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March 2006 stories

March 27

Holy Trinity kindergartner beneficiary of fundraiser

Family in accident on way to visit injured boy

New leadership for Winsted Women's Expo

Sediment in Dassel water line a mystery

Howard Lake chooses new police chief

Plans inching along for proposed pipeline

Waverly's people, employees move it forward

LP youth shares loves of music with his grandparents

Life is sew-sew for Jean Lanska

Cokato Lions: ready to serve

Teens Against Tobacco Use group forms

Howard Lake Business Assn: promoting prosperity and growth

Maple Lake family takes over Cokato video/tanning store

March 20

Katrina: a different kind of war

Katrina: still lot of work to do, locals doing their part

Local band plays traditional celtic music with a contemporary twist

Finnish conductor coming to Performing Arts Center

Winsted native to run marathon in Alaska

Montrose-Waverly Chamber kicks off membership drive

PTA revived at DC

Cokato freshman shows his artistry in cartoons and comic books

LP business is a tension reliever

Lester Prairie Schools: breaking tradition

Urdahl, Dille look ahead to session

March 13

Lakeshore property in New Germany?

More from Camp Katrina

LP student earns second trip to state spelling bee

Floral shop at home in Waverly

Communication tower to be built near Winsted

Designer dressmaker does it all

Winsted's Strom named McLeod County Officer of the Year

Local Casey's stores top state in fundraising event

Nancy Larson lobbies for small cities

Cokato boy injured while snowboarding on Colorado trip

Girl Scouts: inspiring girls with the highest ideals

More Dassel residents may get access to Meeker County transit bus

Medica covers pretreatment program at New Beginnings

March 6

Miss Helen sees DC compassion
Comfort in the form of quilts
Reporter's journal on Mississippi mission trip

Construction underway on new Holy Trinity Elementary School

Township election judge Alphonse Fiecke retires

Trio builds custom cycles at Dassel shop

Trail open house draws large crowd

New pastor serves Albion church with focus

Dassel Library gets $300 in books from Horticulture Society

Mayor: Lester Prairie has a lot to be proud of

LP woman has home business of professional sewing

Mayer Lutheran High School: students acting on their faith

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