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December 11, 2002

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Bob Stroinski, Industrial Service manager for Fastenal, delivered a challenge to his employees, and in tern, they delivered food a LOT of food! the goal on November 29: fill 10 totes for the "10 Days of Giving." The challenge: Stroinski said if they made it 20 totes, he'd sleep outside for a night. Almost 30 totes later, Stroinski will be camping out Thursday night at the Fastenal facility on Service Drive. "We've had so much fun doing this," said assistant manager Vicky Emmons, "but we think he pulled in a favor from the 'Big Guy' for it to be so warm this week." (Submitted photo)

 


Steel Lustron home to be coffee shop

Part of Mankato Avenue might be totally commercial

A building on Riverview Drive will not be the location of a proposed minimum security county jail annex, Sheriff Dave Brand and developer Rick Mikrut agreed late this week.

This lustron home on Mankato Avenue is one of less than 25,000 manufactured after WWII to meet the housing needs to returning GIs and their families. The homes are made of porcelain-enameled steel panels. (Photo by Cynthia DeLano)

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Hundreds of people still need gift sponsors

It was the kind of news story you never forget. The year was 1988, it was the day after Christmas, and as much of America slouched around the house stuffed on left-over Christmas pie, Peter Jennings solemnly related the story of a 911 call from Christmas morning.

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MPCA orders demolition of dry cleaner's, house

The 13-year-old discovery of dry cleaning solvents in the ground water surrounding the Leaf's Cleaners building on Gilmore Avenue, and the continued presence of contamination, will force the demolition of the building in the next several weeks.

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Freckles ­ 1-year-old orange tabby with white. She will need patience; she is very independent and shy. She really does have freckles across her nose!

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