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Construction work to close intersection of Edgewood Drive and Highway 371

The business access intersection from Edgewood Drive to Highway 371 will be closed and under road construction starting 7 p.m. Monday, July 25.

A map outlining where construction will take place in Baxter.
A map outlines affected area of construction set to begin on Monday, July 25 at 7 p.m. The intersection that will be closed to traffic is marked in red.
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BAXTER — The business access intersection from Edgewood Drive to Highway 371 will be closed and under construction starting 7 p.m. Monday, July 25, in Baxter.

The area affected by the closure is between Excelsior Road and Clearwater Road. The intersection being worked on is directly across Highway 371 from Design Road. Due to the closure, the left turn lanes off Highway 371 will be closed.

The closure is anticipated to last through next week and a detour will be in place, the city of Baxter reported. The intersection will be completely closed off and unavailable for through traffic.

Some stores and restaurants directly affected by the closure include: Cub Foods, Cash Wise Liquor, Taco Bell, Caribou Coffee, and many more.

The detour will require motorists to access businesses from Excelsior Road.

Related Topics: TRAFFIC AND CONSTRUCTIONBAXTER
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