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Week of 5-10-19: Featuring Simon Holt from St. Andrews, Dave Sadlowski from Ruttgers Bay Lodge and Dave Torbison from Mankato Golf Club

This week on Lakes Woods and Irons Chris interviews Simon Holt from St. Andrews, who just became only the 45th person to play the top 100 golf courses in the world. Dave Sadlowski Director of Golf at Ruttgers Bay Lodge joins us and Dave Torbison General Manager at the Mankato Golf Club joins us in promoting Golf-a-palooza for kids at …

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A Huge Wave Knocks Down Two Girls Taking Pictures

They always say when taking selfies, pay attention to what’s around you. Somebody was shooting video of the tide pools at Queen’s Bath in Hawaii, and they saw two girls on the rocks taking pictures . . . until a giant wave came by and knocked them down. Luckily they only had a few scratches.

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Let’s Join Our Local Mail Carrier To Stamp Out Hunger!

This Saturday is Stamp Out Hunger day!  It’s your local postal workers joining forces to collect nonperishable groceries for the local food shelf!  This is a nationwide event so no matter where you’re listening, you can make it part of your weekend. A lot of us will be up early for fishing opener in Minnesota, so before you slip out …

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7 Deer Test Positive For CWD At Merrifield Deer Farm

The January discovery of a CWD-positive wild deer carcass near Upper Mission Lake that sparked countywide controversy, has taken another turn. Seven deer originating from a deer farm in Merrifield tested positive for chronic wasting disease, the Minnesota Board of Animal Health reported Wednesday, May 8. The board received CWD test results from the “depopulation” of 112-acre Trophy Woods Ranch, …

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A Massive Dust Storm Filmed From Inside A Plane

This video looks like something you’d see in a movie.  A passenger on a plane in Australia filmed a massive dust storm that stretched for miles. It’s a wall of orange dust, and according to the post, the storm was so dense that it blocked out sunlight for people on the ground.      

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