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Legendary Minnesota newsman retires after 55 years

Brad Jacobs has been telling stories in Minnesota for longer than most journalists have been alive. He started at Hubbard Broadcasting in 1957 and over the years he shot the famous to the infamous.
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Brad Jacobs has been telling stories in Minnesota for longer than most journalists have been alive. He started at Hubbard Broadcasting in 1957 and over the years he shot the famous to the infamous.

Jacobs was honored with a ceremony Friday afternoon and even received a congratulatory letter from Governor Dayton.

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