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Column: Drive-in nostalgia

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Many holidays make one nostalgic for times gone by.

As a kid growing up in Detroit Lakes, July 4 was always a holiday amongst holidays. If you were into causing a little trouble and doing a few things you weren't supposed to be doing, that is.

Trek back, shall we, to 1987, a year of change.

There was one place one could always go in Perham to find a place for trouble: the Prairie Drive-In Theater.

This month marks 33 years from the closing of the drive-in.

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Robert Williams
Robert has been the Sports Editor for the Focus since 2010 covering multiple state and national championship teams and is a mainstay at state tournaments each season covering the successful, athletic programs of Perham and New York Mills High Schools.
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