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Anne L. Doran

Anne L. Doran, age 74, of Montague, died November 14, 2014. She was born July 5, 1940, in Mason City, Iowa, to Alfred and Marie (Wise) Becker. A Registered Nurse, she married Kenneth Doran October 21, 1961, in Iowa. She received her Nursing degree from St. Francis School of Nursing in LaCrosse, WI, and worked at Whitehall Manor for 15 years, retiring in 1982. She was a Communicant member of St. James Catholic Church. Mrs. Doran was preceded in death by grandchildren, Kara Hissong, and Sgt. Michael Nafe. Comments (0)

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Tanya's Topics - White Lake Delisted: Looking Forward

My last column was about lessons learned from our pollution and recovery history. I asked for thoughts from folks involved in the effort on a long-term basis. They remarked on appreciating and using the power of partnerships, the ability of the community to make a difference and bring about change, and staying vigilant. The sense of community pride was certainly evident at the celebration of White Lake’s restoration on October 30, and even more so when it was announced that official delisting of the lake as a Great Lakes Area of Concern had occurred that day as well. Comments (0)

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