Looking Back – June 15, 2017 – Minnesota News

Looking Back – June 15, 2017 – Minnesota News

(Headline) Heartland Bassmasters have first tourney

30 years ago – June 18, 1987

(Headline) Crosslake to purchase building for new city hall: Price tag at $127,900

Nearly $900 was stolen from a charitable gambling table in Pequot Lakes June 9.

(Headline) Crew completes bobber transformation: Tower was scene of near fatality during ’64 construction

20 years ago – June 19, 1997

(Headline) Alternative school to open in Pequot next school year

The Pequot School has been selected as a pilot project for a middle level alternative education center.

(Photos) After the flood: Red River recedes, leaving mud, muck, misery; battle not over as slow recovery process, hard work continues

10 years ago – June 14, 2007

(Headline) Depending on the route, Highway 371 expansion could cost $3-$5 million

(Headline) Where, oh where, are the beans? Were Bean Hole Days beans hijacked?

(Headline) Patriots’ Foster finishes seventh at state track meet; Noska takes 12th; Beltz places 15th

-Compiled by Theresa Bourke, Staff Writer

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