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ADVANCE FOR SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 2017 - In this April 13, 2017 photo, three generations of Crosby's pose for a photo in Kendall's Ace Hardware in St. Paul, Minn. From left, Matt and Ashley Lloyd hold their sons Axel, 2 1/2 and Kaden, 8-months-old, while standing next to Alexandra and Kendall Crosby. Ashley Lloyd is Kendall Crosby's daughter and Matt is her husband. Kendall's Ace Hardware now bills itself as "The Friendliest Stores in Town." (Scott Takushi/Pioneer Press via AP)

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ADVANCE FOR SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 2017 - In this April 13, 2017 photo, Randall Parent bags popcorn at Kendall's Ace Hardware in St. Paul, Minn. The popcorn is free to everyone, whether or not they buy something, at Kendall's, which bills itself as "The Friendliest Stores in Town." (Scott Takushi/Pioneer Press via AP)

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ADVANCE FOR SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 2017 - In this April 13, 2017 photo, a giant screw appears to pierce the wall of Kendall's Ace Hardware in St. Paul, Minn. In addition to colorful, frequently-changing storefront displays, the giant screw jutting out near the roof line serves as the store's most visible prop. Kendall's Ace Hardware bills itself as "The Friendliest Stores in Town." (Scott Takushi/Pioneer Press via AP)

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** FILE ** This Oct. 2010 aerial file photo shows the Fox River as it flows into downtown Oswego, Ill., in Kendall County, with subdivisions and farmland to the southeast. The nation's No. 1 fastest-growing county from 2000 to 2010, Kendall was part of an exurban wave in the heady 2000s that more than doubled its population. But Census estimates as of July 2011 highlight a shift in population trends, following an extended housing bust and renewed spike in oil prices: outlying suburbs are now seeing their growth fizzle to historic lows, halting American city dwellers' decades-long exodus to sprawling homes in distant towns. (AP Photo/The Beacon-News, Marianne Mather, File)