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September 2002 stories

Sept. 23

Police dog stops intruder in Winsted residence

Silver Lake woman infected with West Nile

HL plans to make offer for purchase of water tower land

Driver wipes out street light pole

Winsted looks to Chaska for wireless Internet service

HLWW board sets retreat to plan for future


Sept. 16

Mattson, Nelson to vie for Dist. 5 commissioner seat

Harvest to be late, wet for area farmers

Dodging budget bullets: Small cities bracing for state aid shortfall

A day of shopping in WW II

Beauty shop, video store, more planned for Waverly railroad land

Area mayors unopposed, but several new council candidates running

Sept. 9

Local observances planned for Sept. 11 anniversary

Winsted fireman brings home a piece of history

Howard Lake man is charged with fraud

Howard Lake residents weigh factors of metro calling

Billie Allor's dream becomes a reality with Living Legends Stables

Another long goodbye: Alzheimer's affects Bernice Engelman, her family

Green for Memorial Park ballfield is up in the air

Sept. 2

Local control expert gives advice about how to beat mosquitoes

Record of a disaster: a look back at Waverly's flood

Lange benefit is big success

Worley ready to croon country-loving crowds

West Nile infects Carver Co. man

Mallak opens Realty Plus office

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