Looking Back - Dec. 29, 2017
40 years ago - Dec. 29, 1977
The Nisswa Mrs. Jaycees will award the first baby born in 1978 a $5 gift certificate, and the lucky parents a dinner for two at Bar Harbor with free babysitting for the evening. Residents of the Nisswa area are eligible.
(Headline) Crow Wing Commissioners vote: No library
30 years ago - Dec. 31, 1987
(Photo) At the entrance of the new Uppgaard Wildlife Management Area south of the Whitefish chain are: Carrol Henderson, DNR non-game supervisor; Bob Uppgaard, Barb Uppgaard and Pam Perry, DNR non-game wildlife specialist.
(Headline) Crosslake City Hall relocation complete
20 years ago - Jan. 2, 1998
Pequot Lakes will be the site of the international convention and rally of the Antique Snowmobile Club of America.
(Headline) New state law takes drunk driver's vehicle after third offense
(Photo) Tammy Ebertowski and her Kinship Partner, Heather Johnson, worked together gathering toys for Christmas for Kids.
10 years ago - Dec. 27, 2007
The class of 2012, today's freshmen, will be the first class to earn 22 credits to graduate from Pequot Lakes High School.
(Photo) Coltan Levenske, 5, poses by the 8-foot stocking he won in a drawing from Pine River GM. Coltan kept one present and donated the rest to a needy family.
- Compiled by Theresa Bourke, Staff Writer