Here’s a look at the four most notable stories you need to know about for the morning of Thursday, March 5, 2015.
Winemaking has brought sweet success to one Minnesota family, but they’ve been stung many times in the process. WineHaven is an award-winning vineyard and winery, but its best-selling product doesn’t involve any grapes at all. It’s a wine made of honey.
Minnesota’s U.S. senators are welcoming a ruling from the International Trade Commission that they say will open the door for strong action against the dumping of South Korean steel on the American market.
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton is hailing the U.S. government’s decision to impose duties on imports of steel pipe from South Korea, India and seven other countries.
Brazil and South Korea are the latest countries where Minnesota officials are preparing to open trade offices. The state Department of Employment and Economic Development on Monday advertised for contractors to help it open the offices in both places.
A ceremonial first pitch that will make your head spin.
A St. Paul woman is traveling to the other side of the world, to share her passion for music, and find answers about her past. Mayda Miller is going on tour in South Korea and hopes to make a special connection while she’s there.
With Valentine’s Day coming up, it can be interesting to learn the different Valentine’s Day traditions that vary with each country. The day that honors love is celebrated in different ways around the globe.
Gov. Mark Dayton is scheduled to return to Minnesota this weekend after wrapping up a nine-day trade mission to South Korea.
Gov. Mark Dayton is off on a nine-day trade mission to South Korea that also includes several stops in Japan.
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton is planning to visit Japan in September, following in the flight path of his predecessors.