Sibley County, part of a fiber broadband project in southwestern Minnesota, decided last night to wait before committing to sell $69 million in bonds.
Archives for March 2012
Wireless keeps getting better as an answer to rural areas’ high-speed Internet needs. But some people worry that even as it solves some problems it could relegate areas to second -class service.
A commercial kitchen, where people can make salsas and pies for public sale, opened on March 15th at Harmony Co-op in Bemidji.
Join a discussion about affordable housing and the future in Crow Wing, Cass, Wadena, Todd and Morrison counties.
Three western Minnesota counties are combining emergency dispatch efforts virtually — keeping their centers open but collaborating on equipment and staffing.
Minneapolis school lunches will include grass-fed, all-natural beef hot dogs this spring, says nutrition director Bertrand Weber.
The number of Minnesota school districts offering some local food in their lunch programs has risen to 145, a new survey shows. Those districts enroll two-thirds of Minnesota students.
A new report from the Kauffman Foundation finds that entrepreneurial activity in Minnesota rose slightly from 2010 to 2011.
A fledgling investment cooperative in Northeast Minneapolis hopes to invest in and rejuvenate Central Avenue.
A lively chat about Minnesota’s microbrew culture covered the waterfront, from what sets local beers apart to what beers pair well with bacon.