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October 30, 2020

Annie Dugan

Here are some of the vintage Halloween items from Jim Sheetz's collection.

Halloween is arguably one of the most creative holidays, and this year that spirit (pun intended) will have to go toward figuring out new ways to celebrate. Luckily, Wrenshallites are figuring out some safe alternatives.

The city of Wrenshall is hosting scarecrow scenes in Hugh Line park over the weekend. Visitors can walk through the park and pose for selfies, then vote for their favorite creation. Votes are due to City Hall by Nov. 3, with a winner announced on Nov. 4.

Wrenshall school is hosting a drive-thru Halloween parade 2-3 p.m. Friday in front of the school. Teachers will be lined...



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