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October 2004 stories

Oct. 25

97-year-old Winsted man cares for a blooming shrub more than 125 years old

Police unhappy about missing fog lines

New cafe opens in Lester Prairie

Voters' guide:

Howard Lake
Lester Prairie
New Germany

Oct. 18

Design team makes plans for Winsted's future

Sharing the flu vaccine

Internet scam targets HL couple

Waverly considered ‘geologically unique’

Waverly council works with owner to resolve dog issue

Watertown medical supply store provides essentials for clients

Oct. 11

3 fires in 2 days at same farm

Eric Sawatzke running for national FFA office

Waverly man battles cancer with renewed hope

NG native writes ‘fun’ books about low-risk investment techniques

Messy books? Sounds like a job for Olchefske

ATHC stresses ability, not disability

Residents asked to plan community's future in 'Spotlight on Winsted'

Oct. 4

Dave Marquardt: 25 years after accident, it's life as usual

One killed in accident north of Waverly

County agent Joe Neubauer to bid goodbye

Former resident Jayne Mlynar publishes two cookbooks

New Germany expected to catch up with growth

Different theme every month at 'The Hog Shed'

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