Farmers stick to the sidelines in American Crystal lockout.
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The non-profit International Falls arts group Icebox Radio Theater continues its “Koochi-Koochi Tour” Wednesday with the premiere of the romantic comedy “Love Lines,” written by International Falls Icebox founder Jeffrey Adams. The play will be performed at 7 p.m. in the bandshell in the Falls’ Smokey Bear Park.
President Barack Obama has touched down in Minnesota moments ahead of his first address of five in the Midwest that will focus on the economy.
The final budget that came out of the state government shutdown compromise includes some good news for Bemidji. It provides the city $1.8 million to build a pedestrian, bike and snowmobile trail bridge over state Highway 197 at the south end of town.
For many people, Asian carp are proving more boon than bane.
Students in the International Aerial Robotics Competition spend up to a year designing and building small robotic aircraft from scratch.
Could U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann’s talking points on government spending derail the Stillwater bridge project?
Two points do not make a trend, but it is worth noting that the town halls hosted by U.S. Reps. Betty McCollum and Chip Cravaack last night were civil.
“It’s sexist,” NOW president Terry O’Neill told The Daily Caller.
There’s growing consumer acceptance of multigrain pasta made from things like navy beans or kidney beans.