Down Memory Lane
10 Years Ago – May 26, 2005 A 17 year-old female from Waconia High School was arrested last Tuesday after she allegedly inscribed threats in a girls’ bathroom stall wall. This year not a single high school in Carver County has escaped its own situation with respect to school threats, with at lea...Read More
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10 Years Ago – May 19, 2005 A $33 million District 110 school referendum will be voted on next Tuesday. The school is expecting to add 160 students per year from now through the fall of 2010. The district is currently more than 100 students beyond its building capacity. Paul and Sheila Steiner wil...Read More
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By Elsie Machtemes 10 Years Ago – April 21, 2005 Faith Lutheran Church – Waconia: In Concert Daniel Rieppel, pianist with violinist, Risa Schuchter, Tuesday, May 3. Patrick Deering and Maggie Klason are Waconia High School’s Triple A Award winners for 2004-05. New Germany – An open house for...Read More
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By Elsie Machtemes 10 Years Ago – April 14, 2005 Lake Waconia official ice out was Friday. One eager boater was on the lake, with a thin layer of ice still covering the eastern most third of the lake. By late Friday only remnants of ice remained on the lake. David and Cindy Splettstoeszer and [......Read More
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By Elsie Machtemes 10 Years Ago – April 7, 2005 Apparently, residents just love it in Waconia. In a random quality of life survey of 300 residents, most believe the quality of life here is desirable. Forty-eight percent say it is excellent. Forty-seven percent say it is good. Only 4 percent state ...Read More
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By Elsie Machtemes 10 Years Ago – March 31, 2005 The Waconia Lions club sponsored the annual Easter Egg Hunt at Bayview Elementary School. Cologne – The Cologne City Council approved the planned Hans Hagen development south of Highway 212. The housing development may start this April. The Carver...Read More
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