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  • Tips For A Fire Safe Christmas

    1. Selecting a Tree for the Holidays Needles on fresh trees should be green and hard to pull back from the branches, and the needles should not break if the tree has been freshly cut. …

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    30 Nov 12
  • Holiday Travel Tips

    During this time of the year, many of us are climbing in the car or hopping on a plane to visit family and friends. These trips, whether just a few hours or several days, can …

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    29 Nov 12
  • Better Business Bureau Tips To Avoid Holiday Scammers

     We all look forward to the holidays, and so do scammers. As people begin to make their holiday plans, unscrupulous scammers are dusting off their tried and true seasonal scams. The Better Business Bureau of …

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    29 Nov 12
  • DOUBLE CUTTER RIDES

      Our Free Listener Appreciation Dance and Party was a huge success!  We had over 1,000 loyal listeners attend!  Thank you for joining us for a great afternoon of music and prizes.  Also, thanks so …

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    17 Oct 12
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    The Hayward, Wis.,-based Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame has announced that Minnesota’s own “Tackle” Terry Tuma has been named an inductee of the Hall’s 2013 class. On August 13-15, 2012, The Hall’s Awards committee met …

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    17 Oct 12
  • farm tigers

    Farmington Schools will be presented Friday with a $10,000 grant from America’s Farmers Grow Rural Education, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund. Grow Communities allows farmers to nominate their public school district to apply for a …

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    10 Oct 12
  • Man Is Busted For Invasive Species

    A North Dakota man vacationing in Duluth didn’t realize his plan to bring some unique junk back home was illegal. On Saturday, Sept. 22, two conservation officers with the MN DNR were on patrol in Two Harbors …

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    28 Sep 12
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    Milk production continues to improve in Wisconsin and Minnesota, where dairy farmers had a stronger August this year than they did last year.Wisconsin dairy farmers harvested 2.3 billion pounds of milk last month. That was …

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    25 Sep 12