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February 2005 stories

Feb. 28

Even after being overseas 13 months, Dongoski and daughter ‘never missed a beat’

Soldier killed has local ties

New Howard Lake business adds polish to industrial park

Kilts, Irish culture found at Delano pub

LP School Board sets public meeting to deal with cuts

Feb. 21

Another major music festival coming to Winsted: Higher Ground

HL council deadlocks over appointment, mayor gets to choose

Irene Weinbeck remembers serving Kool-It cones, super tacos

Les Baumann went on secret bombing missions, flew with the royal air force

Alfred Mohring: Montrose used to be, still is ‘good little town,’

Glenna Lehrke: walked one hour to school and back

Christena Rozenberg: corn cobs were used as fuel

Dorothy Borrell: family most important

Feb. 14

Pete's Grocery gets makeover

Red's Cafe owners celebrate 30 years

School may lower price tag for all-day, every-day kindergarten

Vintage snowmobile racers coming to Howard Lake

Bob Bakeberg keeps things in order for Victor Township

Feb. 7

Recycling wars: county trying to have materials taken to its plant

Appointed HL councilman declines seat

Teens' Bible study group growing

New owners at Blue Note, but they're still brothers

Events planned to commemorate HL library's centennial

Winsted in metro calling area Feb. 10

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