Mansfield Courier Sample Edition - 19 Feb 2014

Table of content - Mansfield Courier Sample Edition (19 Feb 2014)

Foggy in Sochi, but Mansfi eld’s ‘ Chumpy’ fans seen Australia- wide
Suspicious fi res ignite concerns
Eagles back in full stride
Foggy in Sochi, but Mansfield ‘Chumpy’ fans clearly for all to see Australia-wide
Suspicious fires ignite concerns
It’s high ho silver for flying David
So long, farewell Parsons
Three faces planning begins
Top apprentices named
Just a caring man who pitches in
Photoorders
Groups presented IGA club rewards
Have the chat that saves lives - commit to organ donation
BRICKS TILES PAVERS
Fire fodder drive
There are no fish in the Delatite
Tracing family members
Snowgums wouldn’t agree Seeking railway photos
Greener down in Coburg
Great croquet club
Reconciliation and closing the gap New White Pages on its way
Teachers of tomorrow at Mansfield Secondary College
Hospital project begins
Transshipment yards waiting on permit
Shires join forces in tertiary transition
Apply for Indigenous Youth Parliament places
All go, go, go for Eagles makeover
Social blokes wanted for calendar shoot
Family connections at primary school
More tree danger at Merrijig
Good gathering for Timor Leste meeting
Fifty year anniversary of HMAS Voyager disaster
Donate spare fodder
College leadership group unveiled
Jamieson plans for the future
Investing in Men’s Sheds
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Century of Red Cross Dick Klingsporn respected member of community
Race club fund-raiser
Champion choppers gathered at Tolmie
Good behavior bond for excessive speed
Progress for Mt Buffalo Chalet announced
Workshop improves local retail space
Certificates won for outstanding attendances
Texting teen driver takes out top science award
Respect from all for safer road use
Check if your licence expired recently
Family living or getaway
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Mary a dairyfarmer in Swanpool for 28 years
Long-season canola proving more profitable
What’s on at the movies from February 20
Precinct gets a funding boost
‘Happy Days’ rock ‘n’ roll at Merrijig
Parents urged to help protect children
Tell us about your wastewater
Seniors luncheons held on second Wednesdays Welcome the Battery Bucket
Alice in equine wonderland
Calling all budding junior motorcyclists
Run around the lake
Book group returns
Book was eight years in making
Ridgee Didge engines on display
Doon eyes thirds for 2015 season
Champion struts her stuff
Sportsperson awards night on next Wednesday
Mansfield Eagles training hard
Chai hits dead-centre in first shoot after extreme weather
Pennant bowls resume after heat
Eagles dominate the basket Mansfield little aths back in action
Juniors on target at Mansfield clay shoot
Battle for finals spots in tennis heats up
Limit riders fight to finish in top 10
Juniors ready for Wang competition Golf day this Sunday
Gerrans on to next stage
Lydia misses out by that much
Great weather for St Mary’s swimming carnival
Despite the weather, Delatite wins again
Juniors supporting Pink Stumps Day
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Despite the weather, Delatite wins again

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