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May 2005 stories

May 30

Winsted man jumps off New Ulm bridge following DWI arrest

It's time for Winstock, 2005

An interview with Joe Nichols

Chantland escorted out of Montrose council meeting

LP bar, cafe at odds over fence between properties

Good Neighbor Days long-time emcee retiring

Little League season in full swing

Libraries celebrating anniversaries: Howard Lake 100th, Winsted 30th

May 23

The case of the missing manhole covers

Dairy princess gave up scholarships to follow her heart into dairying

Pastor Swedberg has his third brush with death

Montrose's Mattson looking for BMH school board appointment

Postal officials come to Winsted council to explain processes

Exclusive interview with Glen Campbell

New permanent stage part of Winstock

May 16

Judge halts McLeod redistricting lawsuit

Family proposing to move road along Lake Ida

Fire department rescues bird

HL offers free water use to Wright Co. for fair

Zurawskis open realty office north of HL

Waconia schools closed due to threats

A surprise inspection to remember

May 9

Kielkucki returning to Holy Trinity as principal

Munsons hit the road, to help find a cure for MS

Sherman Photography open in Winsted

St. Boni Farm Store closing after more than 70 years in business

HL Legion Post 145 undergoing extensive remodeling

Sign on Highway 7 directing people to Winsted in the works

May 2

Several long-time teachers to retire

Gagnon brothers face off on college diamond

LP student Eric Dietel headed to Great Britain

Pastor returns to hometown for church's anniversary

Name says it best: Good Riddance

HLWW lands another state FFA position


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