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Almanac North - Oct 19, 2012

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Video Summary

Topics: "Jay Cooke State Park Re-Opens" & "Wisconsin U.S. Senate Debate" & "Lake Superior Art Glass"

Description: Jay Cooke State Park, closed since June due to flood damage, will re-open on Monday. Tonight, an update on what visitors can expect.

The candidates vying for Wisconsin’s U.S. Senate seat met in Wausau for a debate this week, we’ll have an excerpt.

And a new downtown Duluth business is featured in a poster on display in 7,000 Starbucks outlets across the country.

Guests: Kristine Hiller, Jay Cooke State Park; Tommy Thompson, R-WI U.S. Senate Candidate; Tammy Baldwin, D-WI U.S. Senate Candidate; Dan Neff, Lake Superior Art Glass Owner

Funding for this program is provided by the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund. Click here for more information or visit the Minnesota Legacy website.

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