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Looking Back - Feb. 14, 2019

40 years ago, Feb. 15, 1979 (Photo) Two ties a winner! Joan Tweed, Pequot Lakes, was crowned Miss Nisswa at the Nisswa Winter Jubilee. The Career Center, a van equipped with interest and aptitude tests, a teletype connected via radio-telephone to...

40 years ago, Feb. 15, 1979

(Photo) Two ties a winner! Joan Tweed, Pequot Lakes, was crowned Miss Nisswa at the Nisswa Winter Jubilee.

The Career Center, a van equipped with interest and aptitude tests, a teletype connected via radio-telephone to an MECC computer, and Minnesota Job Service microfiche, will be available in Pequot Lakes.

A blood donation to replace the blood used by Cathy Schmidt was extremely successful. Mrs. Schmidt died on Jan. 1, 1979 of cancer.

30 years ago, Feb. 16, 1989

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(Headline) Pequot Lakes School's Indian name change on board agenda

(Headline) Vern Dowty's achievements as Pequot superintendent highlighted at dinner

(Photo) Garfield and Odie sculpture wins snow sculpture contest.

20 years ago, Feb. 11, 1999

(Headline) Echo Publishing bought by Morris Communications Corp.

Pequot train depot to be remade into Chamber of Commerce headquarters and Bunyan Trail information center.

Heather Neznik scores 1,000th career point for Pequot basketball and sets a state record for the Patriots.

10 years ago, Feb. 12, 2009

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(Photos) Crosslake celebrates a wonderful Winterfest

Officials unhappy with cancellation of sled dog derby in Crosslake.

(Headline) Bunyan byway association wins state tourism award

- Compiled by Erin Bormett, Staff Writer

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