In Dayton's Projects Bill, Tiny Hallock Scores Big HelpA city in the northernmost reaches of Minnesota with fewer than 1,000 people is getting outsized attention in Gov. Mark Dayton's construction projects bill. In the measure Dayton outlined Tuesday, tiny Hallock is in line for state borrowing of about $1 million for three projects. The city would get help fixing a deteriorated sewer system, building a new fire hall and replacing the city pool.
Good Question: How Did Minnesota Become The State Of Hockey?Hockey Day Minnesota is this Saturday. High school, college and pro teams will play outside throughout the day on a specially-made rink. It's a celebration of the state's official sport that an estimated 100,000 Minnesotans play.
Wildfire Evacuees Being Allowed To Return To KarlstadEvacuees have returned to their homes in a small northwestern Minnesota town after fire crews contained a rapidly-spreading wildfire fueled by brisk winds.
4 Arrested From 3 States In S.D. Drug BustPolice in the South Dakota city of Watertown say four people from three states face charges after a big drug bust.
Ground Broken For $168 Million Canola PlantGround has been broken for a $168 million canola plant in northwestern Minnesota that's expected to generate up to 250 construction jobs through 2012.