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A look back at the Minnesotan who inspired more than one of his songs and how the state's cold spring inspired another.
In 1991, the station had four signs, and “I’ve collected everything else,” said Ernie Johnson while looking around the garage filled with old items. People enjoy milling through the station for a look at Whalan history, classic cars, old pumps, car signs and hand crank items.
This annual event at Split Rock Lighthouse in Two Harbors commemorates the sinking of the freighter Edmund Fitzgerald and the total loss of the 29 crew members aboard 47 years ago on November 10, 1975.
Brittany Lind and Kala Moria host the weekly paranormal podcast "Left of Skeptic" in order to discuss all things ghost, alien, and all-together spooky.
Sparse remnants linger of what served as the most famous feature of the Duluth streetcar system in the late 1800s.
The mystery of who robbed a Wahpeton bank in September 1932, endured until the man bragged about it 40 years later. He was 'Public Enemy No. 1' and 'the scourge of the Midwest.'

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Discounted admissions to the grounds will continue through Sunday.
Some are buildings and corridors are threatened by demolition and others face possible future jeopardy.
Minnesota in the 1930s. While St. Paul was considered a crook’s haven for mobsters to lay low, the infamous Al Capone was known to wander up North for rest and respite. Some point to St. Paul law enforcement as the key instigators in making Minnesota mob-friendly.

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