Judge rules wig shop can stay in Rochester eviction case
An Olmsted County judge has said a Rochester wig shop owner can stay in her current location despite efforts by her landlord, the Kahler Hotel, to evict her.
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Somali language radio station applies to take to the air in St. Cloud
A community group in St. Cloud has applied for a low-power FM radio license from the FCC that would allow them to broadcast news and music for Somali-Americans in and around St. Cloud. Read more →
Several downhill ski areas around Minnesota are open this weekend with limited runs. Good morning! It's waiting for you… pic.twitter.com/Hh59OJWb6r — Spirit Mountain (@spiritmtduluth) November 23, 2013 Cooler temperatures have given ski operators a chance to make snow and a number of areas are now open for business. “We’ve all been putting up with some Read more →
As craft competitors spring up, Summit Brewing tries to keep it cool
Detractors of Summit Brewing would like you to think that the operation is akin to an old man that wants Surly, Fulton, Indeed and all the other punks new to the Minnesota brewing scene out of their yard. A look at craft breweries in Minnesota MAP: Navigate Minnesota’s brewery boom A history of Minnesota breweries, Read more →
Buzzkill: A health-conscious craft beer drinker’s guide
But what is a health conscious craft beer drinker to do in this time of abundant delicious beer?
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Trial date set in battle to preserve historic Kasson school
The fight to save a historic public school building in Kasson, Minn. will go to trial on January 6, 2014 in Olmsted County District Court. Earlier this year, two residents filed a lawsuit against the city after officials revived plans to demolish the structure and build a new library. Both sides met last week but failed Read more →
Hipster hunting: Is the local food movement boosting deer hunter ranks?
Nearly a half million hunters took part in this year’s annual firearms deer hunting season in Minnesota. A growing interest in local and sustainable foods may be bringing more people into the sport. Read more →
Grand Marais couple completes epic wilderness journey
Grand Marais, Minn., couple paddled, dog sledded, and hiked 11,647 miles across North America. Read more →
Paris café culture with a Latin groove grows in Minnesota
The Latin influence is from Amelia’s life in Guatemala where she was raised. Read more →
Curlers’ path to 2014 Olympics goes through Fargo
Nine teams of curlers are in Fargo this week competing for spots on the 2014 Winter Olympic team. The winner of the four-team women’s competition will represent the United States at the Sochi Olympics in February. The men’s team that wins the U.S. trials will advance to another qualifying round next month in Germany. Because of Read more →