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Winter Weather / Low Snowfall / Brainerd, Minnesota #654484

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jan 24, 2002
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Brainerd, Minnesota: Kevin Tibbles) This year's low snowfall in Minnesota featured; details given of the economic impact of the lack of snow on Brainerd, Minnesota; scenes shown from the movie "Fargo" and from Brainerd. [Brothers Motorsports Chris VANDEPUTTE - says snowmobiles should be sold out, but he still has half of his inventory.] [Breezy Point Resort Dave GRAVDAHL - says he has had to lay off workers.] [Fisherman Dale GROSKESEN - says people are afraid to fish because of thin ice.] [Bob SLAYBOUGH - says he expected 14,000 people on the lake this winter.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Tibbles, Kevin

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