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Turning back the pages
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MN legislature talks Sunday liquor sales
Gas prices take big dip in Minnesota
Microsoft Dynamics Lunch ‘n Learn set
The Lodge receives Chairman’s Award
Good named partner at Pemberton Law
Billy Currington at Shooting Star this Friday
Egg decorating class Tuesday at NYM center
Long Lake Theater season starts June 10
Winners announced for 2015 student aviation art contest
DiBlasio at MSUM Friday
Question was a deal-breaker
Help for problem gamblers
Letter: Big Tobacco continues to target kids with cigars, smokeless tobacco
State taxes hit rich and poor alike
Guest editorial: Health bills make sense
Ed Schultz hopes venture on Wrong Lake is the right move
Governor’s budget would help maintain vitality of Minnesota state parks
Ruffed grouse — the drummer of the woods
Keep up on new, changing angling rules
Spring fire season could start early
Murder mystery at the Holmes
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March 8, 2015
Finding your roots
One family story that’s fun for Virginia Weston to tell is that of her “great-something uncle.” In 1895, he died in a bagnio, or “house of ill repute,” she said. His body was sent to the School of Mines in South Dakota to determine that he had been poisoned by a madam...
March 8, 2015 - 5:55am
June 6, 2014
Moose moms abandoning research calves
DULUTH — Minnesota moose researchers the past two springs have tried to capture and place radio collars on newborn calves, only to have many of the moose mothers abandon their young. The problem surfaced in 2013, during the first year of a major scientific study to find out why...
outdoors / DNR
June 6, 2014 - 8:38am
May 28, 2014
DNR can require, and withdraw, Roger’s permit to collar bears near Ely
ST. PAUL -- The state’s chief administrative law judge has ruled in favor of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources in the agency’s long-running dispute with Ely bear researcher Lynn Rogers. In a 69-page opinion filed Tuesday, Judge Tammy Pust found that the DNR does...
outdoors / DNR
May 28, 2014 - 9:30am
July 23, 2013
Bear researcher stripped of permit allowed to appeal
ST. PAUL -- Famed Minnesota bear researcher Lynn Rogers remains under orders to remove radio collars from bears he’s studying by the end of the month, but he will be allowed to appeal the state order. Rogers met Monday with Gov. Mark Dayton and Department of Natural Resources...
outdoors / DNR
July 23, 2013 - 8:24am
January 27, 2009
Stratospheric warming may mean mid-February cold snap
Researchers working in the Soudan Mine near Tower, Minn., have discovered a strong correlation between cosmic rays and temperatures in the stratosphere.
January 27, 2009 - 12:00am
September 21, 2008
Research preceded tight Senate race
The books are dog-eared, marked up and full of paper tabs holding certain pages. The Al Franken best-sellers sitting on a shelf in a Minnesota Republican Party office were key materials GOP staffers turned to as they started compiling information about the comedian-turned-Senate-candidate. While...
September 21, 2008 - 12:00am
September 5, 2008
Dairy research and promotion council seeks candidates
The Minnesota Dairy Research and Promotion Council is seeking candidates to run for board positions in 11 districts throughout the state. Candidates will represent dairy farmers in their district and make decisions regarding the expenditure of dairy check-off funds. Candidates should...
September 5, 2008 - 12:00am
August 26, 2008
Research bear recovers after collision with Toyota
A 250-pound black bear has surprised all observers by recovering from injuries suffered in a collision with a Toyota Camry that damaged the car so badly it was totaled. The bear was part of the ongoing research of Ely bear expert Lynn Rogers and carried a radio transmitting collar. After...
August 26, 2008 - 12:00am