When more than 60 loggers drove their loaded rigs through downtown Duluth to protest weight limits on interstate highways, several candidates for Congress reacted.
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Ojibwe women use song to reconnect with their culture.
A poor apple harvest that resulted from bad weather and the drought will likely be a tough blow to hunger relief organizations that rely on orchards for donations.
Earliest snowfall in 17 years coats the Duluth area overnight
The Battle of Wood Lake was the final clash in the US – Dakota War of 1862.
There’s still lots of hand work involved in harvesting native prairie plant seeds.
Farm equipment exports continue to grow and next week Dahl will be appointed Honorary Consul of the Upper Midwest to the Republic of Kazakhstan.
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Wolfchild’s message is the Dakota people didn’t cause the war.
Many potato farmers in the Clear Lake area donate to hunger-relief groups, helping them capture the millions of pounds of produce from Minnesota fields that would otherwise go to waste.