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'Most Realistic' Teddy Bear to support bear research in Ely
A handmade teddy bear is attracting some big bucks for bear research at the Hope Education Center in Ely, MN.
State Auditor Otto: I'm Pro-Taxpayer
The state auditor has been accused of being pro-mining and anti-mining in the past.
It's November 21st, 2013 And You're in a Rad Garage Band - The Electras
Yup, I'm FINALLY talkin' 'bout the Electras , yet another garage rock 101/entry level kinda band and one which everyone should know.
Adventurer recounts walk, swim across canoe country
The idea occurred to Minnesota canoe outfitter Jason Zabokrtsky last spring as he stood before a wall of canoe-country maps.
4 Minn. Family Members Now Convicted In Sex Trafficking Case
Four family members have now been convicted for participating in a sex trafficking ring that last about two years, extended to multiple Minnesota communities and victimized many vulnerable women.
Copper nickel mining debate divides Range
A major proposed mining project on Minnesota's Iron Range has nothing to do with iron ore, but could still hold the key to the region's economic future or lead to its environmental destruction, depending on who you ask.
Give to the Max Day celebrates record philanthropy, investigates glitches
Despite Thursday's technical glitches, the fifth annual Give to the Max Day broke its record for online philanthropy in Minnesota.
The Brainerd Daily Dispatch
Church news-Nov. 15
A bake and craft sale will be from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Nov. 23 at Faith Lutheran Church, 430 12th Street NE, Staples.
Give to the Max Day
Minnesota is roughly halfway through Give to the Max Day, and nearly 25,000 donors already have given more than $7.6 million to nonprofit organizations across the state.
Wolf Hunt Opponents Protest in Ely
The gathering was organized by Howling for Wolves to protest the second annual Minnesota wolf hunting and trapping season, which opened Saturday.