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Onamia resident Jerome Kryzer stands on the green of the Izaty's golf course on Lake Mille Lacs in Onamia, Thursday, May 1, 2014. Kryser said the ice swept onto the golf course and onto much of the resort's land. "It's something you just have to live with," he said. (AP Photo/The Star Tribune, Elizabeth Flores)

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This March 10, 2014 photo shows the Speaking Rock Entertainment Center at Ysleta del Sur Pueblo, in El Paso, Texas. After losing a long court battle with the state, the Tigua Indians closed their Speaking Rock Casino outside El Paso in 2002, leaving the Kickapoo tribe with the only legal gambling hall in Texas. So one might wonder what’s going on these days at the Speaking Rock Entertainment Center. Gamblers pack Speaking Rock day and night, feeding greenbacks into beeping, flashing gaming machines. And while the tribe calls it a legal sweepstakes operation, the state says it is a prohibited casino. (AP Photo/The San Antonio Express-News, Lisa Krantz) RUMBO DE SAN ANTONIO OUT; NO SALES

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Ysleta del Sur Pueblo Governing Tribal Council members David Gomez, left, Rafael Gomez, Jr., right, leave the Albert Armendariz, Sr. U.S. Courthouse with their attorneys including Terrence Padilla, center, after a hearing about gaming in El Paso on March, 10, 2014. After losing a long court battle with the state, the Tigua Indians closed their Speaking Rock Casino outside El Paso in 2002, leaving the Kickapoo tribe with the only legal gambling hall in Texas. So one might wonder what’s going on these days at the Speaking Rock Entertainment Center. Gamblers pack Speaking Rock day and night, feeding greenbacks into beeping, flashing gaming machines. And while the tribe calls it a legal sweepstakes operation, the state says it is a prohibited casino. (AP Photo/The San Antonio Express-News, Lisa Krantz) RUMBO DE SAN ANTONIO OUT; NO SALES

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A Ceremonial Vessel, Sican (A.D. 750-1350), Courtesy Museo del Banco Central de Reserva de Peru on display as part of the National Geographic Peruvian Gold Ancient Treasures Unearthed Exhibit, on display through Sept. 14. (Photo by Carlos Rojas, Daniel Giannoni and Joaquin Rubio)

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The 1789 restaurant in Georgetown is just one of several establishments in the District that are preparing special brunch menus for Mother's Day, coming up next weekend. (The Washington Times)

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The 1789 restaurant in Georgetown is just one of several establishments in the District that are preparing special brunch menus for Mother's Day, coming up next weekend. (The Washington Times)

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ODOT has plowed a lane clear on McKenzie Pass Hwy. near Sisters, Ore. so cyclists can ride the pass free of cars through mid-June. (AP Photo/ Beau Eastes)

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The town of Thurmont, MD, sits in the shadow of Camp David, the Presidential retreat where President George W. Bush met with British Prime Minister Tony Blair earlier today, Thursday, March 27, 2003. National Park Service, US Department of the Interior, Superintendent J. Mel Poole sits in his office near Camp David. A photograph of Bush and Blair at the presidential retreat graces the wall outside his office in Catoctin Mountain Park. ( Mary F. Calvert / The Washington Times )

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The town of Thurmont, MD, sits in the shadow of Camp David, the Presidential retreat where President George W. Bush met with British Prime Minister Tony Blair earlier today, Thursday, March 27, 2003. National Park Service, US Department of the Interior, Superintendent J. Mel Poole sits in his office near Camp David. A photograph of Bush and Blair at the presidential retreat graces the wall outside his office in Catoctin Mountain Park. ( Mary F. Calvert / The Washington Times )