With eggnog, hot cocoa and apple cider, there are plenty of options when it comes to preparing holiday beverages for the entire family. Whether it’s a nonalcoholic drink or a cocktail with a spin, there’s a drink for
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Jaylon Butler’s coaches got on his case in the first half Tuesday night when he drove into the lane, but didn’t look for a shot from close range. At crunch time, Butler was a finisher. He sparked a decisive 12-2 run as the Knights beat visiting East Grand Forks Senior High 69-59.RELATED CONTENT
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