Health care jobs saved our bacon in the recession. The industry continued to grow jobs during the worst economic conditions in decades.
Archives for April 2013
Scott Olson will officially be inaugurated as the president of Winona State University this afternoon.
The trend in recent history is toward ever larger floods. If that trend continues, at some point there will be a Red River flood that Fargo-Moorhead cannot defend against.
Midwesterners have a reputation for tolerating, even embracing winter. But this long winter is testing even the most hearty among them.
Tribal governments can now directly request a disaster declaration from the president.
Four people want to to be Red Wing’s next mayor, and chances are good that whoever wins will not have a connection to the frac sand mining industry.
Freezing rain and snow soaks Minnesota in a late winter storm. Downed trees and dangerous road conditions reported across the state. Here is a look at what people are saying and sharing on social media about the storm.
Ice covered much of Southwestern Minnesota and South Dakota as a large multi-day winter storm plowed through the Midwest.
The Northern Dental Access Center in Bemidji — which offers dental care to low income people — is expanding to offer other family health services.
Race for Rochester’s city council president may be nearing an end.