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October 2003 stories

Oct. 27

Howard Lake couple new owners of bowling center

LP graduate keeping her promise of returning

New pastor is serving at Montrose Methodist church

Meet the candidates for HLWW School Board

Three vie for LP school board

HL looks into advertising on police patrol cars

New Germany one of 14 fire depts. called to NYA grass fire

Oct. 20

Winsted man climbs the highest point in Europe

State Trooper Alan Thompson does his job

Vikings and Lester Building Systems dedicate pavilion

63 years later, Loren Zander is honored for track, war service

Two charged in Winstock bomb incident

Faith in Action: volunteer program helps others

Montrose approves orderly annexation with Woodland

Oct. 13

School site selected east of Howard Lake

50 years ago: train trestle collapses into Winsted Lake

One-way street proposed for downtown Lester Prairie

Winsted puts moratorium on cluster mailboxes

Howard Lake to convert the old bank building

It's official: no more planning commission for New Germany

Oct. 6

Group says school campus idea is too extravagant for taxpayers

Double dose of local talent to be featured in Wayzata

Local man participates in prostate cancer study

Vicar begins at St. John's of Hollywood

Former resident wins medal in weightlifting competition

Lester Prairie pastor offers a different kind of healing

Fire destroys barn south of Waverly

Senior formerly from area biked 30 miles of Luce Line

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