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November 2003 stories

Nov. 24

Andrew Roufs experiences Iraq firsthand ­ and has the pictures to show for it

Sterner Lighting layoffs hit hard for employees

Kubasch to vie for state representative endorsement

Cliff & Molly's is back with a good cup of coffee

HL public access expands, is looking for underwriters

Jaycees are looking to be active in LP

Everything from Amish gifts to toys at new shop

How to move a library: lots of help

Another page of history is added to vintage HL barn

Nov. 17

Kielkucki resigns, will start job of deputy secretary of state Nov. 25

Denny Frey: a promise to be true

Winsted speaker back from Iraq

Rough men standing ready

Lester Prairie one-way should be effective in May

Waverly to add delinquent bills to taxes

Residents along trail speak about proposed bike path

Nov. 10

HLWW voters turn out to say 'no'

Student's 'death list' causes stir at LP schools

WWII experience different for three local veterans

Oak Ridge Boy writes story about life, love, and loyalty

New commission to focus on downtown development in Winsted

No decison on proposed Albion wastewater plant

Local woman helps get stricter CWD testing guidelines

Beatrice Gagnon's invincible, upbeat spirit overcomes breast cancer

Small-town pharmacists hope that Congress remembers them

Nov. 3

Eight schools to ask voters for levy approval, three for bonds

Locals nearly halfway to gathering 1 million food packets for hungry children

Judge rejects Borrell's request for dismissal

Joanie Hanson is back teaching after bout with cancer

HLWW candidates state their views at forum

Herald Journal, Schlagel purchase Wayne's Quality Printing 

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