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The Super Bowl has gone to the dogs

WILLMAR - Mary Lynch-Sheehan, along with her husband Kevin Sheehan, agreed to watch their two daughters' two dogs, Mystic and Mali, during the Super Bowl festivities. With the influx of people heading to the Twin Cities this weekend, the Sheehans...

Erica Dischino / TribuneMary Lynch-Sheehan gives Mystic, left, and Mali a treat Wednesday at her home in Willmar. The two dogs belong to her two daughters who live in Minneapolis. She and her husband Kevin Sheehan agreed to watch the dogs to keep them safely away from the influx of people over Super Bowl week in Minneapolis.
Erica Dischino / Tribune Mary Lynch-Sheehan gives Mystic, left, and Mali a treat Wednesday at her home in Willmar. The two dogs belong to her two daughters who live in Minneapolis. She and her husband Kevin Sheehan agreed to watch the dogs to keep them safely away from the influx of people over Super Bowl week in Minneapolis.

WILLMAR - Mary Lynch-Sheehan, along with her husband Kevin Sheehan, agreed to watch their two daughters' two dogs, Mystic and Mali, during the Super Bowl festivities. With the influx of people heading to the Twin Cities this weekend, the Sheehans' daughters, who live only several blocks away from U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, wanted to drop their dogs off with their parents to keep them safe.

Erica Dischino is a photojournalist for the West Central Tribune and Forum News Service. She grew up in northern New Jersey and has lived in the Midwest since 2017. She enjoys photographing the stories of west central Minnesota from county fairs, parades and pandemics. Feel free to contact her at edischino@wctrib.com or 320-894-8865 with your best photo ideas.
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