A lack of money will end a federal program that has quietly trapped and killed thousands of wolves in northern Minnesota in the past 33 years, officials said.
Archives for September 2011
BWCA fire adds complexity to moose hunt, permit refunds available.
Amazon started the Grand Forks operation 12 years ago. The latest expansion means 200 new full time jobs.
It’s not clear how the value of the trees could be figured, however, since they could never be harvested for commercial use because they lie within a federal wilderness, off-limits to logging. But the lawmakers said that’s part of the problem.
The Minnesota Department of Agriculture and the Department of Natural Resources will host three open houses to discuss the discovery of new emerald ash borer in southeastern Minnesota.
The Fairibault Daily News combed through some of the images and observations Minnesotan’s had last night when the auroras were peaking across the sky.
Elementary students, other ‘Fans of Hope’ distressed over Web-famous bear’s possible death
A Center for the Arts in Fergus Falls just hired Michael Burgraff as the organizations new executive director.
Minnesota’s largest garbage-to-compost plant may end the composting side of it’s operation. The Fairmont Sentinel says a costly paddle wheel is driving the discussion.
Hope, the Internet-famous Ely bear, is missing and feared dead