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Popular Lund boats made in New York Mills factory will be common on Minnesota lakes on fishing opener Saturday, May 14.
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Jigs have caught more world-record fish than any other lure and will be the go-to choice for many anglers on Minnesota's fishing opener May 14.
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Deadline to enter 2022 Minnessota bear hunt lottery is May 6.
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"Home With the Lost Italian" food columnist Sarah says this recipe makes a beautiful brunch salad that's fresh and brightly flavored.

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University of Minnesota Duluth researchers found cooler water and higher stream flows with beaver dams in place.
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It’s not just a Duluth phenomenon. In the Twin Cities, winds gusted to 30 mph or higher on 46 days this winter, blowing away the previous record of 32 gusty days.
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In the fifth and final installment of our "Liquid Gold" series, we explore how a friendship between the two became the blueprint for changing the world through food.
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No counting carbs, no obsessing over weight: Some American tourists see that eating like the Greeks is not only more fun, but possibly better for your health, in the fourth installment of our "Liquid Gold" series.
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Eugene Ladopoulos is a former economic advisor who traded in his business suit for a quieter life as an olive farmer. But his passion project is now touching countless lives in the American Midwest.
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While Thomas Jefferson's mission to bring "liquid gold" to colonial America failed, 250 years later, American foodies are following his lead.

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"Growing Together" columnist Don Kinzler shares tips for caring for your lawn, perennial garden, shrubs and trees this spring.
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In Forum Communications' special report "Liquid Gold," we travel overseas with a group of Midwesterners as they go back to the cradle of Western civilization to learn life-changing lessons about slowing down, eating for pleasure and connecting with others to make the world a better place. And it all started with a simple bottle of olive oil.
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"Home with the Lost Italian" food columnist Sarah Nasello says her recipe for duchess potatoes will impress any dinner guest.

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