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The city of Grand Rapids approved an agreement with Enbridge on Wednesday night for part of the existing Line 3 pipeline to be removed.
Esko lead 24-20 at halftime and the game was tied at 43 after regulation.
The Northland based group is traveling to different stages around the region, giving a wide-range of audiences a chance to see their production of the award-winning play.