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October 2005 stories

Oct. 31

New West Metro Maps book helps find places to go

Chef finds recipe for 'wow' factor

Motocross champion got his start on a mini bike

LP teacher loves to be creative

Patchwork Cupboard has new stock every day

D-C receives grant for arts

Looking for a home to hang his hat

Adult foster care provides alternative option

Oct. 24

Local company plays big part in TV's ‘Three Wishes’

Emotions run high, again

Carol Sideen retiring after 34 years of teaching

TriLite Stone newest business in Howard Lake

LP artist paints for a cause

Area organizations speak out during Domestic Violence Awareness Month

The legacy of the Mahon family

Oct. 17

Hausladen family set to adopt two Russian girls

Assisted living arrives in Winsted

Binky Patrol comes to Montrose

Waverly and Montrose city limits meet

LP bar cited for failing compliance check

Oct. 10

Brent Schott battles brain tumor with his sense of humor

Steve Ernhart receives top honor from Ford

GRHS plans new clinic in Lester Prairie

The stress of commuting

Relief at the pumps: gas-saving tips

Kent Confeld walks 50 miles for MS research

Oct. 3

Antiques: hunting for treasure

On mission trip, teacher finds Romanian children starving for attention

LP couple cruise into a new business

Emily Horstmann earns several awards at county, state fairs for her drawings

Sheehan ready to move into new office on Co. Rd. 1

Museum with ties to Howard Lake opens

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