Forest Lake, Minnesota

What is Forest Lake, Minnesota known for?


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, Greenwald made her first in-ring appearance in nine months, appearing with Northern IMPACT Wrestling, a local Minnesota Wisconsin wrestling promotion. In addition to refereeing a match between Rain (Bonnie Maxon) and Ann-Thraxx (Ann Brookstone), Greenwald counted the pin for the main event match between Team Revolution and Team Invasion. She went on to referee an Impact Zone Wrestling match on February 14, 2006 in Tempe, Arizona and an XJAM


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productview.xhtml?pid DEC_10_PL_GCTPL1.ST13&prodType table American FactFinder - Results It is located on one of Minnesota's 100 largest lakes. The lake serves as the source of the Sunrise River. Interstate 35 and U.S. Highways 8 and 61 are three of the main routes in the community. Other main routes include County Road 2–Broadway Avenue. Interstate 35 splits into Interstate Highways 35E and 35W just south of Forest Lake in the nearby city

the band, "The best band he'd ever seen" during a 1985 broadcast. Geography Forest Lake is squarely bound between the north–south lines formed by Lyons Street NE and Keystone Avenue North, and the east–west lines formed by 240th Street North and 180th Street North. Interstate 35 and U.S. Highways 8 (U.S. Highway 8) and 61 (U.S. Highway 61) are three of the main routes in Forest Lake. Other main routes include County Road 2–Broadway Avenue. According to the United States

of its creation the area was said to have the most diverse wildlife population of any urban area of the United States * Forest Lake is home to St. Croix Forge, the leading horseshoe manufacturer in North America. * Running Aces Harness Park is five miles (8 km) from downtown Forest Lake. * Lamprey Pass Wildlife Management Area is located along Interstate 35, two miles (3 km) from downtown Forest Lake. This site is the oldest known Native American settlement in the state


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) appearances at several independent wrestling events. '''U.S. Highway 8''' ('''US 8''') is a United States Highway that runs primarily east–west for , mostly within the state (U.S. state) of Wisconsin. It runs from Interstate 35 (I-35) in Forest Lake, Minnesota to US 2 (U.S. Route 2) at Norway (Norway, Michigan) in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan near the border with Wisconsin. Except for the short


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School. * Jack Trudeau former University of Illinois and Indianapolis Colts quarterback was born in Forest Lake in 1962. * Jordis Unga, is a rock singer, songwriter and performer from Forest Lake and attended Forest Lake High School. She was a contestant on the CBS television reality show Rock Star: INXS and The Voice (U.S. TV series). References External links * City of Forest Lake – Official Website * http

singer, songwriter and performer from Forest Lake, Minnesota. After years of building a cult following in Minneapolis, as a vocalist for "The Fighting Tongs" and "Liars Club", Unga reached international fame for her performances on the first season of the CBS television reality show ''Rock Star: INXS'' where 15 contestants competed to become the lead vocalist for the Australian rock band INXS. http: www.cbs.com primetime rock_star performers jordis


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, Paramahansa Yogananda, while visiting Forest Lake in 1927, appears in the book "Songs of the Soul". An episode of actor Lee Marvin's television series, "The Lawbreakers", titled "The Minneapolis Story", was filmed in Forest Lake in November, 1963. The Forest Lake Split was seen in the original 1970 opening title sequence for the Mary Tyler Moore Show, when the "St. Paul to the left Minneapolis to the right" sign was shown. Mary Tyler Moore Show writer Lorenzo Music, who grew up in Duluth, Minnesota, often traveled through Forest Lake, and thought the idea of a decision-making east west sign would be ideal for the show's opening. One of the nine reported cases of a close encounter of the fourth kind in the U.S. for the year 1995 occurred in Forest Lake on August 19, 1995. The Hitching Post Motel, one mile (1.6 km) north of downtown Forest Lake, was featured in the 1996 Coen brothers Academy Award-winning film ''Fargo (Fargo (film))''. It substitutes for a motel set in Bismarck, North Dakota where William H. Macy's character, Jerry Lundegaard, is arrested by the police. There is a scene in the 1999 motion picture, Drop Dead Gorgeous (film), (which is about a Minnesota beauty pageant), in which one character yells instructions to "Miss Forest Lake". Scenes from the 2008 movie Killer Movie were filmed in Forest Lake. Portions of the 2012 film, Best Man Down, starring Justin Long, Shelly Long, Tyler Labine, Addison Timlin and Jess Weixler were filmed in Forest Lake early in 2011. One of these shooting locations was at the Forest Motel, near downtown Forest Lake. Landmarks * The Tin Man (the old Forest Lake water tower) was dismantled on November 9, 2006. * Lakeside Park (Located on the northwest side of the lake.) * Just north of the Hitching Post Motel was the site of a Minnesota Highway Department historic marker which had this inscription: "Through this point from southeast to northwest extended the Indian Boundary as defined by the Prairie du Chien Treaty of 1825 as surveyed and marked by the government. To the south was Sioux country, to the north, Chippewa, but neither tribe paid much attention to the line." * Forest Lake is home to Minnesota's biggest black ash tree, which stands near Sunrise Creek, on North Shore Drive. The tree, which has held the title since 1998, stands *Control Section 0280: I-35W south of I-35E (PDF) Traveling north, I-35 splits at Burnsville (Burnsville, Minnesota), and the I-35W route runs north for 41 miles, carrying its own separate sequence of exit numbers. It runs through the city of Minneapolis before rejoining with I-35E to re-form I-35 in Columbus (Columbus, Minnesota) near Forest Lake (Forest Lake, Minnesota). I-35W supplanted sections of old U.S. Highway 8 (U.S. Route 8 in Minnesota) northeast of Minneapolis and old U.S. Highway 65 (U.S. Route 65) south of Minneapolis that have since been removed from the U.S. highway system (United States Numbered Highways). Early life Trudeau was born in Forest Lake, Minnesota. He graduated from Granada High School (Granada High School (California)) in Livermore, California.


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touring ice skating show, were residents of Forest Lake for much of their lives. Many early Ice Follies skaters came from Forest Lake. The original 1940s manufacturing site for the Toni Home Permanent was a former one-room schoolhouse located at Garen, Minnesota, off Highway 61, just south of Forest Lake. It was destroyed by fire in February 1951. Throughout the 1940s and 1950s Forest Lake was known as the turkey capital of the world. The official national Thanksgiving turkey

, Paramahansa Yogananda, while visiting Forest Lake in 1927, appears in the book "Songs of the Soul". An episode of actor Lee Marvin's television series, "The Lawbreakers", titled "The Minneapolis Story", was filmed in Forest Lake in November, 1963. The Forest Lake Split was seen in the original 1970 opening title sequence for the Mary Tyler Moore Show, when the "St. Paul to the left Minneapolis to the right" sign was shown. Mary

Tyler Moore Show writer Lorenzo Music, who grew up in Duluth, Minnesota, often traveled through Forest Lake, and thought the idea of a decision-making east west sign would be ideal for the show's opening. One of the nine reported cases of a close encounter of the fourth kind in the U.S. for the year 1995 occurred in Forest Lake on August 19, 1995. The Hitching Post Motel, one mile (1.6 km) north of downtown Forest Lake, was featured in the 1996 Coen brothers Academy


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for President Harry S. Truman at the White House came from Forest Lake in 1946 and 1948. The world's first floating heliport was built in Forest Lake in 1956. Forest Lake has been known as the 4th of July capital of Minnesota since the mid-1960s. The Forest Lake Marching Band was rated in the top five high school bands in the United States twice in the 1960s. Forest Lake was the site of the 1968 World Outboard Power Boat Racing Championship. Forest Lake was the site of the 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971 and 1972 U.S. International Snowmobile Championships. Eighteen world speed records for snowmobiling were set in Forest Lake in 2013. The Forest Lake City Marching Band, formed in 1981 by Forest Lake High School alumni Steve Hursh and Brian Tolzmann, and directed by long-time Forest Lake High School director Rollin Nelson, was a seven-time state, six time Midwest region and 1985 national champion open class band. Willard Scott, popular NBC television personality, called the band, "The best band he'd ever seen" during a 1985 broadcast. Geography Forest Lake is squarely bound between the north–south lines formed by Lyons Street NE and Keystone Avenue North, and the east–west lines formed by 240th Street North and 180th Street North. Interstate 35 and U.S. Highways 8 (U.S. Highway 8) and 61 (U.S. Highway 61) are three of the main routes in Forest Lake. Other main routes include County Road 2–Broadway Avenue. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of *Control Section 0280: I-35W south of I-35E (PDF) Traveling north, I-35 splits at Burnsville (Burnsville, Minnesota), and the I-35W route runs north for 41 miles, carrying its own separate sequence of exit numbers. It runs through the city of Minneapolis before rejoining with I-35E to re-form I-35 in Columbus (Columbus, Minnesota) near Forest Lake (Forest Lake, Minnesota). I-35W supplanted sections of old U.S. Highway 8 (U.S. Route 8 in Minnesota) northeast of Minneapolis and old U.S. Highway 65 (U.S. Route 65) south of Minneapolis that have since been removed from the U.S. highway system (United States Numbered Highways). Early life Trudeau was born in Forest Lake, Minnesota. He graduated from Granada High School (Granada High School (California)) in Livermore, California.


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Census Bureau , the city has a total area of Fishing Forest Lake has a high population of northern pike, largemouth bass


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touring ice skating show, were residents of Forest Lake for much of their lives. Many early Ice Follies skaters came from Forest Lake. The original 1940s manufacturing site for the Toni Home Permanent was a former one-room schoolhouse located at Garen, Minnesota, off Highway 61, just south of Forest Lake. It was destroyed by fire in February 1951. Throughout the 1940s and 1950s Forest Lake was known as the turkey capital of the world. The official national Thanksgiving turkey for President Harry S. Truman at the White House came from Forest Lake in 1946 and 1948. The world's first floating heliport was built in Forest Lake in 1956. Forest Lake has been known as the 4th of July capital of Minnesota since the mid-1960s. The Forest Lake Marching Band was rated in the top five high school bands in the United States twice in the 1960s. Forest Lake was the site of the 1968 World Outboard Power Boat Racing Championship. Forest Lake was the site of the 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971 and 1972 U.S. International Snowmobile Championships. Eighteen world speed records for snowmobiling were set in Forest Lake in 2013. The Forest Lake City Marching Band, formed in 1981 by Forest Lake High School alumni Steve Hursh and Brian Tolzmann, and directed by long-time Forest Lake High School director Rollin Nelson, was a seven-time state, six time Midwest region and 1985 national champion open class band. Willard Scott, popular NBC television personality, called the band, "The best band he'd ever seen" during a 1985 broadcast. Geography Forest Lake is squarely bound between the north–south lines formed by Lyons Street NE and Keystone Avenue North, and the east–west lines formed by 240th Street North and 180th Street North. Interstate 35 and U.S. Highways 8 (U.S. Highway 8) and 61 (U.S. Highway 61) are three of the main routes in Forest Lake. Other main routes include County Road 2–Broadway Avenue. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of *Control Section 0280: I-35W south of I-35E (PDF) Traveling north, I-35 splits at Burnsville (Burnsville, Minnesota), and the I-35W route runs north for 41 miles, carrying its own separate sequence of exit numbers. It runs through the city of Minneapolis before rejoining with I-35E to re-form I-35 in Columbus (Columbus, Minnesota) near Forest Lake (Forest Lake, Minnesota). I-35W supplanted sections of old U.S. Highway 8 (U.S. Route 8 in Minnesota) northeast of Minneapolis and old U.S. Highway 65 (U.S. Route 65) south of Minneapolis that have since been removed from the U.S. highway system (United States Numbered Highways). Early life Trudeau was born in Forest Lake, Minnesota. He graduated from Granada High School (Granada High School (California)) in Livermore, California.


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, Paramahansa Yogananda, while visiting Forest Lake in 1927, appears in the book "Songs of the Soul". An episode of actor Lee Marvin's television series, "The Lawbreakers", titled "The Minneapolis Story", was filmed in Forest Lake in November, 1963. The Forest Lake Split was seen in the original 1970 opening title sequence for the Mary Tyler Moore Show, when the "St. Paul to the left Minneapolis to the right" sign was shown. Mary

Forest Lake, Minnesota

'''Forest Lake''' is a city in Washington County (Washington County, Minnesota), Minnesota, United States. The population was 18,375 at the 2010 census (2010 United States Census). American FactFinder - Results It is located on one of Minnesota's 100 largest lakes. The lake serves as the source of the Sunrise River.

Interstate 35 and U.S. Highways 8 and 61 are three of the main routes in the community.

Other main routes include County Road 2–Broadway Avenue. Interstate 35 splits into Interstate Highways 35E and 35W just south of Forest Lake in the nearby city of Columbus (Columbus, Minnesota). The junction is commonly referred to as the ''Forest Lake Split''. The Forest Lake Split was the scene of the August 11, 2003 death of Herb Brooks, coach of the gold medal-winning 1980 U.S. Olympic Hockey Team (Miracle on Ice).

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