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Interested in local history? A free event brings stories of lost towns, logging, railroads and art


NISSWA — Lost towns, an area artist who painted presidents and the logging past in Crow Wing and Cass counties are all part of a free event designed for anyone interested in learning more about Minnesota and the central lakes region.

The Paul Bunyanland Cultural-Historical Society (PBCHS) 2014 winter meeting is planned from 1 p.m. to about 4 p.m. on Saturday, March 1 hosted by Grand View Lodge on Gull Lake in Nisswa.

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