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November 2004 stories

Nov. 29

Winsted Chief Henrich honored for 25 years here

Area women create 'fishy' jewelry

Cremation slowly becoming more common in area

Electronic sensors with medical twist

Holiday events have arrived

Nov. 22

HLWW turns to mail-in ballot for operating levy

Winsted short of firefighters, pay issue surfaces

Old Hollywood school gets ready for 100th birthday

Bar closing time back up for discussion

Construction site thefts becoming more common

Children's choir records album

Paired HLWW-LP wrestling program looks for good season

Nov. 15

Father in National Guard meets baby by videoconference

Failed referendum draws a crowd

Self-taught Winsted artist began career after being confined to a wheelchair

Winsted Elementary students forge special relationships while at ATHC

Two developments could add 200 more homes in Waverly

Going In Style III opens in Waverly

Montrose council restores citizens' open forum

Nov. 8

Comments from election winners

HLWW levy fails by 174 votes

Election results

1940 Armistice Day blizzard: a storm like no other

Officer Thiry recognized with life-saving award

Volunteers help schools count children for census numbers

Nov. 1

Open enrollment: option of school choice a popular one in area

Warm September helped raise crop yields

Montrose looking for youth rep on council

Maennerchor brings abundance of history to Winsted

Farmers lend helping hand

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