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    Duluth, Minnesota (AP)

    Officials with the Bois Forte Band of Chippewa say one of northern Minnesota’s most productive wild rice lakes will not open this season.

    A late, cold spring and poor rice germination tribal officials to suspend the rice harvest on Nett Lake, which is one the Bois Forte Reservation in northeast Minnesota.

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