Herald Journal Archives

July 2003 stories

July 28

Two young pedestrians are injured on Hwy. 12

Former residents loves her 'other' job

Pastor improves, church web site gets 2,863 hits

LP to have operating levy in fall; moving forward with remodeling

HLWW board discusses funding marching band

Bank is ready to move in Sept. 1, clinic shortly after

LP Lions have donated $190,000 since 1986

July 21

Pastor injured, instructor killed in plane crash

Milfoil is found in Howard Lake

New owner takes over the historic Old Town Gallery

Big changes are in the works for Lester Prairie business district

Storm chaser Tim Dahl

July 14

High-speed chase begins in Winsted and continues for more than 20 miles

New T-Road Tavern owner is veteran of the business

Grass Lake Farm progressing as planned; first family moved in

LP council drops idea of moving police department

Telephone companies conducting rate study for metro calling in Winsted

Red's offers expanded menu of breakfast, dinners

Howard Lake Council approves bank sign

July 7

Waverly man sentenced to life in prison for murder

Checkered flags waving at Stockholm Karting Center

Fireworks, Kids' Parade to set off Waverly Daze

Reward offered for info on fire

Pull tabs sales impact community organizations

Cities, bar owners consider later closing time option

Golden Gate Estates lifts 55+ age restrictions

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