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September 2004 stories

Sept. 27

Winsted questions county’s proposed recycling program

Two local fire departments get grants

Golf cart supplier opens shop in Montrose

Seniors rate Winsted as good place to live

HLWW enrollment up

Cost of remodeling former bank building is subject for HL council

Sept. 20

Fire consumes Heuer barn near LP

Eden Prairie man has extensive collection of Humphrey buttons

Lachermeier named Minnesota truck driver of the month

Buffalo roam on Juncewskis’ farm

Local access station in Lester Prairie’s future

Local man facing criminal sexual conduct charge

Two Howard Lake church buildings up for sale

Sept. 13

Popular LP garage sale day hits its 25th anniversary

Five of six local mayors face opposition

Trash problem at Winsted Post Office aired

Carver commissioner candidates trade mild words at forum

Native burial grounds may be at planned development for south shore of Lake Ann

Burglars hit Pantry two nights in a row

Sept. 6

Inspection before school finds mold in Winsted’s portable site

A message of hope delivered in prison

Mark Schurmann wins use of new truck for a year

Winsted youth spends part of summer studying aerodynamics

Judge denies Opsahl a new trial

Old Howard Lake farm grows new crop: garlic

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