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Fuse is lit for Roseville being state's first 'sanctuary suburb'

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Remembering those who served: Events scheduled for Twin Cities
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Remembering those who served: Events scheduled for Twin Cities

Several ceremonies are scheduled today around the Twin Cities to remember those who died in service to the country.
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Soundset survives last-minute cancellations in a strong 10th year

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Rays drill back-to-back homers in 15th to sink Twins

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JFK's last birthday: Gifts, champagne and wandering hands on presidential yacht

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