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Store Seeks To Shame Shoppers

When you shop Alexandria first, do you go paper, plastic, or bring your own?

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Signs Of The Times In West Central Minnesota

Douglas County, Pope County, Todd County. They’re all over counties all around here–garage sales. That’s probably the most common name you see.

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Pop. Pop. Pop. Pop.

I didn’t know what was going on, but in Alexandria last weekend, while I was runnin’ down the road trying to loosen my load, I kept hearing this popping noise in my ears.

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Animals On The Air In Alexandria

Cool critters came to Cool 94.3 one June morning.  They were here to promote their home, Hemker Park and Zoo in Freeport, Minnesota.

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Day For Flags Across Alexandria

It’s a big day for the Grand Old Flag on Friday, June 14th.  So, what’s the biggest U.S. flag out there?

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Alexandria + Millennials = 1 Good Match

Who wouldn’t love living in rural Minnesota?  More than once Alexandria has been named a top small town in America, and why not? Lakes, opportunities, services, easy on-and-off access to Norwegians.

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See Rocketman With Johnny Rocket! Costume Inspiration

We are SO excited for our upcoming event – See Rocketman with Johnny Rocket!! We’re teaming up with the CEC Theatre here in Alexandria to bring you a special screening of the uncensored story of Elton John’s breakthrough years. Mark your calendar for June 6th!

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Banned Books No Laughing Matter In Alexandria School

Books are a hot topic in Alexandria’s Discovery Middle School.  I love books.  Fat books.  Skinny books.  Books that climb on rocks.

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The Truth About Mascara

I found the best mascara – and it’s not why you think!

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World War II Veteran’s Remains Return Home to Minnesota

After being missing in action for 77 years, yesterday a fallen World War II veteran’s remains were returned home to Minnesota. USS Oklahoma Radioman Third Class Dante Tini, 19, died December 7, 1941, during the early morning attack at Pearl Harbor.

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