John Egnell knows he can’t beat winter, so he joins it. Friday morning, he took care of his own driveway, and then tackled two other driveways for neighbors in Brooklyn Park. He has a snow blower, so he was more than happy to help. “My hands are a little sore just from using a snow blower,” Egnell said. “I can’t imagine shoveling it all.”
A hardware store in the Twin Cities metro is taking a gamble on Minnesota’s unpredictable winter weather.
A 44-year-old old Eagan man is accused of stealing at least 10 snow blowers from an Eagan neighborhood, possessing drugs and a weapon, according to charges filed in Dakota County District Court on Tuesday.
Snow blower repair shops are getting a “flurry” of business, thanks to all the snow.
When a Minnesota fall is filled with 60 degrees and sun, the last thing on most people’s minds is shovels and salt.