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A piece of land next to Garland's childhood home in Grand Rapids was at risk of being lost to commercial development. "It was a shocker," the museum's executive director said about the $45,000 Superior Choice Credit Union donation that made the purchase possible.
Season 1 of the docuseries "Rural By Choice" starring Perham-raised Cory Hepola aired in 2021 with great success. Now, the series is returning with a second season.
In a Thursday statement, Ticketmaster said that while it had anticipated a strong demand for the tour, the site logged nearly 3.5 billion system requests — more than four times the site’s previous peak.
This murder-mystery may have cast members dropping like flies, but it's not without lots of laughs. Performances are at 7 p.m. on Nov. 17, 18 and 19 in Memorial Auditorium.

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The former “Tonight Show” host is being treated at the Grossman Burn Center following the incident in Los Angeles that injured the left side of his face, TMZ reported Monday.
Concert is part of the singer's Summer Carnival tour.
WADENA — The Wadena County Historical Society regrets the cancellation of this month's BookEnds Online Edition program with award-winning Linda LeGarde Grover, author of "Gitchigami Hearts." Originally scheduled for Nov. 12, 2022 via ZOOM, her program has been postponed to next year on November 11, 2023. The WCHS apologizes for the inconvenience.
The summer of 2023 marks the 40th anniversary of WE Fest at Detroit Lakes' Soo Pass Ranch. This milestone will be celebrated with a star-packed main stage lineup. The 2023 festival runs Aug. 3-5, and music and camping packages are available via the show's website.
Wadena-area resident Paul Sailer, who has written two books about World War II aviation history, will be at the Detroit Lakes Public Library on Wednesday, Nov. 9 for a 10:30 a.m. presentation about his books, his own experiences as a Vietnam War helicopter pilot, and how those experiences inform his writing. This presentation in honor of Veteran's Day is free and open to the public.
Take a walk through one of Minnesota's most infamous murder cases at the Wadena Library.

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Kits can be picked up at your local library starting on November 1 and available until gone.
A Twin Cities-based flamenco performance group visited the New York Mills Regional Cultural Center on Wednesday, Oct. 12 to share their art with the community.
The 30-minute documentary film, which had its debut at the Fargo Theatre on Thursday, Oct. 13, was shot at Tamarac National Wildlife Refuge, located in the heart of Becker County, Minnesota.

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