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OUTDOORS RECREATION

The Legislature is considering new laws on everything from boating, rough fish and copper mining to deer hunting and ATV trails.
The number of permits for summer 2023 is unchanged after a reduction last year to reduce overcrowding issues.
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Isaac Ortman, 14, plans to keep his streak going, winter and summer — maybe for years longer.
Much of northeast North Dakota and northwest Minnesota has 10 to 20 inches of snow on the ground, with scattered pockets that are deeper.

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DNR officers urge riders to slow down, avoid alcohol and stay off potentially thin ice.
If Grand Forks doesn’t want snowmobiles, Alvarado, Minn., small business owner Ann Estad says she’s happy to have them.
The Perham Area Public Library hosted a Picture Book Parade for two summers, and, after one year off, they'll be returning in 2023 with a more permanent installation.
Online registration is required to attend the Jan. 20 event in Bloomington.
Zug Zug, Zara and Baby Oog have arrived! Two life-size "cave people" sculptures, encased in fake ice, can be found at the Detroit Lakes City Park through Feb. 26.
A lot can change between now and the end of winter, but if the past week is any indication, this is going to be a tough winter for slush on many bodies of water in both Minnesota and North Dakota.

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Lately unable to watch a full movie or even a TV show, I somehow stared at a fish finder for four hours and loved it.
With plenty of cash to go around, it's time to expand and repair parks, wildlife areas and boat landings.
The Greater Minnesota Regional Parks and Trails Commission recently completed its application review process and chose Phelps Mill County Park and 13 other parks and trails around the state for $11.4 million in funding for fiscal year 2024.

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