A look around the arts and cultural events happening throughout Minnesota this weekend.
Archives for March 2012
Brodkorb’s affair; Frac sand setbacks; The vanishing Eelpout and other news from Minnesota Today.
Superior National Forest District Rangers and Ron Stoffel, the Wildfire Suppression Supervisor for the DNR, say they have not heard any reports of smoldering or burning in the Pagami Creek fire area.
Minnesotans embrace an unseasonably warm spring after a mild winter.
Abdiaziz Warsame is starting the process of trying to get a visa for his wife, Ayan Mohamed to come to the United States. The prediction from experts is the process will take, “several years.”
Senate panel vote on Vikings stadium delayed indefinitely; Pagami fire smolders; Mineral rights bill stalls at Capitol; Minnesota museum month; iPads for Saint Louis County;
Mining boosters trumpet “insane” job numbers for 2013.
Shortage of workers looms; Magnetation bill dropped in Minnesota House; Fun in the sun at citywide ski meet; Hormel Foods to study breakfast protein deficiency at Neveln; Outdoors groups back higher fishing, hunting fees
Starting this summer, the nursing programs at Bemidji State University and Northwest Technical College in Bemidji will join forces under a combined Bemidji School of Nursing.
Some Ojibwe tribal members object to wolf hunting, trapping; Before wolves may be hunted, science, faith and politics clash in Wisconsin; Minneapolis copes with a smaller slice of federal funding; Right to Work debate riles Minnesota Capitol; Cravaack: PolyMet review to be released in Oct.; When mom goes viral: Marilyn Hagerty, 85, is talk of social media