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Minnesota's best drivers battle at 'Snowplow Rodeo'

The best snowplow drivers from across the state battled head to head in the 'Snowplow Rodeo' in St. Cloud today. Drivers had to maneuver their trucks through courses and cones. The winner goes on to the regional competition in Green Bay, Wis.
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The best snowplow drivers from across the state battled head to head in the 'Snowplow Rodeo' in St. Cloud today. Drivers had to maneuver their trucks through courses and cones. The winner goes on to the regional competition in Green Bay, Wis.

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