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โ€“ CS Lookback โ€“

โ€“ CS Lookback โ€“

10 Years Ago โ€“ 2010

Local resident Ernie Paulsen turns 102, with not only a family celebration, but the milestone is also noted by Willard Scott on the Today Show. Paulsen was born July 26, 1908, on the family farm in Holcombe.

20 Years Ago โ€“ 2000

The Cadott boys baseball team sees one of their best seasons ever, going 11-5 in the West Cloverbelt Conference, before losing a firstround shocker in the playoffs. Receiving nods on the All-Conference First Team team, are Brent Cank, Lyle Janlee, John Peterlik, Tony Riley and Luke Rykal, while Mike Danielson receives honorable mention.

30 Years Ago โ€“ 1990

The Fisher River bridge in Holcombe, undergoes a face lift, as workers from the state remove the old blue paint and use a clear primer paint. The structure will be re-painted silver, to match other bridges in the area.

40 Years Ago โ€“ 1980

Eugene King, ag instructor at Cadott High School, receives a Co-op Teaching Award, at a conference sponsored by Land Oโ€™Lakes, for his use of co-op instruction in the classroom and FFA.

50 Years Ago โ€“ 1970

Dr. Dan Goller, Cornell, a graduate of the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine, returns home to his roots and will work with the Cornell Veterinary Clinic, caring for small animals and assisting with the care of large animals.

60 Years Ago โ€“ 1960

The Cadott Jewelers move from the Mueller building to the Cunningham block, located above Brownโ€™s Variety Store. The jeweler offers the usual assortment of diamonds, rings, necklaces and watches.

100 Years Ago โ€“ 1920

Community farmers are asked to introduce any potatoes they may have left from last season, to the merchants of Cornell. The spuds are becoming scarce as the summer moves along, and are in high demand at local shops. If predictions run true, a bumper crop of potatoes is expected this year.