As individuals return to pre-COVID ‘normalcy,’ many businesses still struggle | News

Shirley Beal

For many, the COVID-19 pandemic and the summer of 2020 is a time that they’d like to forget, and for the most part, people have been able to return to what is at least a semblance of pre-COVID normalcy.







The Willows Interior

The Willows Restaurant and Lounge was able to make some upgrades in 2021, but it continues to struggle with staffing and supply issues in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic.








New owners

Ali and Willie Malecha, right, have purchased Dave’s Body Shop in Waseca from Dave and Paulette Krampitz. (Ethan Becker/southernminn.com)








Dom Korbel in Marketplace

Dom Korbel stocks shelves in the Marketplace, the food shelf located inside Community Pathways of Steele County. (File photo/southernminn.com)








Food Shelf Grand Opening.jpg

The grand opening of the Neighborhood Service Center Food Shelf in a new location.


Ethan Becker is a reporter for the Waseca County News. Reach him at (507) 333-3133. Find him on Twitter @Ethan_BeckerWCN or @WasecaNews.

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