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Venison sausage contest info
The submission deadline for the News Tribune's annual venison sausage contest is 5 p.m. Dec. 10.
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Ice crystal sky
Two brilliant sundogs, a halo and a colorful circumzenithal arc (top) light up the sky around the sun Friday from Aurora, Minn. The phenonomena are caused by billions of ice crystals suspended in the bitter cold air that refract light like miniature prisms. (Bob King / email@example.com)
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