Down Memory Lane
By Elsie Machtemes 10 Years ago – March 24, 2005 March 21 may have been the first day of spring, but thanks to a blanket of snow that fell here, warm weather may be weeks away. Thanks to the Carver County Veteran’s Council, local veterans can now get a ride to their medical appointments in [...]...Read More
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By Elsie Machtemes 10 Years Ago – March 17, 2005 Robin Noeldner of Waconia warns residents that car theft does happen even in small town Waconia. Noeldner’s 1998 Ford Explorer, parked no more than five feet from her bedroom window, was stolen during the night. “We think the keys were left in t...Read More
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By Elsie Machtemes 10 Years Ago – March 10, 2005 Waconia student Ben Timm is now a member of the prestigious Madison Scouts marching unit. He will be performing with his tuba at Mankato State University, with the 135 member drum and bugle corps. It is a group that has been performing since 1938, i...Read More
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By Elsie Machtemes 10 Years Ago – March 3, 2005 Dawn Pistulka donated her long, red hair to” Locks of Love.” It flowed all the way to the small of her back. She and her mother Dawn decided to cut her hair when they learned of a friend who was diagnosed with breast cancer. For [...]...Read More
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By Elsie Machtemes 10 Years Ago – Feb. 24, 2005 St. Bonifacius – Lockheed Martin last week announced that St. Boni resident Micheal E. Smith was awarded two patents by the U. S. Patent and Trademark Office. Smith received patents for a Video Display Console with Upright Display and for a Video D...Read More
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By Elsie Machtemes 10 Years Ago – Feb. 17, 2005 Sunday night an estimated three inches of snow fell on the Waconia area. By noon on Monday much of it was melted as 42 degree temperatures broke through and reminded everyone that spring is on the way. Medallion Cabinetry conducted a ribbon cutting c...Read More
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