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There is no lack of quaintness at the Joshua Sanford Field Airport.
Dolly Parton and Porter Wagoner are sitting on the mixing board right next to Herb Hoppe, smiling at him from the case of an eight-track tape released in the early 1970s.
Richard Roach, former longtime English teacher in Gilbert, put the following message on Facebook on June 1:
The Sartell man ripped off his employer, family and friends in two separate schemes.
The store closed in 1994 and the space on the corner of Minnesota Street and 7th Place E. has been vacant since. Its revival is the latest in downtown St. Paul's makeover.
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The Twins will hire a presidential-level executive who will have authority over all baseball decisions yet be freed from the day-to-day particulars of the GM job. That person will then hire a GM.
The State Supreme Court will make final decision on whether the Republican representing Chisago County will be on ballot.
Maine's bombastic Republican governor has built a reputation on his unfiltered comments, but his obscene tirade unleashed on a liberal lawmaker prompted Democratic lawmakers Friday to warn that the governor was coming unhinged and to call for a political intervention.