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Treasure hunting. Woodcarving. Quilting. Researching ancestry. Checkmating. Table tennis-ing.
One resident, numerous anecdotes
A beautiful three-day weekend in southeastern Minnesota drew many into the woods and rivers for duck hunting and fishing. Then the storm hit. The Armistice Day Blizzard of 1940 killed more than 150 people, including 49 in Minnesota.
Columnist Steve Lange has taken up satellite watching. And he want you to, too.
Mike Pattinson

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Columnist Steve Lange talks to the retired IBMer and Chicago and Lake Pepin sailing legend.
Julian Wera--a member of arguably baseball’s greatest team, the 1927 Yankees--spent his post-baseball career raising his family in Rochester, working as the longtime butcher at the Piggly Wiggly, and setting the record straight about the reports of his “death” in 1948.

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