Efforts to save the Todd County courthouse in Long Prairie have see-sawed back and forth for years. Now the Preservation Alliance of Minnesota has placed it on a list of endangered architectural treasures.
Archives for May 2010
Interest in virtual farming is outpacing interest in real farming.
A new art center in Pine City, MN, is more for the lessons and classes residents take than it is to promote the artists in the area.
Baldwin Township is pushing residents to remove headwalls and other items encroaching on road right-of-ways as part of the Town Board’s commitment to finish the projects they start. Hearings about the headwalls will be held at the town hall June 8 and 14 at 7 p.m.
The state of Minnesota has established goals but when it comes to seeing whether and how residents get and learn to use high-speed access to the Internet, the action is scattered in communities around the state.
Home delivery of groceries in rural areas is a patchwork service if it’s available at all.
How can Baldwin help commuters deal with increasing transportation costs? A commuter bus that connects with the Northstar Line and ride-share programs could help.
It was a proud moment when Dorothy Klick and Steve Klick, investors in Long Prairie and its new business incubator building, along with officials and dignitaries, cut the ribbon for the grand opening this afternoon.
Interest is growing in microlending in Minnesota and non-profits and governments are exploring how to proceed.
Main Street, a program to help revitalize Minnesota’s historic downtowns, is back in business.