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“I’m clearly not an art teacher; I’m just a high-schooler who’s passionate about art," Hartley Bauer said. Her actual high school art teacher begs to differ.
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Vaughn Murray’s limo fish house, which is parked within casting distance of his dock on the Ontario side of the Rainy River, has four holes and electric heat.
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A juvenile bald eagle was brought to an animal rehabilitation center in La Crosse, Wisconsin after being hit more than 80 miles away.
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“What we’ve done is decolonize the organization," Christina Woods said.

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"Home with the Lost Italian" columnist Sarah Nasello says this Italian Grazing Salad recipe will bring some variety and excitement to your meals.
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A two-decade sentence for manufacturing and distributing cocaine proved to be a turning point for the Wisconsin native, who has transitioned to a career aimed at improving the lives of others facing incarceration.
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A spate of recent fires underscores the danger of leaving empty, condemned buildings to linger on the scene.
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Colleagues reflect on the life and work of Adolph Ojard Jr., a Knife River native who dedicated much of his life to Lake Superior and Great Lakes industry.

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