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August 2004 stories

Aug. 30

Local singer looking for a band

Outlaws have connections to Howard Lake, Wright Co.

Conzet excited to be LP’s newest police officer

Waverly Liquor Store expansion means more space, products

Winsted, Lester to set pace for McLeod County growth

Some old-fashioned peace and quiet at Albright's Mill

Speedy’s Oil, Lube and Detailing opens its doors for business

Aug. 23

Chad Kubasch in national trapshooting event

Crooks bungle job, damage materials

Improvements proposed for HL's Memorial Park

Pit Stop expands service into tires, general auto repair

Real Estate office opens in Waverly

Wright County Conference web site launched

Aug. 16

HL man is infected with WNV

Winsted youth serves aboard the Anastasis, one of three Mercy Ships

Charge filed for fake Winstock wristband

Recovery Resources offers second chances on life

Waverly looks into city sewer, water around Big Waverly Lake

New administrative staff plans for school year

Montrose Days to start Friday

Aug. 9

Plane flips over on South Lake

Lester’s ownership deal completed recently

Summer’s first case of West Nile virus comes from McLeod County

Winsted to staff with two 'maintenance leads'

Charge is pending for HL motorcycle driver in crash

Urdahl gives HLWW update on education legislation

Aug. 2

China trip a ‘priceless experience’ for the Epple family of Montrose

Kielkucki selected as summer festival parade grand marshal

Winsted Summer Festival this weekend

Columbarium installed at Holy Trinity Cemetery

Stephanie Dahl prepares to walk 60 miles

Hearing Aug. 3 on Hwy 7 improvement plans

Wright County population continues to grow fast

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