If the Lily and Hope Saga helps more people appreciate and understand black bears, that’s great. But no one should think that luring Hope out of a tree did anything significant for the black bear population in Minnesota.
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Thief River Falls based Digi-Key is getting some national recognition from the U.S. Labor Department for employing veterans and active military members. The company has more than a dozen active duty soldiers on its payroll.
In this video, the St. Paul Pioneer Press marks 100 years since the construction of the St. Paul Hotel.
Grand Forks residents dumped 915 tons of trash on their boulevards last week. MPR’s Dan Gunderson explains that the annual cleanup week is a rite of spring for residents.
A small Minnesota town near the Canadian border is happy about getting state cash to head off a big mess.