Looking Back - March 15, 2019
40 years ago, March 15, 1979
Pequot Brush Pilots sponsored their annual Minnesota Championship Snowmobile Races this past Sunday, March 11.
Crosslake's fifth annual St. Patrick's Day celebration will include a parade and progressive dinner party.
The Pequot Lakes PTSA Will discuss the transition from the old school to the new facilities. The administration hopes that the new facilities will be ready for occupancy by fall of 1979.
30 years ago, March 16, 1989
Under pressure from the city of Pequot Lakes and its volunteer fire department, the Breezy Point City Council voted to approve the 1989-90 fire protection contract in an 11th hour emergency meeting.
(Headline) Top cookie salesgirls announced - a total of 3,600 boxes of Girl Scout cookies sold in Crosslake and Pequot Lakes
(Headline) Voter turnout down from previous elections
20 years ago, March 11, 1999
Lady Patriots: Mighty fine in '99. Pequot wins state high school basketball tournament trip.
(Headline) Jesse 'The Cyber-Man' Ventura announces new governor's website
Bald eagles thrive in Minnesota - 650 active nests in the state.
10 years ago, March 12, 2009
Demand surges at lakes area food shelves as unemployment in Cass County is now nearly 15 percent.
(Photos) Ice Tee Open raises $17,000 for Camp Knutson.
A la carte items to be replaced by healthier lunch alternative at middle and high schools.
- Compiled by Erin Bormett, Staff Writer