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Classes begin at M State
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Photos by Brian Hansel M State students head for their classes Monday morning.
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M State students buy books on the first day of classes.
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A pair of students chow down at Monday's M State picnic in Wadena.
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State Senator Dan Skogen is joined by other dignitaries at the M State picnic Monday.
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Wadena Mayor and M State Business Manager Wayne Wolden works as a chef at the M State picnic.
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