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More lake rescues as spring temperatures thin ice to treacherous levels

Temperatures in the metro area nudged into the mid-50’s on Friday, but the warm weather did not dissuade several people from venturing onto the ice on Cedar Lake. 345 more words

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Sid Hartman celebrates 95th birthday with 'close personal friends'

Happy 95th Birthday to our close, personal friend, @SidHartman today. pic.twitter.com/sCMZ485h1s

— Minnesota Vikings (@Vikings) March 15, 2015

Sid Hartman, the legendary and seemingly ageless Twin Cities sports journalist, is celebrating a big birthday.

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Assignment Editor (Part Time)

Title: Assignment Editor (Part Time)
Department: News
Shift: Weekends, Varied Weekdays
Date: 3/10/2015

JOB DESCRIPTION:

  • Facilitates the coverage of news stories and the assignment of field crews on a daily basis.
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When a Guest Host is a Square Peg and the Hole is Round

Mike Max filled in for John Hines today over at WCCO 830.  No really issue there.  Mike Max is a likable guy and has a rather quirky, but entertaining, way about him.   482 more words

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Three Eden Prairie players suspended after hockey brawl, won't play in title game

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The outcome of Saturday night’s high school hockey game between No. 1 seed Eden Prairie and No. 4 seed Benilde-St. Margaret’s in the Section 6AA Semifinals was overshadowed by a fight on the ice. 286 more words

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Hang on! Though we're in the grip of a fierce February cold snap, the warm-up is near

Your nose is red, your fingers are tingling and your car sounds sluggish when you give it the gas. But plan to layer up a little longer before heading out in the Minnesota cold, so bitter that it’s dangerous. 170 more words

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