A historical prospective from 25 years ago – Aug. 18, 1989

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Aug. 18, 1989 Millstream Park project entails running water baths by Janelle Von Pinnon, publisher news@thenewsleaders.com The St. Joseph Lions and Lioness clubs recently began a project to improve Millstream Park. They have begun constructing a 20-foot by 32-foot building, which will be blocked like the existing building, to house flush toilets and a large storage area. “The need was

A historical prospective from 25 years ago – July 7, 1989

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July 7, 1989 Stueve proposes Minnesota Street beautification by Janelle Von Pinnon Dennis Stueve, owner of Stueve’s Garage Inc., St. Joseph, recently proposed a downtown beautification project to city council members and area organizations. His plan is to beautify the boulevard area in front of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church along Minnesota Street from College Avenue W. to First Avenue N.W. “I

A historical perspective from 25 years ago

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June 23, 1989 Bed and breakfast: a memorable human experience for both Lambs and weary travelers by Stuart Goldschen If you’ve seen one motel, you’ve seen them all. But not every accommodation for the weary traveler is alike. Take a bed and breakfast establishment, for example. It touches your mind, your heart and your soul as well as your rubbery

A historical prospective from 25 years ago

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Like great-grandfather, like great-grandson by Janelle Von Pinnon Gregory Walz of Cold Spring is the newest attorney at the Willenbring, Dahl, Wocken and Zimmermann law firm in Cold Spring. But he isn’t the only lawyer in his family. His great-grandfather, John Michael Walz, a native of Retzstadt, Germany, also practiced law. Having attended school for nearly 12 years, John Walz

A historical prospective from 25 years ago

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June 9, 1989 War continues in Collegeville Township by Stuart Goldschen The peaceful, bucolic township of Collegeville has gone to war, and there’s little chance of peace before the end of June. An angry, insistent group of township residents have taken to the streets to prevent the installation of an asphalt plant and the operation of a gravel-crushing facility in

An historical perspective from 25 years ago

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May 26, 1989 Scout cleanup rids local parks of litter On May 13, more than 40 local Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and Cub Scouts spent their Saturday afternoon cleaning St. Joseph’s Memorial, Centennial and Millstream parks. The St. Joseph Parks Commission and Recreation Association held a picnic afterward as a reward for their efforts. Generous donations from the local Lions,