Duluth Mayor Don Ness contributed his interpretation of the internet song and dance hit “Gangnam Style” to a parody video in January. Could that earn him a lawsuit?
Archives for May 2013
The dispute over use of the Fighting Sioux nickname goes back decades.
The Mayo Clinic announced this week an expansion of its Sports Medicine Center in Rochester.
There is renewed discussion on a proposed high-speed passenger rail service between the Twin Cities and Rochester.
Opening the cabin for the summer in Minnesota means work — and more memories — for Ely photographer Steve Foss.
The winners of this year’s Siehl Prize for achievements in agriculture are Yue Jin, Phillip Minerich, Ted Huisinga and Ray Norling.
Ten years ago this spring, Minnesota kayaking guru and author Jim Rada died of a heart attack while descending Upper Michigan’s Presque Isle River. This May a group of kayakers raced the river in his honor, sprinkling his ashes so he could ride with them one more time.
The Grand Forks Sheriff’s Department’s use of small unmanned aircraft is attracting journalists from around the world.
International students often believe Americans have unlimited resources. North Dakota State University Assistant Professor Achintya Bezbaruah, who is leading middle and high school students in clean water projects, said students from around the world are surprised to learn students in the United States face economic constraints.
Some eagerly await the annual ice out, a rather obvious term that refers to the ice being absent from Minnesota lakes. The ice that still covers many lakes north of the Twin Cities brings to mind 1950, when conditions were similar.