Working quietly over the years, (“not a lot of gold and glitter in the kiln building business. . . .”) Donovan Palmquist has become famous in the somewhat rarefied world of kiln construction.
Archives for October 2012
The Arrowhead town of Grand Marais, Minn., population 1,300, has had more personas than Madonna. Originally a Native American settlement, it has been a European immigrants’ fishing camp, a fur trading post and a shipping hub before its current iteration as a tourist destination and the seat of Cook County. Nestled amid a snaggletooth mountain Read more →
A University of North Dakota committee plans to get ahead of federal regulators on the issues of privacy and other social concerns regarding the use of unmanned aircraft.
Minnesota has 13 of the top 100 agricultural cooperatives in the nation. Only Iowa has more. According to USDA data, fIve of the top 10 earning cooperatives are located in Minnesota.
Rochester-based Mayo Clinic has released a new Anxiety Coach app, a self-help tool that aims to help people reduce a variety of fears and worries ranging from social anxiety to obsessions and compulsions.
Dick’s joy is due in part to the fact that as a retired DNR wildlife biologist he has more time to pursue bluegrass music.
Many Minnesota food shelves are stocked this fall with foods they rarely offered two decades ago: squash, peas, watermelon, strawberries. That has some food shelf directors wishing they could make it last into the winter.