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Two LOW Questions

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My 12-year old son and I coming up for our second annual LOW trip the day after Xmas. It's funny what he remembers about last year. He asked are we going to listen to the radio station with the funny stories? He was referring to Paul Harvey. What is the station that carries it? We listened to a country station a lot since it came in well. Second question, what are the speed limits on Highway MN-371 and US-71?

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KQ92 in Warroad...nice people that do a good job.

Dunno about speed limits on your route

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HWY 371 where it is 4-lane is 65 MPH upto Baxter then it is 60 mph upto Nisswa, Where it drops to 2-lane then it becomes 55 mph. US HWY 71 anywhere I have ever traveled is 60 MPH. And yes the country radio station is KQ92 out of Warroad.

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