November 2008
Herald Journal
Enterprise Dispatch
Delano Herald Journal

Nov. 24

Eleven local stimulus checks were returned in the mail as undeliverable

Wright Co. reverses decision to ban horses in park

Howard Lake reviews fate of its liquor store

Mike Fasching of Winsted releases his first CD, ‘Grandcrafted’

Lester Prairie’s Prairie Days festival is moving

Bald eagle sightings are on the rise in Howard Lake

Nov. 17

Highway 7 reopens

Howard Lake native wins Emmy for directing newscasts

Free Christmas concert in Winsted features Rebekah Antoine

Montrose seeks candidates for vacant city council seat

Four-season Carver Co. parks seek new volunteers

Watertown family adjusts after life-changing accident

Lester Prairie resident earns citizenship in time to vote for her grandson

Nov. 10

Voter turnout tops the charts for area, but down since ‘04

Cold case playing cards feature Wright Co. victim

Races for commissioner seats in local counties settled

Howard Lake quilt club shares warmth with wounded veterans

Diamond Detailing and Auto Sales moves to Lester Prairie

MN Orchestra to perform at Watertown-Mayer HS auditorium

HLWW elects six of seven to school board; levy fails

Winsted vet survives Germans, frostbite, and gripping fear

Nov. 3

What's on the ballot?

Local banks remain a safe haven in stormy financial times

Where three Congressional districts collide

Hwy. 7 paving is expected to be complete this week

Winsted boy is 2008 go-kart racing champ

Triple fatal accident occurs north of Howard Lake

Regional plant toured by commission members

Nov. 24

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Nov. 10

Nov. 3

DC’s FFA Food Science team takes first place at nationals

Nov. 24

Nov. 17

Delano Middle School teacher heard over the airwaves of WCCO radio

Brighton Avenue will not be used as a detour route

Two Delano graduates launch new web site to assist couples in finding friends

Watertown family adjusts after life-changing accident

Nov. 10

Stolfa, Schrupp elected to city council; four elected to school board

Making quilts to remember her by

Council discusses lease issues with Juke Box at Rivertown building

Cold case playing cards feature Wright Co. victim

Nov. 3

Delano’s mysterious sword

Ed Williams to retire after 35 years with Delano Municipal Utilities

Independence City Council votes 4 to 1 to rezone property

It’s all about the colors for Delano artist Fran Smith

El Tinklenberg: Common sense, working together to get things accomplished