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Nestled along the Mississippi River between new condos and waterside restaurants is an old building where some of nature’s mysteries are being unlocked.
Did Minnesota Democratic U.S. Sen. Al Franken vote for higher taxes “more than 40 times”, as his opponent claims?
You might see malts elsewhere on the fairgrounds, but if you want the best, you’ve gotta go to the source–the Dairy Building.
Monday marked the fifth day of the Great Minnesota Get-Together. Monday was also State Patrol Day and the patrol had a number of special exhibits for people to explore.
In light of the Boston Red Sox signing Cuban outfielder Rusney Castillo to a seven-year, $72.5 million deal, let’s take a look at other MLB players who defected from Cuba.
As Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton makes the case for a second term, a major theme he’s pressed is that the state economy has outperformed most of the Upper Midwest on his watch. How voters view the economy will go a long way in determining how Dayton, a Democrat, fares in November. Republicans concede things have turned around but they say the recovery has been far from robust. There’s no shortage of ways to measure the economy, and each side will spend the next 10 weeks debating whether the glass is half-full or half-empty.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has confirmed the presence of an invasive aquatic species in another metro lake. Staff from the Minnehaha Creek Watershed District discovered eight zebra mussels on Christmas Lake in Shorewood, which is just south of Lake Minnetonka.
Monday Blues? Check out Dave Lee’s Podcast Page to warm you up! Click the above link to access today’s show highlights.
Surrounded by 320,000 acres of the Superior National Forest, with dozens of lakes and rivers, the Iron Range is a special place to enjoy nature’s kaleidoscope of colors. With backdrops like the Laurentian Divide fall-color-seekers […]
One of the best ways to see the Iron Range is to hop on a bike and pedal the scenic bike trails that crisscross Minnesota’s north woods. Multiple trail options give everyone a chance to […]
Mining has been taking place in northern Minnesota for over 100 years, but what visitors often find surprising about the Iron Range is the extent of mine reclamation that’s taken place. It’s not a wasteland. […]
There’s no denying Minnesotans’ love of toys. From boats and snowmobiles to ATVs, motorcycles and pedal bikes, residents of this state know their gear. On Minnesota’s Iron Range the opportunities to make use of all […]
There’s arguably no better place in Minnesota – maybe the Midwest – to experience the best and most varied golf than up on the Iron Range. This is especially true in fall, when the colors […]
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