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The Superior native died in 1956, but his writing still has a huge following.
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Fy fishing guide Carl Haensel has compiled a creel-full of Minnesota fishing information in "Fly Fishing Minnesota."
"I Am Emily" aims to inspire all kids to follow in the bootsteps of Emily Ford.
Library hopes to start bathroom renovation work soon, artistic wall also planned.

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Rodgers, who makes his home in Duluth, Minn., will be giving a free online presentation for the Wadena County Historical Society this Saturday, Dec. 10, as part of its popular BookEnds series. His presentation, which starts at 11:30 a.m., can be accessed by calling 218-631-9079, sending an email to 603wchs@arvig.net or visiting the website at WadenaCountyHistory.org.
The Detriot Lakes Breakfast Rotary's 1,000 book giveaway project is making stops in Audubon, Frazee and White Earth as well as Detroit Lakes this holiday season.
Wadena-area resident Paul Sailer, who has written two books about World War II aviation history, will be at the Detroit Lakes Public Library on Wednesday, Nov. 9 for a 10:30 a.m. presentation about his books, his own experiences as a Vietnam War helicopter pilot, and how those experiences inform his writing. This presentation in honor of Veteran's Day is free and open to the public.
Joe Shead's "Buck Tales'' shares stories of his first buck, biggest buck and many hunts in between.
Beth Leipholtz became inspired to write her newest book, "The ABCs of Inclusion" after hearing many stories of parents like herself who have children with disabilities and diagnoses.
Author and archivist Jeffrey Sauve has delved into the curious and difficult case that stumped Duluth detectives for years.

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Detroit Lakes author Dawn Marie Duncan, who published her first children's book, "Seraphina the Ballerina," this past spring, signed copies of her book and read it out loud to participants at a special Storytime session on Saturday, Sept. 17 at the Detroit Lakes Public Library.
Carol Bradley Bursack hears from a reader who feels they weren't given enough information about hospice and other alternatives as as their father went through cancer treatments.
The author of the humorous "visitor's guide," first published in 1987, has died at 83. Some aspects of the book are dated, but many of Mohr's insights remain as relevant as ever.

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