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Minnekahta eMessenger Vol III, Num 27

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Minnekahta eMessenger Vol III, Num 26

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Minnekahta eMessenger Vol IV, Num 25 – Minnekahta Messenger Celebrates Its One-Year Anniversary!

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Minnekahta eMessenger Vol III, Num 24

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Minnekahta eMessenger Vol III, Num 23

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Minnekahta eMessenger Vol III, Num 22

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Minnekahta eMessenger Vol III, Num 21

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Minnekahta eMessenger Vol III, Num 20

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Minnekahta eMessenger Vol III, Num 19

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The PDF (Portable Document Format) file contains the Minnekahta eMessenger (the digital version of the hard copy). The file can be opened with Adobe Reader and Adobe Acrobat software for reading or printing. The content is secured and protected by copyright.

The eMessenger has been programmed to provide special features to aid readers in navigating its content. These features are electronic bookmarks that take the reader to a specific location in the paper. These bookmarks are also known as hyperlinks.

All pages except the front page have a large hyperlink shape behind the page content; clicking on any area of a page that the reader is on will take the reader to the front page.

The table of contents (In This Issue) on the front page is a menu of page section and story hyperlinks. Clicking a section title or a story title hyperlink takes the reader to the section or story.

A “continued on page” reference in some stories allows a reader to click on that “continued on page” text to be taken to the next part of the story. Clicking on the “continued from page” text returns the reader to the previous part of the story.

Clicking on a website source reference in a story triggers your default browser to open and present that website source. Clicking on a web address in an ad also opens a browser window to display the ad owner’s website. Clicking on an email address in an ad opens your preferred email client and shows the ad owner’s name in the subject line.