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A demolition excavator pulls apart the jump.

Duluth's iconic ski jumps come tumbling down

The two Chester Bowl ski jumps, built in 1924 and 1969, served as early training ramps for a generation of Olympic ski jumpers. But they haven't been used for nearly a decade and now are seen as safety hazards.

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Join us at the Minnesota State Fair!

Visit our booth near the corner of Judson and Nelson to meet some of your favorite hosts, see live programs, sign up for a terrific giveaway, get member freebies, and purchase some Pretty Good Goods!

MPR State Fair programming highlights:

Thursday, Aug. 21, noon: Sen. Amy Klobuchar talks with Mike Mulcahy of MPR News

Friday, Aug. 22, noon: LIVE broadcast and television taping of Twin Cities Public Television's Almanac

Monday, Aug. 25, 11 a.m.: The Daily Circuit's Tom Weber hosts the University of Minnesota Raptor Center

Monday, Aug. 25 – Thursday, Aug. 28, 4:30-5:30 p.m.: Twin Cities hip hop collective Doomtree live performances and interviews (guests vary)

Friday, Aug. 29, noon: MPR Day at the Fair - Gary Eichten returns to chat with A Prairie Home Companion™'s Sue Scott, Tim Russell & Fred Newman

Friday, Aug. 29, 2 p.m.: MPR Day at the Fair - live performance by choral music ensemble VocalEssence

Friday, Aug. 29, 3:30-4:30 p.m.: Half Wits: Stories, sketches, songs and games with Wits™ host John Moe, John Munson and more

Friday, Aug. 29, 7 p.m.: A Prairie Home Companion™ at the Grandstand

Saturday, Aug. 30, 4 p.m.: The Current presents MN Music On-A-Stick

Plan your visit now by checking or our full 2014 State Fair Schedule. (Schedule subject to change)

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