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August 2005 stories

Aug. 29

'Princess Kay' Becky Dammann begins her year of promoting dairy industry

Waverly farmer reports suspicious disappearance of his cattle

Memories of the one-room Meister country school

A cut above the rest: brothers take over sawmill

Mayer has tripled, probably will again

Aug. 22

HLWW school site receives positive reception by Victor Township

140 years of rich German history at St. John’s

LP Schools faced with making the numbers work

Food pack serves up 61,128 meals

Howard Lake American Legion

Aug. 15

Winsted's first Higher Ground festival time is here

Howard Lake bank opens branch in Watertown

Local girl prepares for state dairy coronation Aug. 24

Soldiers reunite after 50+ years

Montrose Days Aug. 19-21

Locals to hit the airwaves at McLeod Fair

Aug. 8

Local solider tells about Iraq

Local accident victims thankful for web site that allows them to keep in touch

Montrose-Waverly Expo moved back to fall

HL couple opens two new businesses

Every-fifth-year parade at Carver County Fair this year

Victor Township school site officially OK’d by HLWW

Aug. 1

Original nail gun idea started in Winsted

Second Starship Exeter film available soon

Peggy Elijah: cancer four times didn’t stop her

New Germany is part of advanced public safety radio system

Gerry's SuperValu introduces ‘Dollar Smart’ program

The Ole Creamery offers sweet deals

Winsted Fire Department hopes to add 50 names to bone marrow donor list

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