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  1. Historic house tour, peony root auctionRead the original story w/Photo

    17 min ago | Star Tribune

    The Minnesota Peony Society will host a peony root auction. Gardeners will demonstrate how to divide peonies and will be on hand to answer questions.

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  2. Metro Top 10: A shake-up at the topRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 16 | Star Tribune

    Friday night was a wild night of football, one that saw a state record set for total points in a game and four of the top five teams in last week's Metro Top 10 go down to defeat. There were nine undefeated teams in Class 6A going into the weekend, and only two, Lakeville North and Blaine, emerged unblemished.

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  3. After record attendance on Lake Harriet, Art Shanty Projects won't return this winterRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 11 | Star Tribune

    The art shanties that drew some 40,000 people to a frozen Lake Harriet last winter won't be popping up on the ice next year. The Art Shanty Projects announced Tuesday that after missing out on a major grant, it's running a $85,000 shortfall and won't hold its free, multi-weekend festival this winter, as planned.

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  4. Metro football Top 10: Lakeville North coach Brian Vossen changes his approachRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 9 | Star Tribune

    Lakeville North coach Brian Vossen is an affable sort, always willing to engage his passion for football. He typically reads and hears everything said about his team without bristling at criticism, and he gives as well as he takes.

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  5. 'Sleeper' trend: It's BYO blanket at Twin Cities movie theatersRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 8 | Star Tribune

    Back in the day, watching a movie at home required us to pry off our bunny slippers and go to the video store. Once movies came directly to us , all we had to do was zap a bag of microwave popcorn.

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  6. Eden Prairie wins 2A title in 3 OTsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 12, 2011 | Star Tribune

    A diving, rebound goal from Kyle Rau gave Eden Prairie a 3-2 victory at 4:43 of the third overtime period of Saturday's Class 2A state championship game at the Xcel Energy Center. Saturday marked the first time in 67 years of the state tournament that a championship game went to three overtime periods.

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  7. Walker Art Center surveys 60-year career of artist behind iconic Minneapolis pedestrian bridgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 6 | Star Tribune

    A man with a little salt in his black beard stood at the base of Minneapolis artist Siah Armajani's freshly repainted Irene Hixon Whitney Bridge last weekend. Pointing a smartphone toward a woman standing atop the bridge's stairwell, he shouted, sweetly: "Mira que linda!" The woman smiled, posing with delight.

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  8. White Bear Lake savors end of 19-game football losing streakRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 2 | Star Tribune

    White Bear Lake coach Ryan Bartlett could scarcely speak to his team after the Bears pulled off a last-minute, come-from-way-behind 28-27 victory over Centennial on Thursday. The victory was the first for the Bears since Oct. 9, 2015, ending a string of 19 losses.

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  9. What's it like living in a glass house? This Lake Minnetonka couple found outRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 1 | Star Tribune

    One was Philip Johnson's iconic 1949 rectangular Glass House. The couple admired the way the historic Connecticut dwelling disappears into the landscape.

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  10. Zebra mussel scourge hits Bald Eagle Lake, a metro muskie havenRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 28 | Star Tribune

    Zebra mussels have invaded Bald Eagle Lake in the northeast metro in what is expected to be a long-term blow to muskie anglers. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources describes Bald Eagle as the east metro's most popular muskie lake, located just north of the city of White Bear Lake.

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  11. Minnesota fishing reportRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 28 | Star Tribune

    Baudette area: On the Rainy River, walleye, smallmouth bass, sturgeon, northern pike, crappies and perch are being found on the weed and river edges. Near the Northwest Angle, walleye action has remained excellent, especially at the mud located off structure in depths of 21 to 30 feet.

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  12. Ranking every new Minnesota State Fair food from best to worstRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 24 | Star Tribune

    This was my 20th year of hitting the Great Minnesota Get-Together on the first day, draining my pocket of its Star Tribune-provided cash as I taste tested and rated the new-foods landscape from the midway to the former Machinery Hill. This year's crop of 27 "official" new foods was among the best I've encountered during this two-decade slog.

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  13. Zebra mussels found in 3 more Twin Cities lakesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 23 | Star Tribune

    Invasive and highly disruptive zebra mussels were recently found in Bald Eagle Lake north of White Bear Lake, Lake Johanna in Arden Hills and Lake Isabelle near Hastings, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has confirmed. The DNR is conducting follow-up surveys of all three lakes to determine how established the populations are and whether treatment options are possible.

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  14. Co-owner of Lillie Suburban Newspapers files for bankruptcyRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 21, 2018 | Star Tribune

    The co-owner of Lillie Suburban Newspapers, Jeffrey Enright, has filed for bankruptcy in a case that may be tangled with the finances of the North St. Paul-based media company. Enright on Monday filed under Chapter 7 of the U.S. bankruptcy code, which means he plans to liquidate assets to pay off creditors.

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  15. William Kent Krueger's 'Desolation Mountain' features a dead senator and dark plotsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 17, 2018 | Star Tribune

    After 16 novels chronicling the adventures, heartbreak and spiritual explorations of Northern Minnesota's part-Ojibwe sheriff-turned-private-eye Corcoran O'Connor, readers might be ready to declare enough of a good thing, right? But for those who have followed these progressive stories from prizewinning Twin Cities author William Kent Krueger, it's hard to get too much of Cork O'Connor. If his loyal spirit, derring-do, Iron Range ruggedness and protect-my-people nature don't hook you, an irresistible story line will.

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  16. Overturned semi has I-694 closed in White Bear LakeRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 16, 2018 | Star Tribune

    A semitrailer truck flipped over on westbound I-694 at McKnight Road early Thursday blocking all lanes. The State Patrol says it could be a few hours before the big rig is uprighted and lanes are reopened.

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  17. Readers Write: Minnesota's primary election, sexual-assault cases,...Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 15, 2018 | Star Tribune

    With all the opportunity to vote by absentee ballot or at the polls, how can we really cheer the primary turnout the "highest in decades" at a mere 21.5 percent? As a democratic nation and progressive state, we should have closer to 100 percent participation in all our votes. The major votes were split 65 percent Democrat and 35 percent Republican, but both parties reflect an apathy attitude of 78.5 percent nonparticipants.

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  18. Show youngsters where they're biting, and someday they'll do the same for youRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 14, 2018 | Star Tribune

    School starts soon, and if you, as a parent, missed the opportunity this summer to take your daughter or son to a lake or river in search of sunnies, crappies, bass, northerns or walleyes, commit now to getting them onto the water next summer. That's what happened last October when Dominic Schneider, 25, of St. Paul called his dad, Mark, and asked him to come to White Bear Lake, where the younger Schneider was fishing.

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  19. Minnesota fishing reportRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 14, 2018 | Star Tribune

    Alexandria area: Area lakes continue to produce a solid walleye bite, especially in evening hours. Good numbers of bass, crappies and sunfish have been active at all hours.

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  20. White Bear Lake football coach has new perspective as practice beginsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 12, 2018 | Star Tribune

    Ryan Bartlett sits in the coaches' office, looking out at the now-empty weight room at White Bear Lake High School's south campus. He's been in this office nearly every day over the spring and summer, seemingly no different from football coaches across the state, preparing for the upcoming season.

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