Pages from the Past: Oct. 27, 2022
A look at the past from the pages of the Pine River Journal weekly newspaper
60 years ago, Oct. 26, 1962
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer J. Wiese purchased eleven registered heifers this week, all sired by the top son of Black Conqquester, the 1951 All-American Futurity Supreme Champion.
50 years ago, Oct. 26, 1972
A new gift shop has been opened in Pine river, having been started by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bohlman who have moved here from Illinois.
(Ad) Closing out sale as we are discontinuing operation of the Backus Lumber Co., we will sell all stock at clearance prices.
25 years ago, Oct. 23, 1997
(Headline) P.R.'s Highway 371 project clarified: MnDOT says traffic signal, overlay planned for '99
(Headline) Pine River-Backus to allow home-school students to wrestle
10 years ago, Oct. 25, 2012
(Photo) Mary Ann Kline created a "Thank You T-Shirt" to show Ryan Nelson of Jr.'s No. 19 BBQ how much the Pine River Area Food Shelf appreciates his continued support.
(Photo) Patricia Burr of Duluth and Jesse McClintock of Backus announce their engagement.
- Compiled by Travis Grimler, Staff Writer