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MAHTOMEDI — The adventure never stops for Dave and Amy Freeman—after spending a year living in the Boundary Waters wilderness, they will share their story while traveling 1,750 miles to Washington, D.C. by bicycle. Their next stop: Mahtomedi. 

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FOREST LAKE — After a fire that completely destroyed the gun range at Lakes Trading Company, the business has announced that it will reopen as soon as possible.

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FOREST LAKE — For the third year running, Hosanna Lutheran Church in Forest Lake will once again hold a three-day Feed My Starving Children Mobile Pack April 19-21. 

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FOREST LAKE — Anything could be waiting in the darkness of the Viet Cong tunnels—booby traps, snakes, enemy soldiers and other perils. A few specialty soldiers known as “tunnel rats” were charged with facing this danger head-on during the Vietnam War.

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AMERY—Seeing a newborn animal in spring is one of the many special pleasures of the season, but wildlife experts want you to know that the best way to care for these animals is to let them stay wild.

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CHISAGO LAKE TOWNSHIP — When the Comfort Lake-Forest Lake Watershed District (CLFLWD) worked with one farmer to restore one wetland that fed one small fishing lake, a 60 percent reduction in phosphorus loading to Moody Lake was noted within six months. Excess phosphorus is the No. 1 source o…

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FOREST LAKE — The Forest Lake Planning Commission stood by its earlier decision to recommend a text amendment to the multifamily zoning code at its March 14 meeting. The amendment has already appeared before the Forest Lake City Council, but it was sent back to the Planning Commission when t…

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FOREST LAKE — The Forest Lake Drumline invites everyone to watch its final performance of the show “Escape” at Forest Lake Area High School Sunday, April 8. The show runs from 3 to 4 p.m. in the gymnasium.