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RED RIVER ROAD TRIPS: Middle River is in the middle of the action

MIDDLE RIVER, Minn.--For a newcomer, a stroll through Young's General Store in Middle River is likely to inspire childlike wonder. From the outside, Young's looks like most other small businesses. Even what meets you after entering (through the s...

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Young's General Store takes pride in their motto, "If we don't have it, you don't need it." The store has been around for 109 years in Middle River, Minn. (Meg Oliphant/Grand Forks Herald)
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