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Flooding closes Jay Cooke State Park indefinitely

Published 07/03/2012

The Department of Natural Resources says a popular state park in northeastern Minnesota will stay closed indefinitely due to damage to Highway 210 caused by recent flooding. Minnesota Public Radio News reports that damage to Jay Cooke State Park was minimal, but its swing bridge over the St. Louis River was severely damaged.

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