The Janesville Gazette
James Westness, Dakota, MN
James LumirWestness, 74, of Dakota, Minnesota, died peacefully on Friday, September 12, 2014 at the Golden Living Center in La Crescent, MN surrounded by his family. Jim was born, the youngest of 14 children, on February 20, 1940 in in La Crosse, WI to Sedor and Margaret Westness.
Fri Sep 12, 2014
The First Perspective-Aboriginal
White Bear First Nations Pow Wow: honouring the past, looking to the future
The Bear Claw Casino & Hotel's Annual Celebration at White Bear First Nations on Sept. 6 and 7 was a visual spectacle full of colour, pageantry and sound that honoured First Nations culture, tradition and spirituality: commemorating the past, celebrating the present and providing a positive future focus for First Nations people in Saskatchewan and throughout North America.
Mon Sep 08, 2014
Evening markets: frost retreat, dollar gains dent ag prices
A retreat in talk of US Midwest frost, coupled with an advance in the dollar , combined to deal a double whammy to the tentative recovery in grain futures. Corn for December lost early gains to close down 21.2% at $3.48 1 4 a bushel in Chicago, narrowly above a contract closing low.
Morning markets: US frost fears keep grains revival alive
Grains began this week where they ended the last, supported by concerns over US frost, with cracks in the Ukraine ceasefire adding support too. It is not as if the forecast for freeze in parts of the northern Midwest is much worse than Friday's.
Thu Sep 04, 2014
First U.S. group signs on to protect Lake Winnipeg watershed
The Red River Basin Commission has joined the growing list of signatories to the Lake Friendly Accord and signifies the first cross-border support for the accord, Conservation and Water Stewardship Minister Gord Mackintosh announced here Thursday. "Manitoba is pleased to have more partners join the effort to protect water quality across the Lake Winnipeg watershed including in the Red River," Mackintosh said.
WNFL-AM Green Bay
Jeffrey Lepsch seeking new trial for murders of La...
A Minnesota man could find out Thursday afternoon whether he'll get a new trial for the murders of a La Crosse camera shop owner and his son. 41-year-old Jeffrey Lepsch of Dakota Minnesota has a 2 p.m. court hearing on his request for a second trial.
Wed Sep 03, 2014
Oppidan moving corporate HQ out of Minnetonka
Oppidan will start construction this week on the Mason Motors Inc. site at Water and George streets in downtown Excelsior near Lake Minnetonka.
Sun Aug 31, 2014
New Jersey Herald
The nation's weather
A cold front will extend from the Great Basin to the northern Plains on Sunday, while a separate cold front will stretch from the upper Mississippi Valley to the central Great Lakes.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Thursday's forecast: Heavy rain, storms in Plains, Midwest
Both East and West Coasts should see mostly clear skies Thursday while thunderstorms rumble across parts of the central U.S. Central U.S.: A soggy storm will bring drenching rain and thunderstorms to parts of the High Plains and upper Midwest.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Minnesota 'Buy the Farm' ruling puts utility on hook
A small organic dairy in southern Minnesota has prevailed in forcing a buyout by a utility that's building high-voltage power lines along the property.
North Dakota, Minnesota marry power services
An electricity provider to North Dakota and Minnesota said it completed construction on a 345-kilovolt transmission line, one of the largest in the region.