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January 2004 stories

Jan. 26

Local company awarded $70 million project

HLWW board to take applications for vacant seat

Couple opens organic food store near Cokato

Winstock land annexed into city

HL council seat remains vacant

Photo studio opens in old library building

Montrose teens look forward to skate park

Jan 19

Charges leveled after man jumps out of moving jeep

LP man wanted for questioning

Many gather for Pete's sake

Fran Kappel selected KDUZ 'Hometown Hero'

Woman is gathering blankets for love

County board chairman Ray Bayerl

Family ready to walk in order to raise funds for cancer research

Township news

Jan. 12

New owners of Dodge House taking family approach

Metro calling vote for Winsted could be as soon as February

Bald eagle sighted again by HL

Sisters in a different way

Tom Ollig: 10 years at TDS and still full of new ideas

Police associations stress working together

Danford resigns from HL council, vacancy may be filled quickly

Jan. 5

Rep. Borrell settles

Chairman Jim Raymond resigns from HLWW board

Newman wins seat in House of Reps.

Many want to keep Pete's Grocery

Randall Munson given top honor for his speaking abilities

Judge Yost dies

Job growth is 'exceptional' in HL, very good in Waverly

Year in review ­ January to June Continued

Lakers' state championship takes the spotlight for 2003 Continued

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