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Although the prize was valued at $110 million if taken as an annuity, the winners chose the cash option worth $66.9 million.
Multiple burglars are suspected and police want to catch ’em all
The wording announcing the sale led some social media users to suggest the media company would soon allow only subscribers access.
Pizza Ranch hosted a grand opening of its new Fun Zone arcade on Jan. 22.

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Randy Fitzgerald, a quadriplegic video game player from Rochester, helped develop a button layout designed for disabled gamers for the Call of Duty franchise in 2006. He was never credited by name, despite the layout being named after his gamer tag, "N0M4D." That now changed after the Nov. 5 release of "Call of Duty: Vanguard" this year.
Called "Chase the Ace," the card game with Canadian roots has turned out big winnings in recent months, including over $1 million in Faulkton, while also raising money for volunteer fire departments, youth hunting initiatives, and even a billboard.
The Mill Pond Mercantile store in downtown New London, Minnesota, has been sold. A new retail shop called Lucky Duck is set to open there this spring. The store will feature toys, games, puzzles and old-fashioned treats.
Voting is taking place online until Feb. 26.
While you may not be able to sit down with loved ones for a post-meal board game, you can still take part in some social-distanced turkey day trivia.
The new Ultima Gaming at the Washington Square Mall has its grand opening on Tuesday, Oct. 1, at 4 p.m.

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Sunday was Family Day at the Detroit Lakes Water Carnival, with more than a dozen games and activities geared to kids. A family picnic kicked things off at 11:30 a.m. at the City Park, leading into a sand treasure dig at the beach, a magician sho...
When it comes to finding suitable courts for pickleball play, the Detroit Lakes community is no longer in a pickle. An impressive spread of six fresh, brand-new pickleball courts is now open and seeing game action at Peoples Park, a year after th...
It's become a holiday tradition at the Detroit Lakes Community & Cultural Center to ring in the new year with some fun for the whole family -- yet still wrap things up early enough to get the kids in bed on time.

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