Apr 22, 2013
The Brainerd Daily Dispatch
Prolonged winter is digging into springtime activities
It's supposed to be "April showers bring May flowers." This year, the winter that never ends is digging into the activities normally associated with spring and summer.
South news briefs: Dakota County wells tested for high nitrate levels
The Minnesota Department of Agriculture and Dakota County are trying to learn more about nitrates in private drinking water wells in an effort to protect families from too much of the contaminant.
St. Cloud Times
Music in the air - spring to be welcomed with end-of-year concerts
As the St. Cloud area continues to await real signs of spring, a flurry of April and early May events aim to draw out the masses for some musical fun.
Jacobsen-Theel, 103, remembered as Hasting's historian
Hazel Jacobsen-Theel could reel off the names and family history of early Hastings settlers and the dates that homes and buildings were built, even who by whom.
Wolf Hunting Not Allowed on Three Minnesota Reservations
Two Northeastern tribes in Minnesota have decided to not allow wolf hunting on their reservations when the season opens on November 3rd in Minnesota.