A man and his classic
Jerry Ring, a financial adviser for American Express in Brainerd, made a good choice when he took his client's advice.
Guess the year, make and model
The Dispatch received this photograph of a truck that the anonymous owner described as "crusty, rusty and relic."
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Wheat receipts Wednesday 147, a year ago 123.
SOUTH ST. PAUL (AP) (USDA) -- Wednesday cattle estimate: 400. Last Wednesday: 516. Year ago Wednesday: 548. Tuesday actual: 1337.
Treat yourself to homemade hot fudge sundae
Every once in a while it's fun to make your own hot fudge sauce for sundaes or banana splits.
Chili is always a favorite when friends and family gather to party, and this recipe is one of countless variations to consider for your entertaining menus, and for any kind of tailgating.
Beefy tribute marks 40th anniversary of Julia Child TV series
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) -- Julia Child's classic television series, "The French Chef," first aired on PBS in February of 1963. It introduced Child's enthusiastic cooking style and proved to be a pioneer in the hugely successful field of television cooking shows.
Combine favorite snacks for a Super Bowl treat
A dish inspired by two favorite snacks is bound to score high on Super Bowl Sunday or any other hungry, nail-chewing game day.
Ray A. Sloan, 23, and Megan R. Anderson, 19, both of Crosby.
Contact your Minnesota lawmakers
Area legislators and how to contact them.
Cuyuna heritage society launches membership drive
IRONTON -- The Cuyuna Country Heritage Preservation Society has launched a membership drive for 2003.
December unemployment rate down slightly
ST. PAUL (AP) -- Minnesota's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for December was 3.9 percent, down one-tenth of a percentage point from November, state officials announced Tuesday.
Cass County Social Services finishes 2002 under budget
WALKER -- Cass County Social Services ended 2002 at 3 percent under budget, having spent $9,225,525 rather than the expected $9,549,957.
Northwest reports $488 million loss in fourth quarter
EAGAN (AP) -- Northwest Airlines on Tuesday reported a fourth-quarter loss of $488 million, with much of the loss coming from one-time costs related to retiring older, less-efficient airplanes and closing several facilities.
'Love and Honor'
When Steve Magdich died nearly three years ago at age 87, his son, Lon Magdich, a California cinematographer, decided to create a video about his father's life.
Despite objections, Cass approves first reading for proposed land use ordinance changes
WALKER -- Over objections from Backus area attorney Jim Ballenthin and Greg Johnson, who lives on a natural environment lake, the Cass County Board Tuesday approved the first reading for changes proposed to the county land use ordinance.
Staples Motley Community Education offers variety of classes
STAPLES -- Staples Motley Community Education offers the following upcoming classes. Call (218) 894-2497 to register.
Senior transportation figures reported to Cass board
WALKER -- Volunteers drove 649 senior riders 144,472 miles to medical services in 2002 through the Cass County Council on Aging senior transportation program.
Heating bills see spike as natural gas prices rise
ST. PAUL (AP) -- The return of subzero temperatures in Minnesota means many people will be cranking up the heat -- and paying the price.
More veterans using satellite offices in Cass County
WALKER -- Cass County Veterans Services Officer Faye Dudley reported to the Cass County Board Tuesday more veterans are using the satellite office services each month.
Cass officials, snowmobile clubs happy with uniform payment system, computerized tracking for grooming trails
WALKER -- Cass County Land Commissioner Norm Moody explained to the Cass County Board Tuesday how snowmobile trails are groomed and improved computerized tracking his department has developed for times trails are groomed.
Four-state dairy conference set Feb. 17 in Carver County
Improving dairy cow comfort and health along with accelerated calf growth will be topics at a four-state dairy conference Feb. 17 in Carver County.
Cattails were contrasted against open water in the Crosby-Ironton area.
Teachers participate in Somali tradition of hand painting
ROCHESTER (AP) -- Slowly, Kadra Jimale traced the outline of a petal on the palm of a woman's open hand. She drew another and then another, in the same painstaking fashion, creating the impression of an exotic flower unfolding on the woman's palm.
DEERWOOD -- The Deerwood Lakes Lions Club announces its annual scholarship program for seniors at Aitkin, Brainerd and Crosby-Ironton high schools.
Cass debates increase in zoning permit fee
WALKER -- Over objections from Cass County Commissioner Rusty Lilyquist, the county board approved on a 4-1 vote Tuesday a 5 percent zoning permit fee increase for 2003.
Reading helps spelling winner
A passion for reading helped Alexander Continenza win the Brainerd School District's Spelling Bee Contest Wednesday.
Crow Wing Power is offering students from 10 area high schools in Crow Wing, Cass and Morrison counties an opportunity to win an all-expense paid trip to Washington, D.C., scheduled for June 14-19.
The Brainerd Personnel and Finance Committee will meet 6 p.m. Jan. 30 at city hall to discuss potential cuts to the city's 2003 budget.
Brainerd council approves addressing fee
The city will charge an additional $10 per Enhanced 911 address application within the city limits but outside of an agreed upon addressing boundary the city has made with Crow Wing County.
Students sue C-I School over alleged free speech violation
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Two students argue in a lawsuit that the principal of Crosby-Ironton High School violated their free-speech rights by ordering them to alter fliers promoting their Bible study group.
Study looks at county housing
Rental housing construction has increased at dramatic levels.
C-I facing drastic cuts
CROSBY -- Between 15 to 17 teachers may lose their jobs in the Crosby-Ironton School District by the 2003-04 school year.
Cass board does flip-flop
WALKER -- The Cass County Board Tuesday voted another first in 100 years of action by accepting resignations from Chair Rusty Lilyquist and Vice Chair Jim Demgen, then selecting a different chair and vice chair within two weeks of the new year.
Cass personnel issues discussed
WALKER -- Cass County Commissioners Dick Downham and Rusty Lilyquist, who constitute the personnel committee, reported Tuesday to the board on their Jan. 10 meeting.
Ripley troops activated
CAMP RIPLEY -- About 145 Minnesota National Guard members based at Camp Ripley will begin the process of saying goodbye to family, friends and their everyday jobs this week as they pack and prepare for a one-year deployment to Southwest Asia to support the war on terrorism.
Outgoing Aitkin County Board cuts successors' pay
AITKIN (AP) -- Most of the Aitkin County board was voted out in November's election. But board members left a parting gift for their successors -- a pay cut of nearly 40 percent.
Housing study highlights
* Crow Wing County's population increased by more than 24 percent between 1990 and 2000. The larger Brainerd lakes area population increased by more than 27 percent. Brainerd's population increased by less than 7 percent while Baxter's population increased by more than 50 percent.
Members of the Crow Wing County chapter of Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life marched Wednesday to the Crow Wing County Courthouse for a program and prayer on the 30th anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade decision, which legalized abortion. (Dispatch Photo by Steve Kohls)
Action delayed on tobacco license application
WALKER -- The Cass County Board delayed action on Foot Hills Saloon and Restaurant's application for a tobacco license Tuesday.
This was Brainerd
20 years ago (1983) - The Brainerd School Board was told that Gov. Rudy Perpich will "more than likely" recommend per-pupil state aids of $1,475, up from the $1,330 received now.
Baxter City Council plans meetings
BAXTER -- Baxter City Council had a relatively short meeting Tuesday night, but set a number of additional meetings in the next two months to continue familiar topics.
Getting ready to deploy
CAMP RIPLEY -- Last week, Jaquelle Sevigny was like any other student beginning a new semester at St. Cloud State University.
Approval still lack on Piehl property
The city's purchase of the Roger Piehl property in northwest Brainerd is again on hold.
Housing market influences and sale prices for 2002 are part of a look at the year past and a preview of things to come in Friday's Housing section.
Baxter sales tax talk resurfaces
BAXTER -- A local option sales tax continues as a topic at Baxter City Hall. The council will seek public input in March.
Look for a preview of movies that will come out this year, many of which are sequels, in Thursday's Tempo section.
Third teen charged in death of Cass Lake man
WALKER (AP) -- A third teenager from Cass Lake has been charged in the beating death of a blind man on the town's main street.
Baxter tradition will live on Effort to ban leaf burning is turned back
BAXTER -- Leaf burning will continue in Baxter.
This huge half of a sundog provided the perfect background for frozen cattails south of Brainerd this morning. The temperature dipped to 11 below Tuesday night.
This was Brainerd
JANUARY 22 - 100 years ago (1903) - Red hot bargains: 1-2 pint bottle Horseradish, 10; Gopher brand Salmon, per can 15; EArly June Peas, per can 7; 40 bars Fine Laundry Soap, $1. L.J. Cale
Board awaits St. Paul action
WALKER -- The Cass County Board voted Tuesday not to distribute any money from county unallocated funds until after state legislative action concludes this year, so the board can determine how much money the county actually will receive this year.
Inmate medical costs pose concern
WALKER -- Cass County commissioners Tuesday asked Jail Administrator Bert Woodford to control inmate medical costs in any manner he sees fit.
LITTLE FALLS -- Frances Spedevick, 86, Little Falls, died Monday, Jan. 20, 2003, at St. Gabriel's Hospital in Little Falls.
Nels W. Reynolds
HILLMAN -- Nels William Reynolds, 76, Hillman, died Monday, Jan. 20, 2003, in Onamia.
Anna C. Ocel
AITKIN -- Anna C. Ocel, 99, Aitkin, formerly of McGregor, died Monday, Jan. 20, 2003, at Aicota Health Care Center in Aitkin.
Martha A. Zimmerman
Martha A. Zimmerman, 89, Brainerd, died Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2003, at Bethany Good Samaritan Village in Brainerd.
Lois A. Norr
GOLDEN VALLEY -- Lois A. Norr, 79, Golden Valley, formerly of Little Falls, died Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2003, at Colonial Acres in Golden Valley.
Ella M. Pike
SOUTH BELOIT, Ill. -- Ella M. Pike, 61, South Beloit, Ill., formerly of Crosby, died Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2003, at home.
LITTLE FALLS -- Frances Spedevick, 86, Little Falls, died Monday, Jan. 20, 2003, at St. Gabriel's Hospital in Little Falls.
Alma C. Whitney
Alma C. Whitney, 100, Brainerd, died Monday, Jan. 20, 2003, at Bethany Good Samaritan Village in Brainerd.
Irene M. Card
EUREKA, Mont. -- Irene Margaret Card, 84, Eureka, Mont., died Monday, Jan. 20, 2003, in Mountain View Manor Nursing Home in Eureka.
STAPLES -- Floyd Howard, 64, Staples, died Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2003, at Greater Staples Care Center.
MORA -- Penny Strom, 23, Mora, formerly of Upsala, died Monday, Jan. 20, 2003, at Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis.
After four years in the glaring spotlight does Jesse Ventura have anything left to say to the American people? We'll find out this year if reports that the former Minnesota governor will host an MSNBC talk show prove true.
LGA helps low-wealth cities
In the run-up to the Legislature's deliberations on how to best fix a $4.56 billion projected budget deficit, Local Government Aid has been vilified as a black hole, a worthless program that exists only to suck wealth from state government.
In a January 15, 2003, letter the writer from Merrifield states that "Someone should also find out why Fisheries is allowing unharvested Walleye fingerlings to die unused in rearing ponds this winter while the stocking quota goes unmet."
Opinions derived from editorial board
Editorial views in The Brainerd Dispatch represent a consensus of opinion by members of the newspaper's editorial board.
Vox Pop, voice of the people, publishes Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Submissions are limited to 100 words.
Just wondering if anyone else is having the same problem I am with the Brainerd mail service. There is something wrong with the internal workings of the Brainerd Post Office when I get mail forwarded to me for four weeks on a regular basis and then all of a sudden I get five pieces of mail, some of them mailed from their home base on Dec. 9 and two of these were invoices that needed to be paid by the tenth of the month.
Bill Mauldin - Dispatch Editorial
In the later years of his phenomenally popular cartoon strip "Peanuts" Charles Schulz established a running gag that he indulged in each November.
News council can settle disputes
The Minnesota News Council is an independent organization that examines citizens complaints alleging inaccuracy, unfairness or unethical conduct by the media.
BIR announces 2003 racing schedule
Brainerd International Raceway will celebrate its 34th season of motorsports racing with a 2003 schedule of events that could be one of the most unique among major U.S. tracks.
Minnesota State Band won't miss a beat; contribution will keep it playing
ST. PAUL (AP) -- The Minnesota State Band will play on, thanks to a contribution from a small Twin Cities corporation.
Dying musician gets wish
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Thomas Nystrom had one wish come true when his band opened for the Beatles in 1965. But for Nystrom, who is terminally ill with colon cancer, his second wish means the most.
Ground water suspected in 'black holes' on lakes
ST. PAUL (AP) -- Warmer ground water flowing in from lake bottoms may be what is causing areas of open water and thin ice on North Long Lake, Forest Lake and several lakes in the Cambridge and Chisago City areas, two water experts say.
Minnesota seniors reach Canadian drug deal
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- The Minnesota Senior Federation announced Tuesday that it has negotiated an agreement under which any member can get drugs mailed from Canada at about half the U.S. retail price.
DFL tries to regroup after tough election
ST. PAUL (AP) -- What a difference a few months makes.
Teen who set fire at Territorial Prison faces $28 million bill
STILLWATER (AP) -- The teen who got six months in jail for an arson that destroyed part of the old Minnesota Territorial Prison in Stillwater could end up with a sentence that really burns -- a bill for $28 million.
Open water on Lake Minnetonka claims two teens
DEEPHAVEN (AP) -- A 17-year-old girl who pulled herself out of icy Lake Minnetonka after a car plunged into an open patch died within 100 yards of shore, authorities said.
Pawlenty issues deadline for short-term budget fix
ST. PAUL (AP) -- The Legislature will need to maintain its hurried pace to meet an early February deadline Gov. Tim Pawlenty set Tuesday for lawmakers to bite off a $356 million chunk of a $4.56 billion budget problem.
18-month-old hospitalized after 3 hours on bus
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- An 18-month-old boy was hospitalized after spending more than three hours in a cold school bus Wednesday night, police said.
Worthington students mourn classmates
WORTHINGTON (AP) -- Tear-streaked students trickled into the hallways of Worthington High School Tuesday morning after teachers announced that two of their classmates had died.
Reports: Pawlenty to name Stanek DPS chief
ST. PAUL (AP) -- Gov. Tim Pawlenty was expected to name a five-term state representative and Minneapolis police inspector as the new commissioner of the Department of Public Safety, according to news reports.
Pilot project will survey knowledge of beef irradiation
WILLMAR (AP) -- School districts in Willmar, Sauk Rapids and Spring Lake Park are testing an education project on the use of irradiated ground beef in school lunches to help districts around the state decide whether to use irradiated beef.
Masked man sparks Warriors past Bemidji
Who was that masked man?
Pequot Lakes edges Staples-Motley girls
PEQUOT LAKES -- Mandy Roggenkamp's layup with four seconds remaining gave the Peqout Lakes Patriots a 36-35 victory over Mid-State Conference rival Staples-Motley in girls' basketball Tuesday.
Brainerd swims past Princeton
PRINCETON -- Brainerd diver Shaun Kennedy recorded the second-highest reported score in the state as the Brainerd Warriors lapped the Princeton Tigers 102-79 in swimming and diving Tuesday.
Raiders heat things up with hot shooting
Temperatures were frigid outside, but inside the Central Lakes College gym the Raiders' men's basketball team turned up the heat on the Northland Pioneers with a 84-63 victory Wednesday.
Brainerd flattens Sartell wrestlers
SARTELL -- The Brainerd Warriors won 11 matches and cruised past the Sartell Sabres 70-9 in a Central Lakes Conference wrestling meet Tuesday.
Local sports shorts
Brainerd Warriors wrestling coach Bob Brakke will be the speaker at the Brainerd Sports Boosters Club meeting, which begins noon Thursday at the Sharing Bread Soup Kitchen located at 923 Oak St. between the Triangle Store and Temple Baptist Church.
CLC women 'learning,' roll to third straight win
It may have taken a while, but the Central Lakes College Raiders women's basketball team is finally heading in the right direction.
Aitkin splits in wrestling in home triangular
AITKIN -- The Aitkin Gobblers lost to Meadow Creek Christian 28-25 and defeated Little Falls 34-30 in a triangular wrestling meet Tuesday.
How do Warriors do it year after year in gymnastics?
For about 40 years the Oakland Raiders motto has been "A Commitment to Excellence." The Raiders back that up with one of the highest winning percentages in professional sports and three Super Bowl victories.
Rangers battle Gobblers
Crosby-Ironton's Ryan Kuschel (left) nearly swatted the ball away from John Swanson of Aitkin in Tuesday's game.
Warrior girls win alpine ski meet
KIMBALL -- Four skiers in the top 10 helped the Brainerd Warrior girls' alpine team to first place in the Buffalo Invitational at Powder Ridge Tuesday.
ML-WR defeats Grizzlies in boys' hockey
CROSBY -- Kris Boike scored two goals and added an assist as the Crosby-Ironton-Aitkin Grizzlies lost to Moose Lake/Willow River 5-4 in boys' hockey Tuesday.
Dragons squeak past Little Falls girls
LITTLE FALLS -- Little Falls goalie Kim Meyer stopped 23 shots but it was the two that got by her that were enough to give the Litchfield Dragons a 2-0 win over the Flyers in girls' hockey Tuesday.
Brainerd boys shut out Apollo
ST. CLOUD -- The Brainerd Warriors got things rolling in the first period with short-handed goals by Tyler Peterson and Morgan Shepherd during the same penalty on their way to a 5-0 win over St. Cloud Apollo in Central Lakes Conference boys' hockey Tuesday.
Consistency is Lorenz' hallmark
Kathleen Lorenz already ranks among the elite gymnasts in Brainerd Warriors history.
WOMEN'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Big third period lifts Warriors to win
ANOKA -- The Brainerd Warriors adapted floor hockey team turned a close 5-4 game into a 10-4 route as they scored five unanswered goals in the third period to defeat Anoka Wednesday.
Mandy's work helps stop Apollo
Following the "oohs" and "aahs" emitted by Brainerd Warrior girls' hockey fans there was always a "Good job, Mandy."
Local sports short
The first Victory League amateur baseball meeting of the year is scheduled 7:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 7, at the Red Bull Bar in Little Falls.
Crosby-Ironton boys defeat Aitkin
CROSBY -- Jon Jasman scored 18 points and Tony Zontelli 16 to spark the Crosby-Ironton Rangers past the Aitkin Gobblers 65-53 in non-conference boys' basketball Tuesday.
Tabatt leads Little Falls gymnasts past W-DC
WADENA -- Shae Tabatt won two events, and took second in the other two, as the Little Falls Flyers defeated the Wadena-Deer Creek Wolverines 127.225 to 123.825 in gymnastics Tuesday.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) -- LaVell Blanchard isn't taking credit for Michigan's 75-63 win over Minnesota on Wednesday. But his teammates aren't buying it. That sort of thing happens when you score 28 points, including 24 in the second half.
State sports briefs
What Suzie McConnell Serio might lack in professional coaching experience, the Minnesota Lynx believe, she makes up for with attitude.
Wolves win third straight
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- The Minnesota Timberwolves finally won three in a row. But they'd rather think about getting a fourth.
Moss out for Pro Bowl, Driver in
EDEN PRAIRIE (AP) -- Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Randy Moss won't play in the Pro Bowl because he's still recovering from a knee sprain.
Jazz pianist to play in Pequot
PEQUOT LAKES -- Greater Lakes Area Performing Arts will host jazz pianist Butch Thompson in concert at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 8 in the Pequot Lakes School auditorium.
Crossing Arts Alliance offers art workshops
The Crossing Arts Alliance will offer the following art workshops. Register through Brainerd Community Education at 828-5372 beginning Monday.
Once scared to speak in public, Ocel now does it on a daily basis
When Brainerd High School senior Rob Ocel was in eighth grade, he was petrified of public speaking.
Gifted craftsman in Rochester creates dream guitars
ROCHESTER (AP) -- An e-mail from a new customer made Dec. 26 as joyful for Michael Keller as the day before.
Open classroom offered in Brainerd for artists to work
The Brainerd Area Art Club will sponsor an open classroom for artists who bring their own paints and pencils to work on projects from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday at the Crossing Arts Center in downtown Brainerd.
Musical couple to perform in Little Falls
LITTLE FALLS -- Husband-and-wife folk singers Curtis and Loretta look and sound as if they've just stepped out of a 1960s revival.
Three more performances of 'People Like Us' set at CLC
Central Lakes College has scheduled three more free performances of "People Like Us," a collaborative drama by theater students and those in the college's Occupational Skills Program.
Band elder to teach loom designs workshop Sunday
ONAMIA -- Learn the art of beading on a loom in a one-day workshop Sunday at the Mille Lacs Indian Museum.
Quarterly Tea Retreat set Feb. 15 in Little Falls
LITTLE FALLS -- Linden Hill and Bookin' It Bookstore of Little Falls will host their first Quarterly Tea Retreat for 2003 on Feb. 15.
Katy Hochmayr of East Gull Lake will perform with the St. Olaf College Band during a winter tour Saturday through Feb. 9.
Vocalist to entertain at Valentine dinner
AITKIN -- The Friends of the Arts will host a Midwinter Dinner Feb. 15 at the Aitkin Westside Calvary Church.
The Twin Cities Community Gospel Choir, which performed last year in the area, returns to stage a show at Tornstrom Auditorium at Washington Middle School in Brainerd.
Duluth dinner theater brings long-told joke to life
DULUTH (AP) -- You could find these folks in many a Northland wedding album, although you might not want to admit you know them.
Storyteller, folk singer from Idaho to take stage in Nisswa
NISSWA -- Storyteller and folk singer Rosalie Sorrels will be on stage Jan. 31 at the Nisswa Community Center for the first of six Friday night concerts in the Grassroots Concerts spring season.
Make your own Valentine's Day cards
NEW YORK MILLS -- Adults can learn the fine art of printmaking and create a set of five Valentine's Day cards at the New York Mills Regional Cultural Center.
CLC to present Readers' Theatre performance
Students in the Central Lakes College Readers' Theatre class will present Suzan Zeder's "Wiley And The Hairy Man" at 7 p.m. Feb. 4 in Bob Dryden Theatre, Brainerd.
Antique Snowmobile Rendezvous on tap
PEQUOT LAKES -- Local snowmobile history will be featured at this weekend's Antique Snowmobile Rendezvous in Pequot Lakes.
HACKENSACK -- Deep Portage Conservation Reserve will host its Winter Rendezvous on Saturday.
Picnic tables in Crosby Memorial Park were stacked for the winter.
Nisswa Lions host 476 from 44 Lions Clubs
EAST GULL LAKE -- The Nisswa Lions hosted the annual Lions' 5M9 Mid-Winter Convention earlier this month at Cragun's Conference Center on Gull Lake.
It's time to free up funds for National Scenic Byways Program
The National Scenic Byways Program is "an ideal partnership between federal, state and local governments, non-profit organizations and the business community."
Hackensack kids brave chill to fish for prizes
HACKENSACK -- The day broke in Hackensack with the sky clear, the temperature low and the wind brisk.
Chilled to the bone
Temperatures dropped to minus 35 degrees Wednesday as the cold wave hung on from the northern Plains into New England, keeping even the hardiest people indoors.
Iowa state forecast
Wind chill advisory this morning all but northwest iowa...
Iowa state forecast
Wind chill warning tonight into thursday morning north central into the northeast...
Minnesota state forecast
Wind chill advisory east this morning...
State forecast for north dakota
Wind chill advisory west and central today...
Minnesota state forecast
Wind chill warning part of the far southeast tonight...
Birthday celebration Weather drawing by Kali Rinde in the Garfield School second-grade class of Mrs. Redshaw.
State forecast for North Dakota
Wind chill advisory central and east today...
Wisconsin state forecast
Wind chill advisory most of wisconsin this morning...
State forecast for South Dakota
Winter weather advisory for black hills and southwest south dakota until noon...
State forecast for south dakota
Wind chill advisory central late this morning into this evening...
Weather drawing by Cari Kounkel in the Lowell second grade of Mrs. Sedlacheck.
Wisconsin state forecast
Wind chill advisory most of wisconsin tonight and early thursday...
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