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DULUTH, Minn. - A repeat of student fan behavior that included bigoted and offensive chants during a University of Minnesota Duluth men's hockey game will result in removal from the game and possible revocation of season tickets, UMD officials say. A group of fans in the UMD student section at the Oct.
The remaining partners in a South Dakota coal-fired power plant that was to provide electricity to Upper Midwestern states announced Monday they were killing the project. Big Stone II participants were Central Minnesota Municipal Power Agency, Heartland Consumers Power District, Missouri River Energy Services and Montana-Dakota Utilities Co. Otter Tail Power Co., coordinator of the project, dropped out this summer. Environmentalists who fought the plant were happy with Monday's announcement. "This represents the end of our four-year battle to defeat the plant we proved was unneeded, enviro
RED WING, Minn. -- Eagles, hawks, water fowl and other creatures are on their way. "This is the time. They are coming south," said Alison Springer. And the National Eagle Center in Wabasha is ready for them. A migration celebration lifts off this weekend at the center, which is situated on the Mississippi River, and continues through Nov. 22. This area sees the largest population of bald eagles in the lower 48 states. "It's not just a single weekend," added Springer, who is the new marketing manager for the eagle center.
Minnesota's first-ever copper mine came a step closer to reality Wednesday after the state's Department of Natural Resources and U.S.
The landmark Two Harbors Honking Tree that was cut down by vandals in April will be cut again, but this time by a chainsaw artist who will turn it into a lighthouse that will stand 10 feet or even 20 feet high. Those plans, unveiled by Mayor Randy Bolen at a Two Harbors Trees and Trails Commission meeting Thursday, should lay to rest any fears of what might have happened to it. The carved lighthouse would stand on Seventh Avenue in Two Harbors, across the street from the Dairy Queen.
Lawmakers from Minnesota and Wisconsin asked the states' governors Thursday to "immediately resume negotiations" on a potentially doomed income tax reciprocity agreement. In a joint letter to Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty and Wisconsin Gov.
Ever since her twin great-grandchildren were born prematurely, Marjorie Sordahl has spent nearly every day doing something to help other preemies. Using donated yarn, Sordahl crochets soft stocking caps. Some are so tiny they would barely cover a walnut. The hats are given to premature babies born at St. Cloud Hospital, where her great-grandchildren were born 16 years ago. "The twins were just so little," she said.
The cost of the global war on terrorism has hit home hard. Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Aaron James Taylor, 27, who graduated from Greenway High School in Coleraine, and Spc. George W.
WOODBURY, Minn. - Legislators from Minnesota-Wisconsin border communities said thousands of workers will suffer if the states cannot restore an income tax filing agreement. A group of lawmakers who discussed Monday a tax reciprocity agreement set to end this year said they will draft a letter to Govs. Tim Pawlenty of Minnesota and Jim Doyle of Wisconsin urging continued talks ahead of a Nov.
I was born in 1974, so many of my formative years were spent in the 1980s. It was a confusing time. Women wore their hair high enough to take down passing aircraft, and it was considered acceptable -- sexy even -- for certain men to wear make-up and dress in stretchy, brightly-colored pants. I can't say I understood much of it. But maybe that's just because I didn't participate. While many of my peers got excited when future VH1 dating-show star Brett Michaels asked them to talk dirty to him, I was listening to "Weird" Al Yankovoic singing parody songs about ice cream and fat people.