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Thanks for the Letter!

  Today, we received this letter:

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On This Day in Rock and Roll History, October 1

Here’s what happened on this day in Rock History for October 1. 

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Celebrate the Twins in the Playoffs with these songs!!!

As your official home for the Minnesota Twins in the Lakes Area, we are SO EXCITED about the Twins being in the playoffs!  While we wait to find out who they’re going to be playing and what time – here’s a few baseball-related tunes to help you celebrate!

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Alexandria is Top 10 Finalist of the Best Minnesota Town

Alexandria has been chosen as a Top 10 Finalist on behalf of Minnesota Monthly’s Best of Minnesota Town. Official representatives from Minnesota towns of any size had the opportunity to nominate their town. Included in Alexandria’s submission was the history of the town, notable assets, arts and entertainment opportunities, ways that Alexandria demonstrates “Minnesota Nice”, traits of the area, civic …

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Savor The End Of Summer

It seems that the moment a school bus hits the street, people start screaming about how it’s fall.  Suddenly, everywhere I go, I see pumpkins, Halloween costumes, and closed-toe shoes. 

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Happy International Dog Day!!!

Today is International Dog Day! Here’s to all of the canines in our lives who make our lives better! Good Boys and Good Girls all!!   My dog, Wolfie, however, wasn’t SUPER impressed with the rain today.  THE NERVE of that rain, messing up his fur!  Here’s a photo: Here he is on a better hair day:  But a little bit …

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Back To School 2019

It may be August, but make no mistake – it’s time for back to school.  Here are a few essential items for Back To School 2019. All the trendy kids will be carrying brightly colored shovels as they walk five miles to school, uphill both ways.  Here, a snapshot of four charming third graders making their way to Lincoln Elementary. …

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Terminal Silent as Vietnam Veteran’s Remains Flown Home by Son

Late this morning, the remains of Vietnam Veteran Col. Roy Knight Jr were flown home by Knight’s son, a pilot who last saw his father when he was 5 years old – as he departed from the same airport in Texas in 1967.

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Focus – Voices, Inclusion Network (Audio)

If you missed the Focus program this last weekend, here’s your chance to catch it! We talk with Jo Ciceron, from the Inclusion Network, who is hosing her own locally produced talk show.  Listen here for more info! 

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Surfin’ Minnesota – Theatre L’Homme Dieu Review

What a fun night at Theatre L’Homme Dieu! Great music, great storytelling, and an all-around entertaining evening.  Baby Boomers will know every song by heart and relate to every moment in the show. If you’re looking for a funny, fun, relaxing night – this show is perfect.  

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