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September 2003 stories

Sept. 29

Reopened 1979 death investigation continues aggressively

Pastor Swedberg is set to return to pulpit Oct. 5

Pair of LP teachers release muscial CD

Local family is creative force behind Children's Theater play

Football team tackles new project: remodeling grocery store

New craft show in New Germany Oct. 4

Brandon Fiecke helps fire victims to earn his Eagle Award

Sept. 22

Minneapolis man pleads guilty to Winsted bank fraud

HLWW school board to review site choices Oct. 6

Property owners strongly object to bike trail

LP school levy to decrease 17 percent

Winsted working on getting its own cable channel

Winsted native serves as acting chair at Marquette

Sept. 15

Rain washes out burning ban in McLeod County

Meeting is set to decide Waverly Village Hall's fate

Jerry Schmitz to be inducted into SCSU hall of fame

Area schools close early as part of energy saving program

Mass brings urban and rural together

Winsted organization may get pulltabs in Waverly

Blue Note adds recreation to its menu

First Community Bank celebrates 90 years

Master gardeners are needed in Howard Lake

Sept. 8

Area man enjoys horsedrawn covered wagon trips

Strip club in Hollywood Township unlikely

Manufacturing business interested in Winsted

Howard Lake proposed levy is increased 11.41 percent

New Germany council votes to disband commission

Tom Thumb closes in Winsted

Green Isle wins Class C baseball title

Sept. 1

Two charged in Biscay murder

Realignments, improvements being done at HT Cemetery

Area men writing book about amatuer baseball in '40s and '50s

'Sisters' in a different way

Ogle wins fifth time in a row; local racers crowd Arlington

What's it take to 'get on board?'

 Rapid growth near Montrose is fueling part of school district's bond

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