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CROMWELL

South Ridge and Cromwell-Wright runners take different paths to achieving same result.
The Northland's largest candy store hopes to bring iconic hot air ballooning back with an annual event.
The farm, located in Cromwell, was originally purchased in 1918 by Charles and Wilhelmena Anderson for $6.20 per acre.
Here's a list of events planned to celebrate the 4th of July.
Derek Nyberg’s father and grandfather built the three-bedroom, two-bathroom cabin in 1974 using cedar and pine from nearby woods.
Cloquet’s Hansen and Turnbull also score in double figures to help offset 29 from Barnum’s Peterson

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Veterans runners put in strong performances at St. Olaf.
Rock Ridge junior had to overcome broken ankle suffered right after the track season ended last June.
Rock Ridge boys and Duluth East girls take team titles.

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