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July 20, 2000 | From Associated Press
It felt like fall in northern Minnesota on Wednesday as temperatures dipped into the 30s, and in one case the 20s, overnight. In Embarrass, the National Weather Service recorded a low of 31 degrees Wednesday morning. Tower reported a low of 29 degrees. According to the State Climatology Office, the average low for the region this time of year is 51 and the average high is 79.
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July 20, 2000 | From Associated Press
It felt like fall in northern Minnesota on Wednesday as temperatures dipped into the 30s, and in one case the 20s, overnight. In Embarrass, the National Weather Service recorded a low of 31 degrees Wednesday morning. Tower reported a low of 29 degrees. According to the State Climatology Office, the average low for the region this time of year is 51 and the average high is 79.
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April 11, 1997 | From Associated Press
Juan Guzman's only problem Thursday was the cold while Albert Belle had to deal with a chilly reception. Despite being limited to only a fastball and curve because his hands were numb in 39-degree weather, Guzman gave up three hits in seven shutout innings, leading the Toronto Blue Jays to a 4-0 victory over the White Sox at Chicago. Belle, Frank Thomas and Harold Baines, the heart of the White Sox lineup, went one for 21 on Wednesday and Thursday, both shutout losses to Toronto.
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August 29, 2003 | John Ortega, Times Staff Writer
Mitch Potter and Adam Steele run to win races and tear down stereotypes. They are well aware of what they're not supposed to be able to do. Cold-weather northern states like Minnesota, don't you know, rarely produce international-quality quarter-milers. And track and field athletes who are good in high school don't often become great in college. And, of course, the kicker: White men just don't do well anymore in the speed events.
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November 4, 1991 | KIM KUTCHER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Marcelino Crisanto knows something about waiting for the right moment to make a move. During the inaugural Goodyear Orange County Marathon Sunday, Crisanto did precisely that, taking the lead with three miles left and holding off all challengers to win in 2 hours 15 minutes 58 seconds. Crisanto, 26, who lives in Toluca, Mexico, finished the 26.2-mile marathon almost a full minute ahead of countryman Gumercindo Olmendo , who was second in 2:16.40. Rich McCandless, of Hayward, Calif.
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