Wednesday, January 28th, 2009 Stories in The Daily Standard
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Local unemployment numbers went up in December and are predicted to go even higher in January. But those numbers alone may not accurately reflect the problems plaguing the Grand Lake area. Not represented in unemployment statis . . .
Rockford resident Hoolie Custer, 94, first heard about the coming Great Depression in 1929 from a buddy who walked up to town from the St. Marys River with a dead muskrat in one hand and a hand axe in the other. "He asked if I' . . .
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