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According to Minnesota Public Radio News , a bill before the House Civil Law Committee on Tuesday would allow the department to save blood samples and test results indefinitely.
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Wilmington Mutual Insurance board members and staff include, seated, Harold Meyer, president; Kari Alstad, secretary of the board, office manager, and agent; Krista Klug, office assistant and agent; Steve Klug, vice president; Lawrence Fruechte, treasurer.
River Region Cooperative was inducted into the Minnesota Grain and Feed Association Century Club at ceremonies held at its recent 107th annual convention in St. Cloud.
In plans announced this month, Xcel Energy will seek proposals to add 10 times more solar to its grid by 2017, and to double that amount of solar energy by 2020 .
Although its technology was cleared by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, a Shoreview company has had a tough time getting insurance companies to sign off on it.
The frigid weather this winter contributed to at least 26 deaths across Minnnesota.
But almost 110 years after the Statehouse opened, a massive renovation project has provoked a mild but deeply felt debate about the artwork, with some lawmakers hoping to update a calcified collection and others committed to leaving it unchanged.
Don't let them succeed. The current system works very well and ensures that states like Minnesota, Iowa and Wisconsin matter.
It's an old adage that seeing is believing. When it comes to "Ghost the Musical," the idea is to keep audiences from believing what they're seeing.
Central Minnesota's German heritage is just as thick as some of the accents that remain in the families that settled here decades ago.
In 1960, Rosalie Wahl, a mother of four in her mid-30s, had an epiphany. Along with several other women, she had presented a proposal to the Washington County Board in Minnesota to use some of its budget surplus to establish branch libraries in rural areas.
For more than a year, a pipeline designed to bring fresh, potable water from a Missouri River aquifer in South Dakota to communities in southwestern Minnesota has sat abruptly ended at the edge of a farm field 425 feet into the state, awaiting more promised federal funding.
Sundays, like so many things, aren't what they used to be. For the puritanical New Englanders who settled Minnesota in the 1840s and 1850s, Sunday was a day of worship and socially enforced inactivity during which even newspaper reading was actively discouraged.
Have you opened that ominous folder marked TAXES? If you're feeling penny-pinchy as April 15 approaches, here are some worthy books by Minnesota authors just published in paperback.
My colleague Brian Peterson has been photographing Minnesota since he was 18. Growing up in Duluth, he never doubted that his career would develop and stay right here.
Minnesota lawmakers are getting nowhere over how to resolve constitutional questions about the state's sex offender treatment program, but the same can't be said about the program's costs.
Jim Northrup, who has harvested wild rice on Perch Lake on the Fond du Lac reservation for over half a century, said the grain called "manomin" in Ojibwe is a gift from the Creator that led his people to first settle here.