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The Hawks’ depth was the difference in the game between the top two Class A teams in Minnesota.
Mirage going for first state title in six state tournament appearances.
Freshman scores two goals, including one in the final second of the first period as Mirage march on.
Mirage try to advance to first state title game.

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In today's "Kindness is Contagious" column, Nicole shares the story of a nice surprise for residents of a Minnesota senior living center.
The Canadian border is currently closed to tourists and cabin owners who want to access Minnesota's Northwest Angle and islands in Lake of the Woods. It is prompting many to travel there the way folks did 50 years ago, via a long, windy, bouncy trip over 40-plus miles of open water. But the destination always has made the journey worthwhile.
The parade stretched down the street and around a nearby corner. Dozens of vehicles participated, and their drivers and occupants displayed signs and shouted welcoming comments as they drove by. "Glad you're home," came a shout from one vehicle.
Through the eyes of a 10-year-old boy in a small northern Minnesota town, the events of 40 years ago this month left a lasting lesson in why we dream big dreams, and can rightfully expect the impossible to happen every now and then.
Nelson notches a hat trick, Bender scores two key goals in the third on her 18th birthday as C-E-C books date with Breck in Saturday's title game.
CLOQUET-ESKO-CARLTON (26-3) VS. WARROAD (22-4-2)

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The story of Northern Toboggan began in the early ’90s, when John Harren, a Warroad craftsman with family ties to northern Manitoba, became aware of the need for toboggans in remote communities of the North. He learned the trade through a Thompson, Man., mentor and started a small shop in Warroad in 1995.
Joshua Demmerly became a police officer in Warroad in February 2016.
WARROAD, Minn. — A former Warroad police officer entered an Alford plea Monday, Sept. 16, for abusing his power as an officer so he could stalk, kidnap and sexually assault a teen repeatedly for two years.

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