The moderate winter of 2011-12 likely is one reason more honeybees survived.
Archives for May 2012
Firm tied to 35W bridge still getting Mpls. contracts, bidding on Stillwater bridge; Rising St. Croix, Mississippi rivers create headaches; St. Paul UCC church at brink of closing over gay-marriage stand; St. Paul UCC church at brink of closing over gay-marriage stand; U telescope’s two-day detour ends at Texas truck wash
Fargo based State Bank & Trust is changing it’s name to coincide with a move into Minnesota markets.
Minnesota Sen. Al Franken held a field hearing examining the collection practices of Accretive Health. Minn. AG Lori Swanson is investigating the company after receiving complaints of aggressive collection practices being used in hospitals.
Feds OK mineral exploration permits near Ely; Fire just latest setback for Verso; Wal-Mart takes aim at Best Buy with ads; Pay restored for local Guard; Waldron out, interim chief selected for Virginia Police; Coalition targets Minnesota farmers for cleanup of river sludge
Duluth News Tribune: “A throng of people displaying rainbow-themed flags, balloons and dress rallied Monday afternoon in Proctor to show their support for Max Pelofske, a gay 21-year-old Duluth man sent to the hospital with deep bruises after an alleged assault late Saturday night.”
Marge Hames, a 74-year-old retiree in New Ulm, is protesting the closing of her local Kmart.
The International Falls Economic Development Authority as been awarded a $657,000 grant to construct a warehouse that will aid international shipping and create jobs.
They choose instead to stay in Superior Bay, the sheltered tip of the the Lake that laps up against Superior and Duluth, the Twin Ports.
A research scientists aims to to control weeds with a fine grit propelled through specially designed compressed air nozzles.