In a bid for jobs for the people of Wisconsin, state officials opened the treasury to lure Foxconn, the Taiwanese supplier to Apple, to the state.
But now it appears it’ll have a difficult time finding workers. Read more →
Nothing much has worked so far to get the message through to the masses that climate change is real and it’s going to hurt. So a group of researchers have changed their approach. Drought? Famine? Floods? It’s not enough to get people interested. Read more →
There was nothing happening in the sugar beet section of Minnesota on Wednesday. The yards at the sugar beet factory in Crookston were empty, the machines were silent. There were no trucks. Along the fields from Ada into Crookston, harvesters, combines, and trailers sit idled. It’s been raining and snowing and the harvest is on hold. Read more →
If there’s one thing we learned after the big tax breaks for corporations, it’s that when big business sounds like it’s giving a big chunk of money to the little people, the big picture provides an entirely different story. Read more →
Jeremy Scott and Lori Rogers had nothing but their dog under the Highway 10 overpass. They’d been left nearby by ‘fellow travelers’ and were trying to figure out a way to get out of the cold before winter sets in. Time is running out. Read more →