Looking Back - May 9, 2019
40 years ago, May 10, 1979
Local fishermen give hints for Fishing Opener May 12.
(Photos) Grandparents Day at Nisswa School.
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30 years ago, May 11, 1989
Bunnies were brought in on the last day of preschool at the Pequot Lakes Child Development Class.
Brainerd International Raceway will be tightening up on security and crowd control.
(Photos) Cold weather didn't stall walkers for the Nisswa March of Dimes.
20 years ago, May 6, 1999
Earthwork begins on Sibley Lake area housing project - Neighbors keeping watchful eye as heavy equipment starts to roll.
"The thing I like best about Mom is ..." Pequot students share views of the favorite ladies in their lives.
The Lutheran Brotherhood Vacationland Branch 8991 revived the tradition of May Day baskets.
10 years ago, May 14, 2009
Jenkins to try to keep its post office; post office slated to close May 31.
(Photos) Fishing opener: Better day for crappies, northern than walleye.
(Echoing Around the Globe) Bob and Jane Maas at the Tjapukai Aboriginal Center near Karanda, Australia, with Jermaine (meaning Eagle). Jermaine loved the idea of having his picture in an American newspaper.
- Compiled by Erin Bormett, Former Staff Writer