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Reflections of a January thaw

Tuesday is the last day of the January thaw with cold temperatures in the forecast

Man walking his dog reflected in meltwater.
With temperatures rising into the 40s, Gary Koth and his dog River are reflected in meltwater Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2022, on Evergreen Avenue in north Brainerd. The weather is expected to change Tuesday night, with a wind chill advisory issued by the National Weather Service in Duluth with temperatures dropping below zero degrees and wind gusts up to 35 mph possible.
Steve Kohls / Brainerd Dispatch
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I was raised on a farm in western Minnesota where I participated in 4-H, high school sports, and everything that farm kids do for fun after chores. Graduated from Ridgewater Community College with an AA degree and my first taste of newspapering. I worked a summer on the Ortonville Independent as a reporter and photographer.
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