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A series of complaints about unleashed dogs in public spaces prompted discussion of a leash law.
Minnesota has its share of extreme weather: the Halloween blizzard of 1991, The Red River flooding of 1997, the Twin Cities tornado outbreak of 1965, the Comfrey-St. Peter tornado outbreak in 1998 and the 1999 'Boundary Waters Blowdown.'
The plane took out much of the second floor of the home at 5154 Arrowhead Road.
The Class of 1989 raised money to replace the periodic tables in SHS science classrooms. A Spartan sticker will mark element 111, which graduate Jon Schwantes helped name.

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More students participated in standardized tests this spring, helping to improve scores
Thomas Shephard's favorite part of harvest is the people he does it alongside as there are a lot of jobs to do and the people who he works with are the ones who get it done.
As reported by Douglas County Circuit Court.
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From the Oct. 1, 1947 Telegram: "Miss Bubley, who for the past three years has been a photographer for the Standard Oil company, working out of the New York office, has been assigned the task of taking from 600-700 photographs of the industrial activity in Superior and also gathering material on those industries for a permanent file of the oil firm."
Belle Modeen was surprised with a ticket to audition for the show during an event unveiling Superior High School's renovated Performing Arts Center.

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More than 300 suspect images were reportedly found on his cell phone.
One of the mightiest storms to hit the U.S. mainland in recent years, Ian flooded communities before plowing across the peninsula to the Atlantic seaboard. Local power companies said more than 2.5 million homes and businesses in Florida remained without power.
The city's license and fees committee may need more time to streamline inspections before licenses for short-term rentals, including offerings on Airbnb and VRBO, go into effect.

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