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August 2006 stories

Aug. 28

Family finds relatives in Finland

A closer look at the Crow River

Red Rooster Days Labor Day weekend

Two special historical exhibits at Red Rooster Days

Schoenke won't run again for NG mayor

MinnCan pipeline hearings scheduled in area cities

AME director finds working with disabled people enjoyable

Three-way race for McLeod County Sheriff

Primary features 4-way race for Meeker commissioner

Frater Home Residence offers adult foster care

Aug. 21

Future of Lester Prairie bandstand uncertain

Technology, education blend for success for deaf girl

Long-distance biker coming through Montrose, Mayer

Liquor question could be on Cokato ballot

Winsted Fire Dept. paying its own way

Martha Langfeld: homegrown political innovator

Eighth Ave. changing in Howard Lake

West Nile virus still around

New Germany's Black Forest Estates

Litchfield woman pleads guilty to murder

Ridgeview Medical Center constructing heart center

Bible study offered to public

Aug. 14

Aanenson pleads guilty to fraud

Higher Ground Christian Music Festival Aug. 18-19

Waldo Moberg spent his last years serving others

Bringing back community theatre

Power outages cause frustration in LP

Montrose celebrating 125th anniversary

Joan Benson honored for volunteering

McLeod County Fair changes to Wed.-Sun. this year

New Dassel doctor experienced in small-town practice

New owner of Northwest Martial Arts

Saber Controls moves into Cokato

13-year-old earns junior black belt

Papa Tom's Bar and Grill opens in Winsted

Lakeside Enhancement Group celebrates first year

Aug. 7

Bank robbery suspect captured in California

Local pilots take flight

Waverly family in marathon to find cure for JM

Scooters now open in Lester Prairie

Winsted Summer Festival Aug. 11-13

Carver County Fair Aug. 9-13

Have a ball at Twine Ball celebration

LP resident shares his love of animals, outdoors

Preserving history one building at a time

Mansion Antiques opens in Dassel's historic Pankake house

Cokato approves metro calling

Neighbors get to know neighbors at National Night Out

A look at Cokato area lakes

Howard Lake boys learn politics at Boys State

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