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Minneapolis Locks Reopening To Recreational Boats

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is reopening its three Minneapolis locks to recreational boats.

05/07/2013

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Rising River Closes Locks To Recreational Boaters

The rising Mississippi River has forced the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to close the three Twin Cities locks to recreational boats on Wednesday.

05/01/2013

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Best 2013 Museum Exhibitions To Look Forward To In Minnesota

Five new powerful and profound museum events coming to Minnesota in early 2013 are alive with energy and broad appeal.

12/24/2012

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Important Places To The People Who Built Minneapolis

Minnesota is a state full of history. The population of Minneapolis expanded rapidly with the help of some great founders.

08/13/2012

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3 Twin Cities Mississippi River Locks Closed

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is closing three locks in the Twin Cities to recreational boats Friday because of rising water on the Mississippi River.

06/22/2012

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Stone Arch Bridge Festival Preview

After a 17-year run under the name Stone Arch Festival of the Arts, the passing of founder Ira Heilicher led many to worry that one of the largest festivals in the Twin Cities would simply disappear. Thankfully, Matt Mithun (who also owns the Somerset Amphitheater) stepped up and took over the newly-renamed Stone Arch Bridge Festival, which runs from June 15-17.

06/11/2012

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Mpls. Locks, Dams To Reopen To Recreation Traffic

Recreational boaters can get back on the Mississippi River beginning at noon on Friday, as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is reopening the three Twin Cities locks after closing them on Memorial Day.

06/07/2012

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Officials Close Mississippi River Locks, Dams Due To High Water

The St. Paul district of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has closed three Twin Cities locks and dams on the Mississippi River to commercial traffic due to high water levels, officials said Wednesday.

05/30/2012

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