Property owners frustrated by power grid update; Walz breaks with Dems and votes for GOP tax extension bill; Emmer says Hamline reneged on job offer because of faculty opposition; Pawlenty supporters can’t help but second-guess his decision to drop out of presidential race
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Also: Dayton, state lawmakers want credit for budget surplus; Possible cuts to heat assistance spark unease; Low snow winter leaves Duluth high and dry; I’ll drink to that: the making of the Twin Cities microbrew revolution; Studies pin river troubles on farm drainage
Minnesota DNR officials will unveil a plan Friday in hopes of fixing a long-standing problem involving state land inside the Boundary Waters Canoe Area.
Approximately 60 Schwan Food Co. employees were notified Thursday that their position with the company has been eliminated.Schwan said the moves, which will affect employees in the company’s Marshall and Bloomington offices, are part of a cost-reduction initiative, reports the Marshall Independent.
National Endowment for the Arts Chairman Rocco Landesman visited Fargo Thursday to talk about a public art project he says the NEA will use as a model across the country.
A horseback ride commemorating the mass execution of 38 Dakota warriors following the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862 is set to start Saturday in South Dakota.
Gov. Mark Dayton says he thinks the recent hearings in the Minnesota Senate are helping build consensus about the best way to finance a new Vikings stadium.
If you’re a crow, this is your moment. You’ve just scored supper to tide you over on a cold winter’s night. And for the moment, the horde of crows just beyond the peak of this rooftop in a south Minneapolis neighborhood aren’t pestering you for a taste. Horde is an understatement. And the expression, “murder Read more →
University of North Dakota President Robert Kelley says the university will largely remove the “Fighting Sioux” logo by the end of December. A memo outlines how UMD will stop using the nickname.
PolyMet environmental review will be delayed months later than predicted by Rep. Cravaack and other federal officials, reports the Duluth News Tribune.