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The Star Tribune's piece on the wildfire in N.E Minnesota that required a mandatory evacuation, had a great lead that included the what, when, and where all included. However, the only quotes in the story were made by a Grand Rapids Interagency Fire Center Spokesman. I would have liked to hear the more human side of the story by the residents who were actually evacuated. The Pioneer Press' lead included attribution, the what, where and why. The Pioneer Press blurb reported a firefighter injury but the Star Tribune claimed that no injuries had been reported--the stories were reported on the same day.


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