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February 2006 stories

Feb. 27

HLWW voters pass both questions

First DC group leaves for Katrina relief

Glider club looking at coming to Winsted airport

Corn-burning furnace pays off for Dassel man

Area girl gets close-up view of State of the Union

Tony Onnen: life after legislature leads to services for disabled

Brian Cowan named Top Young Historian

Lester Prairie women form Christian dance group for girls

DC speech team returns from Harvard competition

St. James Lutheran School: education of the spirit

Emmy's Salon fulfills dream in HL

New owners, equipment at Snap Fitness

Feb. 20

Dorr admits to mailing brochure with errors for WISE committee

Dr. Dan Johnson retiring after 42 years

Airsoft guns offer sport, but create challenges for law enforcement

High school art opens new world for Cokato girl

Carver park proposal meets objections from landowners

Decorative construction business to open in Dassel

Legislators working on bill to help dairy farmers

DC board reduces 4.5 teacher positions

Zion Lutheran School: 'Touching lives forever'

Her own battle with cancer over, HL woman walks to help others

Dassel family hosts French exchange student

Feb. 13

WISE declines school referendum debate

Statements from WISE, HJ about debate invitation

Soup ladies create buffet of exotic, unusual, mouth-watering fare

Metro calling proposed for Lester Prairie

HL mayor talks taxes, change, and giving the people what they want

Cokato woman finds hospitality, happiness in Ghana

Arthritis: why not have comfort?

Holistic healing seeks to find what is wrong

Vision for Dassel sees downtown as destination

Faribault Foods celebrates 110 years of canning

Support group for guardians

Community Ed, SLAM teach lessons beyond academics

Feb. 6

BUILD, WISE invited to debate

Cokato aiming to be part of metro calling area

Exploring the HLWW referendum issue

HL church to host first women's conference

Dassel man's work finds beauty in wood

Trouble predicted for long-term care

LP family makes quilts for Oak Ridge Boys

Twin Cities musical has local connections

LP 'beauty shop' quarter hits right notes

Broadway project ready to begin in May

D-C FFA to compete at nationals

Local music group spreads faith

Local Boy Scout troops learn life skills, teamwork, and community service

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