A farmland, creek and woods that were the scene of the final battle in the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862 will be preserved.
Archives for December 2011
North Dakota, federal officials weigh in on drones as law enforcement tool; Schlienz may have died from rare, aggressive ailment; Mayo Clinic projects mean bright future for jobs; Nowthen approves protection contract with Anoka County sheriff after all; Farming practices threaten corn crop
Jo Campe, 67, who founded The Recovery Church is retiring at the end of 2011.
Senjem is new Senate Majority Leader; Schlienz requested medical care day before dying; Stillwater schools plan $2 million in cuts – then $8 million more; NTSB: No distress signal before fatal helicopter crash; Fire destroys iconic Freeport flour mill; Developers seek to build large wind farm in western Wisconsin
Possible Mille Lacs walleye limits raise eyebrows, concerns; Strip clubs welcome oil workers to North Dakota boom town of Williston; Congressional net worth more than doubles since 1984; Chaos at Mall of America ends in at least 9 arrests; Locked in St. Paul vault: $4.5 million photo album
Early flood predictions are encouraging for residents along the Red River — a welcome departure from the predictions over past several years.
The lawsuit, filed in a California Federal Court, says consumer products like cosmetics and sunscreen containing nano particles are already widely used by consumers, but FDA has failed to address risks from the nano materials.
MnDOT district penalized for safety violations in Struck’s death; Grand Marais climber reaches McKinley for second solo attempt; Officials celebrate significant F-M diversion milestone; Bishop offers victims apology;
Candle light vigil for injured officer in Lake City; American Crystal Lockout: Ending a fight in God’s house; Minnesota court upholds Chippewa tribal ruling against gaming company; Juhl acquires Valley View wind;
Under pressure, Ely scales back proposed property tax hike; Foster missing superintendent license; Questions raised about firing of director of Legislative-Citizen Commission on Minnesota Resources; Mankato economy bests outstate rivals’; More young people see opportunity in farming