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April 2006 stories

April 24

Katrina benefit, more trips planned

Greek drama features unpleasant end for Howard Lake brothers

Dassel family will move into Habitat for Humanity home

Ottos doing wall makeover on KARE-11

Darryl Giesselmann: his last lesson was about life

Urdahl: 'We are losing a generation of farms'

Grand opening for Midwest Garden Company

Engel retires from Citizens State Bank after 22 years

Posustas take time for their gardens

Dassel to get bus service May 2

Higher Ground hopes to double in size this year

A look at Prairie Ridge through two couples' unique journeys

April 17

Howard Lake girl's love of dairy carries past her crown

Dassel model featued in Vogue magazine

Lester Prairie man appears on Desperate Housewives

Benefit for John Buschel Sunday, April 23

Retired Franciscan nun still helping others

Dassel women make Hardanger chancel paraments for church

Harvesting nature's bounty: maple syrup

Farming, lake interests clash at meeting

Stargazing with Mike Lynch

Costa Rica Bible camp receives local support

Business boom, construction on the horizon for Montrose

Dassel parks go tobacco-free

Dutch Lake Woods: a place to call home

April 10

'Stations of the Cross' commemorate Jesus' passion work

Walking the steps of Jesus

Palm braiding: keeping a tradition alive

George Peterson: service above self

Jeff Powers named DC superintendent

Remembering Wally Dibb

NG piano teacher has been giving lessons for half a century

HT student in Twin Cities play 'Cinder Edna'

Dassel council, baseball association discuss who pays for what

Bette Luhmann enjoys trip to Paris

Goals for Dassel in 2006 and beyond

Codger's Cove campground progressing in HL

St. Mark's teaches students in and out of the classroom

April 3

West Point gallery will showcase local cadet's photos

A life-changing experience in Kenya for father and son

Public meets in effort to control underage drinking

Waverly man volunteers time, skill to help rebuild Mississippi

Special legislation for LP school passes first step

Trouble, terror, and torrential rain: the Ericksons' anniversary trip

Snap Fitness now open in Montrose

Sue Ahlgren is a wee bit Irish, too

Vitran Express expands with acquisitions

New restaurant coming to LP this summer

Cokato mayor looks ahead

Pipeline easements more flexible than thought, MinnCan says

Rolling Meadows in Montrose: a place to call home

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