Mankato history village now center of flood fight
MANKATO, Minn. (AP) — Federal officials say a cluster of replica buildings where an annual Minnesota history festival is held sits in a flood zone and must go.
The Star Tribune reports the buildings are owned by 75-year-old philanthropist Jack McGowan. Mankato's annual History Fest is held in the pretend village at the confluence of the Le Sueur and Blue Earth rivers.
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