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Pages from the Past: May 19, 2022

A look at the past from the pages of the Pine River Journal weekly newspaper

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60 years ago, May 18, 1962

(Advertisement) Free Chicks Friday, May 25th - 25 to each customer as long as they last. Bring your own container. Pine River Feed and Produce

50 years ago, May 18, 1972

A new business, the Main Street Nook and Cranny, will open the doors here on Friday, May 26th.

Mr., and Mrs. Harold Ellings have recently opened a new garden center and lawn ornament shop in connection with their flower shop south of Pequot Lakes.

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A look at the past from the pages of the Pine River Journal weekly newspaper
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A look at the past from the pages of the Pine River Journal weekly newspaper
A look at the past from the pages of the Pine River Journal weekly newspaper
A look at the past from the pages of the Pine River Journal weekly newspaper
A look at the past from the pages of the Pine River Journal weekly newspaper
A look at the past from the pages of the Pine River Journal weekly newspaper
A look at the past from the pages of the Pine River Journal weekly newspaper
A look at the past from the pages of the Pine River Journal weekly newspaper

25 years ago, May 15, 1997

(Headline) Pine River soup kitchen serves first meal

(Headline) Construction to begin on $4 million sewer plant project

10 years ago, May 17, 2012

Pine River resident Mark Edwards will receive $28,000 as a result of a mediated settlement agreement in a civil lawsuit against the city of Pine River.

- Compiled by Travis Grimler, Staff Writer

Travis Grimler began work at the Echo Journal Jan. 2 of 2013 while the publication was still split in two as the Pine River Journal and Lake Country Echo. He is a full time reporter/photographer/videographer for the paper and operates primarily out of the northern stretch of the coverage area (Hackensack to Jenkins).
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