Big Ole has had his “ups and downs.” Now he has been moved to what should be his final resting place on 2nd Avenue.
Alexandria Echo Press, 10/03/2012
“Young” music united older audiences when middle-aged music fans came to Jefferson High School for an evening of rock ‘n’ roll with Bobby Vee and Del Shannon.
Alexandria Echo Press, 09/26/2012
Herberger’s has given all men the chance of a lifetime to purchase a fine hand-finished all wool worsted suit at spectacular savings.
Alexandria Echo Press, 09/19/2012
An estimated 1,500 people oohed and aahed as 305 hot rods from the Minnesota Street Rod Association cruised up and down Broadway in Alexandria on Saturday. Dan Rooney and Candy Marquette lobbied to bring the event to town.
Alexandria Echo Press, 09/12/2012
The Alexandria public schools opened their doors to 2,773 students this week, eclipsing last year’s number by 76.
Alexandria Echo Press, 09/05/2012
Attendance at the Douglas County Fair totaled 21,910 paid attendees, which includes an estimated 10,210 pass holders and children younger than 12.
Alexandria Echo Press, 08/29/2012
100 YEARS AGO
James Freit of Parkers Prairie filed for bankruptcy, claiming assets of $35 and liabilities of $1,096.
Alexandria Echo Press, 08/22/2012
Kelly Jennissen of Garfield spent three weeks in Australia and New Zealand under the People to People Student Ambassador Program.
Alexandria Echo Press, 08/15/2012
Alexandria Echo Press, 08/08/2012
It had been 70 years since Christel Blank Guiles and Ione Maanam Stark attended West Central Agricultural School in Morris. Now as they pour over old yearbooks, they chuckle over how fate brought them together two years ago.
Alexandria Echo Press, 08/01/2012
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