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Should the state buy and preserve the boyhood home of Lawrence Welk?

  1. Yes
  2. No
  3. Depends on the cost
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Jul-15-13 8:40 PM

All the things going on and this stupid question gets asked for the second time REALLY?

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Jul-15-13 6:53 PM

similar question, but with three choices for answers.

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Jul-15-13 1:12 PM

I have deja vu happening... didn't the paper already ask this question?

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Jul-15-13 12:48 PM

How many times does the MDN have to ask the same question?? Just leave the sign that is along side the road by his hometown and move on.

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Jul-15-13 10:46 AM

The State Historical Society can best answer that. It is too bad that Mr. welk, himself, didn't set up a fund for just that purpose.

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Jul-15-13 9:37 AM

I feel bad, but the only people that remember Lawrence Welk are already on their deathbeds. In ten or twenty years, EVERYONE that drives by that historic house would say "Who?"

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