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Fire Fighting Efforts Continue in Downtown Alexandria

Here is an official press release from the City of Alexandria concerning the fire in downtown Alexandria.

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Twins Baseball Is Back on Cool 94.3!!

Spring training baseball is back on Cool 94.3. Tune in for selected spring training games on Cool 94.3.

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Today in Rock History – November 5

Here’s what happened today in Rock History:  1965 The Who released “My Generation” which will become a sort of anthem for British teens, rising to number two on the UK chart. In the US, however, despite performing the tune on The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour, the song will be mostly ignored and would get no higher than number 74 on …

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Today in Rock History – October 25

Here’s what happened today in Rock History for October 25:  1964 When the teenagers in the audience kept screaming after The Rolling Stones finished their first song, Ed Sullivan was forced to shout “Quiet!” multiple times before he could introduce the next act. When the band closed the show with “Time Is On My Side”, Sullivan exclaimed “Come on, let them hear …

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Golden Gophers Hope To Make It 8-0

The University of Minnesota Golden Gopher Football team welcomes Maryland to TCF Bank Stadium on Saturday.

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Today in Rock History – October 23

Here’s what happened today in Rock History for October 23:

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Douglas County Fair Floral Contest Review

Now that the pollen has settled, it’s time to recap the fun and ferocity that was the Colorful Seasons Floral Arranging Contest at the 2019 Douglas County Fair.

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DNR Invites You To See Them At State Fair

One of the very popular stops at the Minnesota State Fair is the Department of Natural Resourses exhibit.  This year their theme is “Public lands, owned by you, managed by DNR.”

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Shotgun In DC Fair Floral Faceoff

The Douglas County Fair is all about fun, food, family and friends.  And, cutthroat competition.

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Rush Hour In Douglas County

A retired DNR official was at Grant Lake last month.  His eagle eye spotted an unwelcome visitor—flowering rush.

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