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May 2006 stories

May 22

Howard Lake veteran among those remembered in book

Cokato man recalls 20-year career in Navy

Jan Kappel retiring after long teaching career

Mother shares story of losing 3 daughters in car accident

What if Lester Prairie got the bird flu?

Lakeview Ranch training volunteers in dementia care

Gary Johnson chosen as middle school principal

Cokato woman writes, sings Christian music

New Germany clerk resigns

Scoops' grand opening May 27-29

All-day kindergarten gets attention in LP

'83 DC grad Michael Emerson wins teaching award

May 15

Tips from public lead to two major drug busts in area

Stolen vintage car found

14th annual Dairy Queen run to pass through Cokato

LP pool having trouble finding staff

Sheriff candidate Rehmann vows to increase community involvement

Katrina Relief continues to raise money

Search for truth: more evidence

John's Collision opens in Howard Lake

Hidden Creek offers a little bit of everything

May 8

Unknown projectiles strike vehicles on Hwy 7

Howard Lake man selected for acting audition in New York

Speaker shows Bible's validity

Youth for Christ group seeks full-time staff

Mary's Wish is simple acts of kindness

Diet, exercise, insulin must pull together for diabetes control

Wagon train, hay ride planned for fundraiser

Scope of DC ice arena changed from sports/fitness center

Bulgarian student in Winsted this year

Montrose Elementary expands with district

May 1

Who shot the heck out of the weather vane?

Relics of the past

Board begins unpleasant cuts

Howard Lake aims to save its grocery store

Boy Scouts' skills put to real life test

Student-built house ready to be auctioned

Charges against WISE committee dismissed by judges

St. Mary's expansion vision close to reality

Tracy Hagstrom to travel to Scotland with theatre group

LP women fighting cancer through fundraising walk

Rachael Balsaitis ranks high in duck stamp competition

Norris Olson bakes cakes to give away to others

Speaker to show Da Vinci Code's inaccuracies

Grass Lake Farm: so much, so near

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