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“All of a sudden I heard two huge blasts—and everything went silent," Chris Hess-Withbroe said from her Boston hotel room Monday evening. "Next thing I knew I saw people running hysterically through the streets."
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Organizers of the Nature Valley Bicycle Festival are seeking host families and volunteers during the Nature Valley Grand Prix, which begins June 12 and concludes five days later on Chilkoot Hill in Stillwater.
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After a strong season, the Lake Elmo Park Reserve ski trails will close for the year on Thursday. Grooming ended earlier this week on the two trails still open in Lake Elmo Park Reserve, and trail lights will be turned off Wednesday.
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Tuesday marks the 100th anniversary of the death of John W. Jackson, also known as “Bud” Fowler, the first black professional baseball player ever. Tuesday, Feb. 26 is “Bud” Fowler Day in Washington County.
The annual rite of spring for Minnesota bicyclists, the Minnesota Ironman Bicycle Ride, will take place in the St. Croix Valley this year after spending 13 years in the south metro.
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The Lake Elmo Lions ice fishing contest is set for Sunday, Feb. 3 from 1–3 p.m. on Lake Jane.
Vail Resorts, Inc., will purchase Afton Alps, and season pass holders will immediately receive a 25 percent discount for lift tickets at Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, Heavenly, Northstar and Kirkwood this season.
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Master Nathan Thorn made history when he became the youngest person in Minnesota to be promoted to 7th degree black belt.
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David Kaetterhenry, a 16-year-old Stillwater boy who has Down Syndrome, is among the young people who harvested their first deer during Minnesota’s firearm deer season.
The Ponies beat East Ridge 6-0 Tuesday night in the Section 4AA finals.
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