After banning guns in December of last year the Mayor has had a change of heart and it looks as if Moosevillians will get their guns back, as long as they abide by a few guidelines. MPR's Mary Weather has the story.
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Newbie comedians find out just how difficult stand-up can be during Amateur Night at The Giggle Box Comedy Club in Mooseville, USA. In this episode, amateur comedian and Mooseville Mayor, Moose Tyler steps up to the mic.
The Mooseville Art Museum missed its deadline for the grand re-opening that was previously scheduled for April 15. A crane accident and some misplaced art will force art goers to wait a little while longer. The gala re-opening event, however, went on as planned.
With the help of a large donation from an anonymous donor, Mooseville's oldest resident closes its doors for renovations to help combat issues like lackluster attendance and an aggressive and trendy competitor.
After a decided victory over Mini Moose in the Mayoral Election, the Mayor celebrates from her watch party at the Mooseville Inn and gives voters a look at her plans for her next term.
20 Dancing Ninjas, A Dozen Banana Suit Smoothies & 10s of Cars Equal One Great Bruce Lee Celebration
July was Bruce Lee Month in Mooseville and for an entire month Moose Street businesses celebrated the man, the myth, and the legend. Listen as MPR recaps the festivities at the Bruce Lee parade on July 31.
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