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The hotel and event center located at Little Crow Resort between Spicer and New London was recently recognized for customer service.
A new National Geographic book by Stephanie Pearson is rooted in her childhood exploring Duluth's Hartley Park.
Summary: Many will wonder what the reaction will be the next time the federal government tries to adopt one-size-fits-all mandates. Will we again resemble sheep, or will we have learned some lessons this time around? Will we, as they said in the '60s, be more aggressive to "question authority"?
On the afternoon of April 7, “a group of unknown individuals traveling on a motorcycle caught up with the truck in which the couple was traveling and shot them several times,” according to the Oaxaca Post, which cited the Oaxaca prosecutor’s office.

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In October, it issued the first American passport with an "X" gender marker, designed to give nonbinary, intersex and gender-nonconforming people a marker other than male or female on their travel document.

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With the Minnesota Department of Transportation scheduled to release a slate of highway rebuilding options for the long-awaited “Rethinking I-94” project this summer, Our Streets Minneapolis is urging state leaders to cancel a long stretch of Twin Cities freeway entirely and revive communities bisected by construction of Interstate 94 in the 1960s.
Rep. Zack Stephenson, DFL-Coon Rapids, said the proposal would suspend the tax from Memorial Day to Labor Day to give consumers some help as they deal with inflation.
MSP is the second-largest hub for Atlanta-based Delta. The airline and its regional affiliates account for seven of 10 flights at the airport.

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