Looking Back - Jan. 10, 2019
40 years ago, Jan. 4, 1979
(Photos) Sled dog race slated for January 27 and 28
(Headline) Senator Dave Rued appointed to Education, Local Government and Energy and Housing committees
(Photo) Robb Lindbery, Pequot Lakes, caught this 8-pound walleye on Gull Lake in 20 feet of water.
30 years ago, Jan. 12, 1989
(Story) From -34 degrees to 105 degrees, from no rain to 10 inches, 1988 was year of extremes
(Headline) Smoke-free city hall action tabled by Jenkins Council
(Story) Pine River Tigers girls' basketball team won its ninth game of the year against just one loss by routing the Backus Wolverines at Backus by a 56-10 score last Thursday.
20 years ago, Jan. 7, 1999
(Story) The Naniboujou Lodge has been retained in its original 1929 form on the shores of Lake Superior
(Photo) One again, the mission was accomplished. The "Ice Wall," which has become a Breezy Point Ice Fest tradition over the past four years, was assembled New Year's weekend.
(Headline) DNR files complaint on 120-unit Breezy Point project
10 years ago, Jan. 8, 2009
(Story) Rural Backus man's lunchbox collection brings back memories: Paul Bundy's collection includes characters from all eras
(Photos) Making the most of a Minnesota winter - kids go tubing at Ski Gull in Fairview Township and at PrimeTime in Breezy Point
(Story) Mike Erholtz and Valarie Wallin were sworn in Monday as new Pequot Lakes School Board members.
- Compiled by Erin Bormett, Staff Writer