How to create dynamic links from a database

I am able to pull a list of stories from a database, however, I want to pull a list of stories and link to the page that displays the story.  For example I want to list the story title and have the story title be a link that links to page that displays a story based on the story ID.  

I can display the list of stories, and I have a page that will display the story based on an ID, however, how to I create the link for the title?

<a href="story.aspx?ID='storyID'>Story Title</a>

That is what I am trying todo.  

Thank you for any advice.  I am using c# with SQL server back end.
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Well a real rudimental way is to have
1. a Table (say tblStory with Columns StoryID, Title, Body)
2. you have maye a stored procedure that takes a storyID as a parameter and retrieves the table row associated with the ID
3. on the Story.aspx you have place holders to display the Title and the body.
What i could do is use a repeater and bind to it an SqlDataSource that retrieves Story ID and Stroy Title.
SqlDataSource would have a Select statemnt like "SELECT STORY_ID, STORY_NAME FROM STORY".

<asp:Repeater ID="repParty" runat="server" DataSourceID="SqlDataSource1">
                 <a href="<%FormatUrl(DataBinder.Eval(Container.DataItem, "STORY_ID")) %>"><%#DataBinder.Eval(Container.DataItem, "STORY_NAME")%></a>

And then in the code behind file put this function:
public string FormatUrl(string id)
    string url = "story.aspx?ID=" + id;
    return url;

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shanemayAuthor Commented:
Thank you for the help, with a little bit of modification that worked excatly like I needed it to.  I really appericiate your help.  Thanks.
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