May 2009
Herald Journal
Enterprise Dispatch
Delano Herald Journal

May 25

Local dealerships survive General Motors' cut

Howard Lake family part of carbon footprinting documentary

Bergen Township bridge south of Lester Prairie is open to traffic

For God and country – The American Legion

Overlay projects to begin for some Wright Co. roads, starting June 1

Township roundup for May 25

Winsted group helps establish first Christian church in Chaxa

May 18

Mock crash in Lester Prairie teaches students life lessons

Waverly appoints new city council member

Fire insurance can help piece homes back together

Prairiegrass Band to perform at Winsted’s ‘Art in the Park’

Howard Lake volunteer gets honored for her efforts

Local Memorial Day programs are set for Monday, May 25

The Howard Lake Orphans continue to build on their success

May 11

The 100 deadliest days for teens, by Judge Halsey

Losses on many levels; fire victims speak

The Lester Prairie tortoise: this ‘little guy’ isn’t so little

Winsted arts task force to establish arts council

Winsted native studies art in Florence, Italy

New Howard Lake police chief began duties last week

Winsted fire is ruled arson

May 4

Howard Lake to beautify city again this year via contest

Winsted native competes in 2009 Boston Marathon

Lester Prairie staff works day and night to provide good quality water

HLWW team brings home hardware from state at FFA convention

Still vibrant, still relevant

ATHC of Winsted will be looking greener

Montrose schoolhouse was built in 1905

One mistake can start a fire, local firefighters warn

Howard Lake author to speak Wednesday about collecting family stories now

Donkey basketball returns to Howard Lake

More jobs lost at HTI

May 25

Cokato Motors is OK; survives GM cut

Injection Technologies transfers Cokato production to Lakeville

Dassel adds exception to parking ordinance amendment

Frickstad and Marschall named Fine Arts Students of the Year

Paving to begin on CSAH 15 Monday, Aug. 3

Universal Labs in Dassel saved lives, now tells history

Township roundup for May 25

May 18

A Memorial Day observance

‘60 (y)ears of corn’ at Cokato Museum

Juvenile crime spiked in Cokato during 2008

A pet walk for dementia care

Options in Dassel and Cokato allow seniors to get out and about

Fire insurance can help piece homes back together

Dassel man rescues 5 anglers

May 11

Dassel creamery named one of state’s most endangered historic places for 2009

Dassel Relief Association may take over pulltabs at Thirsty's

Industrial Strength Center of Attention: Faribault Foods

Taking theater beyond the high school stage

Fire causes loss of all kinds

May 4

DC students perform at Fine Arts Showcase

Going green and clean

The picture that changed her life

Third Street crossing in Dassel to be fixed; bid to be awarded Monday

Faribault Foods gives ‘stimulus’ bonuses, asks its employees to spend it locally

The Dassel Fire Department volunteers are always ready for a challenge

One mistake can start a fire, local firefighters warn

May 25

A trip to the bike store ends up being so much more

Unlocking Delano’s treasures

Low bidder announced for upcoming Hwy. 12 project

Delano’s Scott Johnson is a cancer survivor living life with hope

Local dealerships survive GM cut

Stronger every day with Joe Lang of Loretto

Routine traffic stop leads to recovery of stolen boat

May 18

The Itens are continually serving the community in many ways

Roy and Rosie Spurzem observe 20 years as blood drive organizers in Loretto

Delano graduate is a proud military wife

The ladies in red hats

Area Memorial Day services set for local communities

May 11

Natures Nest hosts art festival and farmers market this weekend

Two arrested following discovery of ‘mobile meth lab’ in Maple Plain

Delano School Board trims its budget

Terri Harris is a lady on a mission

May 4

Delano youth has true ‘Idol’ to look up to

Will Pogue to be the first child honorary Delano Relay for Life chair

Railroad rep. updates task force on bridge project

The Gabrelciks may not hop anymore, but they still get along