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Land of 10,000 Lakes and a few loons

The Land of 10,000 Lakes (low estimate) and a few loons would be Minnesota, of course. My husband is a native and we lived there for 36 years after his four year stint with the Air Force. 576 more words

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Go-karts gone: Newport's Raceway to Fun has reached the end of the road

It was an old school attraction in the town of Newport.

For more than three decades Raceway to Fun was a destination that kids (even grown ones) raced toward to have fun on go-karts and bumper boats, on the mini-golf course or the driving range, and in a batting cage or an arcade. 191 more words

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Al Kooper's Refusal and Highway 61 Revisited

Before I listen to this album today, I email Al Kooper, who played organ on “Like a Rolling Stone.” Kooper lives in Somerville–essentially Boston–and I hope he might be willing to meet up at some point and discuss my Dylan hypothesis. 589 more words

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Teen hailed a hero for helping victims of Scott County wreck

When someone is described as a hero, most people don’t think of a 19-year-old on a skateboard. But Dayton Kelting is both, a teenage boy shredding the half pipe who, after Saturday night, is being recognized for one courageous act. 201 more words

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Grand Marais Pumps The Brakes On Dollar General Store

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Lake Superior community of Grand Marais has put the brakes on a potential move by a national discount retailer to move into the scenic tourist town. 116 more words

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Wrongful death lawsuits filed in fatal Highway 61 crash

(KTVI) – A deadly crash that killed three family members on Highway 61 in St. Charles County is now heading to court.  Wrongful death lawsuits have been filed for the three victims, Jacqueline Faudi and her daughters Autumn Faudi and Kaydance Miller. 44 more words

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Increased Enforcement Planned on Highway 61 Near St. Charles

WENTZVILLE, Mo. (AP) – Traffic enforcement will be increased along a portion of U.S. 61 near the St. Charles County and Lincoln County line, following an accident last month that killed a woman and her two daughters. 123 more words

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