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Listen: School start stressful for families awaiting slots in after-school program

Staff shortage forces KEY Zone to put kids on waiting lists; Duluth actor to compete on "Dancing with the Stars”; city archery hunts work to reduce deer numbers.

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A shortage of workers forced KEY Zone to put many children on waiting lists.

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