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On Morning Ed: Senate debate recap, DM&E, Vestibular Sense and patrolling Grand Marais
Posted at 5:22 PM on November 2, 2006 by Bill Wareham
Senate candidates Mark Kennedy, Amy Klobuchar and Robert Fitzgerald debate tonight in Rochester. MPR's Tom Scheck will have a report on Morning Edition.
Next Tuesday, Brookings, S.D. voters will decide whether to accept an agreement city officials reached with the DM&E railroad to finance track improvements in the city. The agreement is part of the railroads plans to expand service across South Dakota and Minnesota. MPR's Cara Hetland has a report.
Vestibular Sense is a new play opening at the Mixed Blood Theater. It'ls billed as "a warm-hearted, often funny, glimpse into the world of autism." Hmmm...I'm intrigued enough to tune in to Chris Roberts' report.
And we didn't get to Stephanie Hemphill's story this morning about the proposal to expand the U.S. Border Patrol office in Grand Marais, but on Friday she'll explain how the idea is splitting residents.