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40 years ago, Dec. 21, 1972

From the Country Echo

(Adv.) Merry Christmas! From all the friendly, helpful people at Lakeland State Bank, Pequot Lakes.

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Steve Heslop, Pequot Lakes wrestling coach, received minor injuries while practicing a back flip with John Cook at the high school. Heslop pulled muscles across his ribs and chest.

30 years ago, Dec. 23, 1982

From the Country Echo

Holiday gas prices same as in 1981. Prices for full-service regular currently range from $1.23 to $1.53 around the state.

John Wallin, a special education instructor at Pequot for 12 years, was named Pequot Lakes Teacher of the Year for 1983.

20 years ago, Dec. 17, 1992

From the Lake Country Echo

(Photo) Sgt. Steve Schaar of the Crosslake Police Department and Kevin Merschman of the Breezy Point Police Department, along with Bob Mudek of Riverside Inn, loaded the Toys for Tots and Teens toys that were collected in the Crosslake area.

(Photo) Indian defenders surround a Pine River Tiger during the contest between the rivals Dec. 8. From left, Abdon Gonzalez, No. 15 Karl Huff and at far right, No. 23 Luke Mezzenga. Photo by Jodi Wallin.

10 years ago, Dec. 19, 2002

From the Lake Country Echo

(Headline) Pequot bypass to be part of preliminary design of expanded Hwy. 371. Route around town not finalized, but MnDOT believes it would create safer, less congested road.

Nic Anderson, Pequot Lakes High School social studies teacher, ex-football coach, former Breezy Point mayor and soon-to-be former councilman, will retire after 18 years of service to Breezy Point.

(Photo) Revolution danceline captains Kristen McSherry, Alyssa Cogan and Sheena Geike with their two first-place trophies.

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Denton (Denny) Newman Jr.
I've worked at the Brainerd Dispatch with various duties since Dec. 7, 1983. Starting off as an Ad Designer and currently Director of Audience Development. The Dispatch has been an interesting and challenging place to work. I'm fortunate to have made many friends, both co-workers and customers.
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