Saturday Jul 5
Great Lakes welcome rising water levels
Lake Superior may be the only spot in this waterlogged state where people are happy to see the water level rising.
Controversy over expert testimony, "victim grooming," in Scannell case
Duluth, MN NNCNOW.com) - A pre-trial hearing in the high profile sexual misconduct case against Cook County Attorney Tim Scannell has revealed that an expert may be called in to discuss the concept of "victim grooming."
Hedstrom Lumber celebrates centennial
The Hedstrom Lumber Co. of Grand Marais will celebrate its centennial with a series of events the first two weeks in July, culminating in an invitation-only celebration July 10. Andrew Hedstrom, supported by his wife, Alma Berglund Hedstrom, began sawing lumber on the banks of the Devil Track River in July 1914.
Wood Stork being seen near Blue Earth
Jim Williams has been watching birds and writing about their antics since before "Gilligan's Island" went into reruns.
Longest day varies across the state
Saturday will be the longest day of the year, but longer in some places of Minnesota than others.
Government Center artist found; in talks with T over what to do with her murals
An MBTA spokesman reports T staff today contacted artist Mary Beams, who painted a series of murals installed in the Government Center T stop in 1979, after somebody who heard about the search alerted the T that she now helps run a pie bakery and restaurant in Grand Marais, MN.