Howard Lake-Waverly Herald & Winsted-Lester Prairie Journal

October 2000 stories

Oct. 30

Getting ready for Halloween is an all-out effort for Sue Kegler

Demolition plans move forward for former Werner building

Daytime fire protection has support of local employers

Peterson, Gagnon return to do business in Waverly

HT students report on Winsted Lake water testing

Getchell Cemetery begins long road back

Pages from the past: Waverly news from 1885

Oct. 23

Local 9-year-old facing surgery for tumor

Gun classes take aim at safety

Lioness Club celebrates two decades

Proposed HL detour questioned

Artmann to be tried as both adult and juvenile in Pool case

How do you change a lake's name?

Pages from the past: The Lockett cows' ordeal

Oct. 16

Humphrey museum project is no-go

Who will be 'Miss Lester Prairie?'

Group brainstorms ideas for HL city hall

Profiles of candidates for mayor of Winsted

Profiles of candidates for city council in Winsted

Profiles of candidates for Lester Prairie city offices

Possible criminal activity reported in Lester Prairie

Oct. 9

Caring for 42 foster children was labor of love

'Perfect Touch' for senior citizens

Lester Prairie woman arrested in drug bust

Residents air questions on school site proposal

55-signature petition presented over Werner building's pending demolition

Winsted woman featured in national magazine Country Woman

Past Winstock artists shine at CMA Awards

LP board debates staff uniforms, badges

Oct. 2

Jeanne Norman: surviving a death sentence

The changing face of 4-H

Making beautiful music together

Waverly planning senior housing

Wright County Board approves landfill expansion

HL history: Dustin Massacre witness speaks

Fifty years of fighting fires comes to an end in Winsted

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