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The Apostle Supper Club, atop the Radisson Hotel, is one of only about 15 revolving restaurants still operational and open to the public in the United States.
The legacy left from that fateful day lives on. Columnist Steve Lange tells the story.
Marv Spomer will be turning off the neon signs at Spomer Classics in Worthington, Minnesota. Spomer spent much of his life building his large collection — some of which is likely going to auction.
Linda Hazzard saw the wealthy Williamson sisters as the perfect victims for her dangerous fasting 'cure.' But when one died and the other dropped to 50 pounds, authorities started paying attention.

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It was an almost impenetrable copper box inside a cornerstone of Trinity Lutheran Church. Members learned it was a time capsule with surprises from the past, but what did the past want to share?
It will be a full day of activities inside the school and out, complete with sleigh rides, skating, a bonfire, a visit from Santa, and culminating with a music program upstairs in the auditorium.
Since its construction in 1885 by Civil War veterans, the Grand Army of the Republic Hall in Litchfield (the first built in Minnesota), remains a perfectly preserved piece of history, the same as it was when being used by veterans who built it as a place to gather, connect and socialize.
A look back at the Minnesotan who inspired more than one of his songs and how the state's cold spring inspired another.
The exhibit, a celebration of childhood memorabilia from the late '70s and early '80s, is open now at the Goodhue County History Center in Red Wing, Minnesota.
In 1991, the station had four signs, and “I’ve collected everything else,” said Ernie Johnson while looking around the garage filled with old items. People enjoy milling through the station for a look at Whalan history, classic cars, old pumps, car signs and hand crank items.

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Forty years ago Nov. 2, Rudy Perpich was elected governor of Minnesota, returning for two full terms to the office he'd previously occupied for a partial term. He would become Minnesota's longest-serving governor, and the only one to hail from the Iron Range.
Still in business today, 140-year-old Storey Taxidermy in Duluth was founded by a "chiropractor" who peddled quackery.
The current debate over the daylight-saving time echoes early battles in Minnesota against clock shift mandates, amid a mishmash of local rules.

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