike and white bass.
Congresswoman Michelle Fischbach made a campaign stop in Willmar on Friday to urge local party members to support Republican candidates going into the election.
The Swift County Board of Commissioners and the Benson City Council have approved full affiliation agreements to join Swift County-Benson Health Services with CentraCare. The Swift County-Benson Hospital District Board is expected to approve the affiliation on Monday.
As twin sisters learn they may need heart transplants, father is diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis.
New policy aims to encourage residential development by offering abatement on county portion of taxes for five years.