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March 2004 stories

March 29

Memories of being a dairy princess

Exotic landscape is part of LP student’s visit to Costa Rica

Women’s Expo set for Sat.

Gudvangen obtains eagle rank

The Millpond of Montrose sets its business in stone

March 22

LP man stars, helps produce retro Star Trek flick

Three of state’s top five trap-shooters hail from New Germany

Two local girls to vie for dairy crown

Man arrested after high speed chase

Discord marks HLWW board meeting

Talk about Terning Trails east of town, two split votes characterize HL council

Waverly group is a quarter of the way

March 15

HL Expo set for Sat., March 20

Waverly resident directs KARE 11 newscasts

New Winsted church provides another opportunity to express faith

Youth to help design Montrose skate park

Local police helping state patrol make roads safer

Local teams to compete in national basketball tournament

March 8

Famous piano tuner tells his story

Township officers enjoy their jobs

Winsted public works supervisor terminated

Council looks at connecting Luce Line Trail through Winsted

HL library looks for support to re-establish ‘friends’ group

First-time home buyers to have more choices in area

You've seen the 'Passion' movie; here's the book

March 1

'World's Nuttiest DJ' getting national attention

Holy Trinity publishes history book

Japanese guest visits Montrose

Australian company to acquire Butler Mfg.

Winsted man managing Dassel's new liquor store

Couple opens Buffalo store for Waverly flowers

Update on Holy Trinity's capital campaign

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