Video shot in Minn. spotlights how pigs are treated; Lake County broadband effort turns into fight over government stimulus help; 2 Minn. men indicted over untimely wolf kills; Minneapolis: A look at the midwest’s marketing overachiever; Republicans tell Mitt Romney to show tax returns; Minnesota State Fair: Craft beer, Luminarium among new attractions
Archives for July 2012
Anti-pesticide movement gaining ground in Lakes Country; Goodhue County commission tables recommendation on silica mining; 10,000 jobs to break even; Is it fair to ridicule Romney for his ‘retroactive retirement’ from Bain?; Bachmann defends her witch hunt; Beware: Duluth Attacking Otters
A sleeping teenager was ejected from a car traveling north of Blackduck, then had to wait for the car’s driver to notice she was missing.
Needles found in sandwiches on 4 U.S.-bound Delta flights; St. Paul Police crime lab under scrutiny in drug case; Naturalists up in arms over downed trees along Chester Creek; ‘It’s sentimental’: Fallen trees brings mess, sense of loss after July 2 storm; Minneapolis, St. Paul gain as growth shifts from burbs; West Fargo denies request to allow constrictor snakes as pets; Romney veep selection: Pawlenty, Portman or Jindal
Duluth police: 5 heroin overdoses over weekend, one fatal; Despite tragedy, divers not deterred at ‘the cribs’ in Duluth; Thief River food-shelf closed temporarily; Ron Paul’s delegate insurgency ends in Nebraska
Sun flares erupted Sunday night and danced across the northern sky.
Today’s heat index could reach 105; Walz raises more than opponents in second quarter; Flush times draw newcomers to farming; Anxiety and anger as zebra mussel invasion spreads; Nolan emerges to run for Congress after 32-year political hiatus; Bachmann details allegations of “potential Muslim Brotherhood infiltration” of U.S.;
A group trying to save the Regional Treatment Center in Fergus Falls hope 1,200 people show up on Saturday for an event designed to draw attention to efforts to save the historic building from the wrecking ball.
Bill diluting mining rules passes U.S. House; Wilderness advocates advance case against AT&T tower on edge of BWCA; Our view: Welcome back, zoo; DNR partners with zoo to conserve bison; Deadlock on taxes will raise what most Minnesotans pay into the government;
The Friends of the BWCAW will continue a case against telecommunications giant AT&T that challenges the company’s plan to erect a 450′ cell phone tower on the edge of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.