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TOURISM

After writing four editions herself, Anne Arthur invited her daughter Signy Sherman to collaborate on the the latest.
After two years of events being canceled or dramatically scaled back due to the pandemic, Minnesota tourism officials are declaring business as usual for the summer of 2022, as several of the state’s big gatherings celebrating anniversaries of note.
A new National Geographic book by Stephanie Pearson is rooted in her childhood exploring Duluth's Hartley Park.
During the 2022 Explore Minnesota Tourism Conference, several individuals, organizations and tourism businesses were recognized at the annual Explore Minnesota Tourism Awards for their contributions to the state's travel industry.

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The push comes after tourism and hospitality industry businesses saw a hit from the pandemic and state efforts to curb it.
Duluth Sport Show bookings may help make up for two lost summers of business.
Despite the operating loss, the 2021 Fair drew 1.3 million attendees
The Minnesota Department of Transportation plans to remove trees from the Smoky Hills State Forest before it resurfaces Highway 34 in 2023.
When I first arrived in Bemidji to work at the Pioneer, I set a goal, vowing to leave something good behind. Now, as I head into my final few weeks at the Pioneer, I sincerely hope I leave behind something as good as the impression the Northwoods and its people have left on me.
The Bemidji Sculpture Walk has added five new members to its board of directors and has opened its call for the 2022 sculpture competition.

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For a time, the longest skate path in the United States could be found in Vermont, measuring in at about 4.5 miles. But now, the close-knit town of Warroad, Minn., has claimed that title with its community-driven Riverbend Skate Path.
While Grand Marais is a year-round destination, these colder months are certainly its more off-season time. This means lodging is less expensive and the town isn’t overflowing with people -- all pluses for me, as I was looking for a quiet and relatively inexpensive getaway.
Bentleyville organizers are still looking for volunteers to pick up shifts.

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