Genre image. Photo: Fredrik Norman
A private individual from the Stadsskogen neighborhood in Lindesberg contacted the police after two unknown persons were caught snooping around the property via a surveillance camera.
LindeNytt has been in contact with the owner concerned, who states that the two unknown men (men in their 30s) have been filmed several times during the current period on surveillance footage – on at least one occasion the faces of the people can also be clearly visible. They should not be hidden.
No assault took place in connection with the incident which occurred at 2 p.m. on the night of Friday September 8. The matter was reported to the police.
Reidar Johansson is now calling on the local population to stop further demonstrations. Stock photo: Camilla · Lagerman
After the announcement on Friday that health care director Jonas Claesson had presented a savings proposal that would put Lindesberg Hospital’s emergency operations and specialist clinics in the danger zone, here is now the response from Reidar Johansson, former president of PRO.
– The hatchet that was buried has been dug up again.
At this weekend’s open day in Baettr, visitors had the chance to view an impressive foundry exhibition. Photo: Jennie Einarsson
Usually the Baettr foundry in Guldsmedshyttan is a closed facility surrounded by high fences, but on Saturday the doors were opened to the public who spent an exciting day in the industrial zone. To the sounds of Guldsmedhyttan’s musical choir, there was coffee, a tipping boardwalk, a fish pond and perhaps most loved by visitors – a spectacular casting display.
– There are a lot of people who live here in the area and pass on the road where you only see the doors, you don’t see the company behind, that’s why today we want to show what we let’s do, explains Torbjörn Lanz, CEO of Baettr.
According to a new savings proposal presented on Friday morning by Health Care Director Jonas Claesson, emergency operations as well as specialist clinics such as ear and eye clinics at Lindesberg Hospital will be transferred to the USÖ . This involves, among other things, responding to the savings needs that have benefited the region, where a total of 414 million must be collected.
– One of the most important reasons why we want to change the Lindesberg system and remove emergency surgery is that it is extremely difficult to support surgeons on the emergency side. So it’s not just about money, says health care director Jonas Claesson. .
A confirmed case of African swine fever has been discovered in Fagersta. Photo: Sami Rahkonen
An area of almost 1,000 square kilometers around Fagersta, just 3 km from the municipal border of Lindesberg, was sealed off after a dead wild boar was found carrying African swine fever. LindeNytt contacted the Swedish Agricultural Agency and the Norwegian Veterinary Institute to find out the risks of the infection spreading to the municipality of Lindesberg.
– It is estimated that the wild boar is not moving in this direction, but rather towards the south, explains Karl Ståhl, state epizootologist at the SVA.
Linda Nordin Johanson (TV) is an experienced choir director. In Lindesberg, she directs the Akvileja women’s choir. Photo: Hans Andersson
This year, the Världens Barn stage is filled with beautiful singing from around twenty women. This is the Akvileja women’s choir participating and this is not the only concert they have participated in recently.
– Acquila is a beautiful flower, like women, says choir director Linda Nordin Johansson. With me, the choir tunes the repertoire and we sing both sacred and secular.
Author Cattrin Hurtig from Lindesberg is releasing her first children’s book in October. Photo: Jennie Einarsson
Cattrin Hurtig from Lindesberg is a girl with many irons in the fire. In addition to her main activity as a distance teacher and school counselor, Cattrin has already written several books of educational literature and is now also publishing her first children’s book – Umi Can Almost Anything. A book that in many ways reflects the unique life of the author.
– It’s been a lot of fun writing a children’s book, says Cattrin happily.
The Michelson House. Photo: Jennie Einarsson
The deadline for appeals regarding the preservation of the Michelson House in central Lindesberg expired at the beginning of August and, according to Victoria Holmgren, press and crisis communicator at the Örebro County Administrative Board, none were received. Thus, the decision of the County Administrative Board to revoke the demolition permit from the Building and Environmental Council has acquired the force of law and the house can remain. The Hembygdsförening of Lindesberg now demands that the municipality requires, among other things, that the owner submits a renovation plan before the end of the year.
– We also believe that politicians are complicit in this, because you should have intervened much earlier, in particular to stop the dilapidation of the Michelson house, says the president of the association, Göran Karlsson.
When it’s clear you’ve won SM gold. Photo: Camilla Lagerman
The SM weekend in Fritidsbyn offered plenty of rain, sun and heat, but above all a show of Sweden’s best working dogs. Although weather forces attempted to interfere, the competitions took place without major problems and on Sunday afternoon this year’s winners received their long-awaited medals.
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