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The rental near U.S. Highway 61 shares fictional moments in Winona’s history: a giant squid in East Lake Winona, Bigfoot’s enjoyment of Bloedow Bakery, robots defeating aliens at a Sugarloaf Intergalactic Gas Station and a secret NASA base at Video Vision.
In 1991, the station had four signs, and “I’ve collected everything else,” said Ernie Johnson while looking around the garage filled with old items. People enjoy milling through the station for a look at Whalan history, classic cars, old pumps, car signs and hand crank items.
“It makes me feel so good. I just get out there and I feel a whole lot younger," said Phyllis Lokker, a resident at The Waters on Mayowood, about her bubble blowing tradition.
Peter Schjeldahl was born in North Dakota and grew up in Minnesota. He found his voice in poetry and turned it to the visual arts, becoming a noted art critic. He also returned home and supported the installation of a controversial statue.
The traditional Latin American holiday combines Catholic and Indigenous themes, celebrating death as a part of life, according to the event's organizers.
Seconds after Isaac Wolfgram shut the basement door, a tornado tore the roof off of their Racine, Minnesota, home in an unprecedented severe weather outbreak in December 2021.

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Jimmy Dunbar and Sheila Daley of Rochester celebrate their life of second chances together.
Rebecca Cushman of rural Menahga can turn a Barbie doll into a Disney princess, using cake and buttercream frosting, among other award-winning kitchen feats.
Ida Lake couple Duane Gebhard and Jennifer Therkilsen-Gebhard have been RVing to service projects around the country since 2017.

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